Where To Visit: National Parks in Kenya and Their Entrance Fees

    Kenya offers some of the top wildlife parks and reserves in the entire globe, not just in Africa.

    There are 28 National Reserves, 6 National Marine Reserves, 23 National Parks, 4 National Marine Parks, and 4 National Sanctuaries in the nation.

    The five most well-liked national parks and wilderness areas are listed below.

    Mombasa Marine National Park & Reserve

    The park is located in Mombasa County between the Mtwapa and Tudor Creeks, and its clear waters are perfect for diving, snorkeling, wind surfing, and water skiing.

    Crabs, starfish, stone fish, cucumbers, sea urchins, corals, turtles, sea grasses, and crab plovers are examples of marine species.

    The entrance price for Kenyans is Ksh200 for adults and Ksh125 for kids, The entrance cost for non-residents is Ksh1228 for kids and Ksh1843 for adults.

    Haler Park

    In Bamburi, Mombasa County, on the coast of Kenya, sits a nature park called Haler Park. There are several plant and animal species in the park.

    Giraffes, hippos, turtles, crocodiles, snakes, and a butterfly pavilion are a few of the park’s animal residents.

    Tsavo National Park

    Tsavo East and Tsavo West parks are separate sections of the Tsavo national park. The largest protected land area in Kenya consisting of the two parks.

    The largest herds of elephants and buffaloes in the country can be seen in Tsavo East.

    The Tsavo also has Mzima Springs and Lugard Falls as beautiful natural features.

    For adult residents, the entrance charge to the parks is Ksh1200; for minors, it is Ksh600; and for adult non-residents, it is Ksh9200.

    Masai Mara National Reserve

    One of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya is the Masai Mara National Reserve.

    One of the few game reserves in the world featuring large game, including the big cats, plains game, and an abundance of greenery, fauna, and birdlife is the vast park that shares Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park with Kenya.

    The Great Migration, which takes place from July to November and sees hundreds of thousands of wildebeest crossing the border from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara, is one of its biggest tourist attractions.

    Masai Mara charges an entry fee of Ksh4900 for kids under 12 and Ksh8600 for adults. All fees are calculated per 24-hour period.

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