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Overview for Shimba Hills National Park & Mwaluganje Camps & Lodges

Shimba Hills National Reserve on the other hand holds one of the largest areas of coastal rain forest in East Africa after Arabuko Sokoke. The vegetation consists of forested scarp slopes and undulating grasslands interspersed with woodland clumps and ribbons of riverine forest in the steeply cut valleys. The Scenic landscape comprising of hills and valleys extending beyond the reserve boundaries are wonderful to behold. Main attractions are Sheldricks Falls and the rare Sable antelope. Hot sumptuous lunch will be served at the Coastal Tree Lodge.

Sable Fields Shimba Hills Kenya

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Sabie Field is one of the properties owned by Field Outdoor Enterprises Ltd.


Shimba Hills Sable Bandas Mombasa Kenya

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Sable Bandas

Location: 35km north-west of Mombasa, inland from the coastline. Charmingly located in a cool and shaded forest clearing, set high on a bluff with magnificent views over both the rainforest and the distant coastline.


Shimba Rainforest Lodge Shimba Hills National Park Kenya

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Shimba Hills Rain Forest Lodge is set deep in the heart of an ancient tropical rain forest of Shimba Hills National Park and is cleverly constructed in indigenous timber blending perfectly with beautiful forest vegetation of Shimba Hills Park.

Shimba Hills National Reserve is a mere 45 minutes from the Indian Ocean coastal town of Mombasa (30 minutes from the South coast resorts of Diani) and covers 192 sq. km of rolling hills and rainforest which have been reserved for Kenya's last breeding herds of the Sable Antelope.

Elephant, Buffalo, Civet, Serval and Genet Cat share this scenic home, and can be sighted most evenings at Shimba's floodlit waterhole.


Travelers Mwaluganje Elephant Camp Mwaluganje Hills Kenya

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Travelers Mwaluganje Camp is set in the heart of the Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary, in the Mwaluganje Hills and a 45 km drive from Mombasa, Kenya's city seaport and Coast capital, the camp is set along the shoulder of a low hill facing a traditional elephant trail, allowing guests to watch the elephants from the comfort of their well-appointed comfortable tents. The tents are twenty, simple, twin-room structures with mosquito nets and are self contained. There are often no mosquitoes though.

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