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Kora National Park
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Extending well over 1700 sq km, Kora National park was first gazetted as a reserve in 1973 then as a park in 1990. It is characterized by dense woodland, scrub vegetation, basement ridges and a number of seasonal rivers. The park is bordered by Mwitamisyi River to the east and Tana River to the west.

About The Park

MAJOR ATTRACTIONS

Wildlife

Game viewing
Birdlife

Scenery

Inselbergs ( Kora Rock, Mansumbi, Kumbulanwa among others)
Adamson’s Falls
Grand Falls
Kora Rapids
George Adamson’s Grave

Other attractions

Fishing (River Tana)
Rock Climbing

HOW TO GET THERE


By Road

Use the road from Thika to Mwingi then through Kyuso Village in the NE or access from Meru National Park via the bridge at Tana River

By Air

Use the airstrip located on the eastern side (the only other airstrip is used by the administration of the park)

Park Roads

Form a good network

Located
In Tana District of Coast province, 280 km NE of Nairobi

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