Kenyan Savanna and Ocean Safari in Amboseli, Tsavo and Diani Beach

Try some of East Africa jewels. Go on a safari in the magnificent Tsavo National Park and experience the abundant wildlife of the Amboseli swamps. Crown your adventure by the ocean on the beautiful Diani Beach, a soothing end to a great Kenyan Safari adventure. An unforgettable experience with the perfect mix of wildlife safaris and a relaxing beach getaway. It’s the ideal choice for those who appreciate a bit of everything that Africa has to offer. Experience the beauty of Kenya on our savanna and ocean safari.

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Diverse wildlife and incredible landscapes in Tsavo National Park

View Mount Kilimanjaro and elephant herds in Amboseli National Park

Visit Diani Beach and its pristine beaches and marine activities

Learn about the wildlife and surroundings from expert guides

Quality accommodations and comfortable travel

A Spectacular Journey in Kenya’s Wild Heart

Prepare for an extraordinary East African safari that perfectly combines the best of the Kenyan wildlife excitements and beachside relaxation.

Our savanna and ocean safari starts at Amboseli National Park, famous for its stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, and large herds of elephants and other wildlife, including giraffes, zebras, and lions.

The adventure continues to the majestic Tsavo National Park, divided into East and West, home to diverse wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, and hippos. The West Tsavo hosts stunning landscapes, including the Mzima Springs and the Shetani lava flows. Whilst the East Tsavo is known for the gorgeous Galana River and the Yatta Plateau.


Conclude Your Safari with Soul-Nourishing at Diani Beach

The journey takes you on a last, but not least, stop at the tranquil Diani Beach, allowing you to catch your breath after an eventful adventure under the palm trees by white sandy beaches and clear turquoise water. This is the perfect ending where you can switch from fast-paced safaris on land, to snorkeling and scuba diving among the marine miracles beneath the surface. Embark on an ocean safari and discover the world beneath the surface.

English-speaking expert will make sure you get an intimate meeting with Kenya’s natural beauty and wildlife. The itinerary ensures comfort with cozy accommodations and includes a convenient flight from Diani to Nairobi. Additional travel options to Tanzania and Zanzibar are recommended for those seeking further adventures.


Designed for Adventure and Relaxation Without Compromise

This itinerary is meticulously tailored for those who wish for both an experiential adventure and soul-soothing relaxation without having to choose one over the other. With this travel plan, you are welcome to enjoy the best of both worlds!

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Day 1


Pick up from the hotel or airport in Nairobi and commence the drive to Amboseli National Park which is famous for its scenery with a backdrop of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, which dominates the landscape, and open plains. Arrive with more game drive proceeding to your lodge for check-in, time for lunch. Check in at the Lodge, have lunch, and have a short rest. Enjoy an afternoon game drive in search of the park’s popular residents like well-known predators and their opponents, like the Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe, and Hippo with a view of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Overnight Sentrim Amboseli Lodge (Full Board) or Similar.

Day 2


Breakfast at the lodge and at 7 am, drive out to Tsavo West National Park with a game viewing en route to the lodge for check-in and lunch.

Tsavo West is a more popular destination on account of its magnificent scenery, Mzima Springs, rich and varied wildlife, good road system, rhino reserve, rock climbing potential, and guided walks along the Tsavo River. Arrive in time for lunch, and check in at rhino valley. You will have lunch and a short rest before you go for the afternoon game drive. Return later to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Overnight at Kilaguni Lodge (Full Board) or Similar.

Day 3


Early morning game drives in Tsavo West. Later, have breakfast and check out, and drive to Tsavo East National Park arriving in time for lunch at the lodge. After lunch, proceed with an afternoon game drive.

Overnight at Voi Wildlife Lodge (Full Board) or Similar.

Day 4


Early morning game drive in Tsavo East National Park. Later, check out and drive to Diani Beach arriving in the evening with a drop-off at your hotel.

Overnight at Neptune Village Beach Resort or Southern Palm Beach Resort (all inclusive meal plan) or Similar.

Day 5


Spend the day relaxing and swimming at the beach.

Overnight at Neptune Village Beach Resort or Southern Palm Beach Resort (all inclusive meal plan) or Similar.

Day 6


Spend the day relaxing and swimming at the beach.

Overnight at Neptune Village Beach Resort or Southern Palm Beach Resort (all inclusive meal plan) or Similar.

Day 7


Breakfast at the resort and thereafter transfer to the airport for your flight to Nairobi. Upon arrival in Nairobi, connect to your home-bound flight.

