Mount Kilimanjaro

Kimana Sanctuary

A little piece of Eden

Despite its diminutive size, Kimana is a little oasis in the Amboseli eco-system. Leased from the Maasai community, the sanctuary is a key link between Amboseli and Tsavo National Parks.

Swathes of classic savannah, spring-fed swamps and salt flats are interpersed with groves of flat-topped Acacia Tortilis trees and lofty yellow fever trees. This rich diversity attracts a huge variety of wildlife species including plains game and predators.

Kimana is probably best known as a safe haven for some of Africa's largest "Tuskers" .