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Protected Area Mount Kenya National Park

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Located in Kenya :: Kenya
Category: Protected Areas :: Protected Area

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Mount Kenya National Park is located to the east of the Great Rift Valley, about 175km North-East of Nairobi. The biological system lies in Central and Eastern regions of Kenya. Mount Kenya is the second highest peak at 5,199m in Africa. Mt. Kenya is an imperative water tower in the nation. It gives water to around half of the nation's populace and produces 70% of Kenya's hydroelectric force. UNESCO recorded Mount Kenya as a World Heritage Site. Its portrayed as a standout amongst the most great scenes in Eastern Africa with its tough glacial mass clad summits, Afro-elevated moorlands and various backwoods that show exceptional natural techniques.

Contact
Address :  Kenya
Tel :  +254(0)20 600 0800
Tel2 :  +254(0)20 356 8763
Cell :  +254(0)72 369 0482
Email :  Click Here
Website :  Click Here
Cellphone Reception :  Nothing

Time Information
Best Time to Visit :  All year round

Rates and Payment
Fee/s :  Conservation fees are usually obtainable from the Kenya Wildlife Service website on their home page, under 'downloads'. (Updated Oct-2015).

Destination Information
Lodging Camping

Activities
Game Viewing
Game to View :  Elephants. Tree Hyrax. White Tailed Mongoose. Suni. Black Fronted Duiker. Mole Rat. Bushbucks. Water Buck. Elands
More Activities :  Mountain Climbing. Cave Exploration.

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