Classic Kenya Sun and Sand

7 Days

Places to visit: Mombasa and Tsavo. This beach package combines beach experience as you discover Mombasa with a game drive at Tsavo National Park where you get to see the Big Five Wildlife. Here you will enjoy activities at the beach and the leisurely pace of life at the Kenyan coast. The city is a cosmopolitan metropolis reflecting the influence of Africans, Persians, Arabs, Turks, Indians, Portuguese and the British. You will have a full day City Tour, featuring some places of cultural and historical interest. You also have a chance to witness the life of the local people when you visit a Giriama village on a half-day tour.


Mombasa city is a cosmopolitan metropolis reflecting the influence of Africans, Persians, Arabs, Turks, Indians, Portuguese and the British. You will have a full day City Tour, featuring some places of cultural and historical interest. You also have a chance to witness the life of the local people when you visit a Giriama village on a half-day tour.


  • We also offer hotel, car rental and flights bookings which we can organize for you with your tour inquiry.
  • The above prices are based on a minimum of 2 persons. A price reduction is available for numbers above two persons. Six persons may enjoy up to 25% saving on the per person rate!


On arrival, meet and assist at Moi International Airport, Mombasa. Thereafter you will be transferred to Severin Sea Lodge. Severin Sea Lodge is located 30 km away from Moi International Airport at Mombasa?s exotic palm fringed North Coast. The hotel is set amongst lush tropical gardens. This holiday paradise is only 20 minutes from the bustling town and harbour of Mombasa.

Accommodation is in 100 uniquely styled makuti thatched ?Karibu? class rondavels. All rooms have air conditioning and additional roof ventilation, mosquito nets, bathroom with shower and a balcony. Comfort class rooms feature handmade Lamu style furniture, satellite television, telephone, mini-bar, fruit baskets, hairdryers, in room safe and data ports. Unique to Severin Sea Lodge is the Imani Dhow restaurant that is berthed on an old Arabian sailing dhow and serves local delights as well as international cuisine. Other facilities include round bars, swimming pool, barracuda diving school, tennis courts, and guest laundry service.

Dinner and overnight at Severin Sea Lodge

Day 2 :

After breakfast you proceed on a full day city tour of Mombasa. Mombasa Town is the second largest city in Kenya ,situated on the eastern coast bordering the Indian Ocean. The coastal town is heavily influence by the Arabs who have settled there for some centuries. The town boasts of architecture such as curved doors, customs, languages and culture adapted from the Arabs. Even Swahili language is a cross between Arabic and African native languages. Old Town is where you will best experience the exquisite beauty of this ancient port. Fort Jesus – a Portuguese fort built in 1593 in Mombasa Island and now a UNESCO World Heritage Centre and Mombasa top tourist destination. The ancient but preserved Portuguese architecture is breathtaking considering the fort’s outline resembles a human figure – as viewed from air. A conservation lab and a primate research center and a museum are all hosted in the fort situated above a coral ridge near the harbour. The history behind this fort is truly intriguing – from a fort to a prison to a museum. Be lost in time in this coastal excursion in a cosmopolitan, commercial and cultural town.

After lunch at Mbobolulu, you head for Haller Park. Named after Dr. René Haller who in 1971 began transforming Haller Park by increasing the mineral content in the soil from the waste land which is next to the Bamburi Cement Factory. The unique and globally recognized park, started in 1954 as a cement factory, is home to various bush pigs, marsh mongoose, serval cat, duiker, bushbuck, oryx, elands, waterbucks, zebras, cape buffaloes, giraffes, hippos and various animals. Remember to say hi to Sally and Potty, two of the friendliest hippos in the park.

Breakfast, dinner and overnight at Severin Sea Lodge

0800 Hrs. After breakfast, check out and drive to Tsavo East National Park. Tsavo East National Park forms part of the vast Tsavo National Park together with Tsavo West National Park. The Eastern Park, the larger of the two, is located midway between Nairobi and the coastal town of Mombasa. Elephants roam freely in this arid bush that forms part of the Yatta Plateau. Larger mammals are in abundance – hirola, gerenuk, lesser kudu, waterbucks, crocodile, hippo, elephant, leopard, lion, buffalo and rhino. It’s not all about animals as major physical attractions abound. From Galana River to the Lugard Falls and their weirdly eroded rocks and the Mudanda Rock next to Aruba Natural Dam- an elephants haven. Cameras should not be forgotten as the over 500 bird species add to the perfect shot opportunities. Arrive in time for lunch and check in at Voi Safari lodge. Early after at leisure and later game drive in the park returning late in the evening at your lodge.

Dinner and overnight at Voi Safari Lodge.

Day 4 :

0630 Hrs. Early morning game drive in the park. Late breakfast will be provided at your lodge. Later check out and drive to Tsavo West National park. Tsavo West National Park is a world renown wildlife viewing spot. Here you lay eyes – and lenses - on the almost extinct basra reed warbler, corncrake, buffaloes, leopards, cheetah, lions, hippos, rhino and elephant, crocodiles, vervet monkeys, antelope, baboons and giraffes. This park is also a birdwatcher’s paradise and the range of flora is truly captivating: vast acacia dot the woodland and grassland connected to the scrubland through riverine vegetation. Rocky ridges in the park are a major geo-physical attraction added together to the Mzima Springs, the source of Mombasa’s water. These springs are recharged daily with hundreds of millions of litres of crystal clear water by underground streams emanating from Chyulu Hills. At Mzima, you will view all sorts of animals gathering for a drink particularly in the dry season. You will be able to spot the crocodiles and the hippo.

Dinner and overnight at Ngulia safari Lodge.

0800 Hrs. After breakfast, short game drive will be provided enroute to Mombasa. On arrival Mombasa check in at Severin Sea Lodge. Lunch on your own. Dinner and overnight at Severin Sea Lodge.

Day 6 :

Brekafast at your beach hotel. Spend the day at Mombasa enjoying the beautiful beach of Severin Sea Lodge. Lunch will be provided. Afternoon at Leisure. Later in the evening pickup from your hotel for Dhow dinner cruise. Returning to your hotel late at night. Overnight at Severin Sea Lodge.

After breakfast, depending on the timing of your flight, you will be transferred to Mombasa Airport.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • - On arrival meet & assist at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
  • - Transport based on a safari vehicle while on safari.
  • - Driver allowance while on safari.
  • - Game drive as per the Itinerary.
  • - Par fee for driver and vehicle.
  • - Half board accommodation at Severin Sea Lodge.
  • - Park entrance fee for Tsavo East and West National park.
  • - Service of an English-speaking driver guide for the tours.
  • - Dhow Cruise dinner.
  • - Any applicable Government taxes

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • - Extras at the lodge or hotel. I.e drinks, telephone, laundry or any
  • other personal expenses.
  • - Tips to driver guide and porters.

Frequently asked Questions

How fit do I need to be to do a safari?

Any person can do these safaris, even if you do not have any previous experience. You should be aware of what to expect and mentally prepare for it. Then, as long as you will to, you can.

What about battery charging and hot shower facilities?

Yes, you can charge batteries en route. Charger should be brought. There are hot shower facilities as well. You may have to pay certain amount for both. Also, hot water facility could be free at lower elevation.

Are there ATMs on safari camps?

No. There are no ATMs. You will have to draw enough cash in Nairobi. There are a number of ATMs in these cities.

Is there internet access?

Yes. Internet can be accessed in most places. Sometimes, there might be some technical problems. Internet deep in the jungle is not as fast as you are used to and at times you can just lose connection.

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