2 Weeks (14 days) Kenya Southern Beaches, Culture and National Parks’ Safari


This trip is meant at offering individuals a new experience of exploring different areas in Kenya. The 2 weeks trip will start from Kenya to the rift valley and then to the coastal side and then back to the Nairobi as it ends. I hope that you will have a good experience with us and you will make new and many memorable experiences.


  • Airport transfers
  • Park fees/charges
  • Pick and Drop Services
  • Drinking Water During the Safari/Tour
  • Outdoor activities (as per the itenerary)
  • Accommodation (as per the itenerary)
  • A professional driver/guide
  • Transportation; 4*4 Jeep, Van, or by air (as per the itenerary)
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • Meals; full board or half-board (as per the itenerary)
  • ** Any other inclusion as indicated in the itenerary
  • Insurance (where applicable)
  • International flights charges and fares
  • Tips and gifts to service providers
  • Any personal item that you may need during the tour
  • Additional government imposed taxes and/or park fees
  • Drinks and meals outside the tour package
  • Visa charges
  • Additional accommodation (as you may choose)
  • Any other charges that may arise in due time

Tour Amenities

Accepts Credit Cards
Car Parking
Free Coupons
Laundry service
Outdoor Seating
Smoking Allowed
Wireless Internet

Tour Plan

Upon arrival in Nairobi, you will meet your tour guide who will drive you and your group to Mombasa to begin the tour. Mombasa is an old city in the coastal side of Kenya. Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre in Mombasa, Kenya, helps over 100 artisans with different abilities overcome their physical limitations and become economically and socially integrated members of their communities by providing social benefits like a clinic, nursery school, social hall, sports, HIV prevention, and more. In 1987, Kenya's Physically Disabled Association bought Bombolulu.

Mombasa Marine National Park follows. Mombasa's marine park. 200-km reserve, 10-km park. Tourist attractions attract snorkelers and divers. Kenya's busiest marine park

Visit Mombasa's Haller Park after lunch. Quarry ecologies evolve. Haller Park's biodiversity attracts visitors.

Mamba Village wraps up. Crocodile, ostrich, and tortoise picnic. Handleable crocodiles Avoid harming the animal. Good restaurants offer many dishes. Hotel meal and rest.

Mombasa's Old Town. Native, Arab, Asian, Portuguese, and British people live at Mombasa Island's southeast coast's 72-hectare Old Town.

Fort Jesus' second day is busy. Mombasa Island's Fort Jesus Museum protects Portuguese East Africans. British protectorate imprisoned Fort. The National Museums of Kenya manages East Africa's Fort.

Nguuni Nature Sanctuary follows. The "out-of-Africa" Bamburi Cement Plant is 4 kilometers away. Rain-fed ponds have fish and birds. Leopard orchid-crowned doum palms cover the meadow. Perfect for family, friends, business, and school. Weddings are lovely. Eco-Safari.

Next, visit Jumba la Mtwana on Kenya's Indian Ocean coast near Mtwapa Creek in Malindi, Kilifi County, north of Mombasa.

Accommodation: Tulia House

You will leave Mombasa early in the morning at 7 am for Shimba Hills. After arriving at the Shimba Hills National Reserve, you will immediately begin your game viewing drive for the morning. You are need to keep a sharp eye out for endangered species such as the Sable Antelope, Elephants, Giraffes, and possibly Leopards, Civet Cats, Monkeys, and Shrews. For those interested in bird watching, there have been more than one hundred kinds of birds reported, some of which are the ostrich, eagle, African hawk, and honey guide.

You will continue your exploration of the Shimba hills on foot, where our guide will accompany us as we climb to the Shedrick Falls and marvel at the water falling over the rocks. This journey will take around half an hour. After that, you are going to make a stop at the Shimba Hills Green Safari resort, which is where we are going to have lunch and enjoy the views of the surrounding area from the vantage points of the lodge. We'll start the travel back to your hotel or apartment after the tour is through, and that's where the tour will officially come to a close.

You should get up and get breakfast at the Kya Kinondo as soon as you can. Kinondo Kwetu, the residence of Ida and Filip Andersson, a Swedish family with ties to the famous Baron Blixen, is a haven for visitors seeking a more intimate Kenyan coast experience. Kinondo Kwetu is a modest, all-inclusive resort that provides more than just the usual lodgings, food, and services; it also provides the rare luxury of solitude, independence, and rest.

Situated south of Diani, Kinondo Kwetu is a secluded private beach that is separated from its residential neighbors by steep cliffs and miles of sandy beach. Kinondo Kwetu can accommodate up to 38 people in its many styles of housing, all of which are surrounded by verdant shady gardens and are located just a few steps from the white sand beach.

The activities available at Kinondo Kwetu are extensive, ranging from watersports like kitesurfing and deep sea fishing to land activities like game drives in the adjacent Shimba Hills, horseback riding, and yoga weeks.

National Museum) because of the sacred trees and mountains that surround it.

