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From Arusha, 2 nights Amboselli, then Nairobi?

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I'm now playing with various itineraries, tour operators, etc. for a N. Tanzania + Rwanda trip, either Feb or sometime in July - Oct (flying in and out of NBO).... Without bothering you all with the details of other parts of the plan, I would like to figure out how we might make this segment:

Transfer from Arusha to Amboselli (Tortilis Camp) for 2 nights. Following this we'd need to get to Nairobi (to the city (Nairobi Intercontinental Hotel - not the airport yet). Are there reliable ground-transfer services for such a route? Are their short flights possible?

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