An African Safari that starts and ends in Nairobi, Kenya. Have you heard about Mt. Kilimanjaro in Amboseli, have you heard of the famous orthronological site of the earth in Kenya - go to the Lake Nakuru national park. Your Kenya Safari starts off with a visit to the important wildlife sanctuary of Lake Nakuru National Park for birdlife and wildlife viewing. Via Nairobi the safari proceeds to Amboseli National Park situated on the slopes of the highest mountain in Africa that is Mount Kilimanjaro close to the Tanzanian Border. Amboseli is a compact game park, abundant in wildlife, which makes for some excellent game viewing. This Budget Lake Nakuru & Amboseli Safari offers the wildlife safari experience of a lifetime!
Day 1: NAIROBI – NAKURU NATIONAL PARK.
Day 2: NAKURU - AMBOSELI
Early morning breakfast at the lodge, enroute game drive as you depart to Amboseli. Arrive in time for lunch at the lodge; later proceed for an afternoon game drive. Amboseli National Reserve is famous for its big game including large herds of elephants as well as great scenic beauty. The entire landscape is dominated by Mt Kilimanjaro; the park is renowned for its huge herds of free ranging elephant. Herds of up to 100 strong elephants can easily be seen drinking from the surface springs. The African elephant and the Amboseli bull elephants have some of the largest tusks of all elephants in Africa. Dinner and overnight at the lodge: FB
Day 3: AMBOSELI
Early morning breakfast at the lodge. Enjoy a full game drive in the park exploring some of the birdlife and wildlife found in the park. Amboseli is located at the foot of Africa’s highest mountain, its small size and its fragile ecosystem supports a wide range of mammals, over 50 of the larger species, and birds with over 400 species, The snows of Mount Kilimanjaro, white and crystalline, form a majestic backdrop to one of Kenya's most spectacular displays of wildlife –Girraffes, lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, cheetah, buffalo and hosts of plains' game, creating Kenya's most sought after photographer's parades. There are estimated to be around 650 elephants, one of the largest numbers per square kilometer in all of Kenyan parks and reserves. The swamps and springs have encouraged the hippos to stay around. Dinner and overnight at the lodge: FB
Day 4: DEPART
After breakfast enroute game drives as you depart back to Nairobi and be dropped at your place of interest or at the airport for your flight back home.