Tsavo Fly-In Express Featuring Kilaguni Serena Lodge

Number of Days:             3 Days
Days of operation:          Daily


Fly-in safaris are perfect for visitors to Kenya who have limited time to spare, or would simply like to add on a few nights to an existing trip. Flights depart daily from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport and the package include return flights, all transfers, meals, an English speaking driver-guide and 4x4 vehicles with a guaranteed window seat. Dates for any of these trips can be tailored to suit clients’ itinerary.

Famous for its man-eating lions and ‘red’ elephants, this is a flat picturesque landscape that is dotted with hills and baobab trees. With a few permanent rivers and springs, game is found year round, though in better concentrations during the dry season.

Day 1

Early pick from Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or a city hotel and transfer to Wilson Airport for the scheduled flight to Tsavo National Park. Upon arrival, you will be met by a guide from lodge and enjoy a game drive to the lodge. Following lunch, there is an afternoon game drive returning to the lodge as the sun sets.
Overnight at a Kilaguni Serena Lodge on a full board basis

Day 2

Full day game viewing in the park.
Overnight at a Kilaguni Serena Lodge on a full board basis

Day 3
Following breakfast, there will be a game drive transfer back to the airstrip for the scheduled flight to Nairobi. Upon arrival, you will be met and transferred to a city centre hotel where your safari ends.

Kilaguni Safari Serena Lodge
In the heart of the vast Tsavo National Park lies Kilaguni Lodge, one of the best game viewing lodges in Tsavo. Only 100 metres away from the main building lies a series of waterholes that attracts animals from miles around. Tsavo is one of the great national parks in Africa. It was here that Dennis Finch-Hatton hunted, and where the lions were once famous for eating the workers on the Nairobi/Mombasa railway line. The Chyulu Hills, honeycombed with the caves in which resistance fighters took refuge during the Mau Mau rebellion, are also within striking distance. Mzima Springs is located near here, where the underground waters from Kilimanjaro and the Chyulus meet, and terrific spot for looking at hippo through an underwater viewing room – it’s a whole new perspective. Tsavo is wild and untamed, the wildlife is abundant and the snowy peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro dominate the scene and make the perfect photographic backdrop.