Discover Kenya’s Majestic Nature: Ultimate Safari and Beach Retreat

If If you love nature, wildlife, and stunning landscapes, then Amboseli National Park, Tsavo West National Park, Tsavo East National Park, and Diani Beach are definitely must-see destinations. Our savanna and ocean safari will take you to some of the most beautiful places in Kenya. Here’s a couple of things that you can expect during your safari:

  • Knowledgeable English-speaking guide will not only track down the wildlife but also enrich your experience with inspirational insights about each of the national park’s nature and inhabitants.
  • The combination of safari and beach offers a perfect experience of the wonders of Kenya.
  • Flying back to Nairobi from Diani beach means avoid driving all the way back.
  • Stay in comfortable accommodations that are full of character.


From Kilimanjaro’s Shadows to Diani’s Shores

You will check off several African wonders from you bucket list with this carefully crafted Kenyan travel plan! Amboseli National Park, your first stop, is a host of stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro and large herds of elephants and other wildlife, including giraffes, zebras, and lions.

Tsavo West National Park is home to diverse wildlife and a place where you will find yourself in stunning landscapes, including the Mzima Springs and the Shetani lava flows. Tsavo East National Park is one of the largest wildlife reserves in Kenya and home to a wide variety of animals. It’s also famous for its magical scenery such as the Galana River and the Yatta Plateau.

You will be happy to check of a white sandy African beach off your list as well! Diani beach is known for its clear turquoise waters and is a great place to relax, soak up the sun, go snorkeling, or scuba diving to see the amazing marine life.

Kenya Activities


giraffe-center-elephant-product Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center Visit Day Trip from $240 USD Meet rescued elephants, feed giraffes, and see what conservation work is all about. Read more
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horse-riding-product Horse Riding in Sanctuary Farm Naivasha Day Trip from $72 USD Book Horse Riding in Sanctuary Farm Naivasha, one or two hours available. $72 for one hour or $96 for two hours. Price per person. Read more
Boat Ride in Lake Naivasha Day Trip from $25 USD Explore the nature of Lake Naivasha on a boat ride among scenic surroundings, hippos, and diverse bird species. Read more
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maasai-balloon-product Maasai Mara Balloon Safari Day Trip from $515 USD Get a birds eye view of the vast Maasai Mara National Reserve from a hot air balloon! Read more
maasai-village-product Maasai Village Visit Day Trip from $50 USD Visit a Maasai Village and engage with the local Maasai people and learn about their traditions and culture. Read more
Nairobi, KE
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Diani Beach, KE
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When is the best time to visit Kenya for a safari?

The best time to visit Kenya for a safari depends on what you want to see and do. Generally, the best time to go on a safari in Kenya is during the dry season, which runs from June to October. During this time, the weather is dry, and wildlife is easier to spot as animals gather around waterholes and rivers. The temperatures are also cooler, making it more comfortable for game drives. However, if you’re interested in seeing the Great Wildebeest Migration in the Masai Mara, the best time to visit is between July and September. This is when millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya in search of fresh grazing. If you’re interested in bird watching, the best time to visit is during the wet season, which runs from November to May. During this time, many migratory birds arrive in Kenya, and the vegetation is lush and green.

When is the great wildebeest migration?

The Great Wildebeest Migration is an annual event in the Serengeti ecosystem, spanning across Tanzania and Kenya. The exact timing of the migration can vary from year to year. Still, it generally takes place between July and October, with the wildebeest moving from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya. During this time, millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles migrate in search of fresh grazing and water, making it a spectacular wildlife event.

Is Kenya safe to travel to?

Kenya is generally safe to travel to, but like any other country, there are some safety concerns that travelers should be aware of. Petty crimes, such as pickpocketing and theft, can occur in crowded areas like markets, bus stations, and tourist sites, so it’s important to keep an eye on your belongings and be aware of your surroundings. It’s also recommended to avoid walking alone at night, particularly in urban areas.

What should I wear while on safari in Kenya?

When on safari in Kenya, it’s important to dress appropriately for both comfort and practicality. Here are some tips on what to wear: Lightweight, breathable clothing: Kenya’s climate is generally warm, so it’s important to wear lightweight and breathable clothing that will keep you cool and comfortable during game drives. Loose-fitting, long-sleeved shirts, and pants made of lightweight, breathable fabrics like cotton or linen are a good choice. Neutral-colored clothing: When on safari, it’s best to wear neutral-colored clothing like beige, khaki, or green. Bright colors or patterns can make it more difficult to observe wildlife without disturbing them. Closed-toe shoes: It’s important to wear sturdy, comfortable, closed-toe shoes that provide good support for walking and hiking. Sneakers or hiking boots are a good choice. Hat and sunglasses: A wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses will provide shade and protection from the sun during game drives. Layering: Kenya’s climate can vary from hot and sunny during the day to cool and windy at night, so it’s important to dress in layers that can be easily added or removed. Insect repellent: Mosquitoes and other insects can be present in some areas of Kenya, so it’s important to apply insect repellent and wear long-sleeved shirts and pants in the evenings.

