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Masai Mara as part of the Serengeti ecosystem has the highest concentration of game in Africa where the greatest animal show on earth the great wildebeest migration takes place where the Maasai and their cattle live in harmony with wildlife.
Itinerary:
Day 1: Depart Nairobi Wilson airport in the morning by flight into the heart of Masai Mara National Reserve. On arrival at the airstrip, you are met and transferred to Mara Serena Lodge. Mara Serena Lodge built like a Masai village has a spectacular view of the wildlife around it, especially the famous annual wildebeest migration. After lunch go on a game drive in the rolling grassy hills until sunset in search of African wildlife. You will encounter elephants, lion, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, African birds, hippo, crocodile, vultures, African birds of prey, wildebeest, and Hyena. Dinner and overnight at Mara Serena Lodge.

Day 2: In morning game drive and the more adventures ones may want to go on a balloon safari. After lunch at the Mara Serena Lodge continue with your game drive until sunset. Dinner and overnight at Mara Serena Lodge.

Day 3: In the morning game drive and then transfer to the airstrip for flight back to Nairobi.
The package includes:
2 nights fullboard accommodation, 4 game drives, return airstrip transfers, return airfare, park entrance fee.
Price per person in a double room from USD 1195
Departure is daily from Nairobi-Wilson airport

 

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3 Days Kenya Safari - Amboseli National Par
Mt. Kilimanjaro the highest mountain of Africa is dominating Amboseli. Despite of its dusty appearance the park has an endless water supply from the ice cap. The heat creates mirages at the horizons, punctuated by real herds of Zebra and Gnus.
Itinerary:
Day 1: Depart Nairobi Wilson airport early morning by flight to Amboseli National Park. On arrival at the airstrip, you are met and transferred with game drive en route to Amboseli Serena Lodge. Set in the heart of Amboseli National Park, the lodge is almost camouflaged in the surrounding bushes as it is built to resemble a Masai manyatta of homestead. After lunch game drive until sunset in the expansive Amboseli plains, which are home to herds of elephants, which feed on the large acacia trees. Dinner and overnight at Amboseli Serena Lodge.

Day 2: Game drives in Amboseli National Park where nearly all the main species of African fauna live. Fullboard Amboseli Serena Lodge.

Day 3: After early breakfast transfer to the airstrip for the flight back to Nairobi.
The package includes:
2 nights fullboard accommodation, 4 game drives, return airstrip transfers, return airfare, Park entrance fee.
Price per person in a double room from USD 1150
Departure is daily from Nairobi-Wilson airportSafari High Lights of Kenya - From/to Nairobi
8 Days Kenya Safari - Samburu, Aberdare, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara

Semi desert area of Samburu, Aberdare Range, Rift Valley lakes of Lake Nakuru with flamingoes, hippos at Lake Naivasha, and Masai Mara, with the highest concentration of game in Africa.
Itinerary:
Day 1: Depart Nairobi early in the morning by road to Samburu National Reserve arriving at the Samburu Sopa Safari Lodge in time for lunch. After lunch, proceed for afternoon game drive until sunset in the reserve where the large stock of antelopes has attracted many lions and leopards. The Reticulated Giraffe and Grevy Zebra, rather rare in other parks, are quite common, as well as the long necked Gerenuk. Dinner and overnight at Samburu Sopa Lodge.

Day 2: Breakfast at the Lodge followed with game drive in search of wildlife and birds in wild beauty of Samburu land. After lunch game drive until sunset in Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba. Dinner and overnight at Samburu Sopa Lodge.

Day 3: After breakfast checkout and head to Aberdares National Park. On arrival, you will have lunch at Outspan hotel and later in the afternoon transfer to Treetops Lodge. Aberdares National Park has a diverse topography that includes icy rivers, spectacular waterfalls and rain forests. The flora and fauna is quite unique and is not found elsewhere in the country, expect on Mount Kenya. Leopard, elephant, serval, waterbuck, reedbuck, dikdik, rhino and the rare bongo can all be found here. You are sure to see elephants, buffalos and some other animals at the floodlit waterholes of Treetops Lodge. Dinner and Overnight at Treetops Lodge.

