Day 1: Tsavo East N.P. – Sentrim Tarhi Camp
We pick you up from your hotel or Airport and drive directly to Tsavo East National Park, home of the “Red Elephants” and also the largest National Park in Kenya. On arrival at the first gate we will check in and immediately we will start or first game viewing in the famous park. We will continue with the game drives to reach the Sentrim Tarhi camp in time for Lunch. After lunch we will have some short time to rest before we get back to the park for evening game drives which will take us to areas like the Aruba Dam which is a manmade dam drawing its waters from Voi River attracting thirsty animals which come to take water from it. We also have a diversity of resident bird species which includes hornbills, eagles, kingfishers, weavers, bustards, storks and marabou. As sun is going down we return to the Sentrim Tarhi camp for dinner and overnight.
We will do an early morning game drive in the park then come back for breakfast, after breakfast we drive to Lumo wildlife sanctuary arriving in time for lunch. After lunch and a short rest, we will do game drives in this wildlife sanctuary which is a community based conservation area .Game drives will be extended to Taita hills game sanctuary also, this game sanctuaries hosts most of the animals likely to be seen in Tsavo west National park. As the sun is going down we get back to the tented lodge for dinner and overnight.
In this day we will have early morning game drives in these sanctuaries then come back for breakfast then there after depart and start our transfer back to the coast. On our way back we have lunch at the Lion Hill Camp and enjoy the magnificent view from the highest elevation of Tsavo East National Park (662m). We then take you to your accommodation at the beach.
- All park entrance fees
- All game drives and transfers in a good customary minibus or Land cruiser on safari
- Unlimited game drives up to 6pm (sundown)
- Breakfast (B) / lunch (L) / dinner (D) as indicated
- Accommodation in a double room in mentioned accommodations or similar
- Local English speaking driver guide.
- Enough bottled water each day
- Detailed travel information.
- International flight
- Visa for Kenya (about USD 50)