Amboseli is at its best during or after the rains. The shallow wetlands are full of water and the park is green.
We also explore Elerai conservancy. It is a quiet, unspoilt conservancy of 5,000 acres belonging to a Masai clan. It acts as a corridor that links Amboseli to the lower slopes of Kilimanjaro. From the northern side you get a very unusual view of the saddle between the two peaks of Kilimanjaro.
The food is very good, the service excellent; there is also a small swimming pool and a watering hole for wild animals.
Route We go through Emali. It is an excellent tarmac road with little traffic.
Cost 23,300. Children below twelve pay 13, 200
Park fees Elerai conservancy fee is 2,100 per day, including children. We pay for two nights.
We spend whole day in Amboseli. Park fee there for the day is
Residents 1,300 , citizens 860
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