Tour Popular Wildlife Destinations in Kenya with our Wildlife Imprinted Pencils – MOMO Pencils
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Tour Popular Wildlife Destinations in Kenya with our Wildlife Imprinted Pencils

Tour Popular Wildlife Destinations in Kenya with our Wildlife Imprinted Pencils

MOMO Wildlife Imprinted Pencils are designed to help establish and reinforce Kenya’s identity, build its image and preserve cultural and historical significance

Kenya is one of the world’s most famous travel destinations and is renowned for its remarkable diversity of landscapes, animals and cultures. From its vast plains to snowcapped mountain summits, Kenya provides a striking backdrop for Africa’s most classic safari adventures. As a visitor, you can witness the Great Wildebeest Migration in the Maasai Mara. Hear elephants trumpet in Amboseli. Scout for rhinoceros making a comeback at Lewa. At night, tucked beneath canvas under a canopy of stars, listen to a lion roar across the savanna. It’s all here in Kenya, Africa’s original safari destination. Kenya’s geographic diversity means that it supports an extraordinary range of wildlife especially in its national parks and reserves.

Our Wildlife Heritage Pencils with animal prints represent our wildlife. Imprinting wild animal print on our pencils is a way for us to share with the rest of the world the heritage of our country. This is our pride as these animals are the essence of the beauty of Kenya. Through our Wildlife Heritage Pencils, we seek to share with the world what we experience in our own country every day.

Our Wildlife Heritage Pencils are a tool of knowledge about the different kinds of wildlife that exists in Kenya. They also showcase the power of innovation and creativity. The ability to embed wildlife print on our pencils is testimony of this and is meant to bring excitement into the writing world. No pencil has ventured this far in terms of diversity and these pencils are now pace setters. They support the tourism industry in show casing Kenya’s heritage and pride.

With this pencil in your hand, you can literally take a tour of Kenya’s national parks and reserves which are world top destinations with just one look.  Some of these include:

  1. The Maasai Mara

Located in Maasai Land, The Mara, as it is famously known, is undoubtedly the most visited and most popular park in Kenya. It has an abundance of wildlife in high concentrations of predators including the lion, cheetah and leopard and populations of rhino, elephant, buffalo and more. This is the reserve that has it all. It is also host to one of the planet’s greatest wildlife spectacles: The Great Migration, where approximately 2 million animals dramatically migrate across the Mara River to greener pastures of the Serengeti.

  1. The Amboseli

This is the place to see large herds of elephants set against the backdrop of a snow-capped Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Set in the south of Kenya, The Amboseli is the land of elephants and these shares the savannah with other wildlife including lions, hyena, wildebeest and zebra and hundreds of bird species. The park houses a fascinatingly large variety of habitats, from desert to marshes and swamps, to savannah and grassland. Amboseli is roughly a 4-hour drive or a 40-min flight from Nairobi.

  1. Lake Nakuru

Flamingos in Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru provides a home for lions, leopards and a vast diversity of other wildlife. Surrounded by marshes and grasslands, acacia woodlands and hills covered with Euphorbia forest, Lake Nakuru is a picturesque reserve that is home to black and white rhino, antelopes, buffalo and giraffe, including the endangered Rothschild’s, Colobus monkeys and an abundance of birdlife.

The stunning scenery created by the lake, the undulating hills and the yellow fever acacia woodlands creates a spectacular environment to view wildlife in their natural habitats. Situated about 2 hours from Nairobi, its close proximity to the city makes Lake Nakuru one of the most accessible wildlife reserves in the country and a great park to visit.

  1. Tsavo West

This is one of Kenya’s largest parks and its vast expanse is home to plenty of wildlife, however due to its size it means you’ll need to cover more ground to see wildlife. It is home to elephants dusted in red-ochra soil, and a large diversity of wildlife including lions, leopards, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes, crocodiles, hippo, antelopes, buffalo and the fringe-eared Oryx. The dry and flat plains are dotted with acacia scrub, and the flowing Galana River that runs through the park, nourishes the land and gives life to the lush riverine forest along its banks.

  1. Samburu

Samburu is a semi-arid savannah that is graced with the stunning Ewaso Nyiro River that runs through its core. Along the banks of the river are doum palms and acacia woodlands that attract a wealth of wildlife for water and shade, as well as being home to large populations of crocodile often seen lying on the sandbanks. Giant acacias, figs and duom palms create shade for the wildlife that comes to the water, including lion, elephant and hippo. It is also home to large herds of elephant, lion, cheetah and leopard, a wealth of dry-country adapted species that can only be found in the northern parts of the country also provides fine game viewing, with commonly seen populations of Grevy’s Zebra, gerenuk, beisa Oryx, Somali ostrich and the reticulated giraffe. An abundance of diverse birdlife can be found throughout the park including barbets, hornbills, weavers and large raptors.

  1. Nairobi National Park

Located 7km south of the Nairobi CBD, Nairobi National Park is home to a wide range of wildlife. The 117 square-km natural safari park boasts the Three Big Cats (lion, cheetah, and leopard), black rhinoceros, Africa buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, hartebeest, baboon, impala, eland, and hippopotamus. This top safari destination also boasts a variety of bird species, including ostrich and vulture. It is the most desired tourist attraction in the capital, and includes the Ivory Burning Site Monument, an animal orphanage and the Nairobi Safari Walk.

There is a lot you can learn about Kenya through our wildlife Imprinted Pencils

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