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Arabuko Sokoke National Park
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The park is home to a number of endangered bird species, insects and mammals, this national park forms the largest existing segment of the tropical forests that once graced the East African coast.

About The Park

MAJOR ATTRACTIONS

Wildlife

Endangered Bird species
Butterflies

Scenery

Coastal forests

Other attractions

Bird watching
Hiking

HOW TO GET THERE


By Road

Travel a few kilometers inland between the towns of Kilifi & Malindi approaching either from Mombasa (about 75 km) or Malindi

By Air

Using Malindi or Mombasa Airport

WHERE TO STAY


Turtle Bay Beach Club                                                       Temple Point Village
Ocean Sports                                                                     Hemingways
Blue Bay Village                                                                  Barracuda Inn

Located
In Kilifi District of Coast province and stretching over 6 sq km

Weather Conditions

Are generally pleasant with annual rainfall ranging from 900 mm in the NW to 1100 mm in the east.

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