You will be picked up from your Watamu hotel early in the morning and driven west to Arabuko Sokoke Game Reserve, East Africa’s largest indigenous coastal forest. Go on a hiking trek through this woodland after checking in at the park gate. You’ll see many globally endangered bird species along the journey, including the Clarke’s weaver, which is only found in Kenya. Continue learning about the biodiversity of Arabuko Sokoke while admiring the stunning scenery the forest has to offer. The golden-rumped elephant shrew, bushy-tailed mongoose, and Ader duiker are just a few of the animals that call this park home. In addition, there are 260 different varieties of butterflies that reside here. Finally, before returning to your hotel in Watamu after a four-hour journey, complete your tour of the Arabuko Sokoke Game Reserve by exploring the numerous medicinal plants and their applications by the local community.