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10 Nights


Combine the wildlife of Amboseli National Park, famous for its elephants set against a backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, with Tsavo National Park, one of the largest game reserves in Kenya. Visit Daphne Shedrick Elephant Orphanage & the Giraffe Sanctuary in Nairobi, before relaxing at Diani Beach. English speaking guide & accessible vehicle on safari, park fees & all transfers included

Day 1

You will be met at Nairobi Airport and transferred to your hotel in this bustling city.

Check in and relax in your warm and friendly African surroundings.
Day 2
This morning we travel to the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage (open only from 11 to 12 noon). It took Daphne Sheldrick 28 years of trial and error to perfect the milk formula and complex husbandry required to rear orphaned African elephants, during the period that her husband was warden of Kenya's largest elephant sanctuary in Tsavo East National Park. Since then this sanctuary has gone on to save the lives of many orphaned elephant calves.

After lunch (own account) we visit the Karen Blixen Museum for an interesting insight into early settler life, as immortalised in the film "Out of Africa" which was filmed here.

We end our day with a visit to the Giraffe Centre that was founded to save the endangered Rothschild Giraffe from extinctio. Here you can get up close and feed a giraffe, before returning to your hotel.
Day 3
This morning we departure early from Nairobi for the scenic 4-hour drive to Amboseli National Park.

Situated in southern Kenya on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, this national park offers magnificent views of the peak in neighbouring Tanzania. In the early morning it is a wonderful experience to see Kilimanjaro hovering above the clouds and wildlife photography against this dramatic backdrop is particularly rewarding. Check into your lodge after enjoying an afternoon game drive.
Day 4
Rise early today for a full day of game viewing in Amboseli National Park that is particularly renowned for its large herds of elephants.

The local people are mainly Maasai and this sanctuary offers a fantastic array of wildlife. With a dramatic contrast between its dry lake beds and watery swamps, you should see buffalo, black and white rhino, zebra, wildebeest and much more - as this low rainfall area is one of the best game viewing regions in the whole of Kenya.
Day 5
Today we travel 3-hours from Amboseli to Tsavo National Park.

Check into your lodge and enjoy an afternoon game drive in this great national park, which is divided into an eastern and western section and is one of the oldest and largest wildlife conservation areas in Kenya.
Day 6
Today is devoted to game viewing with your private guide in the eastern sector of Tsavo National Park.

Enjoy early morning and late afternoon game drives in Tsavo National Park, the largest national park in Kenya at over 7,000 square miles (11,747 square kilometers) and named after the Tsavo River, which flows through it.

Tsavo East is generally flat with dry plains, across which the Galana River flows. Wildlife in Tsavo is diverse and abundant, and the park is well known for its bird life and large mammals.
Day 7
Enjoy another early morning game drive in Tsavo National Park before your 3.5-hour transfer to your Mombasa beach resort.

Check into your hotel situated on the shores of the sparkling Indian Ocean and relax in your warm beach surroundings.
Days 8 To 10
At leisure to relax and soak up the sun at your hotel situated along the warm Mombasa coast.

Enjoy the lush tropical gardens of coconut trees, fan-shaped travellers palms and the vibrant blooms of hibiscus, bougainvilleas and frangipani - as well the splendid coastline.

Note: Please be aware that all beaches in Kenya are public, so expect to see local beach sellers.
Day 11
Transfer to Mombasa Airport for your flight home.