Watch the elephants and Mt. Kilimanjaro at this 2-night road safari to Amboseli National Park with Vacay Holiday Deals.

Amboseli National Park is the best place to view free-ranging elephants in all of Africa.

Elephants can’t have enough of the swampy lands at Amboseli National Park and they share these with hippos, waterbucks and other large mammals.

This park also hosts Burchell’s zebras, gazelles, warthogs, Maasai giraffes, impalas, lions, cheetahs, and baboons.

There is also a wide variety of bird species; the Egyptian goose, Maasai ostrich, Goliath herons, pygmy falcon, vultures, flamingos and other waterbirds.

All these sights may be enjoyed from any of the following accommodation choices.

Kibo Safari Camp

Kibo Safari Camp is 5 minutes away from the Amboseli National Park entrance.

From here, you will see the magnificent Mt. Kilimanjaro and wild animals wandering around the perimeter.

This camp has self-contained tents with hot showers, flush toilets, and beds that have been locally made using bush logs.

You will enjoy the buffet meals served at the open terraced restaurant overlooking Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Later, Maasai Morans will entertain you at the bonfire with traditional song and dance.

Newlyweds may have private poolside dinners under the open skies or tailor make their requests to the camp manager.

Ol Tukai Lodge

Ol Tukai Lodge has excellent scenic views of Mt Kilimanjaro, elephants, and wild animals every waking moment.

Entertainment is offered by Maasai morans after exquisite dinners and all rooms have fans and mosquito nets offering views of the wetlands or Mt. Kilimanjaro.

You can watch the wildlife as you sip your delicious cocktails, smoothies and fruit punch from the Elephant Bar if you are not up for a game drive.

Other activities that you can enjoy at this lodge in Amboseli are birdwatching and visits to local Maasai villages.

AA Lodge Amboseli

Guests wake up to beautiful melodies from the birds in Amboseli National Park every morning.

You will see Mt. Kilimanjaro from your room as you get ready for a day of exploration.

You can sunbathe by the pool or get a relaxing massage during your break from game viewing and in the evening, listen to the Maasai recount their experiences as they sing and dance.

Rooms at AA lodge are elegantly furnished and feature private bathrooms with hot water, wardrobe, reading table, safe and private balcony.

You will be treated to a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning. Bush, poolside barbecues, and moonlit dinners may also be arranged.

Rates include:

  • The rates are per person sharing
  • Return shared transport from Nairobi
  • 2 nights accommodation on full board basis
  • Daily shared game drives in a pop roof tour van
  • Services of a professional guide
  • Bottled water during safari
  • All hotel taxes and levies

Rates exclude:

  • Park entry fees: Ksh 860 per adult and Ksh 215 per child per night
  • Tips and activities
  • Any activities not mentioned above

Watch free-ranging elephants with Vacay Holiday Deals. Book now.






Kibo Safari Camp 1st Sep – 20thDec Kshs. 28,750 Full Board
  21st – 31stDec Kshs. 30,750
Ol Tukai Lodge 1st Sep – 31st Oct Kshs. 34,250
  1st Nov – 22ndDec Kshs. 30,960
AA Lodge Amboseli 1st Sep – 22ndDec Kshs. 23,050
  23rd – 31ST Dec Kshs. 28,000


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