2-Night Amboseli Flying Safari From Nairobi

2-Night Amboseli Flying Safari From Nairobi
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$1490
Duration: 2 days
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Description

Amboseli National Park, at the foot of Africa's highest mountain, 5,895m Kilimanjaro, is one of the most popular of Kenya's national parks. It lies some 240 km south-east of Nairobi very close to the Tanzania border. The snowcapped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro rising above a saucer of clouds dominates every aspect of Amboseli. Gazetted as a national park in 1974 it covers only 392 sq km but despite its small size and its fragile ecosystem it supports a wide range of mammals (well over 50 of the larger species) and birds (over 400 species). Years ago this was the locale around which such famous writers as Ernest Hemingway and Robert Ruark spun their stories of big-game hunting in the wilds of Africa.

Day 1
Pick up from your hotel and transfer to Wilson Airport for your morning flight to Amboseli National Park. Met at the airstrip and transferred to your lodge/camp with a game drive en-route arriving in time for lunch. Afternoon game viewing. Overnight at lodge/camp of your choice.


Day 2
Full day on game drive with all meals and overnight in your lodge/camp.

Day 3
After breakfast, transfer to Amboseli Airstrip for your early morning flight back to Nairobi arriving at around 09:15 hours. Be transferred to your hotel/airport.

Amboseli National Park, at the foot of Africa's highest mountain, 5,895m Kilimanjaro, is one of the most popular of Kenya's national parks. It lies some 240 km south-east of Nairobi very close to the Tanzania border. The snowcapped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro rising above a saucer of clouds dominates every aspect of Amboseli. Gazetted as a national park in 1974 it covers only 392 sq km but despite its small size and its fragile ecosystem it supports a wide range of mammals (well over 50 of the larger species) and birds (over 400 species). Years ago this was the locale around which such famous writers as Ernest Hemingway and Robert Ruark spun their stories of big-game hunting in the wilds of Africa.