Day 4: After breakfast depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. Lake Nakuru is world famous for its stunning flocks of lesser flamingoes which turns its shores pink. Its birdlife is world renowned. On arrival in the park, have a game drive enroute to Lake Nakuru Lodge, which is situated in the southeast ecological niche of the Lake Nakuru National Park. The lodge blends well with its surrounding and the animals often browse peacefully close to the gardens. After lunch at the lodge proceed for the afternoon game drive around the lake until sunset. Dinner and overnight at Lake Nakuru Lodge.

Day 5: Have an early morning game drive in search of leopard and rhino returning to the lodge for breakfast. Check-out after breakfast and continue to Lake Naivasha Bird Sanctuary arriving at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge at midday for lunch. Lake Naivasha is one of the Great Rift Valley's jewels, reflecting the tranquil beauty of an African sky and the surrounding mountains is temporarily distorted as flocks of graceful flamingos and pink-backed pelicans settle on the water. Relax after lunch at the hotel and have chance to enjoy the hotel facilities and optional activities on offer. Dinner and overnight at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge.

Day 6: Depart after early breakfast and go to Masai Mara Game Reserve arriving at Mara Sopa lodge in time for lunch. Later proceed for the afternoon game drive until sunset in search of the Big Five. Dinner and overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge.

Day 7: Full day in the Mara with morning and afternoon game drives across the plains and close encounter with elephants, lion, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, African birds, hippo, crocodile, vultures, African birds of prey, wildebeest, hyena. Fullboard at Mara Sopa Lodge.

Day 8: Have an early morning game drive returning for breakfast at the lodge. After breakfast, check-out and depart by road back to Nairobi.
The package includes:
Fullboard accommodation and park entrance fees, Safari transport and game drives
Price per person in a double room from USD 2660
Price valid for a minimum of 2 persons
 Safari High Lights of Kenya - From/to Nairobi
Discover the wild North of Kenya the Land of Joy and George Adamson
Itinerary:
Samburu, Shaba and Meru: They are fascinating wildlife areas at the doorstep of the remote region of nomadic tribes of the Northern Frontier Province. Samburu is rugged and dry country, the Ewaso River and its tributaries display their green meanders of riverine forest. Meru is a savanna National Park, part of the domain made famous by the writings of Joy Adamson.

Samburu National Reserve
:Samburu National Reserve, is located north of Nairobi, and was established in the 1970's. Samburu Reserve is 40 square miles in size; temperature during the day is hot, but tends to cool during the night. Culturally, Northern Kenya has always had a strong influence of Somali, Oromo and Borana communities and tribes, who have lived as nomads in the area for many centuries. Once inside the reserve, there are two mountains visible, Koitogor and Ololokwe. Samburu National Reserve is very peaceful and attracts animals because of Uaso Nyiro River that runs through it and the mixture of acacia, riverine forest, thorn trees and grassland vegetation. The Uaso Nyiro flows from the Kenyan highlands and empties into the famous Lorian Swamp. The natural serenity that is evident here is due to its distance from industries and the inaccessibility of the reserve for many years. There is a wide variety of animal and bird life seen at Samburu National Reserve. Several species are considered unique to the region, including its unique dry-country animal life. All three big cats can be found here, as well as elephant, buffalo and hippo. The Grevy's Zebra, Beisa Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe, Somali Ostrich are unique to this reserve.

