Price: Ksh 16,000 per person
One of Kenya's most well-known parks is the Amboseli National Parks, which is crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak. One of the best spots in Africa to see big herds of elephants up close is Amboseli, which is a Maasai word that means "salty dust." Here, nature enthusiasts can discover five distinct habitats, including the dried-up lake bed of Lake Amboseli, wetlands with sulfur springs, savannah, and woods. They can also go to the nearby Maasai community to experience the real Maasai way of life.
Book a 2 Days 1 Night trip to Amboseli National Park.
Land Cruiser Option
Citizen = Kes 16,000 pp
Non - Residents = $ 205 pp
Citizens = Kes 14,000 pp
Non-Residents = $190 pp
(Valid until December 2023)
NB: pp means per person.
- Transport in a Land Cruiser/ Tour Van
- 1 Night Accommodation (Budget Camp)
- Game Drives
- English / Bi-lingual Driver Guide
- All park entry and conservation fee
- Meals on Full-Board
Day 1: Nairobi - Amboseli, (250 km: Approx. 4 hrs drive)
0730hrs: Depart Nairobi to Amboseli
Take the Nairobi-Mombasa highway to Amboseli National Park.
A typical African savanna landscape, dotted with local homesteads and vibrant Masai herdsmen grazing their cattle, greets us on our early morning drive.
1200hrs: Arrive at Amboseli National Park for lunch.
Take a midday break for the afternoon game drive and then return to see the animals. We'll be looking for elephants, giraffes, zebras, lions, cheetahs, warthogs, ostriches, and more. The majestic peak of Kilimanjaro looms large over the landscape and skyline of the region.
1800hrs: Overnight at your budget Amboseli safari camp.
Day 2: Amboseli – Nairobi, 250 km: 4 hrs drive
0600hrs: Early pre-breakfast game viewing drive in search of the predators and grazers.
0900hrs: Extra mid-morning game viewing drive.
1130hrs: A lunch stop should be before your return trip to Nairobi.
0430hrs: Arrive in Nairobi.