4 Days, 3 Nights Safari

Itinerary

Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru Safari.

Day 1
Nairobi – Lake Nakuru National Park

Be met with your expert driver cum guide for the trip at your City Hotel/ Airport. After a safari briefing, start for safari for Masai Mara at 7:30 am. Driving through the scenic Great Rift Valley, we shall stop briefly at the scenic photo point at The Great Rift Valley, viewing serene rural scenes enroute.
We shall arrive to The Lake Nakuru National Park in time for lunch. This park is often referred as the pink lake due to its enormous flocks of migratory Flamingos. Checking in to our select camp followed by lunch. After a brief settling in, we shall proceed for afternoon game drives. Lake Nakuru is also home to world’s largest population of black and white Rhinoceros, Rothschild Giraffes, tree climbing lions, leopards, warthogs, waterbucks, buffaloes, hippos and many other wildlife. Lake Nakuru National Park is a bird watchers paradise. Return to lodge after game drives. All meals and overnight at our select lodge in Lake Nakuru National Park.
Breakfast, Lunch and dinner

4 days 3 nights

Day 2
Lake Nakuru National Park – Masaai Mara

This morning, after early breakfast, we shall embark for Masai Mara where an exciting safari experience awaits us. Masai Mara has the highest concentration of wildlife and the migration in Masai Mara has been regarded as one of the spectacular wonder of the world. We shall arrive at our select lodge in Mara. After lunch and a settling in the room, we shall depart for late evening
A full day spent game viewing a cross the rich, tree-studded grassland and rolling hills. The famous Masai Mara is renowned for its immense herds of plain game, black-maned lions, leopard and cheetah but also contains numerous elephant and virtually every type of wildlife to be found in Kenya. All meals and overnight in the camp.

Day 3
Masaai Mara

Early morning today, we can experience balloon ride which is an optional activity. (Enjoy the thrill of gliding high above the impressive Masaai Mara savannah while looking down at herds of elephants and zebras tottering beneath you. A champagne breakfast awaits you in the middle of the bush. This is a memorable experience.) Whole day spent in the reserve, Kenya’s most popular game sanctuary where your search for the Big Five continues. These are the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. Game drives are flexible, with the option of going out with picnic lunch boxes to spend entire day in the park, or you can choose to have early morning and late afternoon game drives.
You will also have the option of visiting a local Maasai village to experience the local culture and lifestyle alongwith a Masaai warrior.
All meals and overnight at our select Lodge in Mara.

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

4 days 3 nights

Day 4
Mara – Nairobi

Today after Breakfast, we shall check out at 1000hrs and drive leisurely back to Nairobi enroute enjoying a farewell safari as your exciting safari comes to an end. Upon entering Nairobi, you will be suitably guided to a suitable restaurant where you can have Lunch, after which you will be dropped off at JKI Airport for your international flight back home.

Breakfast

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At select lodges on Full board basis
Private transport in a specially designed safari vehicle with a pop-up roof ideal for Game drives and sightseeing.
Services of a trained and experienced English speaking driver/guide
Drinking water during the safari
Unlimited Game drives and all park entry fees
Transfers and excursions as shown above.
International flights
Visas
Travel insurance
Inoculations and personal insurance
Drinks, tips to driver/guide, laundry and other personal expenses
Optional activities and excursions not included above
Masai Village visit
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Destinations in Kenya

Masai Mara: Wildebeest migration & game-watching all round the year

Kenya's Masai Mara conservation and the Serengeti ecosystem are home to the famous wildebeest migration. It offers the most dramatic landscapes and the grandeur of game viewing, making it one of the most sought-after safari destinations.

Hot air balloon safaris, engaging game drives, cultural interactions, and guided nature walks in private conservancies – all these make Masai Mara one of the world's most remarkable travel destinations.

Nairobi: East Africa's capital and logistics hub

With most of our Kenya safaris starting or ending in Nairobi, a stopover in this city is almost inevitable. International tourists fly into Jomo Kenyatta Airport. Nairobi also has Wilson Airport, about 90 minutes away, that provides charter flights to Kenya's safari destinations such as the Masai Mara, Amboseli, and others.

The city's main places of interest include the Karen Blixen Museum, the Giraffe Centre, and the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, located in the city's suburbs. The Nairobi National Park, amidst the city skyscrapers, is home to lions, rhino, zebra, and various antelope species and serves as a great introduction to East Africa's wildlife.

Mombasa & Kenya Beaches: Family resorts & luxury lodges

Kenya's safari destinations are the most popular. However, it's most fair to appreciate the country has a dazzling tropical coastline.

Mainland Mombasa is a popular destination, particularly for families and groups for its beach resorts. It also offers exclusive beach lodges, which are more upscale and luxurious.

Amboseli National Park: The best views of Mt. Kilimanjaro

A short driving distance from Nairobi is Amboseli National Park. Mount Kilimanjaro is located in neighboring Tanzania. However, it offers the most spectacular views from Kenya in Amboseli National Park.

There's excellent big game viewing all year round - especially around the Amboseli's wetland areas – it is particularly best for viewing herds of elephants.

Mount Kenya & Central Highlands: Game viewing away from the crowds

Visitors to Kenya looking for less busy locations should head for the rugged Central Highlands.

Africa's second-highest peak, the 5200m Mount Kenya looms over much of the region, including great wildlife destinations like the Mount Kenya National Park and the great forests of Aberdares National Park.

Lake Nakuru: Flamingos & game viewing

Lake Nakuru is a shallow soda lake. The most popular destination to see Kenya's famous flocks of flamingos that form a pink blanket along the lake shores.

Lake Nakuru National Park offers game viewing the lake shores and Rhinos and hippos among the heavyweights. Bird watching is also very popular here. The park is home to 400 species of birds.

Shaba and Samburu

Shaba and Samburu National Reserves lie north, where Kenya's savannah desert is arid and scrub with mountainous topography.

The scenery is dramatic and homes to familiar African animals, and also you'll find some rare species making it one of Kenya's most attractive places of interest.

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