Shaba National Reserve
:Shaba is a semi desert game reserve with a rugged hilly terrain, with great rocky kopjes and lots of springs supporting the abundant wildlife. The landscape is similar to nearby Samburu with riverine forests, acacias and palms. Shaba National Reserve is enriched with extraordinary wildlife. The reserve consists of a low lying, semi arid plain on the southern bank of the Northern Ewaso Nyiro River. It lies 9 km east of Buffalo Springs National Reserve, from which it is separated by the main road from isiolo to Marsabit. Its Northern section includes a 34km stretch of the Ewaso Nyiro River. Game drives will incorporate varied wildlife including gravy zebra, the Somali ostrich, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe, lesser kudu, leopards, plenty of lion and herds of elephants. Shaba was made famous for its association with the world famous conservationists Joy and George Adamson and the film "Born Free".

Meru National Park
:Meru is a savanna National Park covering 870 square kilometers and located north east of Mt. Kenya, 35 kilometers east of Maua town in the north eastern lowlands below the Nyambeni hills. Meru is part of a complex of protected areas along the Tana River that includes the adjacent Bisanadi and Mwingi National Reserves (to the east and south respectively). The North Western sector is hilly, with rich volcanic soils. The land flattens towards the East, where grey alluvial volcanic soils appear. The area is crossed by numerous permanent streams. The Park is bounded by three large Rivers: the Tana to the South, the Ura to the South West and the Rojeweru to the East. A section of the park has been designated as a wilderness area in which there are no roads. This park is part of the domain made famous by the writings of Joy Adamson.

To see the Wild North of Kenya I want to introduce three fantastic, unique wilderness retreats in the area to you

Larsen's Camp ***** Samburu National Reserve

:Larsen's Camp is located in Kenya’s famous Samburu National Reserve and is named after Erik Ole Larsen, a legendary Dane credited with defining the luxury safari under canvas. The camp is bordered by the Uaso Nyiro River on one side and all tents are discreetly sited along the west bank of the Uaso Nyiro River with the result that the tents are bathed with light at sunrise. Each tent stands on a plinth of natural stone and all have en suite private bathrooms stocked with a range of Molton Brown toiletries, flushing toilets, constant hot water and 24 hour electricity (240 volts). Each tent features 1 king or 2 twin beds designed in chic safari style. Enjoy game drives by custom-built four-wheel drive vehicles with roof hatches designed for game viewing in comfort and safety. The driver / guides take pride in their intimate knowledge of the reserve, its flora and the wildlife that inhabits it. Food always seems to taste doubly delicious when consumed al fresco, never more so following an energetic walk to a private location on the river bank to await a full English breakfast prepared by our uniformed chefs.

Joy's Camp***** Shaba National Reserve

:Joy's Camp is built on the site of Joy Adamson’s tented home in Shaba National Reserve. An elegant oasis in the arid lands of Samburu. The camp overlooks a large natural spring where elephant and lion jostle for watering rights with herds of buffalo and the rare desert species of Beisa Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe and Grevy's Zebra. Each tent has its own private verandah, ideal for private game viewing as well as relaxing, reading and soaking up the truly wild environs offered by Shaba. The eastern corner of the Samburu eco-system, Shaba is a secluded idyll; an arid landscape dotted with lush springs and Rocky River gorges. Joy’s Camp is the perfect choice for discerning guests interested in a glimpse of Kenyan history, as well as those looking for an authentic wildlife experience combined with the comfort of a luxury-tented camp.

Elsa's Kopje Lodge***** Meru National Park

:Elsa's Kopje is a soft landing in the wild. Here you are greeted by a warm, gentle breeze, carrying the scent of the open plains and bush which surrounds you. This Lodge is almost invisible to the eye as you approach the hill. It consists of 9 open-plan 'designer' cottages that blend into the rocky crags and bush, built close to the site of George Adamson's original camp where George and Joy Adamson released Elsa the lioness into the wild, the story made famous in the film Born Free. The rooms are open fronted, enveloping you in the warm soft breezes and the incredible light reflecting off the plains that surround Mughwango Hill. Every cottage is coolly elegant with generous double or twin beds, romantically swathed in netting and modern en-suite bathrooms to luxuriate in: the baths or showers are built as features of the rocky hillside. Activity options include: a bush breakfast out on the plains, sundowners at the hippo pools amongst silhouetted doum palms, line fishing, exploring the park on foot. Back at Elsa's Kopje, enjoy sundowners at the local "Hardrock Cafe" a natural rock plateau behind the lodge. Swim in the horizon pool formed from a cleft in the rocks.

