8 Days Coast Birding Trip

Day 1: Nairobi-Taita Hills 
Leave early in the morning with birding stop overs along the way, first 
one at Lukenya plains 30 Kms from N

airobi, The next one at Hunter's 
Lodge along Mombasa road for Lunch. The garden is rich with birds, later 
proceed to Taita Hills, Overnight at Taita Rocks Hotel 
Day 2: Taita hills (Ngangao Forest) 
Spend the early morning looking for the Taita 

Endemics 
namely; Thrush, Apalis, White Eye, plus other forest birds 
Later in the afternoon drive to Tsavo East National Park 
Dinner/Overnight  Ashnil Lodge 


Day 3: Ts

avo East National Park 
Spend the whole day birding in the park 
Accommodation Ashnil Lodge 
Day 4: Tsavo East National Park- Arabuko Sokoke 
Accommodation: Arocha Kenya
Day 5:Arabuko Sokoke Forest 

Whole day birding 
Dinner/Overnight Arocha Kenya
Day 6: Arabuko 
Sokoke Forest
  There are over 270 species of birds recorded in the forest including several rare and endemic species. The Clarke’s Weaver is only found in Arabuko-Sokoke and another area 30 kms further north of Arabuko-Sokoke in 

the whole world. Other globally threatened bird species found in Arabuko-Sokoke include: Amani Sunbird, East Coast Akalat, Sokoke Scops Owl, Sokoke Pipit, and the Spotted Ground Thrush. Other birds restricted to Kenyan coastal forests are found the most easily in Arabuko-Sokoke, making it a great place to visit
Activity: Bird watching 
Accommodation Arocha Kenya
Day 7: Mida Creek/Sabaki River Mouth/Beach 
Activity: Bird watching
Overnight at Arocha Kenya 
Day 8:Morning Bird walk later after catch a flight back to Nairobi(luggage 15 kg)  

Cost (subjected to change according to the season &Hotel rates)

(i)                   2 pax USD 3000 per person sharing

(ii)                4 pax USD 2300 per person sharing

(iii) 6 pax USD 1985 per person sharing

Cost includes: Accommodation, Park &Guide fees, and Transport

 

Tour Details

Long drives; the first day to Taita Hills and 4th day to Arabuko Sokoke forest

In Arabuko forest Birding is norma

lly done early morning and late afternoon due to the warm weather of the coast

More than 300 bird species likely to be recorded