6 Days, 4 National parks, Kenya Beach to Nairobi Safari

Code: KRSMN06
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Discover Kenya’s Colorful Parks 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.

On this 6-day African safari, you’ll see Kenya the best way possible – creating a trail through its exciting national parks.

From the red-dust plains of Tsavo East to Amboseli Park’s bountiful herds of elephants, from the dazzling birds flocking at .

Lake Nakuru to the endless stream of wildebeests and more at Masai Mara, this tour presents every sort of landscape and wildlife you can imagine

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

-Tour Highlights–

Mombasa >> Tsavo East >> Amboseli >> Lake Nakuru >> Masai Mara >> Nairobi

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
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
Lake Nakuru National Park
– Hundreds of bird species including few flamingos, pelicans and others
– Rhino sanctuary
– The Great Rift valley escarpment – Awesome scenery
Masai Mara Game Reserve
– Unlimited game viewing drives
– Tree studded typical savannah terrain and a multitude of Wild animal species.
– Colorful Masai tribesmen


Day 1: Mombasa-Tsavo East(120km-Approx. 2.5hrs)

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.

MEALS : Lunch & Dinner


Day 2 : Tsavo East-Amboseli (300km-Aprox.4.5hrs)

We’ll be up with the sun (or before) for an early morning game drive to watch the light break upon the plain and the first signs of wildlife.

Then we’re off to Amboseli Park at the base of majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro. The animal spotting here is brisk and fulfilling.

Amboseli is said to be perhaps the best spot in Africa for seeing free-ranging elephants. And with the great mountain in the background, it’s hard to take a bad picture.

As we get toward dinner time, look to see if the clouds covering Kilimanjaro’s snowy peak begin to part, offering a stunning vista of the famous iconic summit.
MEALS : Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 3: Amboseli-Lake Nakuru (420 km Approx.7hr with lunch stop) 

Our early wake up may again give us spectacular views of the mountain. Either way it will afford us a beautiful morning game drive as we exit the park, on the way to Lake Nakuru.

This will be an extended but beautiful drive, passing through Nairobi and the central highlands of Kenya.

You’ll see Masai herders, small farms, and homesteads along the way. As we enter the area of the Great Rift Valley escarpment, we’ll take breaks to enjoy the drama of the sheer walls of this natural wonder.

We’ll also pass and take in views of several Rift Valley lakes – Naivasha and Elementaita.

But Lake Nakuru Park is our destination and we will arrive in time for a late afternoon drive along the lake to see birdlife and a short game drive as well.

MEALS : Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Day 4 : Lake Nakuru-Masai Mara (300km-Approx.6hrs)

We’ll be up early to squeeze in every bit of viewing time at the park. At the lake, we’ll be looking for flamingo, pelican, cormorant, and kingfisher.

This wonderful park also features a rhino sanctuary where we’ll find these fascinating and rare creatures. Time permitting, we’ll see if we can spot lion, leopard and the reserve’s baboons and monkeys.

But we’ve got a date with the world-famous Masa Mara Reserve and so it’s time to hit the road in our 4 x 4. We should arrive at the Mara in the late afternoon, in time for a game drive.

You’ll enjoy your first sight of this attractive park with its deep savannahs, showing off their distinctive acacia trees. The landscape is rich and varied here – be ready to see all sorts of wildlife.
MEALS: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 5 : Full Day Masai Mara National Reserve

We’ll meet the day with an early morning game drive in our 4 x 4. The light breaking over the Mara is lovely as the first stirrings of wildlife begin.

The Masai Mara is known as the site of the Great Migration and should you be here at that time (July – October) you’ll witness the greatest movement of animals on the planet. Zebra, wildebeest, gazelle and more pour over the Mara River into the park by the thousands on their yearly cycle for ever fresher grasses on which to subsist.

The sight of this of this torrent of wildlife stretching for miles is an unforgettable image.

We will visit the Mara River and view the hippos, crocodiles and perhaps other predators lying in wait. The day will be filled with such sightings.

There are also several optional activities should you wish to partake: Enjoy a visit at a nearby Maasai village and learn about the people, their culture and lifestyle. You can also hop aboard a pre-dawn hot air balloon flight above the Mara as the sunlight breaks across the fields – a truly unforgettable experience of your safari. Just tell your driver/guide and he’ll make all the arrangements.

MEALS :Breakfast & Lunch


Day 6 : Masai Mara-Nairobi Kenya (265km-Approx.5-6hrs)

Our last safari morning – let’s make the most of it with a pre-breakfast game drive to check off more animals from our list.

The animal sightings are varied and bountiful at Masa Mara.

After breakfast, we’ll go for one more game drive as we exit the park on our way to Nairobi.

We should arrive in Nairobi about 16:30 hrs. (4:30 pm).