The morning and afternoon of a full day are devoted to watching the game. The Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary in Kenya is a private refuge for exotic animals that is at the base of the Taita Hills and shares a boundary with Tsavo West National Park. It has stunning natural landscapes, high-end resorts, rare vegetation, a plethora of wildlife, and a rich history and culture. Visitors to the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary can take in breathtaking vistas of the scenic Taita Hills and the surrounding countryside, including infinite grass plains and wooded ecosystems. Wild and remote eco-safaris, day visits to local traditional towns, and fascinating guided nature walks are just some of the amazing wilderness activities available to tourists at the sanctuary. Hundreds of different species of birds and mammals call this place home, including the endangered African elephant, leopard, lion, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, hartebeest, impala, waterbuck, and Cape buffalo. Spend the night at the inn (BLD). After the activities aredone you will go back to your hotel in Mombasa

At 6:00 in the morning, we will pick you up from your accommodation to begin your three day safari in Tsavo East. After passing through the entrance to Tsavo East National Park, the safari game drive will commence as you look for wildlife on the way to your lodge. The dusty red elephant herds, maleness lions, leopards, cheetah, giraffe, buffalo, and other plains species can all be found at Tsavo, one of the world's largest wildlife reserves at 22,000Km2. When we help you settle comfortably at Lion Hill Safari Lodge (or a comparable establishment), you may take it easy with lunch on us.

Around 16:00, we'll keep watching for wildlife and taking pictures of anything interesting we find. Before to nightfall, you will have dinner at the lodge and spend the night there. At 06:30 in the morning, after a hearty breakfast at the lodge, set out on a game drive in search of any wild animals or big cats that may have emerged overnight. After the game drive, guests at the property will enjoy a hearty breakfast. We will return to Nairobi and drop you off at your hotel or at the airport so you can catch your flight to Mombasa after breakfast.

Pickup in the wee hours for a trip to the Maasai Mara. If you have fewer than five hours, you can make the drive from Maasai Mara to Amboseli National Park on Mount Kilimanjaro. Following your safari, you will return to your lodge for lunch. Come on in to the hotel. There should be more afternoon gaming sessions! You can get some great pictures of elephants, lions, cheetahs, and buffalo in the marsh around Mount Kilimanjaro. Stay in Amboseli Serena Lodge or AA Lodge for the night after dinner.

After an early morning safari, guests returned to the lodge for breakfast. After breakfast, you can check out and continue your game drive in the afternoon while eating a picnic lunch. The park of Amboseli in Kenya receives more visitors than any other in the country. Amboseli, whose name means "salty dust" in Maasai, is a fantastic location for seeing elephant herds of all sizes. Five different ecosystems are available for tourists to explore in this area: the savannah, woodlands, wetlands with sulphur springs, and the dried-up Lake Amboseli. until 12 o'clock. Less than five hours separate your exit from the park and the heart of Nairobi. We'll drive you directly to your lodgings.

Accommodation: Amboseli Eco camp (Or any other facility, within the tour budget subject to availability)

This morning, after breakfast with your tour guide, you'll transfer to your vehicle and drive to Malindi. As two of the oldest settlements in Kenya, Mombasa and Malindi provide some stunning backdrops for the journey. The Vasco da Gama Pillar and the Gede ruins will be the first stops once you land in Malindi. Your tour guide will provide an in-depth explanation of the background of all of the attractions. The next stop is the stunning Arabuko Sokoke Forest, home to a wide variety of animals. Those who are interested will have the opportunity to try out water sports including surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, and kiteboarding in the afternoon. You should then head to your hotel for some rest and dinner.

When you've had breakfast on day two, it's time to meet your guide for a rundown of the day's itinerary. The rest of the day is yours to do as you want, whether that be lounging in the sun on the white sand beaches, exploring Wasini Island, scuba diving, or partaking in any number of other water-based pursuits. The Marafa Depression is another stunning location that you'll get to see during your trip. You will spend the evening at Golden Beach, basking in the wind before your early morning departure. Dinner and an overnight stay at the hotel are included of this deal.

Northern Kenyan town of Lamu is known for its early morning breakfast service. Lamu Old Town's intricate design makes first-time navigation difficult. We're just going for a casual stroll around the neighborhood to take in the sights. The moonlight will reflect off the sails of the dhow as you sail away. One might find a special type of joy while sailing the Lamu Archipelago in a classic dhow. We'll soon be on our way, as it's almost time for lunch. Right after lunch, you'll board a boat and head to Manda Island. You will return to the Banana House and Healing Centre after a day of sightseeing.

The trip's first communal breakfast will be on Day 2. You should begin your exploration of the city by visiting the market, fort, and museum. This medium provides a fun and informative window into the past. Lamu's native lunch alternatives are highly recommended. All the seafood here is fresh, healthy, and easy on the digestive system. The destination of the journey is a sanctuary for abused and neglected equines. You will return to Nairobi and check out of the hotel once your safari is done. The trip has come to an end now you will leave for Nairobi an later departure to various destinations.

Accommodation: Amu House

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