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Aberdare National park
Amboseli national park
Hell’s GateNational Park
Lake Nakuru National Park
Laikipia Conservancy
Lake Baringo
Lake Bogoria
Lake Magadi
Lake Elementeita
Lake Turkana
Lake Naivasha
Masai Mara
Meru National park
Mount Longonot
Mount Elgon
Mwea National Reserve
Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park
Samburu National Reserve
Shimba Hills National Reserve
Saiwa Swamp National Park
Taita and Chyulu Hills
Tsavo East National park
Tsavo West National park
The Great Rift valley
 
 
Aberdare National park

The Aberdare National Park was created in 1950 to protect the forested slopes and moors of the Aberdare Mountains which is about 160 k.m.in length with a range of almost 13,000 ft.

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Great rift valley

The Great Rift Valley, mostly known in Kenya as the East African Rift Valley, was formed between 2 and 7 million years ago.
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Lake Naivasha and Hell’s Gate National Park
Lake Naivasha lies approximately 80km west of Nairobi on the floor of the Rift Valley. The highest and purest of the Great Rift Valley lakes.
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Amboseli National Park
The essence of Amboseli is Mt. Kilimanjaro at 5,896 meters. This highest free-standing mountain in the world dominates everything in sight. 
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Laikipia Conservancy
This spectacular region is considered the gateway to Kenya’s wild Northern frontier country. Wild and sparsely populated, much of Laikipia is covered by large privately owned ranches.
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Meru National park
Meru is an explorer’s paradise. The least visited of Kenya’s larger parks and reserves, this remote region is a lush green Eden. From the parks southern boundary, seemingly endless series of streams branch out from the Tana River bringing life to the land
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Masai mara.
Amboseli National park
Samburu National reserve.
Lake Nakuru
Tsavo National Park