"Nakupenda Kenya" Safari
Short Description and Price
Starting our journey at the foot of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park, we head east to famous Tsavo West – home to the notorious “Man-Eaters” – and then on to Tsavo East, famous for its fancy “Red Elephants. On a journey through the Africa of your dreams, we encounter a myriad of natural wonders. Hilly bushlands, softly rolling grass and wide savanna – Africa’s landscapes are as diverse as is its wildlife. Only one question remains to be asked – are you ready for adventure?
Day 1: Nairobi – Amboseli National Park
Our driver will comfortably pick you up from your hotel or the Nairobi Airport at 7:00am. We then together proceed to Amboseli National Park via Maasai land. On a clear day we marvel at majestic Mount Kilimanjaro as we approach Amboseli. We arrive at our lodge in perfect time for lunch, find a bit of time to relax and dip into the inviting swimming pool, and then set out for a spectacular game drive. Amboseli is best known for its great herds of Elephants – you’ll often find plenty of them standing knee-deep in the water, spraying water, eating and bathing in the swamps to cool off. Predators stalk the herds of grazing animals, recreating the age-old drama of life and death under the African sun, in a setting so lushly beautiful.
Cheetahs, Buffaloes, Giraffes, different types of Gazelle and rich plain’s game are but a few examples of the stunning wildlife found here. As the sun goes down on Amboseli National Park, we return to our accommodation for dinner.
Overnight at the Sentrim Amboseli Lodge or Kibo Safari Camp
Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner
Day 2: Amboseli National Park – Tsavo West National Park
On our second day of safari adventures, we greet the new day with a spectacular morning game drive right at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. Later, we enjoy a delicious breakfast, before departing to Tsavo West National Park. On our way to Mzima Springs, where Hippos and Crocodiles can be watched from the safety of an underwater hide, we pass the impressive Shetani Lava Flow (“Shetani” means “devil” in Swahili). When the lava erupted some few hundred years ago, the locals thought that the devil himself was emerging from the earth. After returning from our adventure, we check in at our lodge and comfortably take lunch. We have time to relax until 4pm, then head off for a visit to the Park’s Rhino Sanctuary. We spot Elephants, Giraffes, an abundance of bird species and – of course – the endangered Black Rhinos. All against the backdrop of Tsavo West’s beautiful hilly landscape.
Overnight at the Rhino Valley Lodge, Ngulia Safari Lodge or Severin Safari Camp
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 3: Tsavo West National Park – Tsavo East National Park
We start our third day of safari adventure with an early morning game drive in Tsavo West National Park, then continue our adventures in direction of Tsavo East National Park. While Tsavo West is hilly and densely vegetated, Tsavo East is mostly savannah and open plains, making game spotting very easy.
We arrive at our camp in good time for lunch, then start out for more adventures in an afternoon game drive. Tsavo East is known for excellent game viewing which includes Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs, Zebras, Giraffes, Antelopes, Kudus, Oryx, Klipspringers, Impalas, Stripped Hyenas, Ostriches, Gazelles, Buffaloes, Tsavo’s famous “Red Elephants” and many more. We can also marvel at a variety of migratory and native birds. These birds are present between late October and early January, and come from as far as Eastern- and Western Europe. Excited from our sightings and the day’s impressions, we return to our camp for a delicious dinner and a comfortable night.
Overnight at the Sentrim Tsavo Tarhi Camp
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Day 4: Tsavo East National Park – Mombasa/Diani
On our fourth day of safari adventures, we wake up early for a magnificent game drive before breakfast. We check out of our accommodation, then be on our way with a game drive en-route to Voi Town for lunch. Later we depart for Mombasa/Diani, where we safely arrive in the early evening at your respective hotel. Your safari ends here, but you won’t go empty-handed. Instead, you return home with a big smile right across your face and filled with the strong spirit of wild African adventure!
Meal Plan: Breakfast and Lunch
- Drive in a Private Safari Van with English speaking tour driver/guide
- All park entry fees
- Accommodation and meals as mentioned in program
- Government taxes
- Mineral water on the van
- Tips and gratuities
- Drinks and beverages and any other item of personal nature
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