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4 days and 3 Nights Premier Amboseli, Tsavo East & West National Parks

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4 Days 3 Nights
Amboseli - Tsavo

Are you Ready to explore the largest game park in Kenya? Tsavo East National Park is a historic reserve with a storied past of ferocious lions and great natural features. Its distinctive red-dust soil attracts lively herds of elephants who enjoy rolling around in the rosy-colored earth. Sister park Tsavo West contrasts with its green hills and springs filled with hippos and crocodiles. All the big game are here but you’ll also find baboon, monkey, and the smaller bushbaby and dik-dik.

Not far off we’ll arrive at Amboseli National Park, a smaller reserve but with just as much wildlife. The families of elephants are so populous here the park has been called, ‘The Land of the Giants’. And another giant dominating the landscape is Africa’s tallest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro which stands like a giant, iconic monument at the park’s southern boundary. A busy wildlife refuge, you may find hyena, fox, jackal, monkey and all kinds of birdlife in the park’s marshes. Don’t be surprised to see pelican, kingfisher, heron and harrier eagle alighting upon this landscape.

The Summarized, 4-Day Kenya Safari Itinerary

Day 1: Nairobi to Tsavo East
Day 2: Depart Tsavo East to Tsavo west
Day 3: Tsavo West to Amboseli
Day 4: Amboseli to Nairobi

Full Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Nairobi – Tsavo East: (Appr 5 hrs)

Early in the morning Your driver/guide will pick up from your Nairobi area hotel, Nairobi airport or Nairobi area residence for the drive to Tsavo East.

We’ll head out to Tsavo East via Nairobi/Mombasa highway, stopping to stretch and get refreshments along the way.

Check in lunch time and later in the evening head out for game drive.

Meal plan: Lunch and Dinner

Day 2: Tsavo East – Tsavo West

We’re on safari time and that means we’re up before the sun, ready to catch its bright orange rays bursting upon the plains and the just awakening wildlife.

After breakfast you will proceed on early game drive and appreciate the new day all around us expectant with possibilities drive as we depart the park for the quick trip over to Tsavo West.

The colors of this park are different with green rolling hills and magnificent baobab trees. Tsavo West hosts all of Africa’s Big Five including rhinos.

We’ll look for these amazing but endangered creatures in the park’s protected rhino sanctuary.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 3: Tsavo West – Amboseli: (Appr 2 hrs.:)

It’s another new day on the savannah and a perfect time for photos in the morning’s soft light.

Tsavo West has lots of surprises and one of them is Mzima Springs, a lush oasis in the middle of this rugged terrain.

We’ll stop here and walk amongst the greenery of this verdant spring, fed by thousands of gallons of fresh, clear water.

There’s hippo, crocodile, fish and lots of birdlife in this unexpected habitat. Thirsty citizens of the reserve like elephant and zebra also frequent this spot for its life-giving waters.

Now it’s time for the relatively short drive to Amboseli Park, arriving late morning.

Look for the tall summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro standing over the park.

We’ll have lunch, relax and head out for an afternoon safari. The game spotting is rich and active in Amboseli so we should soon see the park’s famous herds of elephants marching before Kilimanjaro. Have your camera ready.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch, dinner

Day 4: Amboseli – Nairobi:  Appx: 4 hrs.

On our final safari morning we’ll celebrate by rising before the sun for a fabulous pre-breakfast game drive.  Kilimanjaro’s peak may yet be unobstructed for one of Africa’s most iconic views.

Let’s look for elephants on their way to breakfast before enjoying ours at our accommodation. The beauty of nature surrounding us is one more reminder of this remarkable place and the journey we have taken.

We’ll enjoy one more mid-morning game drive looking for predators, grazers and all sorts of birdlife before heading back to Nairobi.

We should arrive there at about 16:30 hrs. (4:30 pm).

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch, dinner


  • Government imposed park fees and/or taxes
  • Entry Park fees (for non-residents)
  • All Meals (as specified in the full itinerary section)
  •  3 Nights’ accommodation
  • Roundtrip airport transfers
  • A professional driver/guide
  • Transportation in open roof tour van
  • Bottled water on Safari


  • Accommodation on the day before the tour Start
  • Accommodation on the last day of tour
  • International flights (from/to home)
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Personal items (souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.)
  • Additional Drinks and beverages
  • Laundry
  • Anything else not mentioned above
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