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1 Day Shimba Hills Jeep Safari

The safari for beginners

Our shortest safari for beginners gives a feeling what it means to go on safari. You can even do a guided walk to Sheldrick Falls.

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    from 109/- Euro per person
    by participation of minimum 4 pax
    prices for residents on request
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    1 day
    inclusive lunch at Shimba Hills Lodge

Only an one hour drive from Diani Beach is Shimba Hills National Reserve. During a day trip you can explore the wildlife and nature of one of the last coastal forests. From several viewpoints you watch spectacular sunrises and sunsets and you can do a guided walk with a refreshing bath at Sheldrick Falls.
The trip is perfectly for those who wants to go on safari the first time, to get a feeling for nature and wildlife. Elephants wander through the forest while on the savannah you can find giraffes, buffalos, warthogs and a special kind of antilope (only here you can find in Kenya briding sable antelopes in the wild).
Lunch is at Shimba Hills Lodge, located next to a waterwhole, the lodge is a paradies for animal and birdlovers.
If you like we can book you in for overnight – just ask us for prices!

Day 1   From Coast to Shimba Hills National Reserve to Coast


Services included

  • 1 day trip including lunch
    (L = Lunch)
  • Entrance fee to the national reserve
  • by an armed ranger guided walk to Sheldrick Falls and back
  • All game drives
  • Insured, safe safari jeep
    (max. 6 pax in one vehicle; radio or mobile phone connection)
  • Windowseat is guaranteed
  • Very experienced driver guides (English/German/etc. speaking)
  • Every day adequate water in the vehicle
  • Binocular and coolbox in the vehicle

Services exkluded

  • Drinks at the Lodge
  • Expenditure for personal use
  • Tips

Prices - inclusive all government taxes

By participation of minimum 4 pax

from 109/- Euro

By participation of minimum 2 pax

from 149/- Euro

Prices for overnight and for residents & children on request

Day 1   From Coast to Shmba Hills National Reserve to Coast
Between 6 and 7 a.m. you will be picked up from your accommodation and start your adventure to the African bush.

From Diani Beach it will take you around an hour from Mombasa a bit longer because of the ferry. After you have passed the entrance gate look out for elephants which wander throught the dens forest. After a  while you will reach open savannah where you can find giraffes, warthogs, buffalos and the rare sable antelopes, but also baboons, bush bucks and some other types of antilopes. From the viewpoints you can see until the ocean.

At 10 a.m. your walk accompanied by an armed ranger is starting to Sheldrick Falls. Around 2 km mostly downhill the way goes first through open grasland and later through some light forest. After almost 24 minutes you reach the waterfall and can take a refreshing bath. Then you have to return the same way back, now uphill, so you might sweat a lot. Back to the vehicle you do a game drive enroute to Shimba Hills Lodge where you will have lunch. Squirrals will try to get a bite. From the terrasse one is overlooking the waterwhole. You are deciding at what time you are starting for the next game drive. At around 5 p.m. you will leave the reserve and drive back to your hotel (L).


We are also willing to show you more of Kenyas beautiful places after enjoying the adventure with us. Some of them being a Mombasa city tour, culture&nature of Tsavo or Amboseli not forgetting the way of Kenyan people's live. At your own individual likes.

Your security is our priority!
Changes to the itinerary are possible, if necessary, depending on the situation and conditions on the ground. They will be discussed with you.

Flash is required!
Magical scenes: Shimba Hills
Flash is required!
Sable Antelopes in Shimba Hills National Reserve, KENYA

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