The Best of East Africa
East Africa is known for its bountiful wildlife and breathtaking scenery and you will see the best of it on this spectacular journey through both Kenya and Tanzania.
You will stay in suberb lodges and camps in renowned national parks over a period of 12 glorious days! Amboseli, the Serengeti and the Masai Mara are all on the itinerary on this exciting safari.
Depending on the time of year we will be using Kati Kati for one night and a mobile camp for two nights. The location of the migration camp will determine whether we start with the mobile or end with the mobile. In April and May it will be three nights at Kati Kati as the mobile camp doesn’t operate during that time.
- All accommodation and meals on full board basis
- Vehicle based on a 4x4 driven by an English speaking driver guide during the transfers and game drives
- All park entry fees
- All local government taxes and levies
- Drinks other than water/tea/coffee
- International airport departure taxes
- Visa and travel insurance
- Flying doctor service, telephone calls, any other items of a personal nature
- Tips/ gratitude to drivers and hotel staff, etc.
Arrival & Departure Information - Kenya`s International airport is called Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Upon arrival you will be met by a representative from Albatros Kenya and introduced to your driver guide who will accompany you on the beginning part of your safari. You will also be transferred to the airport at the end of your safari for your onward arrangements. Depending on your flight timings it may be necessary to have an overnight in Nairobi at the beginning or end of your safari (at an additional cost). Please let us know if you would like to be picked up at a hotel or the airport. If you have already booked your flight, let us know your flight details.
Time difference - GMT +3 hours
Capital City - Nairobi (Kenya) Dodoma (Tanzania)
Major Languages - Swahili & English
Plug Size - British 13 amp three pin plug
Voltage - 230V
International Dialling Code - +254 (Kenya) +255 (Tanzania)
Rates quoted are inclusive of current statutory taxes but are subject to change in case of any taxation or levy increases
What to wear:
Weather - Given Kenya’s equatorial location, the climate is warm year round, however it can get chilly in the early morning and evenings. The weather in Tanzania varies from tropical near the coast (hot & humid) to temperate in the north east highlands. Tanzania`s interesting and varied geography causes differing climatic conditions, and it can be cool at night.
Remember to pack - A fleece jacket for early morning and late evenings, long sleeved tops and light trousers for the evenings, sensible walking shoes, a sun-hat and a swimming costume.
Health and vaccinations:
Health Requirements - Yellow fever certificate required if arriving from an endemic area. Please visit your doctor for further medical precautionary advise.
Visas - Certain nationalities (including Europeans and citizens of United States of America) require a visa to enter Kenya & Tanzania. The current cost of a single-entry visa is USD50 per person. Visas can be purchased on arrival, for most national, in all major currencies.
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