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Amboseli 1 Day Fly-In Safari from Nairobi

Amboseli 1-Day Fly-In Safari from Nairobi: Explore Amboseli National Park on a guided full-day fly-in safari that departs and ends in Nairobi. Embark on exciting guided game drives in a safari vehicle, encountering the famous Big 4 (lion, leopard, Elephant, and buffalo) of Africa and many other wildlife species and birds in Kenya’s top safari region near the foothill of Mount Kilimanjaro. A lunch stop is also included in your Full-day Amboseli National Park fly-in Safari.  It’s a short and easy Kenya safari, with Amboseli lying a 45-minute flight from Nairobi.
On your Amboseli fly-in safari, you can expect to see many of the savannah wildlife – giraffes, Grant’s, and Thompson’s gazelles, buffalo, hartebeest, waterbuck, eland, wildebeest, and Burchell’s zebra. In the drier areas, you will be lucky to spot gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx as well as bat-eared foxes, caracal, jackals, and serval cats. You will see lions and hyenas though cheetahs and leopards remain elusive. Elephants thrive here and the small size and excellent protection have meant that elephants can reach maturity without being poached. The big tuskers dominate the show. There are around 1500 of these swamp-loving elephants, one of the highest concentrations of elephants anywhere in Africa. Because of its small size and excellent infrastructure, Amboseli is considered an excellent all-year-round African safari destination.
As many as 400 bird species have been counted at Amboseli National Park. The combination of seasonal lakes, permanent swamps, and dry plains make it a bird-watcher utopia. There are about 47 species of raptors, including martial eagles, fish eagles, and secretary birds. Taveta golden weavers are common and the endangered Madagascan squacco heron is also present. Palearctic migrants make their appearance in the safari low season. With many of Amboseli’s tracks running close to bodies of water, water birds are abundant. Long-toed lapwings, rufous-bellied herons, crowned cranes, kingfishers, pelicans, hammerkops, and more.

This Full-Day Amboseli National Park Fly-in safari starts in Nairobi where you are collected from your accommodation at 0530 hours in the morning. Leaving your hotel we transfer you straight to Wilson Airport. We catch a scheduled flight at 0700 hours, flying to the Amboseli Airstrip Airstrip in Amboseli National Park. Our 45-minute flight offers captivating aerial views of the ever-changing African landscapes. Touching down at about 0745 hours, you are met by an African Spice Safaris driver guide and embark on a game drive in the untamed bush.

Amboseli National Park is in the south of Kenya on the border with Tanzania, a stone’s throw away from Mount Kilimanjaro, and is a stronghold for African elephants, which we are sure to see, along with an array of other large mammals, including lions, and buffalos. During the game drive, we pause to watch any interesting animal or bird sightings and take photographs. We also stop for lunch at a picnic area inside Amboseli National Park. After our lunch break, we visit Amboseli swamps where animals often congregate to drink and bathe. Later we make our way back through the national park to Amboseli Airstrip watching for wildlife action along the way.

We catch our flight to Nairobi at 1645 hours and arrive back in the city at 1730Back in the city, you can choose to be dropped off at one of Nairobi’s excellent restaurants or your accommodation in the early evening, bringing your action-packed 1 day Amboseli Fly-in safari to a close.

Amboseli 1-Day Fly-In Safari

Amboseli 1-Day Fly-In Safari from Nairobi Itinerary

0530 Hours: You are collected from your accommodation in Nairobi at 0530 hours in the morning and transferred straight to Wilson Airport.

0700 hours: We catch a flight to the Amboseli Airstrip in Amboseli National Park. Our 45-minute flight offers captivating aerial views of the ever-changing African landscapes.

0745 hours: Touching down, you are met by an African Spice Safaris driver guide and embark on a game drive in the untamed bush.

Amboseli National Park is in the south of Kenya on the border with Tanzania, a stone’s throw away from Mount Kilimanjaro, and is a stronghold for African elephants, which we are sure to see, along with an array of other large mammals, including lions, and buffalos. During the game drive, we pause to watch any interesting animal or bird sightings and take photographs.

