Mount Elgon National Park is a protected area located in western Kenya, on the border with Uganda. It is named after its main feature, Mount Elgon, an extinct volcano that is the fourth highest mountain in East Africa. The park offers a variety of landscapes, including forests, caves, waterfalls, and hot springs. Visitors to the park can enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, and bird watching, with opportunities to see elephants, buffaloes, and over 300 species of birds. The park is also home to the Sipi falls, a series of three waterfalls that cascade down the mountain’s western flank, and is known for its scenic beauty.