5days /4nights from Nairobi

Air Safari to Samburu National Reserve, Larsen's Camp
:Per person sharing a double room USD 2415
:Extra night USD 405
:The price includes return flights from Nairobi to Samburu, accommodation on full board basis, park entrance fees, and game drives.
:Prices valid from 1st December 2008 to 31st March 2009

Air Safari to Shaba National Reserve, Joy's Camp
:Per person sharing a double room USD 3065
:Extra night USD 565
:The price includes return flights from Nairobi to Shaba, accommodation on full board basis, park entrance fees, and game drives.
Air Safari to Meru National Park, Elsa's Kopje
:Per person sharing a double room USD 3236
:Extra night USD 460
:The price includes return flights from Nairobi to Meru, accommodation on full board basis, park entrance fees, and game drives.
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The Annual Migration Special Offer
Enjoy the Migration in the exclusive ,Saruni Lodge in Masai Mara
Itinerary:
:The Masai Mara National Reserve lies about 270 kilometers from Nairobi and is about 1510 square kilometers. Around the end of June, drawn by the sweet grass raised by the long rains of April and May, it is estimated that more than half a million wildebeest enter the Masai Mara National Reserve and are joined by another 100,000 from the Loita Hills east of the Masai Mara. A game drive in the midst of these great herds is an unimaginable experience. Whilst the eyes feast on the spectacle, the air carries the smells, the dust and the sounds of hundreds of thousands of animals. There is nowhere else on earth to compare with this wildlife marvel. A well worth it and recommended activity in the Masai Mara especially during the migration is the hot air balloon safari.

Saruni Lodge (FIVE STAR)
:Saruni is a luxury design lodge set in the remote valley north of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. Each of the six cottages has a large, private verandah overlooking the Mara Plains and a nearby waterhole. The atmosphere of the Camp is informal but elegant and activities include day and night game drives, guided bush walks, drawing safaris, bush meals, sundowners, bush skill courses, cultural visits and the Camp’s own private Spa treatment centre.

4 Nights / 5 Days Air Safari to Maasai Mara

Program:
Day 1: Depart Wilson Airport with a scheduled morning flight to Maasai Mara National Reserve, on arrival you are met and transferred to Saruni Lodge for Lunch. After lunch you will have afternoon game drives in Maasai Mara until sunset. Dinner and overnight at Saruni Lodge.

Day 2 to 4: On these days, commence your game drives after breakfast covering the migration routes and in search of a pride of lion, the rare cheetah and other animals that inhabit the Mara. All Meals and Overnights at Saruni Lodge.

Day 5: After breakfast, transfer to the airstrip for flight back to Nairobi
The package includes:
Return flights from Nairobi to Masai Mara, all park entrance fees, accommodation on all inclusive basis at Saruni Lodge, game drives with 4WD Vehicle in the Maasai Mara.

USD 2,740 per adult
Extra night USD 495

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Unknown Chyulu Hills National Park
4 Days / 3 Nights Air Safari to Chyulu Hills National Park
Itinerary:
:Chyulu Hills National Park is located next to Tsavo West National Park to the north-west. The Chyulu Hills are one of the world's newest mountain ranges; the most recent volcanic peak was formed only 500 years ago. A four-wheel drive track leads to Shaitani Peak from the Chyulu gate near Kilaguni Lodge and it is simple to walk to the caves on the side of the volcano. It is a breathtaking landscape of rampant ferocity and the views of Kilimanjaro are unbeatable. At the other end of Tsavo West, in the south-west corner, lies Lake Jipe. The hills hold no permanent surface water but rainfall percolating through the porus rock feeds many permanent fresh water sources in the surrounding plains, notably Mzima springs and the Tsavo and Galana rivers. Bisected by the border with Tanzania; it is a favorite haunt of bird watchers and boats are available for ardent ornithologists. In the lake area is a small herd of Grevy's zebra, translocated from northern Kenya in 1977.Animals commonly seen are buffalo, bushbuck, eland, elephant, African leopard, warthog, forest bush, reedbuck, Steinbok and many more.

