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Discover Africa's Amazing Wildlife & Mt Kilimanjaro

Hosted by a member of the Nairobi Travel Enthusiasts Group
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Took place 1 month ago
Fri 27 Nov 06:00 - Mon 30 Nov 16:00

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•Explore the elephant path on Kitendan corridor
•Night game drives for nocturnal wildlife
•Hiking, Biking & Drives with wildlife facing Mt. Kilimanjaro
•A day in Amboseli National Park
•Lions & elephants, over Protected content of birds
•Stay in ‘glam’ tents facing Africa’s tallest mountain
•Two beds apart in each for social distancing
•Indulge in Africa’s gastronomic ta
•Special safari offer

Explore Kitendan in the heart of Amboseli, a wildlife-rich corridor between Amboseli National Park and Mount Kilimanjaro National Park in neighbouring Tanzania.

Amboseli is an amazing ecosystem on the foothills of the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, a tapestry of savannah grasslands and acacia forests, bare plains and lush swamps with ancient lake beds that only fill up during the rains. The local Maasai call this land ‘empusel’ meaning the land of dust.

At Satao Elerai as our abode, we will see Africa’s amazing wilderness and awake every day in search of her precious wildlife – on foot, on bikes or in a custom-fitted safari vehicle.

The Amboseli ecosystem is 3,500 square kilometres which is home to 1,700 elephants..

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