Arabuko-Sokoke National Reserve is the largest remnant of a coastal forest in eastern Africa.
It’s made of three forest types: mixed forest, Brachystegia and Cynometra, each with rare species of birds, butterflies, amphibians and plants.
The Golden-rumped elephant-shrew and the Clarke's Weaver are endemic, while the Sokoke Scops Owl, Sokoke Pipit, Amani Sunbird and Spotted Ground Thrush are only found in the park and a few in Tanzania.
110 kilometres north of Mombasa, between the towns of Kilifi and Malindi
By Air: Malindi and Mombasa Airports
Average annual rainfall ranges from 900mm in the dry and scrubby northwest to 1100mm in the east.
• Bird Watching
• Butterfly watching
• Walking Trails
• Game viewing