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You can not miss this!
During the safari in Shimba Hills National Park there are some highlights that you should not miss! Think of the Sheldrick waterfall. This is a very majestic waterfall of 25 meters high. During the rainy season you will see one waterfall, but in the warmer months the waterfall splits into 2 streams. The climate is warm and humid, but not as hot as in the other parks. A lovely refreshing dip is therefore highly recommended!
The Mwele Mdogo Forest is a densely forested rainforest. This rainforest served as a military camp and lookout during the British colonization of Kenya. Now you can see many beautiful species of butterflies and birds here.
Mwanluganje Forest is also a rainforest where an elephant sanctuary is located. The rainforest has an area of ??32m2. The elephant sanctuary was specially set up in 1933 to combat deforestation, protect native trees, and ensure that human-animal conflicts were minimized. Besides elephants you can also see many birds and different tree species here.

Enjoy the spectacular scenery and many animals. In the Shimba Hills National Park there are several viewpoints that offer a beautiful view of the diversity of the environment. The Giriama Viewpoint is on the path to Sheldrick Falls and offers views of the Indian Ocean and Mombasa skyline. Would you like to see leopards? Then the Buffalo Ridge viewpoint is very suitable. This viewpoint is known for the great chance to see the animals. In addition to leopards, in the Shimba Hills National Park you can also see different species of monkeys, lions, (water) buffalo, masai giraffes, ostriches, elephants, the rare Sable antelope, more than 100 species of native birds, bats and butterflies.


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