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Private Small-Group Full-Day Safari: Tsavo East National Park from Mombasa
"After an approximate three hour drive from your hotel you will begin a game drive in this wonderful park renowned for it’s population of red elephants as well as the Man Eaters of Tsavo a pair of notorious man-eating lions responsible for the deaths of a number of construction workers on the Kenya-Uganda Railway from March thru December 1898. This game drive will take you to the most interesting points within the national park including buffalo giraffes as well as a handful of predators. Tsavo East is also home to the elusive leopard as well as the endangered cheetahs.Attractions to be visited include the water holes Sabaki River hippo pools and the Sabaki river crocodile point. Have a picnic lunch on the banks of Sabaki River. After lunch
From $180.00
 
Tanzania Village Coffee and Community Tour from Arusha Including Lunch with a Local
"Meet your expert guide in central Arusha before catching a local bus to the village of Tengeru located just 20 minutes from the city in close proximity to the rugged slopes of Mt Meru.After arriving stroll along the narrow village roads with your guide and meet some of the local villagers as they go about their daily routines. Predominately a coffee-growing village Tengeru maintains its existence with small sustainable farming projects where proceeds are fed back into the community.Visit the fields and coffee plantation to discover how coffee and other crops are farmed. Learn about the origins of coffee how to plant and harvest it
From $91.00
 
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

More Things to Do in Tsavo National Park East

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Hartebeest?

As I said, we started to lose interest in the 'antelopes', but this one - standing completely alone in the middle of this vast space - gained our attention :)
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Every size

The lizard and others came to see us at Voi Guest House and Rest Stop, where she stayed for lunch (and found we had a puncture, so used the pool).
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Giraffes

Not the best photographs, but a giraffe in the wild is a giraffe :) It look so small here but they are pics of fully grown males.
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Zebras

Now can someone tell me how zebras are supposed to be camouflaged? I mean, here they are, black and white stripes, standing in the middle of a green field....-:) And that red dust gets everywhere! ...
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Thaompson't Gazelle

Affectionally known as Tommies, large herds of up to 60 individuals can be found grazing the open open grasslands of the savannah.
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Waterbuck

A large, robust antelope which as its name suggests, is usually found in conjunction with water. Groups of up to ten animals will graze in woodland or open grassland.
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Kudu

A largish antelope with distinctive stripes on the side of the body, often found in groups of up to ten animals.
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THE BIG-MAP!

Drawn up in the 1940's I think! Shows wherethe animals are. Rivers , camps ect.Just a bit of HISTORY!Huge place this TSAVO PARK.
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SEEING DOGS ON SAFARI?

Don't think so! It's a HYENA covered in RED-MUD! Only saw 2 of these. There is plenty of game here. Must be hiding!!
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MUST NOT SEE ELEPHANT BONES!

BODIES, SKULLS and BONES. A must see.It's part of the deal! As long as it's not ELEPHANT! If it's natural, thats fine.BUT, FROM KILLING, NO-WAY!!
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BLUE SKY, BLUE HILLS!

Put that BLUE-FILTER on that lens! The sunis strong here. The color contrast here isAMAZING!! The BLUE, SOME WILD-LIFE &RED!!
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ELEPHANTS and IVORY!!

If all you have is a look at some IVORY in the TSAVO BUSH. Focus only on the IVORY,get a nice contrast of white, green and brown!!
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CONTRAST!!

Photo-Safari!! Tsavo-East many contrasts in the landscape. Many CONTRASTS IN THECOLORS of TSAVO-EAST!!
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Top 5 Tsavo National Park East Writers

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safardreams

"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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leffe3

"Tsavo East"
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Myndo

"Tsavo East - Red Elefants and More"
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