4 Day Tsavo West, East, and Amboseli Park Budget Safari in Kenya
Ngulia Safari Lodge, Tsavo West National Park, Kenya
Tsavo and Amboseli Kenya Safaris
This tour will take you to Tsavo West National Park. This is where you will find the Mzima Springs. This park has great views of Mount Kilimanjaro, a shared advantage with Amboseli National Park. Then, you will explore Tsavo East National Park, the famous park of man eaters. You will also get a chance to visit the Aruba Dam where the wildlife congregate to cool themselves.
Daily game drives
Visiting Mzima Springs and Aruba Dam
Unobstructed views of Mount Kilimanjaro from the lodges
Airport transfer available:
Moi International Airport
During the safari tour, you will stay at different accommodation every night.
Ngulia Safari Lodge
You will spend your first night at Ngulia Safari Lodge. Located in Tsavo West National Park, the lodge has 52 rooms facing the vast wilderness and en-suits bathrooms facilities.
Ngulia Safari Lodge is one of the lodges with a great view of Kilimanjaro and overlooking the famous Rhino sanctuary which is the largest in the world hence guaranteeing encounter with the rare African animal.
AA Lodge Amboseli
AA Lodge Amboseli will be your home for your second night. AA Amboseli is built in a three-tier architectural design and is strategically located two kilometers from Amboseli National Park main gate (Kimana Gate) and conveniently within the Emali - Loitoktok tarmac road. It commands a panoramic view of the snow-caped Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest free-standing mountain.
With a total of 98 rooms, the lodge is intimate and friendly with many personal touches. It offers some of the finest accommodation experiences with rooms and facilities tastefully furnished and modern.
Voi Safari Lodge
On your last night, you will stay at Voi Safari Lodge. Nestled in the heart of the elephant country, Voi is located in the savannah grasslands of Tsavo East, Kenya, just five kilometers off the main highway connecting the capital Nairobi to Mombasa.
Accommodating up to 300 guests, all rooms have spacious en-suite bathrooms and are furnished in African decor that is replicated throughout the lodge. The luxury rooms comprise two four-poster beds and views of the Savannah, which one can enjoy from the comfort of one’s balcony or terrace.
Kenya Bush Expeditions’ vehicle will pick you from your hotel early in the morning and you will join the group. At this point, you are introduced to your guide and other people in the group.
Upon the arrival at Tsavo West National Park, you will check in for lunch at your lodge. Relax at your lodge up to four in the afternoon when your driver picks and leads you to the afternoon game drive for two hours. Spot the mane-less lions in the park. Return for dinner and overnight at Ngulia Safari Lodge.
The group is headed to Amboseli National Park via game drive. A stop at the famous Mzima Springs is guaranteed before the van joins the security convoy at 9:30 a.m. in the morning. The group arrives in time for lunch.
Your guide will pick you from your lodge for the afternoon game drives. You now have a chance to see the biggest herds of elephants. Get the great views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa
After the afternoon game drives, you will return to your lodge for dinner and overnight at AA Lodge Amboseli.
Depart via game drive after your breakfast and head to Tsavo East National park. You arrive in time for lunch and check in. In the afternoon, you have your game drives visiting the Aruba Dam. This is the park famous for the man eaters of Tsavo. You return late in the evening for dinner and overnight at Voi Safari Lodge.
Enjoy early game drives at Tsavo National Park. Return for breakfast and depart for Mombasa. It’s now your time to share with your driver your new experiences. Kenya Bush Expeditions’ driver will give you a feedback form to fill so that their office can sample your views of the safari.
Tsavo West national Park safaris
Tsavo East National Park safaris
Amboseli National Park safaris
This safari tour will take place in three national parks in Kenya including Tsavo West, Amboseli, and Tsavo East National Parks.