Discover some of Kenya’s incredible game during this 5 days/4 nights itinerary, which takes you to the wonders, mysteries, and excitement of the Tsavo West, Amboseli National park & Tsavo East. All these destinations are well-known for their abundance of wildlife. Lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, and the famous red elephants in Tsavo East. The views of Mount Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa are also a sight to behold. Here you will find opportunities to learn and grow together, creating magical memories that are bound to last a lifetime.
Key: HB-Half board meal plan, FB-Full board meal plan, BB-Bed and breakfast, TRSF-Transfer, HDS-Half Day sightseeing, FDS-Full Day Sightseeing.
Day 1: Nairobi – Amboseli
Depart Nairobi early morning by road through the panoramic Athi plains and into the bushes of Amboseli National Park, later arriving at your lodge in time for lunch. Later in the afternoon embark on a game drive in search of wild animals in their hideout! as a blazing sunset descends, return to your lodge for dinner and a good night’s rest.
Day 2: Full day Amboseli
After having morning breakfast, you will depart for a full-day game drive with picnic lunch boxes or enjoy morning and afternoon game drives in the Park. As you go in search of more great wildlife experiences, you might view a multitude of wildlife such as giraffe, spotted hyena, zebra, buffalo, blue wildebeest, cheetah, giraffe, hippopotamus, Thomson’s gazelle, impala, lion, and elephant herds moving through the acacia woodlands.
After an entire day spent out in the bush, return to the comfort of your lodge for Dinner and a good night’s rest.
Optional Activities: Cultural visits, guided walks (in certain locations), night safari (in certain locations), or bird watching safari.
Date 3: Amboseli – Tsavo West National Park
Early morning departure from Amboseli drives to Tsavo West for your game drive en-route to your Lodge/ camp whereby you will be checked in then proceed for lunch. This Park is famous for its dramatic scenery and its “red elephants”, which owe their colour to the dust prevalent in this area. Also present are lions and cheetahs, antelopes (oryx, kudus, Grant’s gazelles and Thomsons gazelles), Burch ell’s Zebras, Maasai giraffes, baboons and vervet monkeys. Other Parks Sceneries and Attraction include: Recent volcanoes, lava flows and caves with potential for geological and cave exploration, Mzima Springs & underwater hippo watching, Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, Lake Jipe, rhino, diverse bird and plant species. And if lucky – Wild dogs.
Day 4: Tsavo West National park – Tsavo East National park
On this day after breakfast, you will enjoy a game drive en-route in Tsavo West park as you head for Tsavo East National park. It is one of the world’s largest parks, it covers an area of 22000 km2, its dry plains and evocative rivers are home to majestic animals such as black rhinos, Cape buffaloes, and dust red elephants, leopards, hippos, Maasai lions, and Maasai giraffes. Tsavo East has an astounding number of bird species (500+). It includes many dry-country specials which are easy to spot, including the majestic Golden-breasted starling, golden pipit, vulturine guinea fowl, and Somali ostrich. Other Parks Sceneries and Attraction include Yatta plateau, Lugards Falls on the Galana river, Mudanda rock, Aruba Dam, and Galana river.
Day 5: Tsavo East National – Nairobi
This would be your last day in the park. After an early breakfast, you will enjoy an en-route game drive as you leave the park and make your way back to Nairobi arriving in the city in the mid/late afternoon.
Cost in us$ based on per person sharing while using a 4×4 WD safari Vehicle
Costs in Low Season
Costs in High Season
Costs in Peak Season
Costs in Low Season- 1st April – 15th June
Costs in High Season– 3rd Jan – 31st March
Costs in Peak Season- 16th June – 30th Sept