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Salt Lick – Amboseli Safari

Salt Lick – Amboseli Safari

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AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK The snows of Kilimanjaro, white and crystalline, form a majestic backdrop to one of Kenya’s most spectacular displays of wildlife – lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, cheetah, buffalo and hosts of plains’ game, creating Kenya’s most sought after photographer’s paradise. But the Park’s popularity is also causing serious concern. The combination of wildlife, tourist vehicles and Maasai cattle are destroying the delicate but precious grassland. Park rules now insist that vehicles stick to roads and tracks. The Park’s best game runs are around the swamps and there is…

AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

The snows of Kilimanjaro, white and crystalline, form a majestic backdrop to one of Kenya’s most spectacular displays of wildlife – lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, cheetah, buffalo and hosts of plains’ game, creating Kenya’s most sought after photographer’s paradise.

But the Park’s popularity is also causing serious concern. The combination of wildlife, tourist vehicles and Maasai cattle are destroying the delicate but precious grassland. Park rules now insist that vehicles stick to roads and tracks. The Park’s best game runs are around the swamps and there is a fine lookout on Observation Hill which offers views over the whole of the Park and beyond.

Salt Lick Safari Lodge is built on top of stilts overlooking a waterhole located in the heart of private game sanctuary adjacent to Tsavo National Park. it is one of the largest game reserves in the heart of a private game sanctuary. Flanked by the craggy Taita Hills, the park offers a safe haven for a wide variety of animals and birds in a compact area of natural beauty.

The food and service are very good with meals taken in a central restaurant.  The waterhole is floodlit during the night to allow viewing of the animals as they come to drink.

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Mombasa - Saltlick Taita Hills

Early morning pick up from your hotel, drive to Taita Hills Game Reserve near to Tsavo National Park, the journey from Mombasa takes around 2 hours. Enter the park enroute game drives to Saltlick Lodge, arriving in time for lunch. After lunch relax in the lodge until 4 o’clock, before the evening game drive until dusk, drive back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
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Saltlick Taita Hills - Amboseli

Early breakfast and drive to Amboseli National Park through the Shetani Lava and the Mzima springs, game drive en route to either Oltukai Lodge/Serena lodge/Sentrim Camp for lunch. Evening game viewing with opportunities of viewing Mt Kilimanjaro especially on a clear sky day. Visit MASAI village (optional) before returning to the lodge/camp for dinner and overnight.
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Amboseli - Mombasa

Early breakfast before game drive enroute out of the park. Lunch will be taken on the way as you drive back to your coastal hotel arriving late in the evening. Ellie says: A visit to the Masai Village is exciting, the price for admission however is determined by the Masai Chief.  You will be shown around their village and the houses they live in, together with the Masai ladies dancing and offering for sale jewellery and wood carvings.