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Chyulu Hills
National Park

Chyulu Hills is a mountain range in Makueni county located about 150 km south eastern of Kenya Rift, it covers a volcanic field in long northwest and southeast direction, that started about 1.4million years ago, these volcanoes are considred still alive since their last eruptions in 1856, and the highest peak is 2188 metres.

 

With the area of 741km (286 sqm) it has a number of animals incuding, Large mammals include buffalo, bushbucks, elands, elephants, leopards, giant forest hogs, bush pigs, reedbucks and giraffes and also various reptiles and insects. 

 

Other exciting moments like,Horse riding, camping, mountain climbing and bird watching can be enjoyed and nice adventure.

 

Chyulu National Park is part of Tsavo conservation area which covers Tsavo National Park, Amboseli ecosystem and The  Kibwezi Forest.

 

The National park is also the best to those who love caves.

 

The Leviathan cave about 11km long which is one of the longest lava tube in the World.

 

January to March and also from June to September it is best time to visit (Sunny periods).