2 Days Amboseli National Park Safari

Amboseli, Kenya

2 Days Amboseli National Park Safari

per person

This 2 day safari takes you through Southern Kenya towards the Amboseli National Park, which lies in the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Amboseli is famous for its rich wildlife, particularly its prolific elephant population. This Kenya Safari will be at Amboseli National Park which is Kenya’s international biosphere reserve.

Highlights: This 2 day safari takes you through Southern Kenya towards the Amboseli National Park, which lies in the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Amboseli is famous for its rich wildlife, particularly its prolific elephant population. This Kenya Safari will be at Amboseli National Park which is Kenya’s international biosphere reserve.

Amboseli is a Masai word meaning “place of water” and contemporary Maasai people’s culture and indigenous lifestyle. The park is supplied with water from Mount Kilimanjaro but is first filtered through volcanic rocks. Herds of elephants, zebras, wildebeests, giraffes, impalas and leopards are the main attraction as well as a variety of water birds like pelican, Egyptian goose. Mount Kilimanjaro forms the backdrop of this game sanctuary.

 

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3 Days Amboseli National Park Safari

Guaranteed departures with minimum order: 2 People

Highlights: This 3 day safari takes you through Southern Kenya towards the Amboseli National Park, which lies in the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Amboseli is known for its rich wildlife, particularly its prolific elephant population. This Kenya Safari will be at Amboseli National Park which is Kenya’s international biosphere reserve. Amboseli in Masai language means “place of water” and contemporary Maasai people’s culture and indigenous lifestyle. The park has an endless supply of water which is filtered through thousands of meters of volcanic rock from mount Kilimanjaro. Main attraction includes herds of elephant, zebras, wildebeests, giraffes, impala and leopards as well as a variety of water birds like pelican, Egyptian goose. Mount Kilimanjaro forms the background of this game sanctuary. Accommodation is at Kibo luxury tented Camp.

Day 01:Nairobi – Amboseli.

Depart Nairobi at 0800hrs and drive south through the Maasai land to Amboseli national park. Lunch at Kibo tented camp. Afternoon proceed for game drives to see herds of Elephant, as well as Giraffe, Lion and many more, with Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa’s highest peak) providing a beautiful background. Dinner and overnight at the Kibo Tented Camp.

Day 02: Amboseli.

Morning and afternoon game drives where Mount Kilimanjaro background offers good photographic scenery with herds of elephants and other big animals and birds on the background. Accommodation at Kibo Tented Camp.

Day 03: Amboseli – Nairobi.

Breakfast at 0630hrs then proceed for morning game drive. Drive back to Nairobi with packed lunch arriving in the evening. You will then be dropped back to your hotel/airport.

  • Departure
    Nairobi, Kenya
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 7:00a.m
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, Comfortable shoes, hat, light jacket.
  • Included
    Airport Transfers
    Birds
    Breakfast
    Entry Fees
    Personal Guide
    Sight seeing
    Wildlife
  • Not Included
    5 Star Accommodation
    Departure Taxes
    Flamingos
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Day 01: Nairobi – Amboseli.
Depart from your hotel/airport and drive south through the Maasai land to Amboseli national park. Lunch at Kibo tented camp on arrival. Afternoon proceed for game viewing drives to see large herds of Elephant, as well as Giraffe, lion among others with Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa’s highest peak) providing a beautiful background. Dinner and overnight at the Kibo Tented Camp..
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Day 02: Amboseli – Nairobi.
Breakfast at 0630hrs then proceed for game drive. Back to Nairobi with your picnic lunch arriving in the evening. You will then be dropped back to your hotel/airport. End of your safari.

TOUR LOCATION

Maasai mara

History of the City

In 1883, Joseph Thompson was the first European to penetrate the feared Maasai region known as Empusel (meaning 'salty, dusty place' in Maa). He, too, was astonished by the fantastic array of wildlife and the contrast between the arid areas of the dry lake bed and the oasis of the swamps, a contrast that persists today. Amboseli was set aside as the Southern Reserve for Maasai in 1906, but returned to local control as a game reserve in 1948. Gazetted a national park in 1974 to protect the core of this unique ecosystem, it was declared a UNESCO site in 1991. The park earned $3.5 m (€2.9 m) in 2005. On 29 September 2005, Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki declared that control of the park should pass from the Kenya Wildlife Service to the Olkejuado County Council and the Maasai tribe. Some observers saw this as a political favour in advance of a vote on a new Kenyan constitution; legal challenges are currently in court. The degazetting would divert park admission fees directly to the county council with shared benefits to the Maasai immediately surrounding the park.
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