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Experience four days and three nights exploring Amboseli, Tsavo West, and Tsavo East! Enjoy activities like viewing Kilimanjaro, wildlife, scenery, bird watching, culture, and sightseeing. For this safari, you will be accommodated in three or four-star lodges or camps and your transport will be a private 4x4 safari minivan equipped with unlimited drinking water.
Sentrim Amboseli borders the Amboseli National Park, three kilometers from Kimana gate. The 60 luxurious and comfortable deluxe tents and homes are spread out across the plains and offer fantastic views of Mt. Kilimanjaro. It has a swimming pool where you can enjoy a bath after a long safari game drive!
The lodge has a total of 60 tents/houses and two family houses with a living area, en-suite, and equipped with the following:
The lodge's main restaurant offers various cuisines to suit every guest's taste. Enjoy their sensational breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets during designated hours. The restaurant is open from:
Built in 1969, the lodge is located in Tsavo West National Park, which is home to a big host of wild animals. It can be accessed from Nairobi (260 kilometers away), through Mtito Andei Gate, or from Mombasa (250 kilometers away) through the Tsavo River Gate. The lodge is perched on the Ndawe Escarpment just below Ngulia Hills, overlooking the Rhino Sanctuary surrounded by Scenic Hills.
Ngulia Safari Lodge, no doubt, has one of the most breathtaking views in Kenya. Guests take guided expeditions to Mzima Springs (a living oasis inhabited with fish, crocodiles, and hippos), Hippo Point (inhabited with hippos and crocodiles), Shetani Caves, Chaimu Lava flows, Kichwa Tembo, and Roaring Rocks, among others.
The Lodge has 52 standard rooms, all with bath and shower and a balcony with a view of the vast wilderness and floodlit water holes. It has two restaurants, the main restaurant, built in an open-air style, has a view of floodlit water holes and the leopard dining tree. There is also the Leopard View Bar open in the evenings before the arrival of the leopard from the wilderness; guests can enjoy their meals as they watch the leopard feast, other animals drink water and make love, and the birds compete in their melodies.
Voi is a strategically-situated safari lodge in one of the world’s largest game park, the Tsavo National Park. Voi Safari Lodge stands high above the town of Voi, overlooking a vast expanse of the African Bush. It is 160 kilometers away from Mombasa City. You can simply watch the herds of wild animals roam beneath you or you can get closer by a network of access roads reaching into many corners of this 11,666-square kilometer park.
From the lodge, you can look out onto the three water holes and see the ever-changing panorama of Africa unfold right before your eyes and at the same time, enjoy the luxury of a waiter's service. There is a special "hide" for camera enthusiasts, affording close-up and candid pictures of wild animals which do not suspect any human presence; this is an ideal spot from which to go out in search of the big five (Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, and Rhino).
From Voi you have speedy and easy access to either the Tsavo East or Tsavo West portions of this national park. Voi is also ideal for exploring Taita Hills, including the fertile farmland, secluded high in Taita Hills surrounding Wundanyi, reached by an excellent mountain road which affords splendid views as far as the coast.
The comfortable lodge, with its high standards of comfort and cuisine as found in all Kenya Safari Lodges and Hotels, is easily reached by cars from Voi. You may either enter the park from Mombasa at the Bachuma Gate through Aruba Dam or Voi Gate. Visitors coming by "plane" are also welcome as there is also a convenient airstrip four kilometers away from the lodge.
Because of its easy access from Mombasa and Nairobi, Voi Safari Lodge is popular with:
You will be picked up from your hotel or at the airport in Nairobi and depart for Amboseli. The drive will take you via the Nairobi-Mombasa highway. The journey is through open expanses of Africa with its savannah plains that are dotted with local homesteads and colorful Masai tribesmen and their cattle.
