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Save The Elephant Ultimate Safari

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  • 10 Days 9 Nights
  • Max Guests : 40
  • Wifi Available
  • Jan - Dec

Detail

The Save the Elephant Ultimate Safari is a trip designed to help you explore Kenya in a unique manner. Why Unique? You will get an opportunity to experience the big five as you make contributions that will help in saving the elephants.

Discover the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s rescued and supported elephant orphans up close. You will develop a particular bond with these kinds of animals that will undoubtedly win your heart during this amazing trip to their home in Nairobi and the Tsavo East National Park, where they continue to live in the wild after being rescued. You’ll have unforgettable experiences thanks to the stunning scenery, warm locals like the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust keepers, and the memory of spending time with elephants and making friends with them.

Price Includes

  • 3 nights full board at Ithumba Camp by Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
  • 2 nights full board at Leopards Lair Cottages
  • 2 nights full board at Umani Springs by Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
  • All park entry fees according to the program
  • English speaking driver / guide
  • Transport in a 4 x 4 safari equipped Toyota Landcruiser
  • Airport transfers in Nairobi
  • Unlimited game drives
  • 3 meals a day at Ithumba Camp and Umani Springs
  • Lunch in a restaurant at Ole Sereni Hotel
  • 11am - 12am public visit to the elephant orphanage
  • Evacuation Insurance
  • 1 visit to Nairobi National Park
  • Mineral water on game drives
  • 2 nights full board at Leopards Lair Cottages
  • All park entrance fees for driver and vehicle

Price Excludes

  • International flight to Nairobi and back
  • Telephone, laundry, tips
  • Travel and cancellation insurance
  • Dinner on days 1 and 9 and 10 and lunch on days 1 and 9

What to Expect

Discover the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust’s rescued and supported elephant orphans up close. You will develop a particular bond with these kinds of animals that will undoubtedly win your heart during this amazing trip to their home in Nairobi and the Tsavo East National Park, where they continue to live in the wild after being rescued.

 

You’ll have unforgettable experiences thanks to the stunning scenery, warm locals like the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust keepers, and the memory of spending time with elephants and making friends with them.

  • The Red Elephants of Tsavo
  • Lumo Conservancy
  • Kibwezi / Umani Springs

Itinerary

Day 1 - Arrive in Nairobi

Nairobi welcomes visitors at any hour of the day. At the airport, your own guide will greet you and take you to the Eka Hotel. As you go to the hotel, take in the bustling activity of Kenya’s capital. You can rest up after your journey and get ready for your forthcoming safari adventure in the hotel. In the Eka Hotel for the night.

Day 2 - Nairobi to Tsavo East

Your driving guide will take you up from the hotel following breakfast and transport you onto Ithumba Camp. Your driving guide will make a stop at a grocery store so you may load up on extra food (candy, etc.) and beverages.

For a late lunch, arrive at the camp in the early afternoon. Once you’ve calmed down a bit, you can move into your lodging without difficulty and unwind after the excursion. You’ll go to the release station at 5 o’clock. You haven’t ever encountered the emigrating elephants before. Perhaps there will also be the elephant you sponsored. A delicious and reviving meal will have been cooked by the camp’s cook in the evening. Sleep in Ithumba Camp tonight.

Day 3 & 4 - Ithumba Camp

You have two thrilling days ahead of you. You’ll make as many trips as you can to the release station. Around 5.45 in the morning, you’ll drive to the release station. Together with your animal guardians, it is now time to feed the elephants. The two gruelling hours are over, and you return to camp. Before heading to the mud hole at 10:30 a.m., where up to 100 juvenile elephants congregate, enjoy a leisurely brunch. Years after being released into the wild, some animals keep returning. You make some of your most treasured moments here.

Around 1:00 PM, return for lunch. The afternoon is free for leisure. At 5.30 p.m., the elephants receive their final daily visit. The elephants are gradually returning to the gates of the wilderness. You then return to the camp for dinner and the evening ceremonies. Sleep in Ithumba Camp tonight. Complete board

Day 5 -Tsavo East to Lumo Conservancy

You visit the elephants once again on this day. After breakfast, bid farewell to this special area and travel to Lions Bluff Lodge in Lumo Conservancy. Large herds of wild elephants live in this private sanctuary and are especially well-protected there. Elephants can go between the two parks using the sanctuary, which is located between Tsavo West and Tsavo East. More than 4,000 people live within this protected region, and since tourism benefits everyone, there is a greater concern in animal care. a wonderful illustration of harmonious interaction between people and animals. Numerous more creatures can be seen here in addition to the elephants. Overnight at Leopards Lair and dinner

Day 6 - Lumo Conservancy

You take a lengthy wildlife drive in the Lumo Conservancy on this particular day. The protected area only has one lodging option, and there are consequently few visitors. You may observe wild animals in peace at this point because you are distant from busy tourist areas. The lodge will inspire you and provides an amazing perspective of the entire reserve. In this big lodge area, short walks are also available. Meals and lodging are provided at Leopard’s Lair. (Complete board)

Day 7 - Kibwezi / Umani Springs

Bid the Lumo Sanctuary farewell. Drive to the Kibwezi Forest after breakfast. An addition to the Chyulu Hills National Park is this reserve. The third release stop on your tour is located in the Kibwezi Forest near Umani Springs. You might still be able to observe the elephants at the mud hole depending on when you arrive. You’ll have time to unwind following lunch. The lodging at Umani Springs also offers a pool, which is a wonderful place to cool off, particularly on hot days. There is a visit to the elephants’ release gates at 5 o’clock. At Umani Springs, spend the night. (Complete board)

Day 8 - Kibwezi / Umani Springs

The elephants are fed at the gates, so go there early in the morning about 6 a.m. tour the region and unwind in the lodge. You’ll return to the elephants for a mud bath at midday. In the late afternoon, return to the elephants. Let the night fall peacefully in the African wilderness. At Umani Springs, spend the night. Complete board

Day 9 - Kibwezi to Nairobi

Visit the elephants in the release station one last time in the morning. After a filling breakfast, depart for Nairobi in the late morning. The swab test would be performed in Nairobi in the late afternoon if a PCR test on the return trip was required. Afternoon at the Eka Hotel.

Day 10 - Nairobi

Go on a morning game drive in Nairobi National Park after breakfast to look for wildlife. The only park in the world that provides a home to numerous animals and borders a large city is this one. Later, make your way to the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage for a public tour at 1100 hours. Drive to the Ole Sereni Hotel later for lunch. Transfer to the airport later for your homebound international flight.

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