Nyali Beach Mombasa

Destination

Kenya

Stars

The Southern Kenya And The Beach

You will traverse Kapiti and Athi plains arriving Amboseli. Amboseli is located on the foot of Mt .Kilimanjaro the second highest mountain in the world. It is home to a big population of Elephants. The snow capped peaks of the mountain are very attractive to watch.

You will depart for Tsavo National park, the biggest National park in Kenya to the south of Nairobi. Historically, Tsavo is known as a place where a lot of workers popularly known as Indian Coolies were eaten by Lions during the construction of Kenya Uganda Railway early 1900.

The next port of call; Mombasa, enjoy the best Beaches along the Indian Ocean.Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya after Nairobi. The majority of the people living in the City are the Swahili people. Swahilis are as a result of the marriages between the indigenous coastal inhabitants and the Arabs Since 12th century
Activities like Scuba diving, fishing, visit to Marine parks, Swahili cultural exploration and many other water sports are available at an extra cost.

Safari Code: GE 014
Duration: 9 Days

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Itinerary
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Day 1: Nairobi

You will be met on arrival by our representative. Transfer to a city Hotel for an overnight BB

Day 2: Nairobi-Amboseli

Breakfast at the Hotel, and then proceed southwards of Nairobi. You will traverse Kapiti and Athi plains arriving Amboseli in time for lunch.
Amboseli is located on the foot of Mt .Kilimanjaro the second highest mountain in the world. It is home to a big population of Elephants.
The snow capped peaks of the mountain are very attractive to watch.
You will relax after lunch and later depart for an afternoon game drive.
Dinner and Overnight-Oltukai Lodge/Amboseli Serena.FB

Oltukai Lodge Amboseli

Day 3: Amboseli

Full day in Amboseli National Park with Game drives. You may opt to do a half day or a morning and afternoon game drives.
Dinner and Overnight-Oltukai Lodge/Amboseli Serena-FB

Day 4: Amboseli-Tsavo

After breakfast depart for Tsavo National park. You will arrive for lunch. This is the biggest National park in Kenya to the south of Nairobi. Historically, Tsavo is known as a place where a lot of workers popularly known as Indian Coolies were eaten by Lions during the construction of Kenya Uganda Railway early 1900.

Here you will also find big water springs called Mzima which supplies the city of Mombasa with fresh water. Volcanic lava popularly known as Shetani flow covers a sizeable are within the park and marks a very good attraction.
Dinner and Overnight-Kilaguni Serena/Voyager Tsavo/Ngulia-FB

Ngulia Safari Lodge

Day 5: Tsavo

Full day in Tsavo with Game drives. You may opt to do a half day, full or morning and afternoon game drives.
Dinner and Overnight-Kilaguni Serena/Voyager Tsavo/Ngulia-FB

Day 6: Tsavo-Mombasa

Breakfast and then depart for Mombasa, enjoy the best Beaches along the Indian Ocean.
Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya after Nairobi. The majority of the people living in the City are the Swahili people. Swahilis are as a result of the marriages between the indigenous coastal inhabitants and the Arabs Since 12th century

White sands Beach

Day 7: Mombasa

Full Day at leisure/own activities-HB
Activities like Scuba diving, fishing, visit to Marine parks, Swahili cultural exploration and many other water sports are available at an extra cost.

Day 8: Mombasa

Full Day at leisure/own activities-BB

Day 9: Mombasa -Nairobi

Fly back to Nairobi and connect flight back home.

Included in price:

  • Airport transfers in Nairobi.
  • Airport Transfer in Mombasa
  • Accommodation Nairobi Bed and Breakfast
  • Accommodation Full board in all the Lodges.
  • Accommodation Half Board in Mombasa
  • All transport by road in a Tour van
  • English speaking guide/driver
  • All game drives
  • All park fees
  • One way flight Mombasa-Nairobi
  • Flying Doctors evacuation cover within Kenya

Not included:

  • Personal expenses, drinks, tip etc.
  • Insurance or cancellation insurance
  • Visa

 


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