Bruno Safaris invites you to this safari in Kenya. From Nairobi, you will go to Amboseli, Tsavo West, and Tsavo East national parks by mini bus or 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser to see and explore the African wildlife. Amboseli is famous for its dramatic scenery and open plains plus its stunning view of Mount Kilimanjaro. Also, two springs will provide year-round water which is why Amboseli is called 'Place of Water'.
You will be accommodated at various accommodations during your safari in Amboseli, Tsavo West, and Tsavo East national parks. In each place, you can choose one of the following camp(s) or lodge(s) offered by Bruno Safaris.
For higher rates, you may choose to stay at other accommodations based on its cost option namely Sopa Lodge, Voyager-Ziwani Tented Camp, Voi Wildlife Lodge, Voi Safari Lodge (cost option 2), Ol Tukai Lodge, Kilima Camp, Serena Lodge, Kilaguni Lodge, Severin, Manyatta Camp, Ashnil Aruba Lodge (cost option 3), or, Elerai Camp, Tawi Lodge, Porini Camp, Tortilis Camp, Finch Hattons Camp, Galdessa Camp, Satao Safari Camp (cost option 4). For more information, please send Bruno Safaris an inquiry.
The type of safari vehicle to be used is a safari minibus (van) or 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser (Jeep). All of the vehicles have rear rack for your luggage which leaves the inside of the vehicle uncluttered for you to move around freely and capture some great photos. Pop-up hatch roofs allow all passengers better game viewing, sightseeing, and photography. Due to a variety of factors, smoking is not permitted in the safari vehicles. However, regular stops can be arranged for you to enjoy your cigarette.
The van has 8 seats although Bruno Safaris allows maximum of six passengers in each van thus each passenger is guaranteed a window seat. Meanwhile, the 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser (Jeep) is specially made for rain season since it does deal with inconveniences of getting stuck in the rough countryside during your safari. If you use 4x4 Toyota Land Cruiser (Jeep) for your safari, the prices are as follows:
You will be picked up from Nairobi hotel or airport and drive to Amboseli National Park. You will then drive to your booked accommodation for check-in and have a chance to see elephants, lions, cheetahs, gazelles, wildebeests, buffalos, zebras, warthogs, different birds, and of course Mount Kilimanjaro. Dinner and overnight are at the booked camp or lodge.
After breakfast, you will have game drive looking for animals in the park. You will then drive to Tsavo West National Park arriving at lunch time to check in and have lunch. Your evening game starts at 16:00 to 18:30. Dinner and overnight are at the booked cap or lodge.
After breakfast, you will have game drive looking for animals in the park. The mid-morning game drive includes a visit to Mzima springs where hippos, crocodiles, and different species of fish can be seen in crystal clear water and lots of different species of birds. You will then proceed with your game drive visiting the Shetani lava flow.
You will wake up early at 06:30 to 08:30 to have game drive followed by breakfast. Afterwards, drive en-route as you leave the park and drive to your beach hotel before driving to your hotel arriving late in the afternoon. You will drop off at your beach hotel.
Tsavo East National Park is huge. Over 11,747 square kilometers of bushy grasslands, open plains, and semi-arid acacia scrub make up Kenya's oldest and largest game park. Tsavo East National Park is credited with one of the world's leading biodiversity strongholds. From red-brown rivers surrounded by green grass and doum palms to the endless plains covered in red dust with a single surviving acacia tree, the scenery is constantly changing.
Tsavo West National Park is a 9,000-square-kilometer game park in southern Kenya located about 200 kilometers southeast of Nairobi. Separated only by the Mombasa / Nairobi road from Tsavo East, Tsavo West is part of the entire Tsavo ecosystem. Famous for the Mzima Springs with its unique underwater hippo observatory and for the Shetani lava flow as well as Chaimu Volcanic Crater, the park offers plenty of opportunities to explore on foot. In addition, the park has recorded over 600 species of birds.
Amboseli as a safari destination hosts large elephant herds, the big cats, herbivores, and numerous bird species including ostriches and a variety of plain games. Amboseli National Park lies immediately northwest of Mount Kilimanjaro on the border with Tanzania. The park covers 392 square kilometers and forms part of the much larger 3,000-square-kilometer Amboseli ecosystem. Large concentrations of wildlife occur here in the dry season, making Amboseli a popular safari reserve.
Amboseli National Park embodies five main wildlife habitats (open plains, acacia woodland, rocky thorn bush country, swamps, and marshland) and covers part of a Pleistocene lake basin. Within the basin, there is a temporary lake, Lake Amboseli, that floods during years of heavy rainfall. Amboseli National Park has over 80 different mammals to be found ranging from tiny (and rarely seen) spectacle elephant shrew to the huge bulk of the African elephants. There are also over 400 bird species.
You will be served daily meals during your safari. Place you will be staying at offers different kind of food, from vegetarians to non-vegetarians. East Africa offers an impressive range of foods and drinks to suit all visitors needs from vegetarian diets to full course meals.
A traveler is almost guaranteed to find a mouth-watering buffet with a wide variety of meats to fresh salads and drinks. The food is relatively safe to try which caters for international tourists. Soft drinks and alcohol are also readily available, cheap and safe to drink. Let Bruno Safaris know your dietary requirements in advance.
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