Arabuko Sokoke Forest is a staggering 420 squared kilometers coastal forest and a very well-known hotspot at the coast. It is the largest and most intact coastal forest in all of East Africa, Arabuko-Sokoke has five of the seven species of the East African coastal forests Endemic Bird Area and twenty-three of the twenty-nine species of the East African coastal biome species that occur in Kenya! Join us for this thrilling birdwatching safari at Arabuko Sokoke Forest!

Highlight birds

Sokoke Scops Owl, Southern Banded Snake-Eagle, Lizard Buzzard, Red-tailed Ant-Thrush, Sokoke Pipit, Four-coloured Bush-Shrike, Yellow-bellied Greenbul, Eastern Nicator, Tiny Greenbul, Fischer’s Greenbul, Zanzibar Greenbul, Crested Guineafowl, East Coast Akalat, Red-capped Robin-Chat, Fischer’s Turaco, Trumpeter Hornbill, Blue-mantled Crested Flycatcher, Thick-billed Cuckoo, African Wood Owl, Green Barbet, Fischer’s Turaco, Forest Batis, Pale Batis, Eastern Olive Sunbird, Plain-backed Sunbird and Amani Sunbird.


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Check out the top 10 best birds to spot in Kenya, written by Mustafa Adamji, our expert birdwatcher, HERE.

Kenya GUIDED birdwatching tours, birding trips, bird watching safari from MOMBASA, KWALE, DIANI BEACH, UKUNDA, WATAMU, MALINDI KILIFI. full day, one day, half day birding trip to ARABUKO SOKOKE. pick up from DIANI BEACH, MOMBASA, WATAMU, MALINDI.

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