Day: 1 Nairobi - Amboseli National park
Pick up from your hotel at 0800 hrs and drive to Amboseli via Namanga on the Tanzania border to reach Amboseli in good time for lunch. Lunch at a lodge followed by full afternoon game drives. Dinner and overnight at Amboseli kibosafaricamp or Similar
Amboseli Park (at 392 sq km) is the second most popular park in Kenya after Maasai Mara, mainly due to the spectacular backdrop of Mt. Kilimanjaro on the southern boundary.
Day 2: Amboseli National park
Today you will spend the full day in Amboseli with early morning and evening game drives. Whilst in the park, you will have the opportunity to photograph the animals against the wonderful backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro. All meals and overnight will be at your camp
Day 3: Amboseli Tsavo West National park
After an early breakfast depart for Tsavo West National Park which lies roughly half way between Nairobi and the Coast. Mzima Springs, the chief marvel here is a favorite haunt of hippos and crocodiles. Arrival at your Kilaguni Serena Lodge will be in time for lunch. An early evening game drive to see large herds of elephants, buffalo, common waterbuck, eland, rhino and wide variety of antelope. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Day 4: Tsavo West Tsavo East National park
We depart the lodge soon after breakfast and proceed to Tsavo East National park. Game is viewed as we exit the park. Dinner and overnight stay at Voi Safari Lodge.This park was famed for its large herds of elephant covered in red dust and fine scenery. We visit the scenic Lugards Falls, Mudanda Rocks (attracts elephants in the drier season) and Aruba Dam as we view game if time permits. Dinner and overnight stay at a lodge
Day 5: Tsavo East National park.
Full day spent exploring the park. Morning and afternoon game drives are offered. Dinner and overnight stay at Voi Safari Lodge.The landscape in Tsavo East is flatter and drier, despite having one of Kenyas largest rivers flowing through the middle. Much of the wildlife is concentrated on the Galana River, which has plentiful crocs and hippos. Likewise, Kudus, waterbucks and dik-diks are common along the river banks.