South Kitui National Reserve

South Kitui National Reserve 1

South Kitui National Reserve is an area of thickets, grasslands and acacia savannah. It is well known for multiple species of notable animal that relocate between the Tsavo National Park and the South Kitui National reserve. These include the Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Giraffe and Lesser Kudu. A tourist in Kenya will not regret their visit by having to stop by and explore the wonderful flora and fauna present in the South Kitui National reserve. The reserve was first established in 1979 and forms one of Kenya’s reserves located in the southern part of Eastern province

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