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1 Day Shimba Hills

Also known as “the Sable Antelope Paradise”, the Shimba Hills National reserves boasts of being home to other wildlife such s elephants, giraffes, bushy tailed mongoose and fruit bats. This Shimba Hills Day Tour begins at 8:00 a.m. from the south coast hotels.


3 Days Camping Trip in The Great Rift Valley

Enjoy a 3 day camping trip to the Great Rift Valley in Kenya by combining luxurious camping and comfortable lodge accommodation.

The Great Rift Valley is part of an intra-continental ridge system that runs through Kenya from north to south.

The valley contains a series of volcanoes, some of which are still active.

It also contains numerous lakes, such as lake Nakuru, the one famous for its flamingos.

This safari is perfect for solo adventurers, students and small groups of people.

Safari starts and ends in Mombasa.

Day 1: Depart Mombasa for Mt. Longonot

On the early morning of day 1 we depart Mombasa and head to Mt. Longonot National Park by flight.

We arrive at later in the day and begin our tour.

Refreshments will be provided immediately upon arrival.

Meal plan: Lunch and dinner.

Dinner and overnight at your Mt. Longonot lodge/tented camp.

Highlights of this tour include: views of Mt. Longonot, the magnificent Lake Naivasha, Major wildlife attractions such as buffaloes, elands, lion, leopard, bushbucks, common zebra, giraffe and Grant’s gazelles.

Day 2: Mt. Longonot – Lake Elementaita

Enjoy an early morning game drive at Mt. Longonot National Park.

Return for late breakfast.

Relax a bit and then depart for Lake Elementaita after lunch.

Meal plan: Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Dinner and overnight at your L. Elementaita Lodge/tented camp.

Highlights of this tour include: The “Kekopey” hot springs, zebras, gazelle, elands and warthogs at L. Elementaita. Also, there are over 100 species of migratory birds, including the African Spoonbill, Black-Necked Grebe, Yellow Billed Stork, Gull Billed Tern, Pied Avocet, Black Winged Stilt, and Grey-Headed Gull.

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