Arrive at your camp in time for lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy a game drive at the Amboseli National Park when animals are at their most active. Weather permitting, Mount Kilimanjaro, with the sheath of the clouds and the sights of the snowcapped peaks, will be awesome. Return to the lodge for your dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, enjoy a morning game drive at Amboseli; afterward, proceed to Tsavo West National Park with game viewing drives en-route. Visit the Mzima springs for hippos and lots of birdlife. You will arrive at your lodge in time for lunch. Have an afternoon game viewing across Tsavo, famous for the red elephants. The terrain is hilly and the scenery gives you a more pronounced sense of adventure, you will also visit the rhino sanctuary in the afternoon game drive.
After breakfast, proceed to Tsavo East National Park with game spotting and scenery viewing en route. You will arrive in time for lunch at your lodge. In the afternoon, enjoy a game drive at Tsavo East, which is one of the biggest national parks; here, there are many attractions, including a visit to the Lugard's Falls.
Today is your last day of safari, have an early morning game viewing en route the Tsavo East National Park, afterward, you will leave for Nairobi, you will arrive in the afternoon where you will be dropped of at your hotel or the airport for your onward arrangements.
Kenya, quite known as the Republic of Kenya, is an independent nation inside East Africa. It lies on the Equator and extends from L. Victoria on its South-Western outskirts to L. Turkana on its Northern outskirts. Kenya is circumscribed by Tanzania towards the south and southwest, Uganda toward the west, South Sudan towards the north-west, Ethiopia towards the north, and Somalia towards the north-east.
A long favorite of Hollywood filmmakers, Amboseli National Park (392 kilometers squared) forms the perfect auditorium for scenic views of Africa’s highest mountain, 5,895-meter-high Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world. The park was gazetted as a national park in 1974. Amboseli National Park is located in Loitoktok District, in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya.
Two springs provide year-round water, befit tiny, the Masai meaning of Amboseli is a "place of water." Thousands of waterfowl and flamingos are attracted to the lakes; there are also elephants and numerous other animals. The ecosystem, mainly savannah grassland, spread across the Kenya-Tanzania border. The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants among other wildlife species.
Covering about 7,065 kilometers squared of rugged land, Tsavo West National Park is one of Kenya's largest and most visited parks. It is located 240 kilometers from Nairobi, off Nairobi-Mombasa Highway. Just like Tsavo East, this park is popular for the enormous herds of red elephants who find the park an ideal habitat. More famously, the "man-eaters of Tsavo" tale is one that everyone wants to know its origin. The park was quite infamous for poaching activities in the 1980s but that is now history.
Tsavo West National Park is a habitat for nature at its best. The park is home to many animals including red elephants, lions, buffalos, rhinos, cheetah, hartebeest, hippos, among many African species. The topography at Tsavo West is scenic and extremely variant. The tranquility of Lake Jipe, swamps, and riverine vegetation, stunning natural springs, rocky peaks, rolling plains, savannah forests, and extinct volcano cones characterize the dramatic scene at Tsavo West.
Due to its size, animals are not as crowded as Masai Mara or Amboseli but the varied topography makes wildlife watching a lifetime experience. With more than 500 recorded bird species, a visit to Tsavo West is tremendously rewarding.
Located in southwest Kenya, Tsavo East National Park is one of the largest parks in the world at 13,747 kilometers squared. The inland park lies in-between Nairobi and Mombasa with the park's main gate, Mtito Andei Gate, being 250 kilometers north of Mombasa and 233 kilometers south of Kenya's capital, Nairobi City. The superb dust-red wildlife distribution coupled with the exquisite scenery of the palm-lined Galana River, meandering over the 300-kilometer Yatta Plateau offers one of Africa's most provocative images.
Tsavo East National Park is Kenya's largest protected area. It is home to all the big game; the big five are all available with the dominating presence of the largest herds of the African elephant. All the members of the big cat family are also present but you will see the lion twice or thrice as any of the rest.
Other rare wildlife species that are available in the park include gerenuk, lesser kudu, Hunter's hartebeest and the rare fringed-eared oryx among hundreds of other wildlife species. The park is also home to at least 500 recorded species of birds.
Daily full board meals will be served and Africa Celebrity Tours provides special foods upon request. Daily unlimited drinking water is also included in the package.
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Please arrange your flight to arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Transfers are included, Africa Celebrity Tours will pick you up from this airport.
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