Kenya National Parks & Reserves; Kenya is home to a high number of great safari and wilderness destinations. The National Parks and Reserves exist with the aim of protecting Kenya’s flora, fauna, and ecosystems, as well as the diverse wildlife and birdlife.
Kenya’s national parks and game reserves are where people – Kenyans, visitors, and tourists go to experience the best Kenyan safaris. It is home to over 50 National Parks & Game Reserves, including six marine parks in the Indian Ocean.
With 23 National Parks, 4 National Marine Parks, 28 National Reserves, 6 National Marine Reserves, and 4 National Sanctuaries, there is a wealth of protected areas for travelers to explore in Kenya. For flora and fauna enthusiasts, we recommend safari tours to the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park, Tsavo National Park, Aberdare National Park, Mount Kenya National Park, and Samburu Game Reserve.
The sight of the annual migration of millions of wildebeests and zebras into the Masai Mara from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park can be a lifetime experience for you. On safari in Kenya, you will find spectacular mountain sceneries, fabulous beaches, coral reefs, magnificent lakes and deserts, and widespread savannah grassland.
Kenya also has remarkable multi-ethnic cities, known for their rich and charming culture and architecture. Below is a list of all the Game Parks in Kenya. If you’re interested in making one or more of these parks your Kenyan safari destination, you’ll want to review the information on how to get to and around the parks, what to see and do, accommodations and camping sites, suggestions on how and where to book your safari, admission fees and the best time to visit each of the national parks in Kenya.
Below you will find a list of more information on some of Kenya’s most popular and most unique parks and reserves. It includes an overview, photos, and interesting facts about each of the main Kenya national parks. Each destination has its own highlights and attractions.