Saiwa Swamp National Park:
The three-square-kilometre park is 385 kilometres from Nairobi and 27 kilometres from Kitale town in Trans-Nzoia District, Rift Valley Province.
The park has forests and swamp.
The swamp is dominated by tall bull-rushes and sedges and is bordered by open grasslands and riverine forests.
The park was established to protect the endangered Sitatunga, a semi-aquatic antelope.
Other wildlife species commonly found in the swamp include the Otter, Genet cat, Serval cat, mongoose, bushbuck and monkeys. It’s rich in birdlife, harbouring about 372 species.
22 kilometres from Kitale on the Kitale-Kapenguria tarmac road. At Kipsaina junction, a 5-kilometre murram road leads to the only park entrance, Sinyerere gate.
Served by Kitale airstrip, 22 kilometres from the park.Park gates:
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