|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Tsavo West Excursion|
|DEPARTURE TIME||07.45 am|
|Minimum of 2 pax @Kes 41,775 pp.||4 pax @Kes 21,630 pp.|
|6 pax @Kes 14,915 pp.|
|8 pax @Kes 11,555 pp.|
|Minimum of 2 pax @Kes 42,805 pp.||4 pax @Kes 22,660 pp.|
|6 pax @Kes 15,945 pp.|
|8 pax @Kes 12,585 pp.|
|Minimum of 2 pax @US$ 516 pp.||4 pax @US$ 314 pp.|
|6 pax @US$ 247 pp.|
|8 pax @US$ 213 pp.|
DAY 1: Nairobi to Tsavo
Arise early in time to meet your tour guide, who will meet and assist you at an agreed and well communicated pick-up point (pick-up time is 7.45 am). Depart south for the Tsavo West National Park via the Nairobi-Mombasa highway. Transfer to your Tsavo camp/ lodge for lunch. Afternoon spent at leisure. Evening spent game viewing at the park. Return to your Tsavo camp/ lodge. Dinner and overnight at the Voyager Ziwani Camp/ Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge/ Severin Safari Camp.
DAY 2: Tsavo
Breakfast at 7.30 am and proceed to the park. Enjoy a refreshing morning game drive at the park. Also known as the land of lava, springs and man eaters, the Tsavo West National Park is located at the Kenyan Coast Province. Together with the adjoining Tsavo East National Park, ranches and protected areas, they comprise the Tsavo Conservation Area. Tsavo covers a total area of approximately 22,000 squared kms, being the largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world. The Nairobi-Mombasa highway and the railway divide it from the adjoining Tsavo East National Park. Attractions at the park include mountain/ hills for climbing, savanna bush and semi-arid scrub, acacia woodland, palm thickets, rivers, Lake Jipe, swamps at the lake, the Mzima Springs, lava flows and caves, over 500 bird species, diverse wildlife such as the red-skinned elephants, Eastern black rhino, Cape buffalo, hippo, leopard, Maasai lion, bush baby, hartebeest, lesser kudu, Maasai giraffe etc. Transfer to your Tsavo camp/ lodge for lunch. Afternoon spent at leisure. Activities include game viewing at the camp/ lodge, a guided nature/ bird walk (at a supplement), a visit to a local Akamba/ Maasai village/ a cultural visit (at a supplement), ample opportunities to acquire souvenirs, health and wellness (spa treatments) (at a supplement), indoor games, volcanic climbs and lava cave (s) exploration (extra charges may apply), learn how to track animals, about the ecosystem and the traditional way of life of the natives, swimming and relaxing by the pool. In the evening, enjoy a sundowner. Evening spent game viewing at the park. Return to your Tsavo camp/ lodge. Dinner and overnight at the Voyager Ziwani Camp/ Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge/ Severin Safari Camp.
DAY 3: Tsavo to Nairobi
Breakfast at 7.30 am and depart with your packed lunch for Mzima Springs. Mzima Springs is a beautiful oasis that comprises of four natural springs to the west of the park. The source of the springs is a natural reservoir under Chyulu Hills to the north of the park. Mzima, meaning alive in the Swahili Language is one of Tsavo’s most popular wildlife attractions, owing to its resident populations of hippos and the Nile crocodiles. Attractions/ activities at the springs include a guided botanical walk, the crystal clear water, hippos, the Nile crocodiles, the blue swirl of large fish and a scenic picnic lunch. Having concluded your safari, embark on a journey back to Nairobi. The drop-off point is the same as the pick-up point.