Do safari lodges & tented camps have WiFi ?

Almost all safari lodges and tented camp accommodations during your safari do provide free Wifi. Wifi is usually provided in the public areas of the safari lodges and tented camps, including the reception, dining areas, and lounge. It is not provided in individual rooms or tents. Please keep in mind that these lodges are located in remote areas with wild animals, so there is a chance that internet availability can fluctuate.

Can we request an extra night/day on safari?

Yes, it is possible if you are on a private safari. However, It would also be subject to the availability of extended accommodation in the respective tented camp or lodge. An extra day on safari shall also require extra payment. Please get in touch with us at

Are mosquito nets provided in the rooms or tents while on safari?

We offer well-selected safari lodges and tented camps that offer you comfort, relaxation, and an incredible Kenyan safari atmosphere. All rooms and tents during your safari are fitted with mosquito nets or are insect proofed to protect you against bites. You are also advised to carry and use insect repellent to further protect yourself, especially outdoors during the evenings.

What is the tipping etiquette for safari guides and mountain crews on trips like this?

Tipping is highly appreciated at the end of safari/mountain climb. The size of tips will vary depending on the length and complexity of the trip, the number of staff on the trip and the number of clients on the trip. Generally, groups like to meet together before the end of the trek to discuss how much they would like to tip each staff member based on their individual trek experience. You should prepare an envelope after your trek for your tip money at the Hotel. You can use US dollars, Euros, TZ Shillings or a combination of these. Please ask the Safari/Climbing coordinator at the Hotel for advice.


Mountain Climbs: $25-50 USD per Day per Climber to be shared between guides, chefs and porters.

Safaris: Driver/Guide: $35-50 USD per Day per Car. If it is a camping safari there will be a tip for the cook $10 USD per Day.


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A Maasai village in Kenya


Sentrim Amboseli Lodge

Known for its elephant population and views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, this lodge is located right next to Kimana gate and offers 60 tents with the latest in luxury camping such as soft beds and ensuite bathrooms.

Enjoy amenities like free WiFi in public areas, an outdoor pool, restaurant, bar, spa, gift shop, and conference facilities. Rooms include safe and seating area, with free parking and breakfast available.

Kilaguni Lodge

This charming lodge, with scenic views and a waterhole visited daily by a variety of species such as elephants and buffaloes, offers a pool, private bathrooms with complimentary toiletries, and a dining area serving buffet or à la carte meals.

Enjoy viewings of wildlife, drinks at the bar sculpted from rock, and partake in tailored safari activities, including private game drives, aromatic massages, and trips to Mzima Springs.

Voi Wildlife Lodge

Embedded in Tsavo East National Park in Kenya, this lodge offers a prime elephant viewing location. The luxury ooms are African-inspired with amenities like fans, mosquito nets, and private bathrooms with free toiletries.

Enjoy a wide range of options at the restaurant, and a bar with beautiful views of the waterhole. Lode is also featuring a spa, hot tub, games room, a garden and a children’s playground.

Neptune Village Beach Resort

Surrounded by a tropical garden and classic Africa-styled bungalows with their own garden terraces, AC, TV, mini safes, bathroom with shower and free Wi-Fi. Enjoy two restaurant and two bars for various options.

Activities as a water sports center, spa, tennis, beach volleyball, and mini-golf, plus a children’s pool and kids club is provided at this all time high-resort.

Southern Palm Beach Resort

This 4-star beachfront retreat, renovated in 2019, features 298 rooms, 4 restaurants, 4 bars, two huge pools within 10 acres of tropical gardens and activities as beach camel rides.

Rooms offer amenities as AC, free Wi-Fi, mini-fridge, TV and bathroom with shower and hairdryer. Comfortable beds and a balcony or terrace with stunning views.


Included in the price:

  • Meet and greet services with assistance at the airport or hotel
  • All transport and game drives on road safaris will be in a 4×4 Landcruiser
  • Services of a professional English-speaking driver-guide on a private basis
  • All transfers in Nairobi
  • Meals and accommodation as specified
  • All park fees and government taxes
  • 2 bottles of 1⁄2 liter mineral water per person per day on game drives
  • Boat ride in Lake Naivasha
  • Flight from Diani to Mombasa
  • All transfers

Price does not cover:

  • Visas
  • International Flights – please get in touch with us to organize your international flights
  • Airport taxes (clients pay direct)
  • Travel and Health Insurance – We advise our clients to buy insurance from their home countries
  • Balloon Safari in Amboseli
  • Maasai village visit
  • Driver-guide gratuities, dining rooms tips, porterage – Find guidelines in the FAQ
  • Drinks (Alcoholic beverages at your own expense)
  • Personal travel, baggage

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