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Rolling hills and dense forest combine with extinct volcanoes and sweeping views
The Chyulu Hills, which separate the Tsavo plains from the Amboseli plains, is home to Chyulu National Park. The private concession of West Chyulu is here too, offering good lodge options outside the mass tourism of Amboseli National Park where visitors go to see both elephant and Mount Kilimanjaro. Although Chyulu Hills National Park is on the eastern slopes of the hills, the view of Kilimanjaro is from the western side. Dramatic lava flows and small craters outline the rolling hills and the elevation is ideal for sweeping views.
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Search for the almost extinct hirola antelope in Tsavo East, find Africa's largest elephants and visit Chyulu Hills to see Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak
per person7 days
Amboseli, Lake Nakuru and the Masai Mara are southern Kenya's superstars, the best places for your safari
per person10 days
To me the western Chyulu Hills are the best Amboseli experience. Ol Donyo lodge is a good place to base yourself to explore this wonderful area, with views of Kili, good plains game and even lion and leopard if you're lucky.
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There are lots of things to do in the area, where walking, night driving and horseback safaris are all based from lodges outside both parks. Chyulu Hills is a good base for exploring the whole ecosystem; from here you could go into Tsavo West and East, as well as Amboseli National Park.
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December to March are the sunniest months and perhaps the best time to visit. There are some cloudy periods and rain from March to May, and drizzle from October to early December which may restrict clear views. However, Mount Kenya National… go there.
The months of December through March and July through October are dry, making them by far the best months to visit the Samburu National Reserve. When the wildlife viewing is at its prime. go there.
May to October is the best time to visit Tsavo East and West National Park. The wildlife is easier to spot - since they gather around the waterhole. go there.
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Africa is a great continent to go horse riding and the fact that many destinations in Africa that you may want to visit may not have functioning roads, so horse riding could be one of your only options to achieve seeing all there is to see. go there.
Reviews on our Chyulu Hills (Amboseli) safaris
Discover Africa and Carel has put in such an effort for us to experience the annual wildebeest migration, meticulous planning and accurate predictions with logical and the best accommodation options both sides of the Mara River guaranteed us…
Jates and Hil Oettle
from South Africa
Thank you for the way you organised the trip for us. It was a pleasure dealing with Discover Africa and Matthys in particular. From start to finish, everything was simple and easy. Our trip has been tremendous and we would fully recommend…
Craig and Sue Wood
Our trip was arranged by Carel Verhoef at discoverafrica.com and was perfectly organised. We flew into the Masai Mara from Nairobi and all flight connections and transfers were arranged for us and went like clockwork. Carel was also very…
Our service from Discover Africa was outstanding. The recommendations on the timing of our trip, the lodges we should booked, communication and overall assistance ensured that our trip went off very smoothly and that we were in the right…
Although our safari was very expensive for us as South Africans, we were satisfied that we got a value for money experience. It was a once-in-a-lifetime safari. Knowledgeable, professional guides - an experience far beyond our expectations.…
Uwe and Doreza Kersandt
All details were covered, all staff and food excellent, service was perfect - would highly recommend for sure.
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