Amboseli National Park in Kenya

To the south of the capital of Kenya, Nairobi, 137 kilometers away, is located the Amboseli National Park , where the highest peak of the African continent is located, the Kilimanjaro with its 5,895 meters high that in a majestic way acts of presence on the southern horizon. Founded in 1977, the Amboseli National Park covers an area of ​​more than 390 square kilometers. Among the animals that live in it, there is the most important elephant population in Africa.

Nature is shown in this place in its wildest expression and surrounded by scenarios impossible to see in any other part of Africa, and it is the mixture of landscapes formed by plains, oases, swamps and lakes, with Kilimanjaro and its ever more scarce perpetual snowy peaks as a spectacular backdrop, make it a place almost chosen by the gods.

The Amboseli National Park is divided into four sectors , in which you can contemplate the variety and hodgepodge of the melting pot of landscapes that nature has shaped in this corner of Africa. In the northern, central and eastern sectors, the savannah as the setting, and the elephants, zebras, rhinos and termite mounds are its main protagonists. In the western sector, the plains and plains coexist with ostriches.

Animals and also people live in the Amboseli National Park, and it is in this territory that the Maasai live, a mythical warrior people who continue to survive on their lands dedicating themselves to herding. This nomadic people has had the enormous virtue of living in harmony and peace with the nature that surrounds them without degrading it in any way.