Ruma National Park is a small, rarely visited national park on the west of Kenya, close to Homa Bay and the shores of Lake Victoria. At only 120 in size it is a protected park for both Black and White Rhino and is also home to the Roan Antelope and tiny Oribi. It is also a haven for a huge amount of bird life.

It has a well maintained KWS campsite with stunning views for sunset and the scenery all around this park is beautiful, comprising of the Kanyamwa Escarpment to the South-East, and the Volcanic plugs of the Ruri Hills to the North.

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Last time we camped and did game drives here we had the whole park to ourselves on both days!

It’s perfect for laid back travellers looking for a peaceful park to watch the wildlife and bird life.

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If you are interested to make Ruma National Park a part of your safari just give us a shout!

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