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Daily Flights to Amboseli
Flight No. From To Departure Arrival
013 (Low) Wilson Amboseli 07:30 09:00
011 (High) Wilson Amboseli 08:15 08:55
015(High) Wilson Amboseli 14:00 15:20
012 Amboseli Wilson 09:05 09:50
016(High) Amboseli Wilson 15:30 16:15

Safarilink operates a daily scheduled flight to Amboseli. Most people know that at 5,896 metres (19,340 feet) Mt. Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest mountain but few are aware that it is the highest free-standing mountain in the world. And the best views of the mountain are from Amboseli! Indeed one of the most timeless images of Africa is that of a herd of elephant roaming the dusty plains of Amboseli with the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro and its snow capped peak in the background. Particularly when the early light of dawn turns the mountain to a dark hue of purple and its snows to an ethereal pink. 

But elephants are not the only animals to make their home in Amboseli and the waters of the swamp at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro draw in herds of plain's game and their attendant predators such as lions and cheetah.

During the dry seasons the plains of Amboseli are crossed by 'dust devils' as the midday temperatures and winds combine to lift the fine volcanic soil into whirling spirals. Lake Amboseli is shown on most maps but in drought periods, sometimes months or years, this very shallow lake completely dries up to reveal its white soda bed. At such times the strings of plains animals walking in file across it have a mirage like appearance. SafariLink operates a year round daily early morning scheduled service to Amboseli. The timing of the flight is such that returning passengers can connect directly to the Masai Mara or north to Nanyuki, Lewa Downs, Loisaba, Samburu or Shaba. Or to Lamu, Kiwayu and Diani on the Coast and Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.

 Nearby destinations:
 Diani Beach
 Tsavo West