7 Days from$1040 p/p in USD
Guided, Large Group, Small Group
Experience a variety of spectacular destinations with different attractions on this Kenya safaris. Search for amazing wildlife and meet and mingle with various communities with diverse cultures across Kenya in Nairobi National Park and Tsavo East National Parks, see wildlife up close at Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Nairobi Giraffe Centre while in Diani Beach there are many fantastic activities to choose from for all ages including boat cruises, spotting dolphins, ocean turtles and whale sharks, golf, kite surfing and sky diving.
Safari types:Beach Safari, Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
You will visit:Amboseli National Park, Nairobi National Park, Tsavo East National Park, Diani Beach
Wildlife:Big Five, Birds, Antelope, Topi, Eland, Giraffe, Zebra, Wildebeest, Hippo, Crocodile, Hyena, Cheetah, Jackal, Warthog, Baboon, Dik-dik, Waterbuck, Oryx, Thomson's Gazelle, Hartebeest, Dolphin, Marine Life
Activities:Game Drive, Boat Cruise, Snorkelling, Optional Activities, Village Visit, Cultural Experience
Getting around:4x4 Safari Vehicle, Transfer Vehicle, Train
Start/end:Start in Nairobi, end in Nairobi
Price Per Person – USD
From USD 1,040 per person
- This rate is for a group sharing, minimum of 6 people
- For a private safari the costs will be higher, consult us for a rate
- Rates for children below 16 years will be lower, consult us for a rate
- Accommodation & all meals
- Pick up & drop off transfers
- Transport in 4×4 vehicle
- Tour guide/driver
- Visit to Shimoni Caves
- Boat ride & visit to Wasini Island
- Unlimited games drives
- Bottled drinking water
- Park fees & govt taxes
- Flights & visas
- Balloon safaris (USD 450 per person)
- Maasai cultural visit fee (USD 20 per person)
- Tips & any extra hotel services
- This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Extra Miles Unique Adventures‘
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- Display price is usually based on two people sharing
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Day by Day Overview
You will picked up from 67 Airport Hotel by 0600 hrs and head to the Nairobi National Park, close to the city. The park itself is 177 sq kms with wide open grass plains and a backdrop of the cit. Scattered acacia bush is home to a wide variety of wildlife including the endangered black rhino, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, buffaloes, giraffes and diverse bird life with over 400 species recorded. Visitors can enjoy the park’s picnic sites and walking trails for hikers.
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s Elephant Orphanage is best known for their work with elephants, operating the most successful orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. Here you will be able to take part in the conservation activity that takes place daily for an hour. This includes feeding the orphaned elephants and having a chance to interact with the animals one on one. It is a few minutes drive from the park and separated by the park’s fence.
After interaction with the elephants you will proceed straight to the Nairobi Giraffe Centre which is a stone’s throw away from the sanctuary. The giraffe center is the creation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, a Kenyan non-profitable organization. Their main purpose is to educate Kenyan school children and youth on their country’s wildlife and environment, as well as give local and international visitors an opportunity to come in close contact with the world’s tallest species. You also get the opportunity to feed the giraffes, kiss them if you wish and learn more about them under the guide of the trained guides of the organization.
You will later proceed for lunch at the Carnivore Restaurant, which offers a variety of meats roasted over charcoal and carved at your table. Delicious side dishes and an exceptional array of sauces complement this fixed price feast that also includes soup, dessert and Kenyan coffee. After lunch this will mark the end of the excursion and you will be dropped back to the hotel for dinner and overnight ready for the following day.
Pick up from the 67 Airport Hotel by 0600 hrs and start your journey to Amboseli via Mombasa-Loitok tok -Kimana road with short stop overs on the way at specific designated tourist stop over areas. The journey is a minimum of four hours and you check in at Amboseli Lodge by 1200 noon for lunch and a short rest. You will then head for an afternoon game drive at 1430 hrs until the evening at 1830 hrs for dinner and overnight.
