5 Kenyan parks to find the endangered rhino

by Tammy Levent

If you still want to see the endangered rhino in the wild, Kenya has five parks you can still go and see them. Man and poaching for the horn of the rhino are the main cause for them being on the endangered species list. Although many see Kenya as a destination spot for safari’s many do not understand that they are also a big help in trying to save the species.

Key Takeaways:

  • Rhino sanctuaries have been created within parks to ensure that the dying species is resuscitated.
  • The Lake Nakuru National Park is one of the premium parks in Kenya and historically known for the beauty of its pink fauna: the flamingos. It is also a white rhino sanctuary.
  • The Nairobi National Park is the only national park within a city in the world. With four of “The Big Five” – lion, buffalo, leopard and rhino – it is a premium safari destination.

“It is unlikely for an adventure-seeking traveler to visit Kenya and not visit Masai Mara.”


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