Arabuko Sokoke National Park is a protected area in Kenya
that was established in 1986. It covers an area of 420 square kilometers and is located on the coast of the Indian Ocean, about 110 km north of Mombasa. The park is named after the Arabuko Sokoke forest, which is the largest remaining section of dry coastal forest in East Africa.
The park is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including rare and endangered species such as the golden-rumped elephant shrew, the Sokoke scops owl, and the Ader's duiker. It is also a bird-watcher's paradise, with over 260 species of birds recorded in the park.
Visitors to Arabuko Sokoke National Park can enjoy a range of activities, including guided nature walks, game drives, bird watching, and cultural tours of the nearby Giriama villages. The park also has several picnic sites and campsites where visitors can spend the night.
However, the park faces several challenges, including deforestation, poaching, and encroachment by local communities. Conservation efforts are ongoing, and the park is protected by the Kenya
Wildlife Service and several non-governmental organizations.
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