Amboseli national park the magical land of Kenya lies in the North West direction of Mount Kilimanjaro on the border of Kenya and Tanzania. Amboseli park was officially declared a national park in 1974 and it stretches over an area of 392 square kilometers. It was in 1991 that the park was declared UNESCO world heritage site so as to protect, preserve and conserve the different unique species at the park. The park however has a history dating back to the times before the coming of the British colonial rulers in Kenya.
The park is endorsed by a wide range of tourist attractions and this has made the park one of the most popular national parks not only in Kenya but entire Africa. Visiting Kenya for wildlife game minus reaching Amboseli is more of incomplete. It hosts the largest population of African Elephants in entire Kenya.
Due to a wide range of inhabitants that cover the park, it has opened a wide gate for the different animal species at the park. The scenic views of the mountain Kilimanjaro is one of the added advantages the park has capitalized for its popularity. Its such a small protected area covering only 392 square kilometers this makes it easily exploited within one-day safari even.