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Chyulu Hills

Game drives in Chyulu Hills
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Nestled between Tsavo West and Amboseli National Parks, Chyulu Hills National Park’s rolling green volcanic hills and craters provide a stark contrast to many other landscapes across Kenya.

A vital water catchment area for the Mzima Springs and Tsavo and Galana Rivers, this undisturbed wilderness is home to a large selection of game, from large mammals including buffalo, elephants, leopards, giant forest hogs, giraffes and eland to a vast array of reptiles and insects.

Discovering this rugged park is an adventure lovers dream with game drives, hiking, guided bush walks, horse riding and mountain biking on offer as well as the opportunity to spend a night under the African stars separated from the wilderness by nothing more than a mosquito net.

Chyulu Hills map

● Stretching over 100kms, the Chyulu Hills form the youngest volcanic mountain range in Africa

● Breathtaking scenery of rolling hills and vast open plains

● Sleep under the African stars listening to the calls of the wild

● Game Drives

● Hiking

● Guided Bush Walks

● Horse Riding

● Mountain Biking

● Fly Camping

● Cultural Community Visits

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