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Amboseli National Park in the south of Kenya is renowned for its magnificent population of elephant s with some of the very few remaining big tuskers worldwide, as well as wonderful views of Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Amboseli elephants are being studies since more than 50 years by Cynthia Moss and her colleagues of the Amboseli Elephant Research Project (AERP) and all the elephants are individually known to them by name. Amboseli is not only the home of more than 1800 elephants, but also of many other species such as buffalo, zebra, gazelle, giraffe, wildebeest, lion, cheetah, hyena and waterbuck. Also less common animals like caracal, serval cat, kudu and eland can be found within the park boundaries. 

Elephant Garden Camp is located close to Amboseli National Park, just a few minutes away from the park entrance (Kimana Gate), within our own Elephant Garden Conservancy.

Elephants in Elephant Garden Conservancy
Elephant Garden Camp location in Amboselo

Elephant Garden Conservancy is in a prime area for wildlife, protecting an important area used by some of Amboseli's big tuskers. We also enjoy a good number of giraffes and it is one of the best areas to see the rare gerenuk in Amboseli.

The Conservancy lands are being leased from the local community since 2019, providing them with an important income from wildlife conservation.

Gerenuk in Elephant Garden Conservancy
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