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3 Days Amboseli Private Safari

Amboseli safari Kairi Tours and Safaris

Ndovu Safari

Nairobi  – Amboseli – Nairobi/Arusha

Low Season; ( April, June, & November 2024):
1 Pax  PP $ 970 | 2 Pax $ 675 PP | 3-4 Pax $ 645 PP | 5 Pax $ 540 PP | 6-7 pax $ 525 PP
Peak season; (Jan, March, July – December 2024):
1 Pax $ 1150 PP | 2 Pax $ 850 PP | 3-4 Pax $ 730 PP | 5 Pax $ 665 PP | 6-7 pax $ 645 PP

3 Days &  2 Nights

Day 1: Nairobi – Amboseli

Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive to Amboseli National Park arriving Amboseli in time for lunch at AA LODGE or similar . Afternoon game drive in the park, a park famous for its big game and great scenic beauty whose entire landscape is dominated by Mt Kilimanjaro. Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Day 2: Amboseli Full Day Game Drive

Early morning pre-breakfast and head for full day game drive at 6.30am to 5pm, when you have the best chance to see the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro. All meals and overnight at the lodge.

Day 3: Amboseli/Nairobi or Arusha

After early breakfast, proceed for morning nature walk and visit to masai cultural village, later depart to Nairobi or Arusha

 

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Meet, Greet and Assist services.
  • Entrance Park fees
  • Full board accommodation while on Safari.
  • Game drives in the parks and game reserves visited.
  • A professional driver/guide.
  • Transport in a comfortable safari vehicle with a pop-up roof for game viewing
  • Drinking water while on safari.
     

PACKAGE EXCLUDES:

  • Tips to service providers (Highly Recommended)
  • Maasai cultural village visit and other optional activities.
  • All expenses of personal nature (e.g. drinks, laundry, optional activities, souvenirs etc.)
  • Drinks and any other item not specified above.
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