5 Days Amboseli to Beach Safari

Code: KRSNM09
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Road and Rail Safari to East Kenya’s Favorite Parks. Start Nairobi/Ends Mombasa, Diani ,Malindi , Watamu  beach areas – We’ll pick you up from the airport or your hotel.

Enjoy this amazing safari in a customized pop-up roof 4×4 Safari Jeep that has professional multi-lingual safari guide that will ensure you have a memorable safari experience., then finish your tour on a smooth train ride to the coast.

This Road and Rail tour offers plenty of time to experience the wildlife at these three distinctive parks – Amboseli, Tsavo West and Tsavo East. Each park has its own special look and feel – together they sum up a complete safari adventure. Completing your journey, hop aboard the Madaraka Express and head for relaxation at the crystalline Kenya Coast.

Park fees Accommodations
5 days safari Professional guide
Guide gratuity

–Tour Highlights–

Amboseli National park
– Mount Kilimanjaro, highest mountain in Africa
– Swamps below observation hill hosting large herds of elephants, buffalo, hippo and a variety of water fowls.
– A glimpse of African homesteads & cultures
Tsavo West National Park
– Scenic hills and valleys
– Game viewing drives
– Crocodile, hippo, exotic fish and migratory birds at the Mzima springs
– Africa’s limitless expanses of the wild.
– Lava flows
– Recent Volcanoes
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.
– Mudanda Rock – this whale-backed rock towers above a natural dam.


Day 1: Nairobi Kenya-Amboseli (250km-Approx.3-4hrs)

0700hrs: Depart from your Nairobi city hotel.
The morning road journey is partly via the Nairobi- Mombasa highway.

We’ll start your holiday early traversing the Kenyan countryside on the Nairobi/Mombasa Highway, on our way to Amboseli National Park. The early morning light over the passing African farms is a preview of the colors and landforms to come.

As we approach the park, you may spot impressive Mt. Kilimanjaro off in the distance. You’ll know you’re getting close as this world-famous mountain forms an unforgettable backdrop to Amboseli.

And parading in the foreground of this picture-perfect scene – the sight of hundreds of free-ranging elephants. The park hosts so many of these gentle giants you are guaranteed sightings.

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

MEAL: Lunch & Dinner


Day 2 : Amboseli National Park

We’ll enjoy the day with many game drives throughout the park. Up early, we’ll head out before anyone has had their breakfast – you or the animals!

Following breakfast, we’ll again jump into our Jeep for a mid-morning game drive. We’ll be seeing elephants, of course, but also be on the lookout for lion, cheetah, buffalo, impala, Masai giraffe, wildebeest and many others.

Lunch will follow, and then it’s either relaxation time or another game drive – your choice. Throughout the day you can design your safari experience to what suits you best.

While at Amboseli you can enjoy an optional excursion to a local Masai Village to learn about this indigenous culture and meet members of the tribe.

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

MEAL: Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


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

Tsavo West Park

This is our last day at Amboseli and with luck, the early morning clouds will part revealing Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped peak. We’ll go on one final game drive before departing for Tsavo West National Park.

It’s only a short 2-hour drive with the added bonus of more game viewing on the way. In no time we’ll be traveling through Tsavo West’s panoramic savannah and green hill country. This is the land of Africa’s “Big Five”, so we’ll be exploring for Tsavo lions, lots of elephants, leopards and many other hunters and grazers.

Tsavo West also harbors a protective sanctuary for the endangered rhino. We’ll make a visit and hopefully “catch” some of these shy creatures.

We’ve got lots more to see at the park, so we’re off for another adventurous game drive! We’ll rumble over the rugged hills and savannah here searching for the park’s bountiful wildlife.

You may be surprised as we come upon the cool, green pools of Mzima Springs, an unexpected oasis of hippo, crocodile, exotic fish and aquatic birds. There’s even an underwater hippo-viewing chamber to watch their slow-motion water ballet!

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

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 4: Tsavo West-Tsavo East National Park 

Now it’s time to head to Tsavo East National Park and take in the landscapes, with animal watching along the way.

This park is also famous for its elephants… only these giants parade about with a fine coat of red dust – a result of rolling about in the red-oxide soil of the park.

We’re certain to see all sorts of wildlife at the watering holes of Mudanda Rock and Aruba Dam, a draw for hundreds, if not thousands, of elephants and other animals.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


Day 5: Tsavo East-Train Station-Mombasa

We’ll celebrate our final day on safari with an early morning game drive watching the sun come over the rugged terrain of Kenya’s largest park. It’s been an exciting 5 days, but it’s not over yet.

We’ll enjoy more game viewing as we exit the park on our way to the train station at Voi for your trip to the Kenya coast. And on the way there you’ll be traveling through parts of Tsavo East, so you’ll have more opportunities to view the park and possibly some wildlife.

Approximately 11:45am arrive at the Voi train station.

At the train station, your driver/guide will assist you with tickets and transfer 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 comfortable 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.

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

12:33am:  Depart for Mombasa on the Madaraka Express Train with elevated country views through Tsavo East national parks.

14:18pm: Arrive Mombasa train station where you shall be met by your transfer vehicle and driver.

Transfer to your hotel or resort is also included – we’ll pick you up and bring you to your local hotel or resorts in Mombasa ,Diani ,Watamu , Kilifi or Malindi beach.