Ngutuni, Taita Hills Saltlick, Tsavo, Ziwani and Amboseli Safaris

Ngutuni and Taita Hills Saltlick Sanctuary Safari

Day 1: Mombasa - Ngutuni Game Sanctuary

Early morning pick up from the hotel and Proceed to Tsavo East National Park via Bachuma Gate with game en route to Ngutuni Sanctuary. Check in and lunch at Ngutuni Lodge. Overnight stay at Ngutuni Lodge.
An afternoon game drive is planned to Tsavo East National Park.
Dinner and Overnight at Ngutuni Lodge.
Meal Plan {Full Board}

Day 2: Ngutuni Game Sanctuary - Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary

Wake up to an early morning game drive before breakfast. After breakfast check-out and drive to Taita hills wildlife sanctuary. Located at the foots of Taita hills, this habitat varies from woodland to riverine forest to open acacia grasslands. The sanctuary is rich with wildlife and more than 300 residents and migrant species of birds. Night game drives are arranged as options. All meals and overnight at sarova saltlick lodge.
Meal Plan {Full Board}

Day 3: Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary – Mombasa

Early morning game drives before breakfast. Embark on a game drive after breakfast enroute to Voi town for lunch. After lunch drive back to your Mombasa beach hotel arriving late afternoon.


  • Round trip transport from Mombasa to Ngutuni/Taita hills Game Sanctuary
  • Safari vehicles carry cold drinks and mineral water
  • Guaranteed window seating with open top
  • All applicable Game Park entrance fees
  • Professional experienced driver guide
  • Game drives
  • All meals included while on safari
  • Lunch at Ngutuni Lodge

For bookings and reservations contact
Mzinyi Tours and Safaris
Booking Office Tel: + 254 (0) 412316811
Mobile : 0733229133, 0726492630 -Kenya

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