Join a fantastic safari in Kenya with Bruno Safaris! During this safari, you will go to travel to marvelous locations, from Tsavo East National Park, Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, Tsavo West National Park, to Amboseli National Park. Get a real close up look on the mesmerizing Kenyan wildlife as your game drives will be in a safari vehicle with pop up roof for a game viewing. Come and fulfill your African fantasy in the wildlife of Kenya!
On the first night of this safari, you will stay at Lion Hill Camp, Man Eares Camp, Ndololo Camp, or Sentrim Camp in Tsavo East National Park. Then, on your second night, you will stay either at Lions Bluff Lodge, Taita Hills Lodge, or Taita Salt Lick Game Lodge in Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary. On your third day, you can choose to stay at Ngulia Safari Lodge or Ngulia Safari Camp in Tsavo West National Park. Meanwhile, the fouth and fifth overnight stay will be spent at Sentrim Camp, AA Lodge, or Kibo Safari Camp in Amboseli National Park.
Besides the accommodation option above (option 1), you have other options with different costs. The options are as follows:
Voi Wildlife Lodge or Voi Safari Lodge on the first night, Lions Bluff Lodge, Taita Hills Lodge, or Taita Salt Lick Game Lodge on the second night, Voyager Camp on the third night, and Sopa Lodge on the fourth and fifth nights.
Manyatta Camp or Ashnil Aruba Lodge on the first night, Lions Bluff Lodge, Taita Hills Lodge, or Taita Salt Lick Game Lodge on the second night, Kilaguni Lodge or Severin Safari on the third night, and Ol Tukai Lodge, Kilima Camp, or Serena Lodge on the fourth and fifth nights.
Satao Camp or Galdessa Camp on the first night, Lions Bluff Lodge, Taita Hills Lodge, or Taita Salt Lick Game Lodge on the second night, Finch Hattons Camp on the third night, and Elerai Camp, Tawi Lodge, Porini Camp, or Tortilis Camp on the fourth and fifth nights.
Please send Bruno Safaris an inquiry for more detailed information.
You will be picked up from your hotel or Moi International Airport (MBA). Have a drive to Tsavo with an en-route game drive to your booked camp or lodge for lunch. After lunch, there will be a game drive in an area of Tsavo East National Park and then you will have dinner and an overnight stay at a booked camp lodge in Tsavo East National Park.
You will have an early morning game drive which will be followed by breakfast. Afterwards, the guide will drive you through Tsavo East National Park to Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary's lodges. You will have a game drive in the sanctuary, dinner, and an overnight stay at a lodge in Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary.
After breakfast, you will drive to Tsavo West National Park with a game drive en-route arriving in time for lunch. You will also enjoy an afternoon game drive with a visit of a rhino sanctuary. If you are lucky, you might see the shy rhinos. Other animals which are likely to be seen are elephants, lions, zebras, buffalos, etc. A large variety of bird species, migratory and local, also exist in Tsavo West National Park. Dinner and overnight stay will be at your agreed lodge or camp.
Early morning breakfast will be followed by a game drive en-route to Mzima Springs where you have a chance to see hippos and crocodiles. The spring produces over one million liters of water per day. Then, you will drive to Chyulu Gate, check out of Tsavo West National Park, and drive to Amboseli National Park with a convoy. You will have a stopover at Shetani Lava for photos and proceed to Amboseli National Park. You will check in at your agreed lodge and have lunch. An evening game drive will be until 18:30 and then you will go back to the lodge for dinner and have an overnight stay.
You will spend a full day in Amboseli National Park with breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Your overnight stay will be at your agreed lodge or camp.
You will wake up to an early morning game drive. After that, you will have breakfast and leave for a drive to Nairobi arriving in time for lunch. Lunch will be at Nairobi Carnivore Restaurant. Afterwards, Bruno Safaris will drop you off at your respective Nairobi hotel or airport.
In Kenya, Bruno Safaris uses 7-seater vans with pop-up roofs which ensure each passenger to get a window seating. All of the vehicles are fitted with a long range high-frequency radio for communication, cooler boxes, and first aid kits. All of the safari vehicles also have a rear rack for your luggage that leaves the inside of the vehicle uncluttered for you to move around freely and capture some great photos.
The vehicles have 2 diesel tanks and 2 spare tires, ensuring that even though on the most adventurous safari and most remote areas, you will never have to worry about running out of fuel and a flat tire. You can also experience this safari in a 4x4 Toyota Land-Cruiser (Jeep). The prices are as follows:
During this safari, you can choose to be picked up at a hotel, port, or airport. The pickup points are as follows:
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 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.
Game drives in Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary provide an ideal opportunity to view and photograph the diverse array of wildlife. The water holes below provide a wonderful opportunity to view animals at close proximity in their habitat. The sanctuary also offers many diverse opportunities for you to experience the unique flora, fauna, and culture of this fascinating ecosystem. You can spend the day by having an excursion to the nearby parks with spectacular views, indigenous forest, and rural markets.
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 eco-system. 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.
During this safari, you will get daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You will savor your lunch at Nairobi Carnivore Restaurant on the last day of the safari. In addition, East Africa offers an impressive range of food to suit all visitors needs from vegetarian diets to full course meals.
Whether in a luxury city hotel or deep in the bush, a traveler is almost guaranteed to find a mouth-watering buffet with a wide variety of meats to fresh salads. The food is relatively safe to try while in a hotel or lodge which caters for international tourists. Soft drinks and alcohol are also readily available, cheap, and safe to drink at an additional cost.
You can arrive at Moi International Airport (MBA). Bruno Safaris will pick you up there and it is included in the price.
"I highly recommend Bruno Safaris. Our 6-day safari in Kenya was a great experience. We saw the Big 5 and plenty of other animals. Special thanks to our guide Joseph who was always very helpful and very patient with our requests."
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"We booked an overnight safari with this company and I was pleasantly surprised by the entire experience. Our drivers were punctual and friendly, always helping with our bags. They were also very knowledgeable during the safari itself and made the entire experience a fun one! They allowed us to take as much time as we needed with photos and were respectful of our schedule when he needed to hurry a bit. The open-top vans were decently comfortable, though we only had 5 passengers. A large group probably would've felt more crowded. When they dropped us off at the airport, Lawrence even waited with us to make sure we found the correct terminal."
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"Our team booked an overnight safari with Bruno and it was great! Amboseli National Park is beautiful and we saw lots of animals. The accommodations were top notch and the drivers were very knowledgeable. Unfortunately, we didn't see any lions, but maybe next time!"
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"I asked them to organize two one-day tours, one to Lake Nakuru and the other Amboseli from Nairobi. It turned out that I was the only customer both times, but the price remained unchanged (actually, they even offered me discounts). Drivers were professional. One driver constantly contacted other drivers in the park and successfully showed me a lion family and a rhino. The other flexibly changed the lunch place at my request. Although it was the low season, when wildlife is sparse, I enjoyed the tours all the same."
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