The name Amboseli is derived from the Maasai word ’em-posel’ for the salty dust found on the seasonally flooded Amboseli “lake” when it rains. Amboseli’s swamps, plains, woodlands and bush country support a diversity of wildlife ranging from the minute and rare spectacled elephant shrew to the huge bulk of the African Elephant, the Geremuk and the Fringe-eared Oryx. The swamps and lakes are also home to over 400 bird species making the park a paradise for bird watchers. In addition to game drives, you can enjoy beautiful early morning or late afternoon bush walks with clear views of Kilimanjaro.
Late Departure at Amboseli
Game Drives in Amboseli National Park
Visit a Maasai Village
Day & night (pre dinner) game drives & guided bush walks, transfers to cultural visits, bush breakfasts & sundowners
2 extended game drives per day, guided walks, night game drives on conservation, one bush sundowner, authentic visit to Elerai Cultural Boma
Day & night shared game drives in open-sided 4×4 vehicle with qualified guides in Selenkay Conservancy and one full day with picnic lunch in Amboseli National Park for 2 and 3 night stays, one visit to Maasai village, sundowners from scenic viewing points & walks with maasai warriors
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