Kenya is a gem tucked away in East Africa. It is a land blessed with some of the world’s most magnificent natural treasures. Consider breathtaking mountain ranges, incredible rift valleys, hot springs, wildlife parks, and even beaches! The country’s various landscapes are unlike anything else on the planet, and it’s a location where visitors may find rest, thrill, and, of course, animals!
 You’re undoubtedly wondering what you’ll see, and while we can’t promise you’ll see every single species on the planet, we can assure you that it will get pretty close in Kenya. We’ll answer any of your Kenya wildlife queries and even point you in the direction of where these magnificent creatures may be found in Kenya.

Kenya Wildlife: The Mammals

African Elephants

Elephants are the world’s largest mammal and popular tourist attraction. They’re gregarious animals that live in herds and can be observed munching on tree leaves or bathing in the water.

Tsavo East National Park, Amboseli National Park, and Samburu National Reserve are where you’ll locate them.

The Plains Zebra, the uncommon Grevy’s Zebra, and the Mountain Zebra are three species of zebras that belong to the horse family. What’s even better is that the rare Grevy’s Zebra can only be found in a few areas in Northern Kenya.
Their unique markings and colours are a pleasure to behold and, once again, make for fantastic photographs!

If you wish to see Grevy’s Zebra, go to Masai Mara National Reserve, Tsavo National Park, or Lewa Conservancy.

 The Rhino is a must-see because it is one of the most endangered creatures on African soil. Their numbers have plummeted as a result of poaching, and it is estimated that there are only about 30 000 Rhinos left on the earth, most of which live in South Africa. Seeing a rhino in the wild is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that you should not miss out on!


Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Lake Nakuru National Park are where you’ll find them.

The giraffe, the world’s tallest mammal, must be seen before leaving. Another tourist favorite, these lovely ladies are always so calm and composed and are thankfully simple to detect due to their lofty size and hilariously protruding necks.

Meru National Park is where you’ll find them.

The wildebeest migrate in huge number across Kenya and Tanzania, as part of the natural display known as the great animal migration. Wildebeest and Zebra coexist, and both are on lions’ and other predators’ menus, making the migration the ideal site to see nature in its purest and most ‘cruel’ form.

Masai Mara National Reserve and Amboseli National Park are where you’ll locate them.

African Buffalo
 African Buffaloes dwell in large herds, sometimes numbering in the thousands. Seeing them run through Africa’s sandy plains is a sight to behold, and it can quickly turn frightening, but oh my, will that make for a great photo for sure!

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