Ol Donyo Wuas Lodge (Four star)
:Ol Donyo Wuas is situated on the slopes of the Chyulu Hills, with exclusive access to a quarter of a million acres of one of the few remaining wilderness areas of East Africa. The open plains rolling Chyulu Hills and snow caped peak of Kilimanjaro invoke images of Africa as it was in the earlier part of the last century; wildlife and Maasai herdsmen living as nature determined they should in this unspoilt corner of Kenya. Ol Donyo Wuas in Maasai means "The spotted Hills" and is the name given by the Maasai to the Chyulu Range which runs between Amboseli and Tsavo National Parks.
The package includes:
Return flights Nairobi to Chyulu Hills, full board accommodation, soft drinks, beer house wine, park entrance fees, game drives, airstrip transfers and laundry

Price per person sharing a double room USD 2,646.00
Extra night USD 750.00

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4 Days Kenya Safari - Tsavo West, Amboseli and Taita Hills
Tsavo West with diverse habitats, river forest, plains, lakes and grassland, Amboseli dominated by Mt. Kilimanjaro the highest mountain of Africa, and Salt Lick Lodge, built like a medieval fortress stilts to allow
Itinerary:
Day 1: In the morning you will be picked from your Beach Hotel and depart by road on safari to Tsavo West National Park arriving Kilaguni Serena Lodge in time for lunch. The Park offers tremendous views with diverse habitats, ranging from mountains, river forest, plains, lakes and wooded grassland. Its plains borders with Tanzania. Serena Kilaguni Lodge is situated in the centre of Tsavo West National Park with view to the Chyulu Hills and the snow caped Mt. Kilimanjaro. The main building provides a unique view to the water hole, which attracts zebra, buffalo, elephants, antelope, warthog, and many more. Each room has a view to the water hole or the Kilimanjaro. After lunch game drive until sunset. Dinner and overnight at Serena Kilaguni Lodge.

Day 2: Have an early morning game drive, the best time to see the rich birdlife of East Africa and wildlife returning to Kilaguni Serena Lodge for breakfast. Depart after breakfast over the Shetani Lava Flows to Amboseli National Park arriving in time for lunch at the Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge. Set in the heart of Amboseli National Park, the lodge is almost camouflaged in the surrounding bushes as it is built to resemble a Masai manyatta of homestead. After lunch game drive until sunset in the expansive Amboseli plains, which are home to herds of elephants that feed on the large acacia trees. Have a Barbecue Dinner set under a canopy of trees on the banks of Enkong Narok swamp with a spectacular view of game. Overnight at Amboseli Serena Lodge.

Day 3: Have an early morning game drive returning to the lodge for breakfast. Depart after breakfast to Taita Hills Game Sanctuary. Have lunch on arrival at Taita Hills Lodge. A After lunch, game drive in the sanctuary until sunset, and chances are good to see lions as well. Dinner and overnight at Salt Lick Lodge. Salt Lick Lodge is especially memorable for its imaginative structure. A complex of rondavels sits on stilts over a series of water holes. The two-storey towers, topped by peaked thatch roofs, are connected by open-air-bridges, creating an African fantasy of a medieval fortress. The lodge has been built with game viewing in mind - you can see animals in all directions because it offers spectacular open views.

