Tsavo | Tsavo West | Africa Safari | Kenya Safari | Hotels Lodges & Tented Camps


This safari takes you to the most famous reserves in Kenya each with a different experience. You start off with Maasai Mara, Kenyas most famous and finest game sanctuary. Then to Amboseli, which sits on the lower slopes of mighty Mount Kilimanjaro Ė Africaís highest. Pictures of wildlife taken against the dramatic backdrop of the mountain will thrill any photography enthusiast. You end up at Tsavo West, where you see elephants, crocodiles, vervet monkeys, antelope, baboons, giraffes, hippos and lions. The park is a marvel in terms of geo-physical character and plant diversity.

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Wings Over Wilderness Tsavo West Adventure Flying Package


This is a flying safari which is ideal for those who donít have much time on their hands. Solo travelers will find that this type of safari is also a money saver as you donít have to bear the cost of an entire seven seater safari van - you just fly to Tsavo and let us handle the rest!

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2 Night, 3 Day Flying Package To Finch Hattons (Tsavo West)

Fly to Tsavo West National Park for 2 nights at Finch Hatton's Safari Lodge, on full board, with game drives included. This luxury tented camp is situated by springs of fresh water, and in the pools in front of your tent there are hippo and crocodiles. This is a high end luxury tented camp. (c) www.maasai.co.ke

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2 Night, 3 Day Road Package To Tsavo East & West

Day 1: NAIROBI - TSAVO

Depart Nairobi early in the morning for Tsavo. The twin National Parks of Tsavo East and West together form one of Africa's largest wilderness reserves. Tsavo as a whole consists of 10 million acres of pure wilderness, incorporating savannah, ranges and hills, acacia and mountain forest, and an extensive river system. This single National Park is larger than the island of Jamaica. West and east Tsavo are the size of the state of Israel. Drive through Chetani Lava flow which is believed to have erupted a few hundred years ago.

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