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Tsavo East Aruba Ashnil Safari tour - 2 Days

See those wildlife wonders

Tour Prices

Standard
fr £205pp

Valid between:

  • 01/01/2017 - 15/12/2017

Rates based on twinshare


Price includes

  • 1 night accommodation on Full Board Basis
  • Afternoon and morning Game Drives
  • Return transfers from Mombasa Hotel

Not included

  • International flights & visas

International flights not included unless otherwise stated

While spending a holiday in Kenya it is important to take at least one safari - an experience that will live with you forever. And this short trip from Mombasa out to the Tsavo East National Park is a great way to get a taste for wildlife viewing. You have every chance of seeing some or all of the Big Five - lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant - as you go on game drives. This two day safari makes a great add on to any African adventure.

Full Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Mombasa to Tsavo East

After an early breakfast in your hotel, meet your driver/guide and head north along the main highway towards Nairobi, following the route of the railway line built by the British, late in the 19th century. Then you climb steadily into the vast plains of Tsavo East National Park. Here the roof of your bus will be opened and the safari begins. Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya, and you arrive at the Aruba Ashnil Lodge in time for lunch. After relaxing set off on your afternoon game drive returning to the lodge as the sun sets.

Accommodation: Standard Aruba Ashnil Lodge

Day 2: Tsavo East to Mombasa

Take an early morning game drive returning to the lodge for breakfast. Then you are driven back to your beach hotel in Mombasa in time for lunch. Mombasa is Kenya's main tourist destination and has wonderful beaches along the Indian Ocean. It boasts a tropical climate all year and has activities for all the family. In this friendly city you can also visit the historic ruins of Forte Jeses de Mombaca and the old town with its many examples of Portuguese and Islamic architecture.