Day 4: Have an early morning game drive returning to the lodge for breakfast. After breakfast, continue with the mid-morning game drive in the sanctuary with lunch at Taita Hills lodge. After lunch depart back to Mombasa arriving in the early evening. Transfer and drop off at your Beach Hotel.
The package includes:
Fullboard accommodation, park entrance fees, Safari transport and game drives.
Price per person in a double room from USD 1,255
Price valid for a minimum of 2 persons

Safari High Lights of Kenya - Zanzibar and Lamu
2 Days Kenya Tour - Magic Island of Lamu
Lamu Island a last survivor of a 1,000-year-old civilization based on Islamic religion that developed between the ninth and nineteenth centuries. The town today is a living monument of its past. Its Swahili culture is very old and of m
Itinerary:
Day 1: In the morning transfer from your Hotel in Mombasa or Nairobi to the airport for the flight to Lamu. Lamu’s appeal derives from the unique character of the people who live there. Although based on the Islamic religion, most customs derive solely from the Swahili culture, a people of mixed Bantu and Arab blood, who many centuries ago were prosperous and politically powerful. Outwardly little has changed in this strictly Islamic enclave, where the only motorcar belongs to the District Officer. The elegant centuries-old houses with their fountains in flower-filled courtyards reflect a heritage that had running water, plumbing and simple air-condition while Europe was still in dark ages. Upon arrival at Manda airstrip transfer by boat to New Lamu Palace Hotel where your lunch is served. In the afternoon and evening spend time to discover Lamu. Lamu Palace Hotel, resplendent in its traditional Arab architecture is overlooking the romantic Lamu sea front and Manda Beach. The hotel has 20 double rooms and 3 suites with hand-finished Lamu furniture. All rooms are self-contained and air-conditioned. Freshly caught fish and seafood dishes dominate the superb cuisine. The boat also takes the guests to the hotel's private Manda Island beach for snorkeling, swimming, and sunbathing. Excursions to the surrounding areas including Pate Island can be arranged at the reception.
Dinner and overnight at Lamu Palace Hotel.

Day 2: Enjoy the morning in Lamu. After lunch transfer to Manda Airstrip for return flight to Mombasa or Nairobi. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel.
The package includes:
1 Night fullboard accommodation, return airport / airstrip transfers, return airfare Departure are daily from Mombasa or Nairobi
Price per person in a double room from US$ 680 from Mombasa
US$ 52 single room supplement from Mombasa

Safari High Lights of Kenya - Tours from Nairobi
Half Day - Out Of Africa Tour

Short tour to the home of the pioneer coffee farmer, Karen Blixen - of "Out of Africa" fame now preserved as a museum with view to the Ngong Hills. Later visit the Giraffe Manor where you feed giraffes with your own hands and
Itinerary:
: Depart in the morning to the Karen Blixen Museum where you are shown around the house now converted to a museum, the beautiful grounds and the various Antiques.

:Located on the outskirts of Nairobi on Karen road, its history dates back to 1914, during the First World War with the arrival of Karen Blixen from Denmark. At the foot of Ngong Hills, Karen Blixen established herself as a farmer and after her departure in 1931 the suburbs retained the commemorative home of Karen.

:The Danish government donated the house and the surrounding land to Kenya after independence and it was restored by the Danish government and was used during the filming of "Out of Africa".

: The museum was opened to the public in 1986. A striking feature about Karen Blixen Museum is the beautiful grounds the house built in 1910, has a red tile roof and mellow wood paneling in the rooms. When Karen Blixen bought the property, it had 6,000 acres of land but only 600 acres were developed for growing coffee; the rest was retained under natural forest. Much of the original furniture is on display in the house. The original kitchen has been restored and is now open for viewing. A Dove Stove similar to the one used by Karen Blixen is on display, as are the kitchen utensils.

