The next two days feature morning and afternoon game drives. Selenkay Conservancy is a 15,000 acres area located 16kms north of the northern boundary of Amboseli National Park. The Conservancy is a pioneer of community conservation in Kenya. Selenkay shares the same eco-system as Amboseli and is established on lands leased from the local Masai with the aim of protecting the habitation and encouraging wildlife conservation as an alternative to farming as a means for the local population to earn a living. On wildlife spotting drives you can expect to see elephants, Thomson and Grant’s gazelles, lions, cheetahs and leopards, bat eared fox, mongoose, porcupine, giraffe and yellow baboon among the many indigenous species. Overnight at Selenkay Adventure Camp.