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Night Curfew is now from 11pm to 3am for a further 60 days
The Government of Kenya lifts the suspension of international flights entering and departing the country on August 1st.
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Home to the International Camel Derby The Northern Frontier District. You will traverse along some of Africa’s worst roads, see beautiful mountain forest surrounded on all sides by hot dusty deserts, eventually arriving at our camp on the shores of the Jade Sea (Lake Turkana). Ours is the only camp situated right on the beach of the lake with spectacular views of the South Island. The camp comprises 12 double traditional Turkana palm leaf huts, a dinning/lounge, kitchen, showers and toilets. Our 20-seat boat is based here and is available for sunset cruises and our visit to Elmoro Bay some 12 kms to the north. You will see a great variety of tribes during the tour and cross the Chalbi Desert if dry. During the rains it becomes an enormous shallow lake.
All safaris depart with either the 24 seater trucks or 4x4 wheel drive land cruisers or Land rovers
Pick up at 6.00a.m from hotel drive about 100km along the Tarmac road in the direction of Nairobi. Enter the Famous Tsavo National Park, which began around the turn of the century when the Kenya-Uganda Railway and Tsavo Bridge were built.
It was then that this territory was declared to be a national Park because of its abundance of Wildlife.
Tsavo is well known for its population of Red Elephants, Buffaloes, Zebras, Giraffes, Warthogs, Waterbucks, Ostrich, Impalas and Many types of Gazelles.
Occasionally Lions and Cheetahs may be seen.
Aquatic birds will be seen at Aruba. A wide variety of animals are usually in the Vicinity of the Dam offering a good opportunity for Photographs.
Proceed to Amboseli arriving in the evening.
Dinner and overnight at Amboseli Serena Lodge / Kibo Safari Camp or similar
Early morning game drive in Amboseli National Park.
Elephants, Lions, Buffaloes, Wildebeests and different species of birds could be seen with the background of Africa’s highest Mt. Mountain.
Further game drives after breakfast enroute to Tsavo West National Park arriving in time for lunch.
Afternoon at leisure.
Evening game drive in search for the lions, leopards, Elephants among other wildlife.
Dinner and Overnight at Kilaguni Serena Lodge / Ngulia Safari Lodge or Similar