A coastal rain forest in Kenya? Anything is possible here!
Visit Shimba Hills to experience cool sea breezes, frequent mists and early morning clouds. Known for waterfalls, forests and bird viewing.
The reserve is about 30 kms south of Mombasa and a quick 10 Kms from Diani beach.
Safari picks up & drops off at:
South Coast and Diani beach hotels.
Tour pick up time
Tour collects from South Coast and Diani beach hotels: 7:00am.
Shimba Hills National Park Day Trip
Pick up from Diani, Diani Hotels at 7:00am.
Arrive at the Shimba Hills National Reserve and proceed for a morning game viewing drive.
We shall be on the look out for the endangered Sable Antelope, Elephants, Giraffe, maybe Leopard, civet cat, monkeys, shrews.
for the bird watchers, more that 100 bird species have been recorded including Ostrich, Eagle, African Hawk and Honey Guide.
We shall further explore the Shimba hills on foot where accompanied by our guide, we shall walk on the Shedrick Falls on a 1/2 hour hike as we marvel at the water cascade.
We shall later stop for lunch at the Shimba lodge where we may have an option to take a nature walk around the tree lodge or simply enjoy the surrounding views from the balconies of the lodge.
After the tour, we begin the return trip to your hotel/residence where the tour ends after the drop off.
What to see/do on Shimba Hills Day Trip
Trip PriceSafari tour price (in USD) is per person
|Persons||Price in USD||1 Person in a private tour||$ 200|
|2 Person in a private tour||$ 150|
|3 Person in a private tour||$ 120|
|4 Person in a private tour||$ 110|
|5 Person in a private tour||$ 100|
|6 Person in a private tour||$ 90|
|Children below 3 Years |
Children between 3-12 Years
Children above 12 years and below 18 years
75% of adult rate
Tour Price Includes
Not Included In the Tour Price: All bottled drinks, items and services of a personal nature and tips & gratuities.
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