Kenya Safari Packages

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Amboseli Tsavo East Tsavo West Safari From Mombasa Four Days Safari

Elephants grazing in Amboseli

PRICES IN UNITED STATES DOLLAR – USD: Price based on a minimum 2 persons sharing the safari vehicle

2020 – 2021 SAFARI SEASONPer Person SharingSingle Room Supplement
PEAK SEASON:
23 Dec to 02 January
01 Feb to 28 February
01 July to 31 October
2275N/A
   
HIGH SEASON:
01 Nov to 22 December
03 Jan to 31 January
01 March to 09 April
01 June to 30 June
2175N/A
   
LOW SEASON:
10 April to 31 May
1799N/A

(Prices subject to change without notice please inquire here to get the current accurate price).Price based on a minimum of 2 persons sharing the safari vehicle

Day 1: MOMBASA – TSAVO

Pick up in the early morning. Your driver/guide will drive you through the North Great Road to Amboseli National Park. At an altitude of about 1200m – 1400m and beautifully situated beneath the foot of Africa’s highest mountain Mt. Kilimanjaro (5895m), the park is well renowned for its huge herds of elephants and various types of other Savannah wildlife such as Giraffes, Bushbuck’s, Kudu, Warthog’s, Zebra’s and over 425 species of birds recorded here. The snowcapped peak of Kilimanjaro rising above white clouds dominates every aspect of Amboseli and forms a backdrop to an impressive display of wildlife attracted to this location by swamps and springs fed by underground rivers from Kilimanjaro’s melting snow. With an airstrip at Empusel Gate, the park is also home to the Masai people, those tall, brave, and proud nomads who live in close harmony with the environment and the wildlife that surrounds them. Amboseli was the location around which such famous writers like Sir Ernest Hemingway and Robert Ruark tailored their stories of big game hunting in the wilds of Africa

Enjoy a game (Wildlife) drive en-route, as we arrive in time for your lunch at the OL-TUKAI LODGE, situated deep in the heart of the world-famous Amboseli National Park. The lodge is camouflaged in a forest of fever trees, yellow barked acacia trees, palms and well-designed cottage-style accommodations, which spread out on either side of the main lodge. Each room offers a breathtaking view of the magnificent Mt. Kilimanjaro and the surrounding wetlands. Ol-Tukai lodge blends perfectly well into the African savannah and it will bring out your natural instincts. You can go for a dive in the Acacia tree shaded swimming pool, or for those of you reading enthusiasts, you can read the day away in the well-stocked library with a relaxing view of Mt. Kilimanjaro. After your afternoon game drive you can spend some time in the open-air bar, which is open until the last guest retires, so if you’re the “night owl type” this is the perfect opportunity for you to stay up all night Dinner & overnight at OL-TUKAI LODGE (LD).

twin room at oltukai lodge
twin room at oltukai lodge

Day 2: AMBOSELI

A dawn game drive will be the perfect time for photographing the humbling and magnificent Mt. Kilimanjaro the highest peak in Africa. We return to the lodge for breakfast and some R&R “rest and relaxation”, sunbathing, swimming or for those of you reading enthusiasts, you can read the day away in the well-stocked library with a relaxing view of Mt. Kilimanjaro, before heading out for an afternoon game drive. All meals and overnight at OL-TUKAI LODGE (BLD)

Day 3: AMBOSELI – TSAVO 

After an early morning breakfast, we proceed to the legendary land of the “Man-Eaters” – Tsavo National Park through the statan lava plateau. The 21,000 sq.km park is one of the largest in the whole world. Due to its enormous size, this animal and plant heaven was divided into two parts Tsavo East and Tsavo West, for easy administration and management. This wilderness is home to over 1000 plant species, 400 bird species and more than 60 major mammal species such as lions, huge herds of buffalo, the solitary and ill-tempered Rhino and at least 7000 elephants. The park is the location of Africa’s most famous adventure story “Man eaters of Tsavo”, in which two lions where responsible for eating over 500 workers who were building the Uganda railway also known as the “Lunatic Line ” by its opponents in the British Parliament in 1898. The story was made famous in the 1996 movie “The Ghost and the Darkness.”

Enjoy your lunch at KILAGUNI SERENA LODGE. Conveniently located in the heart of the park, the lodge offers captivating views of the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro and the Chyulu Hills. Only 100m from the main building, is a water hole where animals come to quench their thirst. Each of the 56 rooms has a private shower, toilet, and a verandah (Patio) overlooking the waterhole and Africa’s highest mountain, snowcapped Mt. Kilimanjaro. With its own airstrip nearby, Kilaguni lodge is the place to be. Dinner & overnight at KILAGUNI SERENA LODGE (BLD)

Day 4: TSAVO – MOMBASA
After breakfast, you will drive through the North Great Road via VOI TOWN and later proceed to your Hotel for lunch.

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Price includes

-Airport transfers in Nairobi where applicable 
-All Park entrance fees
-Accommodation as in itinerary at full board
-Meals as in itinerary.
-Bottled water for use during the safari
-2 Game drives per day in an exclusive safari vehicle 

Not included:

– Expenses of personal nature such as visas, tips etc.

B denotes Breakfast, L denotes Lunch & D denotes Dinner