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TSAVO EAST AND WEST NATIONAL PARK

Tsavo East is a very popular park that was established in May 1948 and some of the scenic features include:

Large herds of elephants and other wildlife – Rhinos, Hartebeest, Serval cat among others
Home to the popular legend of Tsavo lions known as the “man-eaters of Tsavo”
Lugards falls on the Galana River – visitors can walk to the river to view the rapids
Mudanda rock – that is along rock outcrop that is about 1.6 kms long. There is a dam at the base. Animals can be seen drinking. Visitors can walk along the rock and enjoy a cool breeze as well as view wildlife at the base
Aruba dam – was built in 1952 across the Voi River. The dam attracts many animals and water birds that can be seen at this dam.
Tsavo/Athi rivers confluence to form the Galana River

Places of interest outside the national park:

Voi town and traditional market, Tuesdays and Fridays.
Voi Commonwealth War Graves Cemetery from 1914/16
Bura Mission (first inland Christian Mission set up in 1892)
Taita Hills (often referred to as the Switzerland of Kenya)
Sagalla Hills
Mzima Springs (in Tsavo West National Park)
Tsavo River Railway Station (Scene of the Man-eaters of Tsavo)

DAY 1. TSAVO EAST NATIONAL PARK, ASHNIL ARUBA LODGE, MEAL PLAN IS FULL BOARD

You would be picked up from your residence at 0730 hours to Tsavo East National Park where you would arrive time for morning game drive until time for lunch in Ashnil Aruba Lodge. Afternoon would be spend in the wilderness where you would roam to various different parts of the park until time for dinner and overnight.

DAY 2. TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK, KILAGUNI SERENA SAFARI LODGE, MEAL PLAN IS FULL BOARD

This day you would have tea and coffee and a snack at 0600 hours in the morning then depart for morning game drive reverting back in the lodge at around 0800 hours for breakfast then depart to Tsavo West National Park where you would arrive time for game drive enroute to the lodge arriving in Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge time for lunch.

The whole afternoon you would be spend in the park until time for dinner and overnight.

DAY 3. KENYA COAST

This day you would have tea and coffee and a snack at 0600 hours then depart for morning game drive reverting back in the lodge at around 0800 hours for breakfast then depart to Mzima Springs.

Mzima. The word means “alive.” Yet the life of Kenya’s Mzima Springs is largely born of ash and dung. In the neighboring Chyulu Range stand porous peaks of volcanic ash, whose youngest cones formed about 500 years ago. Rising 7,000 feet (2,000 meters) above an arid plain, these hills trap up to three feet (one meter) of rain each year from moisture-laden winds. All that rain soaks into the sponge-like ash and percolates down until it hits impervious bedrock and begins its underground journey to Mzima Springs some 25 miles (40 kilometers) away.

Later you would drive out to Kenya coast with a stop over in the Voi Wildlife Lodge where you would have lunch then proceed to your hotel arriving at around 1700 hours in your hotel.

End of safari.

Price per person sharing adults when 4 and above in the vehicle is US$ 498.00

Child of 3 to 11 years sharing a room with 2 adults is charged 50% of per adult rate and 2 children in own room each is charged 75% of per adult rate.

Single room supplement is US$ 118.00

What is included?

Transport as per itinerary in a top up roof tourist fully converted safari van
Park fees
All game drives as per the itinerary
All our transport has insurance

What is not included?

Drinks
Tips for the service
Yellow fever vaccination
Visa
Things of personal use

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