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Amboseli National Park is in Kenya.


This national park covers 767 km2 and is managed by the Kenya Wildlife Service.

Flora and fauna

This park is known for its herds of elephants.


This region is known for dramatic changes in climate, with temperatures soaring to 40°C, then dropping to 5° during the night. It is also a drier region than many others in Kenya.

Fees and permits

Vehicle: less than 6 Seats Ksh 300 per day, 6-12 seats Ksh 800 per day, 13-24 seats Ksh 1500 per day, 25-44 seats Ksh 3000 per day, 45 seats or more Ksh 5000 per day

Non-resident adult/child: US$40/20

Resident: Ksh 1000/500

Citizen: Ksh 200/100

Get around


  • Views of Mt. Kilimanjaro


  • Night game viewing
  • Trout fishing in ice-cold rivers
  • Camping
  • Wildlife viewing
  • Hiking
  • Nature trails
  • Visiting a Masai village







  • Ol Tukai Lodge
  • Kibo Safari Camp
  • Amboseli Soap Lodge
  • Amboseli Serena Lodge


  • Tortillis Camp
  • Tawi Lodge
  • Ol Kanaju Camp



Stay safe

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