: Next, the visit takes you to the Giraffe Center a non-governmental, non-profit making organization, which was founded by Betty and Jock Leslie-Melville in 1979. This was in a bid to save the endangered Rothschild Giraffe that had lost its natural habitat in Western Kenya to agriculture and there were only 130 left in the wild. Funds were raised and 4 herds were moved to 4 parks namely Lake Nakuru National Park, Mwea Game Reserve, Ruma National Park and Nasalot Game Reserve. Today the Rothschild Giraffe population in Kenya is about 500. After the tour of Giraffe center, you are transferred back to you hotel.
The package includes:
Gate entrance fees, transport, professional guide
Price per person from US$ 130

Safari High Lights of Kenya - Tours from Mombasa
Full Day - Bush Tour
Drive through the beautiful tropical countryside, farmland and villages deep in Giriama land. Visit Kaloleni village and St. Lukes hospital run by Anglican Church missionaries, see the local medicine man and taste the local brews in Pingilikani
Itinerary:
: Depart from your beach hotel in the morning and drive through the countryside to Kaloleni where you will be able to see flora, fauna, farmlands with houses and villages and the beautiful tropical countryside.

:Visit the local market in Kaloleni, deep in Giriama land where the people get their daily needs, like fruits, vegetables, clothes and any other household goods. There is also an opportunity to see St. Lukes hospital run by missionary of the Anglican Church.

:From here continue through Chonyi land to a village in the lush coast vegetation. Visit the Primary School and see the way of life in the village, the local medicine man, the real Giriama life and taste the local brews.

: A visit to a local medicine man enlightens you on his practice as well as giving you a chance to get treated for various ailments and you also could try his famous love charms. Apart from the medicine man, you will also see different day-to-day activities in the villages.

:From there continue your excursion through the mango and sisal plantation on way to Porini Village for a late African lunch and entertainment with local dancers. After lunch, transfer back to your hotel arriving early evening.
The package includes:
Entrance fees, lunch, transport, professional guide
Price per person from
US$ 110 (North Coast hotels)
US$ 100 per person (South Coast hotels)

Safari High Lights of Kenya - Tours from Mombasa
Full Day Safari - Tsavo East National Par
Kenya's oldest and largest National Park and one of the world's leading biodiversity strongholds, large herds of Elephants glowing red after dust baths with laterite soil, bushy grassland, Lugard Falls on the Galana River and some 500 bird species.
Itinerary:
: Depart from your beach hotel in the morning and drive Tsavo East National Park. On arrival enter the park via Bachuma gate and begin your morning game drive enroute to Voi Safari Lodge for lunch.

:After lunch, continue with game drives at Tsavo East National Park which is one of Kenya's oldest and largest National Parks covering an area of 12,000 sq km. This vast park lies in low semi arid country at the eastern edge of the inland plateau, north of the main Mombasa-Nairobi road and railway. Much of the park is level, open country with scattered rocky ridges and outcrops.

:Due to its size, the park is one of the world's wildlife and biodiversity strongholds. The Yatta plateau, a long, flat topped lava ridge, runs along the western boundary of the park its about 290 km long and is one of the worlds longest lava flows beneath it flows the Athi river which joins the Tsavo river just above the Lugard falls, to become the Galana river a permanent river that cuts right across the park.

:The seasonal Tiva and Voi rivers are important features of the Northern and Southern sectors respectively. There are scattered seasonal pools, swamps and dams but relatively few sources of permanent water. One of the great spectacles of the park is the Mudanda rock a 1 & ½ km long outcrop it is a water catchment area and supplies a natural dam at its base.

:In the dry season, hundreds of elephants come to drink and bathe here. Attractions include large herds of elephants and other wildlife, popular legend of Tsavo "The man-eaters of Tsavo", Aruba Dam built in 1952 across the Voi River attracting many animals and water birds. In the late afternoon exit the park and return back to Mombasa. Drop off at your beach hotel.
The package includes:
Park entrance fees, lunch, transport and game drives
Price per person from
USD 185 per person (North Coast hotels)
USD 185 per person (South Coast hotels)