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About The Aberdare National Park, KENYA

The Karuru Falls in Aberdare National Park (photo credit KWS)

The national park has a diverse landscape with mountains, forests, moorlands and deep valleys intersected by steams, rivers and waterfalls. Aberdare’s beauty is known to attract mountain scenery photographers.

Animals easily observed in the park include the African Elephant, leopard, spotted hyena, olive baboon, black and white colobus monkey, sykes monkey, cape buffalo, warthog, common zebra (North Aberdare), bushbuck, reedbuck.  Rare sightings include those of Giant Forest hog, bongo, golden cat, serval cat, African wild cat, African civet cat, blue duiker. There are 290 species of birds in the park and many kinds of fishes in the rivers of the park, too.

The Black Rhino

The Black Rhino

The Park is particularly known to contain the largest population of the black rhino, a species that is classified as critically endangered.  The black rhinoceros had been pushed to the brink of extinction by illegal poaching for their horn.

Visitors can indulge in outdoor activities such as taking a picnic, going fishing and camping inside the park.

Deaf Kenya Tours

Deaf Kenya Tours

D-Travel is booking SAFARI TOURS with Deaf Kenya Tours this summer 2013.  The Safari package includes a game drive and an overnight stay in the Aberdare National Park. This could be your  opportunity to experience a SAFARI VACATION with sightings of the famous wildebeest migration.

See flyer on your right.  VP at 585-300-0434 or e-mail us at info@d-travel.co for the full itinerary or more information.