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Private One-Way Nairobi Airport Transfer
"Sit back and relax as you are transported between the main Nairobi airport and your accommodation in the comfort of your own private vehicle which ranges from 3-passenger sedans to 7-passenger vans and 20-passenger buses depending on the size of your group. For airport arrival transfers you will find your name clearly displayed on a sign after the baggage and customs clearance desks. If you are arriving for a conference and event there is typically a welcome desk located inside the lounge to allow for easy identification of delegates without having to check for their names. Just come to the desk and you will be ushered to your vehicle. For departure transfers your driver will meet you at your accommodation 4 hours prior to your flight for CITY hotels and 5 hours for hotels OUTSIDE the city including WESTLANDS. Transfer times vary according to traffic but generally range from 40 minutes to 1.5 hours. When making a booking for this private one-way transfer from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to your accommodation in central Nairobi or vice versa
From $28.00
 
Nairobi National Park Tour
"Visit the Nairobi National Park and embark on a long game viewing drive around the park. It was established in 1946 114 kms (44 sq miles) of pristine savanna with a large stock of migratory game and lies between the Nairobi-Mombasa railway and the garden suburb of Langata. It is open on its south-east perimeter and here the Kitengela Conservation Area allows a corrido""Visit the Nairobi National Park that lies within Nairobi city. One has an option of either morning or afternoon with an extra option for the safari walk with lunch at a top 100 world famous restaurant. Please note the morning tour takes 5 hours  and the atitle=Highlights&1=Enjoy+included+lunch+at+a+world-famous+restaurant&2=Nairobi+National+Park+Tour&3=Take+a+game+drive+in+the+city%E2%80%99s+natural+park"""Nairobi
From $70.00
 
Giraffe Center and Elephant Orphanage Tour from Nairobi
"Depending on your hotel you will be picked up between 7.30am and 8.am. You begin your trip with a visit of to the Giraffe Center the headquarters for the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife made famous by 'Daisy Rothschild' a giraffe calf rescued from Soi on the Western Kenya border. Daisy and her family form only a small part of a herd of these gentle giants living in a semi wild state at Giraffe Manor. These animals will come to a protecting wall to be fed. Make most use of your visit when you go to the Giraffe center nature trail up until the Gogo river. This is what most people don't get to see and it's a with bushes on either side and birds giving the most wondrous songs. Reach down to the river and search for giraffes in the wild. The trail will take about 1 hour going up and down in a relaxing pace. Then exit at 10.30 am to the Elephant Orphanage Cente accompanied by their elephant keepers.The feeding time is from 11:00 to 12:00. Afterwards
From $99.00

More Things to Do in Tsavo National Park East

Vista

We turn a corner and there, before us, was an incredible number of elephants (and any number of safari jeeps making a beeline for the site!), the plains spread out before us, the river cutting through...
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leffe3
Jul 15, 2007

Voi

Inside the park itself, Voi provides accommodation or, more commonly, is used as a lunch pit stop for the safari jeeps. It's a busy place at these times and there can be hundreds of people arriving...
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leffe3
Jul 14, 2007

Landscape

Officially, this is outside the Tsavo NP and is on the route from Voi Rest House to the Nature Reserve and Hilton On Stilts. You can see it's much more fertile than the Park and supports a thriving...
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leffe3
Jul 14, 2007

Greater Kudu

More 'antelopes' - but this one has fantastic horns! A brief sighting of this one, but of all the 'antelopes' this was the one that caused most interest among our group. This probably aided by the...
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leffe3
Jul 13, 2007

Standing Room Only

I suppose this should be a 'transport' tip, but... We may have started from the coast at 5am, we may have only just met each other, but there was no way we were going to miss this! No more than 6 (no...
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leffe3
Jul 13, 2007

Waterbuck

There are so many different types of 'antelopes' (I know this is not the generic name but...) that, like the monkeys, you become somewhat indifferent and blase about seeing them... Terrible, isn't it?...
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leffe3
Jul 13, 2007
 
 
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Close-up?

Our guide was a good one - he found some great spots, but at the same time respected the animals, keeping his distance. Throughout he was chuckling - it was a very long time since he had seen so many...
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leffe3
Jul 13, 2007

Monkey

Not these guys though! 10 a penny. They seemed to appear virtually every time we stopped. Guide was telling us its because some tourists feed them, mainly bananas and fruit. Animals now know that...
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leffe3
Jul 13, 2007

Lion

Just 5 minutes after the elephants we see the female lion. Even the guide cannot quite believe how lucky we are! A couple of other jeeps turfed up at this point, but its all very discrete and the lion...
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leffe3
Jul 12, 2007

Elephants II

There was quite a big herd, and a number of young elephants. I assume this one was the bull of the herd - he certainly watched us for quite some time, even after the rest of the herd had crossed the...
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leffe3
Jul 12, 2007

Elephants

Ten minutes into the park and we've already been spotted. But who'se watching who? These guys we had to ourselves - one problem on safari can be the 'traffic jam of safari jeeps', especially early on...
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leffe3
Jul 12, 2007

The Red Elefants of Tsavo East

Tsavo is well known for hosting bigger groups of elefants. Here they have a red color due to the color of the iron oxide in the earth. They use mud from that earth for skin protection and against...
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Myndo
Jan 01, 2006

Luganda Falls in Tsavo East

Luganda Falls - Another famous viewing point in the Tsavo East. But if you expect high falling water here, you will be disappointed. Luganda Falls consists of several flatter Steps over which the...
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Myndo
Jan 01, 2006

Crocodile Point, Tsavo East

Crocodile Point - One of the viewing points in the Tsavo East. Here you can actually get out of the car. Walk down a few steps on the stairs and have a look at the river below ? that has (of course)...
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Myndo
Jan 01, 2006

Top 5 Tsavo National Park East Writers

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"Tsavo East's DARKNESS, BEAUTY & ADVENTURE!"
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call_me_rhia

"my first safari"
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grets

"Tsavo East"
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"Tsavo East"
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Myndo

"Tsavo East - Red Elefants and More"
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