2 Days Tsavo East National Park from Diani/Mombasa Beach Hotel
There’s nothing like surf ’n safari and this short tour from the beach hits all the high points of Kenya’s largest National Park.Just a few hours from the coast you could be rumbling over the savannah in your Jeep, searching for lions, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and the wonderland of wildlife in this special park.
- 2 Days
- Age 2+
- Tsavo East National Park
- Park Fees
- 1 Night Accomodation on Full Board
- Bottle of water
- Professional driver guide
- Transport in 4x4 land cruiser
- Government tax and levies
- Air fares
- Personal Equipment
- Optional Activities
Meal Plan: Lunch, Dinner.
We’ll be up early for a busy safari day, traveling along the Mombasa Nairobi Road.
We’ll arrive at Tsavo East mid-morning, with plenty of time for a game drive before lunch. On these broad plains, we’ll be looking for some of the largest elephant herds in Kenya. Don’t be surprised if these enormous creatures are reddish in color. That’s from rolling in the red-dust soil of the park.
You’ll enjoy a leisurely lunch and learn the finer points of game watching from your expert driver/guide. Any questions or concerns during your safari – just ask your guide. He’s always happy to help.
In the afternoon, as the park cools down and the animals emerge from their resting spots, looking to feed and drink, we’ll head out on another game drive. Look for antelope, zebra, and giraffe and of course, the big cats.
Dinner and Overnight at the Safari Lodge or Camp of your choice.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch.
There’s nothing like rising at the crack of dawn to witness the animals emerging into the day. We like to call this the “Lady M Safaris Experience” – a beautiful and inspiring moment, especially as the African sunrise lights up the plains.
We’ll try to get in some big game sightings before heading back for a rewarding breakfast. After a little relaxing, we’ll check out of our accommodations, but the game viewing isn’t over yet!
We’ll head out to Tsavo watering holes at Mudanda Rock and the Aruba Dam. The waters are a natural draw for antelope, impala, waterbuck, elephant, and many others.
We’ll head back to the Kenya coast with stories of our sightings and memories. You should arrive at your hotel or resort at about 17:00 hrs.