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The Kakamega Forest National Reserve is situated in the Lake Victoria basin, about 50km north of Kisumu city. Being the only remnant in Kenya of the unique Guineo-Congolian forest ecosystem, the park offers unique wildlife and scenic beauty. For bird and butterfly watchers, this is the place to visit.  The forest is home to over 400 species of butterflies, about 300 bird species and 27 species of snakes. The park also supports more than 350 species of trees and 7 primate species including the endangered DeBrazza monkey, black and white colobus monkey and vervet monkey. The Potto (the world's slowest mammal on earth), duikers and Dik diks are also found in Kakamega Forest National Reserve.
ACCESS
By Road: The reserve is 415km away from Nairobi via Nakuru and Kapsabet towns.
SIZE / LOCATION
44 Km2.
Western Province
CLIMATE
Temperature ranges from 20-30 c and rainfall from 200mm – 700 mm
Two rain seasons: Long rains – March & April & short rains – Nov/ December
MAJOR ATTRACTIONS
Birdwatching: Over 300 bird species,
Butterfly watching: over 400 species of butterflies
Massive Trees, Scenic Spots and Waterfalls: Over 350 species of trees, the forest holds mostly indigenous vegetation.
Snakes: 27 species of snakes, ,
Primates Watching: Home to Debrazza monkey and other primates.
WILDLIFE
Wildlife: Bush Pig, Duikers, Bushbuck, Clawless Otter, Mongoose, Giant Water Shrew, Squirrels, Tree Pangolin, Porcupine, Bats and Primates.
Birds: 330 species of which some are found nowhere else in the country. The common one being the Blue turaco.
ACTIVITY OPTIONS
Forest Walking
Camping
Hiking
Primate Watching
Bird and Butterfly Watching
Game watching
Self-Guided nature walks

        Why a Kenya and Tanzania Safari.
Maasai Mara and  Serengeti - See the Big Cats & The Great Animal Migration.
Mombasa, Diani and Zanzibar - Enjoy tropical white sand beaches, snorkeling, windsurfing, whale sharks & scuba diving.