PRICING:
US$1650 in Low Season to US$2390 in High Season per person sharing.

On this luxury four night safari, guests will be introduced to Kenya's Amboseli National Park, which embodies five main wildlife habitats: open plains; acacia woodland; rocky thorn bush; swamps and marshlands.

The melting snows of Kilimanjaro flow underground into the park and continually feeds water to springs, swamps, and marshes providing much needed hydration. This fragile ecosystem supports an impressive wildlife variety, with more than 50 mammal species. This Park is known for huge wandering herds of elephants whose silhouettes decorate the flat landscape. Amboseli's elephants are said to be the biggest in Kenya and can be found in the swamps where they share the cool waters with the hippos that hide beneath the papyrus.

Days 1 to 2: The Norfolk Hotel, Nairobi

After arriving at the airport in Kenya's capital city, Nairobi, guests will be transferred by road to Fairmont the Norfolk Hotel, which is one of Kenya's finest hotels set in its own tranquil and private gardens, only a short distance from the city centre. The hotel is still the traditional starting point for Kenyan safaris and the Lord Delamere Terrace is modern Nairobi's most renowned meeting place.

All 165 rooms at Fairmont The Norfolk hotel are luxuriously furnished and have plush carpeting with deep, velour soft furnishings. A variety of activities are available in the area to keep children and guests entertained including a visit to the Elephant Orphanage, Karen Blixen Museum, Daphne Sheldrick Animal Orphanage, The Matbronze Art Gallery and Foundry, Kazuri Beads, and Nairobi National Park.


Days 2 to 5: Porini Amboseli Camp, Amboseli National Park

After a pleasant evening spent in the comforts of Nairobi's Norfolk Hotel, guests can prepare to experience the traditional Masai safari. A road transfer will transport guests from Nairobi into Amboseli National Park where their accommodation for the next 3 nights is located. This Park, famous for hosting Africa's largest elephants will be explored via day and night game drives, sundown walks with Masai guides and a visit to the traditional local village.

Porini Amboseli Camp is situated in the Selenkay Conservation Area near the northern boundary of Amboseli National Park in Kenya. The 9 luxury safari tents are delicately positioned under the Acacia Tortilis trees. The large comfortable tents are furnished with double or single beds, solar electric lights and an ensuite bathroom with safari shower and flush toilet.


Day 5: Depart back to Nairobi Airport.

After breakfast and morning activities, guests are transferred by road back to Nairobi airport in time for their onward travel arrangements.