4 Days Kenya Beach to Nairobi Safari

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Explore the Twin Tsavo Parks & Amboseli Starts From Mombasa, Kilifi, Watamu, or Diani beach resorts – Finish at Nairobi area hotels or airport. We’ll pick you up from your hotel or resort.

Depart the Kenya Coast for the fabulous savannahs of two exciting Tsavo Parks – East and West. Plus, thrill to the multitude of elephants at Amboseli National Park, at the floor of mighty Mt. Kilimanjaro.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Mombasa/Diani/Bamburi/Nyali Beach Hotel
Park fees Accommodations
4 days safari Professional guide
Guide gratuity

-Tour Highlights–

Mombasa >> Tsavo East >> Tsavo West >> Amboseli

Tsavo East National Park
– Game viewing drives
– Lion, elephant, cheetah, giraffe, buffalo, antelope, warthog, ostrich, Baboons, birds…
– Herds of dust-red elephant wallowing, rolling or simply foraging
– The beautiful man made Aruba dam located on the north bank of the seasonal Voi River, is visited by thousands of animals and is a great game viewing destination.
– Mudanda Rock – this whale-backed rock towers above a natural dam, which acts as a draw to thousands of elephants
Tsavo West National park
– Game viewing drives
– Crocodile, hippo and exotic fish at the Mzima springs
– Africa’s limitless expanses of the wild.
– Lava flows
– Recent Volcanoes
Amboseli National park
– Mount Kilimanjaro, highest mountain in Africa
– Observation Hill Viewpoint
– A glimpse of African homesteads & cultures


Day 1: Beach Hotel-Tsavo East National Park(120km-Approx. 3hrs)

Your driver/guide will pick you up early from your Kenya coast beach resort or hotel in a 4 x 4 Jeep for your safari journey.

We’ll head out on the Mombasa-Nairobi Highway, also known as the Early Explorer’s route to Tsavo East National Park.


Day 2 : Tsavo East-Tsavo West National Park(80km-Aprox.1.5hrs)

On safari, we like to get up early, before the sunrise. How else can you enjoy the splendor all about? And then we watch as the light breaks on the golden savannah. This is the perfect time for an early morning game drive!

We’ll “hunt” for the grazers and carnivores… seeing who we can add to our checklist.

Then comes breakfast and a final viewing drive as we exit on our way for the short hop to Tsavo West.

This park my surprise you with its contrasts and colors – golden fields, green rolling hills, and dark volcanic lava beds hold an assortment of large and small wildlife. There’s lion, leopard, and buffalo, but also smaller game like bushbaby, hartebeest, and dik-dik.

Of special note – the park features a rhino sanctuary, a protected home to over 80 of these endangered creatures. We’ll visit the enclave in the afternoon and track the immense but delightful rhinos.


Day 3: Tsavo West-Amboseli (100 km Approx.2hrs) 

It’s another safari morning and that means we’re up early for a pre-breakfast game drive. We’ll listen to the birdsong and the first stirrings of the game as it emerges from the night, ready to explore.

This is Africa at most glorious and we’ll be there to take it all in.

The park’s Mzima Springs is a lovely surprise of greenery, palm trees, and an unending flow of crystalline water. Mzima means “life” in Swahili and this lush spot is lifegiving for the hippos, crocodiles and exotic fish that inhabit this special place. Also look for elephant, zebra, and other wildlife that naturally flock to this Eden.

Now it’s time for the short drive to Amboseli Park – just follow the towering guide of Mt. Kilimanjaro to set your course. This smaller park lies at the foot of Africa’s tallest peak and together they create amazing vistas and perfect photos.

We’ll arrive at the park in the late morning, relax, have lunch and set out to “capture” the many animals to be seen here. Amboseli is famous for its herds of elephants and you will see them marching proudly before a backdrop of the iconic mountain.

While at the park, you can enjoy an optional visit with the local Maasai people in their village. Meet them and learn about their ancient herding lifestyle. This can all be arranged with your guide.

Toward evening, the cloud cover which sometimes obscures Kilimanjaro’s snowy peak may part revealing one of Africa’s truest wonders.


Day 4 : Amboseli-Nairobi(250km-Aprox.3.5hrs)

Third safari morning – third early rise! And we’re off on another sunrise game drive. This is the perfect time to view Kilimanjaro, with possibly clear views of the entirety of the great mountain, snow-capped peak and all.

We’ll have breakfast and take in the beauty of the park surrounding us. It’s a beautiful day in this neighborhood.

We’ve enjoyed the wonders of Amboseli but now it’s time to trek on to Nairobi.