Elephant in Amboseli National park

Day 1: Nairobi – Amboseli National Park

You’re in a real safari treat when you visit Amboseli. It’s one of Kenya’s most beautiful parks, thanks to the fact that Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak, dominates most views here. Amboseli is also famous for its large population of elephants with big tusks, and you have an excellent chance of seeing lions, cheetahs , hyenas, zebras, buffaloes, giraffes, wildebeest and many gazelles while you’re here.

Evening game drive at Amboseli National Park is  one of the highlights of any safari. This is when temperatures cool, the light becomes softer and the wildlife begins to get active. Not only will you be out when the light is best for taking photos, but its also one of the best times of the day for seeing the animals.

Meet like-minded travelers and enjoy a drink around the campfire at Zebra Plains Amboseli Camp, which is just outside the national park. Among the highlights here are the stunning views of Mt Kilimanjaro from many places around camp, including from the large and lovely safari tents. Catch a cooling breeze in the restaurant and bar.

Day 2: Amboseli National Park

Spend more time getting to know the magnificent Amboseli National Park.  Enjoy an early morning game drive at Amboseli National Park. Imagine being out in the soft, early morning light, wrapped in a blanket, just as the animals emerge from their night’s rest or from the shadows of their nighttime adventures. The world feels fresh and new on an early morning game drive, the sun has yet to  beat down upon the earth and it may end up being your favorite time to be out on safari.

Stay again and enjoy  the views and facilities at Zebra Plains Amboseli Camp.

Day 3: Amboseli National Park – Tsavo East National Park

There’s a good chance you’ll see male lions without manes and elephants that have a strange red color(from taking a bath in the park’s red dust) here in Tsavo East. Out on thee dry plains in the east of the park, cheetahs are often seen hunting. You can also look for Somali Ostrich , gerenuk(the antelope that wants to be a giraffe) and the hard-to-spot hirola antelope.

You will spend the night at Voi safari Lodge. The Lodge climbs up a steep hillside, and from many places on the property you look down over a waterhole that’s popular with elephants and also out across the park to the far horizon; you’ll often see other animals out on the plains.

Day 4: Tsavo East National Park

Spend more time exploring Tsavo East National Park and really getting to know this marvelous park. Nearly 500 bird species have been recorded at Tsavo East.

 Spend more time taking in the view at Voi Safari Loge. To get a sense of just how big elephants really are, head down to the concealed hide by the waterhole. There’s a swimming pool, good rooms, a bar and restaurant as well.

Day 5: Tsavo East National Park – Nairobi

Nairobi is your unforgettable getaway to so many Kenyan safaris. Apart from its very own national Park, it promises world-class wildlife-rescue centers and museums, as well as markets, shops, bars, and fine restaurants.

This is when your safari will come to an end. We hope that you’ve had the most wonderful time, that you have seen all the animals you dreamed of seeing and that you’ll return home with beautiful memories.


•Transport in a comfortable pop up roof vehicle
•4 Nights Accommodation.
•All Government taxes and levies
•Meals on full Board Basis
•Game drives and professional Tour Guide services
•Bottled water a day while on safari.


•Park entry fees

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