As many as 400 bird species have been counted at Amboseli National Park. The combination of seasonal lakes, permanent swamps, and dry plains make it a bird-watcher utopia. There are about 47 species of raptors, including martial eagles, fish eagles, and secretary birds. Taveta golden weavers are common and the endangered Madagascan squacco heron is also present.

Palearctic migrants make their appearance in the safari low season. With many of Amboseli’s tracks running close to bodies of water, water birds are abundant. Long-toed lapwings, rufous-bellied herons, crowned cranes, kingfishers, pelicans, hammerkops, and more.

With so much on offer, our 1 full-day Amboseli National Park Safari is the best way to experience the park if you have limited time and want to learn more about it from a knowledgeable guide.

1300 Hours: You will enjoy your packed lunch at the picnic site before proceeding with your game drive

1645 Hours: We catch our flight to Nairobi at 1645 hours and arrive back in the city at 1730

1730: Arrive back in Nairobi and transfer to your hotel/ residence

Amboseli 1 Day Fly-In Safari from Nairobi Rates

1-Day Amboseli National Park Safari Package Prices Include:

Picnic Lunch + Relevant Government Taxes + Amboseli Park entrance fees + Drinking bottled water in the safari vehicle + Services of our English-speaking safari driver/ guide + Return flights from Nairobi Wilson – Amboseli National Park +  Amboseli airstrip Transfers + Full day game drive in an open safari vehicle accompanied by experienced English speaking safari guide

Dates From Dates To Price Per Person Child Aged
3 to 11 Years
1st January 2024 31st December 2024   Request for rates Request for rates

Notes

* This tour operates throughout the year
* Additional information confirmation will be received at the time of booking
* You could also opt for our 1-Day Amboseli Road Safari Package from Nairobi
* Arrival and departure times to/from Nairobi may vary depending on the aircraft routing

* Check-in time is 60 minutes to departure time in Nairobi (Wilson) and in Amboseli airstrip 30 minutes before departure time


1-Day Amboseli National Park Safari Package Prices Excludes:

* Visa Fees
* International flight
* Personal Insurance
* Accommodation in the Amboseli or Nairobi
* Expenses of a personal nature such as; drinks, tips, laundry, telephone, cigarettes, accommodation & meals not indicated in the itinerary, and optional activities

Amboseli 1 Day Fly-In Safari from Nairobi Frequently Asked Questions

1.) Is Amboseli worth visiting?

Yes, Amboseli National Park is worth visiting. It offers a unique safari experience with its diverse wildlife, including large herds of elephants, and stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Despite its smaller size compared to other parks like Masai Mara, Amboseli’s beautiful scenery and abundant wildlife make it a worthwhile destination​.


2.) What time of year is best for Amboseli?

The best time to visit Amboseli is during the dry seasons from June to October and January to February. During these months, the weather is cooler and drier, making it easier to spot wildlife congregating around water sources. The clear skies also offer better visibility of Mount Kilimanjaro​.


3.) Can you fly to Amboseli National Park?

Yes, you can fly to Amboseli National Park. There are scheduled flights from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to Amboseli’s airstrip, which provide a quick and convenient way to reach the park.


4.) Can you see Mount Kilimanjaro from Amboseli National Park?

Yes, Mount Kilimanjaro is visible from Amboseli National Park. The park is located at the foot of the mountain, providing breathtaking views, especially during the dry season when the skies are clear.


5.) What is the vegetation of Amboseli National Park?

Amboseli National Park features a variety of habitats, including savannah grasslands, acacia woodlands, marshes, and swamps. These diverse environments support various plant and animal life, making the park a biodiversity hotspot.


6.) What animals will you see in Amboseli?

In Amboseli, you can see various animals such as elephants, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, and numerous bird species. The park is particularly famous for its large elephant herds​.


7.) What to expect on the Amboseli 1-day fly-in safari?

On a 1-day fly-in safari to Amboseli, you can expect an early morning flight from Nairobi, followed by guided game drives in the park. You’ll have the opportunity to see diverse wildlife, including elephants, and enjoy stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro.

The day typically includes a lunch break at a lodge or picnic site before a late afternoon return flight to Nairobi. This type of safari offers a convenient and immersive experience for those with limited time.

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