4 Days Tsavo East West Amboseli
Pick up from your hotel 6:00 am . Drive along Mombasa – Nairobi highway. You will have a stop over on the way for a short call. You will enter Tsavo East national park through Bachuma gate. Tsavo is the biggest national park in Kenya known for its vast herds of red elephants. Other animals found in the park are: lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, antelopes. It also has physical features as well as rich bird life. You will have game drive until time for lunch at your safari lodge. After lunch, you will relax in the lodge until 4.00 pm, time for evening game drive. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight at 6.00 pm.
At 6.30 am, you will have early breakfast. You will check out of the lodge and have game drive heading to Tsavo west national park. Here you will visit the famous Mzima springs. You will go down the tunnel to see hippos, crocodiles and different species of fish inside the clear waters. Arrival at the lodge will be at lunch time. After lunch, relax in the lodge. At 4.00 pm, the evening game drive starts. You will visit the rhino sanctuary. At 6.00 pm, return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
At 6.30 am, you will wake up for breakfast. Check out of the lodge and proceed for game drive through chyulu hills heading to Amboseli national park. On arrival in Amboseli, you will have game drive enroute to the lodge for check in and lunch. After lunch, relax in the lodge until 4.00 pm, where you will proceed for evening game drive, and visit the Maasai villages. At 6.00 pm, return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Early morning breakfast then proceed for morning game drive. This is the best time to view the Mt. Kilimanjaro. Return to the lodge for full breakfast. Check out of the lodge and have the final game drive as you leave the park. You will arrive in Voi town for the last lunch. After lunch, the journey takes you back to Mombasa arriving in the evening, full of great impressions.
The price includes:
Full board accommodation.
drinks and cigarettes