CRA-K 017: Shimba Hills or Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary one (1) day holidays

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elephants_at_mwalunganje_sanctuary_day_safariHighlights: Large mammals including some very friendly zebras, warthog, bushbuck, waterbuck, baboons, Colobus and Sykes monkeys, Diverse landscape dry baobab bush land, moist deciduous forest, riverine forest along the streams of Manolo River, Kitanze waterfall, the Pemba River and Mawe ya Masaa, Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary Kenya's first community Wildlife Sanctuary which is home to Kenya's big elephant tuskers, dry baobab bush land, the endemic cycad palm, blooming desert roses, diversity of butterflies, birds and monkey-eating crowned eagle.

Depart in the morning from your beach hotel to Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary. Have a mid-morning game drive en route to Mwaluganje Elephant Camp for lunch.

Mwaluganje is a bull area boasting superb opportunity to see Kenya's big elephant's tuskers which are a big attraction. Mwaluganje is historical area where independent elephant bulls grow in preparation for the demanding life of breeding males.

Shimba Hills National Reserve on the other hand holds one of the largest areas of coastal rain forest in East Africa after Arabuko Sokoke. The vegetation consists of forested scarp slopes and undulating grasslands interspersed with woodland clumps and ribbons of riverine forest in the steeply cut valleys. The Scenic landscape comprising of hills and valleys extending beyond the reserve boundaries are wonderful to behold. Main attractions are Sheldricks Falls and the rare Sable antelope. Hot sumptuous lunch will be served at the Coastal Tree Lodge.

Rates for 2 pax @ USD 230 pp; 4 pax @ USD 180 pp; 6 pax @ USD 165 pp