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7 Night Kenya Eco Lodge Safari and Beach Experience

From £2730 pp


7 Nights / 8 Days

Private Tour

7 Night Kenya Eco Lodge Safari and Beach Experience

From £2730 pp

What You'll Do

Explore the best of Kenyan wildlife and culture on this unforgettable safari and beach holiday. Discover majestic wildlife in Tsavo West National Park such as lions, elephants, hippos and giant crocodiles, then take time to slow down on the beaches of the south coast. With pure white sand and crystal-clear water, this region is perfect for ultimate relaxation after the thrill of world-class safari.

Summary :

Day 1 Nairobi overnight

Day 2  Train Nairobi – Voi – overnight Kipalo Hills

Day 3 Kipalo Hills

Day 4 Train Voi – Mombasa – overnight Mombasa

Day 5,6,7, Mombasa

Day 8 Departure



You’ll be able to focus all your efforts on simply drinking in the incredible spectacles that unfold hour by hour, minute by minute as you explore one of the world’s most beautiful countries. This is all thanks to our expert hosts and guides who will take care of all your transfers and admin for you, leaving you to fully embrace this cultural and wildlife experience in vibrant Kenya,.

Your adventure begins when you arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi where you will be met by one of our local hosts who will take you directly to your first accommodation, where you will have the chance to rest and recuperate after your long journey.

From there you will explore the vast, beautiful Tsavo West National Park for two days, with a luxurious tented camp as your base. Put any notions of bare bones camping out of your mind however, as this safari camp helps you stay in the wilderness in total comfort, where you can relax by the pool, watching elephants wallow in a nearby watering whole, Mount Kilimanjaro looming in the distance.

The National Park is home to a diverse range of Kenyan wildlife, including the iconic African big 5  (lions, leopards, buffalo, rhinos and elephants). The park is situated in a remote spot of the Taru Desert and can be known as  the “Land of Lava, Springs, Man-eaters and Magical Sunsets”. It is one of the outstanding protected areas in Kenya and provides a vital home for a flourishing ecosystem of many carnivores and herbivores.

During your time here, you will have the opportunity to witness the bush wildlife on game drives and  on guided walks with locals, in the hope of catching a glimpse of all of these stunning animals in their natural habitat.

We wouldn’t want you returning home from your wildlife holiday feeling as though it’s been all go however. After your time in Tvaso West, you will spend three days in Mombasa South to unwind on beaches straight out of paradise. You’ll stay in a truly beautiful beach side resort which tastefully plays homage to the local Swahili culture of the area, where you can either relax completely, or enjoy scuba diving, kite surfing or take a trip out on a traditional dhow to explore the coastline.


Explore the exquisite wildlife of Kenya through day and night game drives

Experience game walks with local guides

Expand your cultural knowledge with a local Taita tribe village visit

Indulge in the unique and diverse habitats of Mombasa South, both in maritime and terrestrial national parks and reserves

Your Local Host:


Attention to detail and a flawless organization lie at the heart of a service that builds bridges between the guest and the extraordinary natural spectacle that unfolds during any tour or event. We seek to cultivate a sense of harmony in every task we are commissioned to do. And it is a source of pride when our clients return and choose “our” destinations and services for the second or third time!

Experience Itinerary

Welcome to Nairobi

Land at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, where you will be met directly by your host and taken to your beautiful Nairobi hotel.

Here you can relax and recuperate after a long journey, and enjoy a good night sleep to prepare for the adventure ahead!





Tamarind Tree Hotel BB

Take the Train to Voi

Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the hotel before being transferred to SRG Station for your train to Voi, departing at 8am. This eco-friendly way of travelling comfortably across the country will have you zipping through glorious countryside, and then into stunning wilderness as you pass by dramatic hillsides and endless expanses of savannah.

As the train leaves the city, the landscape gradually changes from urban to rural, with green fields and small villages dotting the countryside. The train passes through the rolling hills of the Great Rift Valley, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape.

The journey continues through Tsavo National Park, one of Kenya’s largest game reserves, where passengers can catch glimpses of elephants, giraffes, zebras, and other wildlife. The train makes occasional stops at small stations along the way, giving passengers the opportunity to stretch their legs and explore the local area.

As the train approaches Voi, the scenery becomes more rugged and mountainous, with towering cliffs and rocky outcrops providing a dramatic backdrop to the journey.

The train takes around 4 hours, so on arrival at 12pm you will be greeted by your camp driver guide and transferred to your park camp where you will have a chance to relax, before enjoying lunch with a view of the plains and distant mountains.

The afternoon is your to enjoy. Explore the area, take a swim, or relax in your luxurious safari tent as you prepare to spend your next couple of days heading out into the wilderness to spot Kenya’s magnificent wildlife.

