With a spectacular backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro just over the border in Tanzania, Amboseli National Park is a wonderful safari destination, especially for anyone who is particularly interested in elephants. And staying at a small camp in a canvas dome tent both saves money and adds excitement and adventure to your safari in this spectacular Park.
The camp is sited in the 15,000 acre private Selenkay Conservancy, which has a wealth of wildlife waiting to be discovered. All the big cats are here as well as elephants, large numbers of giraffes, zebra, and antelopes. There are also less common animals which may be seen such as the lesser kudu and African wildcat.
This 3 night package includes morning and evening game drives in a 4x4 safari vehicle in the conservancy, night drives and escorted nature walks with Masai guides and a visit to a Masaai village, as well as a full day game drive into the Amboseli National Park itself.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the dining tent and a picnic lunch is provided for the full day safari into the Amboseli National Park.
All you need to bring is your own sleeping bag and a towel - and your sense of adventure!
Arrive into Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
After you have had your passports stamped by the Immigrations Officer, proceed to the Baggage Hall to collect your luggage and then go through Customs and exit the building onto the street outside, where our representative will be waiting to meet you, holding a signboard displaying your name. He will introduce you to your driver and you will then be transferred to Wilson Airport.
At Wilson Airport, you will board the morning flight to the Selenkay Airstrip. Please note that there is a baggage restriction of 15 kg per person and you have to have a 'soft' bag (for easy storage in the plane).
Safarilink 11 (Light Aircraft): Fly from Wilson Airport (WIL) departing at 07:30 to Selenkay Airstrip, arriving at 09:00
You will be met at the airstrip and transferred to your safari camp in the private Selenkay Conservancy, an important wildlife dispersal area for wildlife moving out of Amboseli National Park. The private conservation area ensures the best possible game viewing in proper off-road safari vehicles, off the beaten track and away from other tourist vans and minibuses. On one day you will venture into the Amboseli National Park, which is most famous for its elephant population, where herds of up to 100 can be seen on game drives, along with buffalo, wildebeest, giraffe, zebra, impala and warthog. Not surprisingly, never far away from these herds of grazers are lion, leopard, cheetah, jackal, hyena and serval cat. The birdlife is also extremely good, with over 400 bird species recorded, including over 40 birds of prey. You will also have the opportunity to visit a local Maasai village.
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