Take a Break from Diani Beach at this Famous Park
We’ll pick you up from your hotel, Begin your safari in the comfort of a private pop-top safari minivan.
Surf, Sun… Safari! Kenya is known for fabulous beaches and even more fabulous safaris. Here’s a fun way to take a break from the beach and sample some of our incredible wildlife. Natural World Kenya Safaris will pick you up from your resort and then it’s off to Tsavo East National Park for a very full day of discovery.
The largest park in Kenya and one of the most established, Tsavo East is renowned for its wild and rugged charm, plus its abundance of mammals and birdlife. Here you may spot unique species like the red-dust elephants who like to roll in the red-oxide soil of Tsavo.
Your safari day begins before dawn so you can take in the African sunrise en route and enjoy plenty of game-viewing time in the park. Tsavo East is an uncrowded reserve which means you’ll leave the hordes of tourists behind as you take in the park’s many wonders.
A Park Packed with Wildlife
There are hundreds of species of wildlife here but perhaps the most famous is the Tsavo lion. Many of the males lack characteristic manes but don’t be fooled – these big cats have a famous reputation as hunters.
You’ll also be on the lookout for leopard, cheetah, buffalo, elephant, duiker, impala, baboon and many other mammals. And over 500 species of birdlife including ostrich, buzzards and herons.
This busy day is a dawn to dusk safari experience so come prepared to see, discover and marvel at all that Tsavo has to offer.
We’ll then return you safe and sound back to your Diani Beach resort.
All-Inclusive. Your 1-Day safari includes all ground transportation, park entrance fees, game drives, buffet lunch and pickup/drop off at your Diani/Tiwi and south coast locations.
An upgrade to a pop-top 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep is available at additional cost.
Your Guide. You’ll be guided, hosted and cared for by an expert and experienced driver/guide.
Customize Your Holiday.
If you’d like to customize your safari or have any special desires, please let us know. We’re here to make your safari wishes come true.
Tour pickup time: South Coast and Diani Beach hotels – 0400 Hrs.
Tsavo East Safari Day Trip
The Tsavo East day trip starts before dawn.
This allows you to marvel at the African sunrise and to spend maximum time at the Tsavo East National Park.
Depart your Diani area location and make the ferry crossing at Likoni
Proceed along the Nairobi – Mombasa highway on a scenic 2.5 hour drive along smooth tarmac.
There shall be a short stop by the park entrance gate for breakfast or refreshments (not included in safari price)
Commence game viewing in search of Elephant, Lion, Cheetah, Buffalo, Giraffe, Antelope and many more animal species.
Lunch shall be at a rustic restaurant overlooking the Tsavo East plains or at one of the safari lodges.
Time permitting, there shall be an extra game viewing drive after lunch.
Later depart Tsavo East for the Diani beach areas to arrive approximately 6.30PM
Drop off at your Diani /Tiwi beach areas or any Southcoast location
What you may see at Tsavo East National park ………
Large mammals including vast herds of dust-red Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Hippo, Crocodile, Gerenuk, Giraffe, Hirola, Dik-dik.
What you could see on a Day Tsavo East Safari Tour...
Safari Price GuideSafari tour prices (in USD) are per person sharing in a private pop up top safari minivan
|Per Person||Safari Price||1 person in private solo tour||$250|
|2 persons in private tour||$190|
|3 persons in private tour||$150|
|4 persons in private tour||$130|
|5 persons in private tour||$120|
|Each of 6 persons||$110|
|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: Items and services of a personal nature and tips & gratuities.
Natural World Kenya safaris is Member No.A/440 - Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) bonding scheme. The scheme is insured to guarantee your holiday safari in the unlikely event that a bonded KATO member ceases operating.