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A Kenya fly-in safari with The Kenya safaris Ltd is a thrilling and magical experience. Fly on a light aircraft between locations to reduce your travelling time, allowing you to spend longer unwinding in luxury camps and lodges. Spotting amazing wildlife is experienced from 4x4 vehicles with expert guides or a tracker, and you can either book one of our Fly-In Safaris with a thrilling set itinerary or tailor make a safari yourself.
Shimba Hills National Reserve
Shimba Hills National Reserve is 74 Square Miles in size and access to the Park is via Diani South Coast, 56 km from Mombasa. The most distinctive of the Shimba Hills National Reserve's many species is perhaps the rare and impressive Sable Antelope, found in the same habitats as several large herds of Buffalo)
Shimba Hills National Reserve Day Trip Safari
Shimba Hills National Reserve: Shimba Hills National Reserve Day Trip Safari Departs from your hotel at 7am. You will drive for about forty-five minutes to Shimba Hills National Reserve.
Your game drive will start from the gate, where the roof of the safari bus is lifted up to enable you to look for the many game animals found here, such as elephant, giraffe, buffalo and warthog, the rare Sable Antelope.
You will visit the magnificent Shedrick’s Falls on the slope of the hills before taking lunch at Shimba Lodge. The lodge is built around a very large tree and is the only tree hotel on the Coast.
After lunch you will continue with your game drive until 4pm when you will check out of the park and drive back to your hotel in time for dinner.
Shimba Hills National Reserve Day Trip Safari Inclusions:
- Shimba Hills National Reserve Day Trip Safari rates includes transport
- Minimum 2 People - Maximum 6 Guests per Mini-bus
- Return trip to and from your beach hotel
- All applicable entrance fees
Shimba Hills National Reserve Day Trip Safari Exclusions:
- Personal expenses such traveling insurance, excess baggage fee, communication charges that include, laundry, emails, faxes and phone calls beverages including luxury champagne, luxury spirits, beer, wines during meals or meals not indicated in the itinerary
- Gratuity for Porterage / waiters at hotels, camps and airports
- Christmas, New Year and Easter Supplement
- Gratuity for your professional driver guide
- Cost of obtaining passport and visas
- Accommodations in Mombasa
- Optional Nature walks etc
- International Airfare
Shimba Hill National Reserve Facts
- Area: 321 Square Kilometers
- Distance: from Mombasa 56 Kilometers
- Opened: September 1968
- Trip: Short excursion from coast
- Vegetation: Rich coastal rainforest
- Features: Sheldrick's Falls
- Unique animal: Sable Antelope
- Game viewing: Buffalo, Lion, Elephant, Giraffe, Leopard, Sable Antelope
The Sable Antelope Rare Species, unique to Shimba Hills Reserve
For a contrasting excursion from the Coast, Shimba Hills National Reserve is an easy drive and offers beautiful, lush scenery. It has a unique and botanically rich coastal rainforest.
Two of Kenya's most beautiful orchids can be found here. Another rare species, unique to the Reserve, is the Sable Antelope with its handsome near-black coat. Buffaloes, elephants, giraffes, lions, leopards and several primates are found here.
The best places to see wildlife are on the flat grasslands near the spectacular Sheldrick's Falls and on the Lango Plains near Giriama Point with a tremendous view over rolling park land to the escarpment, from where you can look out to the Indian Ocean.
There are number of short walking trails at Elephant Lookout and Pengo Fill and the falls. There is one lodge with 31 rooms, one self-help banda site with eight beds and two camp sites