Our Most Popular Safaris
“ The "red elephants" of Kenya's Tsavo East National Park owe their color to the red soil, which they roll in as a dirt bath.more...
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This safari is a great first time experience.
Ask anyone what colour an elephant should be and you may get a raised eyebrow (or two) but the answer will normally be grey or greyish. Red would almost certainly not be the answer. Yet in the Kenyan National Park of Tsavo East you will find red elephants aplenty.
The reason for their red colour is the dusty soil of Tsavo which the elephants regularly partake of dust baths. The dust serves as an important anaesthetic to protect the elephant’s skin. It also has the added bonus of shining up their tusks in to an almost silver appearance.
On this very special Safari you will encounter these majestic animals as well as many lions, cheetahs, antelopes, giraffes to name but a few, along with a large variety of bird-life.
Tsavo East - Lions Bluff
“ They are perhaps the world’s most notorious wild lions.more...
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Tsavo Lions and More
They are perhaps the world’s most notorious wild lions. Their ancestors were vilified more than 100 years ago as The Man-Eaters of Tsavo.
In 1898, two lions terrorized crews constructing a railroad bridge over the Tsavo River, killing—according to some estimates—135 people. “Hundreds of men fell victim to these savage creatures, whose very jaws were steeped in blood,” wrote a worker on the railway, a project of the British colonial government. “Bones, flesh, skin and blood, they devoured all, and left not a trace behind them.”
Tsavo male lions look different to their cousins in the Mara. The most vigorous Mara males sport large dark manes, while in Tsavo they have short, thin manes or none at all.
Tsavo is hotter and drier than the Mara, and a male with a heavy mane would squander his daily water allowance simply panting under a bush, with none to spare for patrolling his territory, hunting or finding mates.
Add to this the diversity of Tsavos' wild life, then this is a Safari not to be missed.
Secrets of Tsavo
“ Tsavo East, Tsavo West, Shetani Lava Flows, Rhino Sanctuary and Mzima Springsmore...
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The Sheer Size Will Leave You Breathless
The sheer scale of Tsavo gives the visitor a chance to really get away from it all, and to explore the wild in total solitude. On safari here you will see large herds of Elephant, their hides often a luminous red with dust, as well as Lion, Buffalo, Eland, Giraffe Impala, Kudu and possibly Rhinoceros.
Tsavo is a birdwatcher’s paradise with numerous species of weavers, hornbills, sunbirds, rollers and raptors commonly seen. One of Tsavos’ most interesting geographical features is the Lugard Falls, where white water rages through a series of spectacular rock formations.
Also not to be missed is the volcanic Mzima springs. These natural springs produce 50 million gallons of fresh sparkling water daily. These waters are alive with shoals of barbel and Hippopotamus and waterfowl.
A unique underwater observatory has been built that gives you an incredible view of this crystal clear underwater world, where massive hippos glide silently through swirling shoals of barbel.
Treasures of Sanctuaries
“ Ngutuni Sanctuary, Lumo Sanctuary and Taita Hills Sanctuarymore...
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Ngutuni Lodge is a safari lodge located in a 10,000 acre private game sanctuary. It is surrounded by Tsavo East National Park and overlooks a water hole which has a constant stream of animal visitors.
Ngutuni is a great place to relax and enjoy the peaceful surroundings, and most visitors choose to do some game viewing in the early morning and late afternoon (this is generally the best time to see the animals).
A sun-downer overlooking the waterhole is a relaxing way to enjoy the early evening. After a sumptuous buffet dinner, take some time to enjoy the quietness of the African bush under star-lit skies.
Be amazed how close the animals will come as the evening twilight turns to gold, a very special moment for you to savour
2 Days Maasai Mara
Fly by light aircraft from Mombasa
to The Maasai Mara
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Fly Me to The Maasai Mara
Safari holidays in Kenya conjure images of wildebeest thundering across the Maasai Mara and this all comes true with our two day air safari to The Mara!
Immerse yourself in these game rich plains; be amazed at the abundance of wild life from the smallest Meerkat to the largest Lion.
This two day fly-in safari gives you everything you need for a really enjoyable stay in one of Africas’ best game reserves and with less time spent travelling, you get more time for spotting all these different animals.
The Mara wildlife reserves will exceed your every expectation as the thrill of tracking the ‘Big Five’ takes over your mind, body and soul.
Shadow of Kilimanjaro
“ 3 Nights Tsavo East, Amboseli and Tsavo West National Parksmore...
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Kilimanjaro and the land of The Lion King
Taking in both Tsavo East & Tsavo West together with the Amboseli National Park, this is a wonderful safari experience.
With such a wide variation of natural landscape ranging from, the terracotta red soil of Tsavo to the imperious shadow cast across the plains of Amboseli by Kilimanjaro. This Safari will leave wanting you to come back time and time again.
The wild life is in abundance, the bird life bright and varied and the flora and fauna exasperating.
The Amboseli basin is fed by springs that provide a permanent source of water during the dry season, while the river systems north of the basin form a seasonal flood plain that is used by migratory animals during the rainy seasons.