Accommodation:Kipalo Lodge

Whilst being tents and offering an authentic safari experience, each of the eight luxury double mobile tents have an en-suite with a flushing loo and a traditional safari shower. The tents are either twin or double with room for an extra bed, and they are located far apart and all enjoy wonderful views of the spectacular scenery and wilderness.

Meals:Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Explore Tsavo West National Park

Today will be spent exploring Tsavo West National Park, famous for the numerous prides of mane-less lion that patrol the plains. The park also boasts vast herds of dust-red elephants, fat pods of hippo, giant crocodile, teeming herds of plains game, a fantasia of bird life and vibrant flora. Look no further if you are a wildlife lover!

The day typically starts early, with a wake-up call before sunrise. After a quick breakfast, you will hop in a safari vehicle with a trained guide and head out into the park. As you drive through the savannah and acacia woodlands, your guide will point out the various wildlife and bird species that call Tsavo West home, including elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes, and buffalo.

Sunrise is an incredibly beautiful time to head out into the park, not only thanks to the soft dawn light, but also thanks to the fact that animals often become active in the early morning, and it’s not entirely unusual to hear the distant roar of a lion echoing across the plains.

During your time at the park you can enjoy night game drives, game walks with local guides and a cultural visit to local Taita tribe villages. Relax with the opportunity for sundowners, a bush bath and with complementary soft drinks, wine and beer.

Accommodation: Kipalo Lodge

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Mombasa South

After exploring Tsavo National park you will be transferred by train to Mombasa at 12:00pm to arrive at 14:00pm. Meet your host at the station and travel to your hotel paradise on the South Coast.

The South Coast is famous for it’s endless white sand beaches and rich turquoise water along with a colourful history to delve into. From the 19th century onwards, Indian and Arab traders mingled with the indigenous population to create the unique Swahili culture, much of which still survives until this day.

The remains of many early Swahili settlements dot the coastline, the most significant being the 15th century Gedi ruins south of Malindi, while Lamu town has been designated a World Heritage Site due to its significance as a Swahili Centre.

The coast also boasts unique and diverse habitats, both in maritime and terrestrial national parks and reserves. Highlights include: Mombasa Old Town, Lamu, Gedi among others.


Cardamom House Resort HB

Located in the marine conservation area of Kuruwitu, Cardamom House is an elegant Swahili-influenced gem, perched on a coral outcrop that overlooks its private beach cove, all hidden in-between coconut palms and preserved coastal wilderness. The House has direct access to the white sandy beach and the kaleidoscope of blue and green waters below. As you head to the beach, follow the original 1960’s galana steps down to the wild green lawns scattered with coconut palms, fragrant frangipani and wild jasmine.

luxury hotel room in kenya


Breakfast and Dinner

Mombasa South

Spend these days at your leisure. Get lost in a book with the crystal waters lapping at your feet and the sun beaming on your skin or explore the culture in greater depth.

You could head out scuba diving and discover the rich marine wildlife hiding in the technicolour coral, or for those on the hunt for a little more adrenaline, skim across the waves on a kiteboard.

There’s also the opportunity to hire a dhow, a traditional sail boat typical to the local area, and a wonderful way to get a new perspective of this glorious section of coast.


Cardamom House Resort HB

hotel exterior in mombasa kenya


Breakfast and Dinner


Enjoy your last breakfast at the house before a morning transfer to Moi International Airport. Leave the hotel feeling refreshed and relaxed after a truly memorable Kenyan adventure.


Location Information

Your luxury safari and beach holiday with take you first to a conservancy on the edges of Tsavo National Park, where magnificent scenery and an abundance of wildlife species can be seen including the famous red elephants who are dusted in the rich red earth of Tsavo. The conservancy was established on land once inhabited by many species of wildlife and trees,  which due to poaching, deforestation and no real guardianship, had become a waste land. The conservancy has established and supports projects to educate, train and employ local villagers as well as to maintain and grow the conservancy area where wildlife and vegetation are now flourishing! $60 per person per night of the lodge fees of every booking goes directly to the conservancy projects and whilst you are here, if you wish you can see them in action.

Your stay in Mombasa the port town which was once the capital of east Africa, will be on the white sandy beaches of the South Coast, in a secluded and luxurious boutiqu

  • 7 nights Accomodation
  • Breakfast in Nairobi
  • Full board on safari
  • Half board in Mombasa
  • All national park entrance/conservation fees
  • Airport transfers
  • Train Nairobi- Voi - Mombasa
  • Game drives
  • All excursions included in the itinerary
  • Airstrip transfers in camp 4-wheel vehicles at Kipalo
  • soft drinks, beer, wine and mineral water
  • Night game drives in Kipalo
  • Game walks with local guides in Kipalo
  • Sundowners in Kipalo
  • Fly camping in Kipalo
  • Cultural Taita tribe villages in Kipalo