Ruma National Park, located in western Kenya near Lake Victoria, is known for its unique landscapes and rare wildlife species. Covering an area of 120 square kilometers, the park is characterized by rolling savannah, woodlands, and scenic escarpments. It is the only protected area in Kenya where the endangered roan antelope can be found. Other notable species include the Jackson’s hartebeest, Rothschild’s giraffe, and a variety of predators such as lions and leopards. The park is also home to over 400 bird species, making it a bird watcher’s paradise.

Visitors to Ruma National Park can enjoy game drives, bird watching, and guided walks. The park’s remote location and lower visitor numbers provide a serene and intimate wildlife experience. The diverse habitats support a wide range of flora and fauna, offering excellent opportunities for photography and nature observation. Ruma National Park is often described as a hidden gem, providing a unique and off-the-beaten-path safari experience in Kenya.