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Spot big game on this safari over the open plains of Amboseli National Park, returning in the evenings to the comfort of your own luxury tent. With the quintessential African landscape as your backdrop, head out in search of lions, elephants, rhinos and other large animals, and meet the famous semi-nomadic Masai. Enjoy Africa at its best, in one of Kenya's classic (and most breathtaking) parks.
- Entrance and game drives in Amboseli National Park
- All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
- 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners. (Allow USD20-25 for meals and drinks not included.)
- 7-seat 4x4 safari van.
- Chief Experience Officer (CEO) certified safari guide/driver.
- Comfort tented camp (2 nts).
Day 1Nairobi/Amboseli Game Reserve(1L, 1D)
Venture south to the famed Amboseli National Park. Stop at the lodge to enjoy lunch before beginning the safari in search of lions, elephants, rhinos, and other large game.
Day 2Amboseli Game Reserve(1B, 1L, 1D)
Full day to enjoy Africa at its best - countless wildlife encounters through open plains punctuated with flat-topped acacia trees.
Day 3Amboseli Game Reserve/Nairobi(1B)
Rise early for a final morning game drive. Return to Nairobi in the late afternoon, tour ends upon arrival.
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