Arabuko Sokoke lies a few kilometers inland, between the towns of Kilifi and Malindi, 110 km north of Mombasa.
It is the largest existing fragment of the tropical forests that covered much of the East African coast and is an important habitat for endemic/endangered birds, insects and mammal species.
Coastal strip, Kilifi County, covering 6 km².
Average annual rainfall ranges from 900mm in the dry and scrubby northwest to 1100mm in the east.
HOW TO GET THERE
Access through Mombasa, Tarmac road -75 km.
Access through Malindi.
Malindi and Mombasa Airports.
Endemic Bird species, butterflies, Remnant coastal forest.
Bird Watching, walking Trails.
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