The Arabuko-Sokoke Forest is a tropical forest located on the Kenyan coast. Covering an area of approximately 420 square kilometres, it is the largest remaining tract of coastal dry forest in East Africa and is recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. This forest is renowned for its exceptional biodiversity, with a rich variety of flora and fauna, including rare and endemic species. It is home to over 260 bird species, including the endangered Sokoke Scops Owl and the Amani Sunbird. Additionally, the forest harbours several mammal species, such as the Golden-rumped Elephant Shrew and the Ader’s Duiker. It is particularly known for its unique Afzelia africana trees and is a popular destination for eco-tourism and nature enthusiasts, offering opportunities for birdwatching, guided forest walks, butterfly watching, and photography. There are also several trails and viewpoints within the forest that provide visitors with a chance to explore its natural beauty.