Amboseli National Park is crowned by Mt.Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. The name Amboseli comes from a Maasai word meaning ‘salty dust’ and is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants up close. Nature lovers can explore five different habitats here ranging from the dried up bed of lake Amboseli, wetlands with sulphur springs, savannah and woodlands. Visitors can also visit the local Maasai community who live around the park and experience their authentic culture. Major attractions are Mt.Kilimanjaro, Observation Hill which allows an overall view of the whole park especially the swamps and elephants, buffaloes, hippos, zebras, giraffes, gazelles, cheetahs, lions, hyenas, and a variety of water fowl like pelicans, Egyptian goose among many other species of birds.
On the following morning, you will be up early for an early game drive from 0600 hrs to 0800 hrs then head back to the hotel for breakfast. Depart by 1000 hrs from Amboseli to TsavoEast National Park via Rombo-Taita Taveta road where you will see the beautiful scenary of Taita hills and big rocks surrounding the area. Check in to the Voi Safari lodge by 1400 hrs for lunch and some rest. Aftewareds you will head for an evening game drive as from 1600 hrs to 1830 hrs.
Tsavo East is the largest national park in Kenya and named after the Tsavo River which flows through the park. The park is home to more than 8,000 red elephants owing to the fac that elephants dust and wallow in red soiled mud pools. Major attractions include Aruba dam, Yatta plateau (the world’s longest lava flow with a length of 290km and 10 km wide, a ridge of frozen solidified lava), Mudanda rock (an inselberg of stratified rock that acts as water catchment that supplies a natural dam below), Galana River (second largest river in Kenya with a length of 390km), the wild cats (leopards, lions, cheetahs etc), rare gazelles and antelopes, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes and different species of birds.
You will be served an early breakfast and check out of the hotel by 0730 hrs with an en route game drive of about 2 hrs 30 mins to Diani Beach via Samburu-Shimba Hills Road. You will check in the Diani Reef Hotel by 1400 hrs for lunch. Stay here for three nights and enjoy the planned activities.
Diani Beach is a major beach on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. It is located 30 km south of Mombasa in Kwale County. It has been voted Africa’s leading beach destination for the fifth time running since 2015. The indigenous people of the area are the Digo, one of the nine ethnic communities known as the Mijikenda. Today the area includes Kenyans of various ethnicities who have migrated to Diani, drawn by the tourism related economy.
From searching for dolphins and ocean turtles, spotting whale sharks, kite surfing, sky diving and nightlife, Diani offers a scope of activities for all ages. Visitors can test their swings at Leisure Lodge Golf Club, swim and plunge with a whale shark- the world’s biggest fish, or dive deep-ocean fish along the Pemba Channel. You can also take a road trip out on an original dhow boat to Wasini Island to look for dolphins and ocean turtles, enjoy a glass base boat and watch the incredible submerged world or experience a phenomenal thrill from the sky while sky diving onto the pristine beach if you wish to seek some joy in the sky.
On the first day have the whole day chilling around the hotel or beach with tine to do planned recreational activities as well as enjoy the hotel facilities. On the following day you will be served early breakfast before your excursion to Wasini Island and Shimon Cave later in the day.
The name “wasini mpunguti” came from the early inhabitants who originally were the Chinese who were short Chinese, hence the name wasini mpunguti which to the locals means short Chinese. The island has only footpaths of sharp old coral or sand. There are no cars, carts or bicycles. Cargo is transported by foot or by a wheelbarrow with a solid tyre. Transport is over the paths, or via the beaches, mainly consisting of coral and only passable with low tide, or by boat over the sea. Here visitors snorkel and dive between the coral around this tiny sand island which is totally inundated during high tide. Also during the ride you might be able to spot dolphins and other beautiful aquatic animals.
The awesome coral caves of Shimoni in Kwale County are a living testimony of the dark days of slavery on the East African coast. These caves are where slaves were supposedly kept before being loaded onto boats and shipped to Zanzibar. Actual evidence that slaves were kept here consists solely of iron rings in the rocks, but as piles of empty votive rosewater bottles indicate, the site definitely has significance for locals.
Have an early breakfast then depart to the Standard Garge Railway back to Nairobi depending on your flight schedule, where you will be picked up and dropped at the airport, hotel or own place of residence marking the end of the trip