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Abani Safaris calls all animal lovers around the world to join the prestigious safari vacation in Kenya. Be the one who will witness two largest national parks in the world, Tsavo East and West National Parks. You will enjoy 3-day spectacular game drives and discover what the uniqueness of each national park has to offer. You will be enchanted by the animals' cuteness. Get closer to see animals in Kenya!
During this safari vacation, you will stay in a double occupancy room in a lodge.
On day 1, you will have an early morning pick-up at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) in Nairobi. Thus, you are suggested arrive at the airport in the early morning. Please send an inquiry to Abana Safaris for more information. Then, you will have safari briefing from Abana Safaris’ representatives and depart on your safari southwards to Tsavo West National Park. After arriving in time, you will savor your lunch, check in a lodge, and can relax on your own.
After that, you will proceed for an afternoon game drive looking for animals at Tsavo West National Park. Shaded by majestic fig and acacia trees, the lakes swarm with fish, large crocodiles, and some big pods of hippos. You can leave your vehicle and follow a pretty nature trail though you will need to keep an eye out for large animals, especially early in the morning or before dusk. If you’re lucky, the underwater viewing chamber which can be accessed by a pier can provide unique photo opportunities of a sinuous, gliding crocodile, or the delicate, tiptoe swimming.
After having breakfast in the lodge, you will go to Tsavo East National Park. This place is renowned for large numbers of elephants and man-eating lions. You will begin the game drive en-route to Aruba Dam which is a water hole where animals come to drink water. The physical attractions at Tsavo East National Park safari will include Tsavo River, 300-square-kilometer Yatta Plateau, Mudanda Rock, Lugard's Falls, Voi River, and Aruba Dam.
After savoring breakfast, you will check out from the lodge and enjoy the last game drive en-route with your drop off at Nairobi.
Note: Cars, minibusses, Land Rovers, coaches, or trucks will be provided depending on the route and the number of participants.
Kenya is an intimate and unspoiled home of a safari where people can enjoy the off-beaten track of Africa. The national park in Kenya is divided into two parts by Mombasa Road forming Tsavo West National Park and Tsavo East National Park. Known as “Theatre of the Wild”, Tsavo National Park is the largest national park in the world and covers about 4% of Kenya’s total land area. Both national parks are situated equidistant between Nairobi and Mombasa.
Tsavo East National Park is the larger one that covers about 11,747 square kilometers. The park is located about 233 kilometers south of Nairobi and about 250 kilometers from Mombasa. The place can be accessed through one of its five gates (Ithumba and Sala, Mtito Andei, Voi, Buchuma, and Manyani) depending on where you are approaching from. Tsavo East National Park is renowned for large numbers of elephants and man-eating lions. The elephants are often seen rollings and spraying in Galana River.
Meanwhile, the northern part of Tsavo West National Park is fascinating geologically. The whole developed area is dotted with old and new volcanic hills ranging from pimples to great pyramids on the plain. The most iconic attraction in the park is Mzima Springs. The crystal-clear water of this chain of lakes is filtered through the volcanic rocks of the Chyulu Hills just to the north.
There are some physical attractions at this park including Aruba Dam, Mudanda Rock, Yatta Plateau, Lugard’s Falls, etc. Located on the north bank of the seasonal Voi River, Aruba Dam is visited by thousands of animals and a great game viewing destination. Mudanda Rock is backed-rock towers located above a natural dam which acts as a draw to thousands of elephants. Yatta Plateau is the longest lava flow in the world and an ornithological paradise that attract migrating birds from all over the world. Named after Captain Lugard, Lugard’s Falls is the first proconsul to east Africa. The falls feature bizarrely eroded rocks through which the waters of Galana River plunge into foaming rapids and crocodile-infested pools.
Abana Safaris will transfer you from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) in Nairobi. The pick-up is included in the price. You are required to arrive in the early morning.