3 Days Nairobi to the Beach Safari

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See the Best of Tsavo Parks on this 3-Day Road and Rail Safari Starts Nairobi/Ends Mombasa, Diani ,Watamu , Malindi beach areas – We’ll pick you up from the Nairobi airport or your hotel.

These two animal parks are legendary! Tsavo East and Tsavo West are some of the oldest and definitely the largest combined parks in Kenya. Here you will find Africa’s Big Five, a special rhino sanctuary and beautiful watering spots where great herds of elephants gather.

Park fees Accommodations
3 days safari Professional guide
Guide gratuity

–Tour Highlights–

Tsavo West National Park
– Game viewing drives
– Recent volcanoes
– Lava flows
– Scenic landscapes
– Exotic Fish & Crocodile at Mzima Springs
Tsavo East National Park
– Sights of dust-red elephant browsing as they stroll majestically
– The beautiful Aruba dam located on the north bank of the seasonal Voi river, is visited by thousands of animals and is a great wildlife viewing destination.
– Mudanda Rock


Day 1: Nairobi Kenya-Tsavo West (250km-Approx.4hrs)

Your expert driver/guide from Randu Kenya Safaris will pick you up at 7:00 am from your Nairobi hotel, residence or airport for the drive along the Nairobi/Mombasa Highway.

You’ll know when you’ve arrived at Tsavo West National park  by the vast sweep of the plains and the endless sky. You can’t miss the elephants here. The park hosts the largest population of the noble pachyderms in Kenya.

At the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, you could get the chance to see some of the 80 endangered rhinos that live here, protected. And a visit to nearby Mzima Springs with its million liters of sparkling water will bring us up close to more elephants, hippos, crocodiles and other wildlife such as zebras.

The landscapes in this park always fascinate with their baobab trees and volcanic remnants. From acacia woodland to rugged desert to views of snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tsavo West is a safari paradise.

Dinner and Overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice.

MEAL: Lunch & Dinner


Day 2 : Tsavo West-Tsavo East National Park

On our second safari day, we’ll  have a morning game drive as we journey to Kenya’s largest park. Here you’ll also be amazed by the herds of red-dust elephants – rolling in the oxide soil and turning themselves a dusky shade of red.

Amongst the grasslands and savannah watch for large herds of giraffe along with the Big Five. Plus, down at the Galana River bisecting the park you’ll find hippo, crocodile and waterbuck.

The park is also known for its outstanding geological formations. Mudanda Rock, a natural dam, creates a watering hole where you’ll likely spot thirsty elephants. And you’ll always remember the Yatta Plateau, at 300 km, the longest lava flow in the world.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice.

MEAL: Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


Day 3: Tsavo East-Mombasa Kenya Coast(120km-Approx.3hrs)

But we’re not done with Tsavo East just yet!

We’ll take one last game drive through this massive park on our way to the train station at Voi.

Train to the Coast

At the town of Voi, your driver/guide will help you transition to the Madaraka Express, the new high-speed train to Mombasa and the coast.

Your first-class ticket is included with the tour, so enjoy the comfort of your air-conditioned compartment and reclining seat. The train’s route is positioned higher than the roadway and offers an elevated view of the parks. And with its large windows you’ll enjoy wonderful vistas of the passing landscapes of Tsavo East.

There’s also a buffet car for drinks and snacks, and clean restrooms for your convenience. In a little less than 2 hours, you’ll arrive at the state-of-the-art train station in Mombasa.