5 Days, 4 Nights Vehicle Safaris


Day 1

Arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Representatives of Safari Souk, your hosts eagerly await your arrival. Transfer to your hotel in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital city to check in to your city hotel. Rest of the day or evening is spent at leisure.
Meals: BB

Transfer to Lake Nakuru National Park

Day 2
Nairobi – Lake Nakuru National Park

After a scrumptious breakfast, check out of your hotel to depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. Enroute make a brief stop at dramatic The Great Rift Valley View Point to enjoy the breath-taking beauty of the valley below. You arrive at the lodge to a very warm welcome, check-in at the lodge followed by lunch.
This afternoon embark on a game viewing safari. Lake Nakuru is renowned for its huge concentration of brilliant pink flamingos, over 460 species of birds and a wealth of other wildlife. The lake’s abundance of algae attract millions of pink flamingos that famously line the shore. The picturesque Lake Nakuru is home to millions of Greater Flamingoes and Lesser Flamingoes, the fish eating pelicans as well as over 450 other species of birds. It is also a good location for game viewing of the white rhino, the lion, the waterbuck leopard, the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, Burchell’s zebras, impalas, Gazelles, and antelopes among others warthogs, baboons and 56 different species of mammals.
The park has three famous viewpoints from where you can get a picturesque aerial view Lake Nakuru landscape i.e. Lion Hill, Baboon cliff and Out of Africa Hills
There are also over 400 bird species in the Park. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge.
Meals: LDBB

Transfer to Masai Mara National Reserve

6 days 5 nights

Day 3
Lake Nakuru National Park – Masai Mara National Reserve

After an early morning breakfast, drive to the Masai Mara National Reserve, the unspoiled Savannah which offers a breathtaking scenery and plenty of game. Arrive at our select lodge/camp to a very warm welcome for lunch followed by some leisure time. This afternoon is the time when the excitement of Mara begins – we depart for a short yet thrilling game viewing drive. You are introduced to the Rolling plains and grasslands lined with Acacia trees, stretching far into the horizons as far as the eye can see is home to the black-maned lion, the savannah elephant, the Cape Buffalo, Wildebeests, the elusive Leopard, Cheetah, the spotted & stripped Hyena, the Rhino, Topi, Burchelle’s zebra, the Maasai giraffe among other wildlife. The Mara Game Reserve is always full of surprise and marvel. The grandeur of the majestic Mara with its vast population of bird and wildlife species truly designates it as ______the world. For a long time, Mara Game Reserve has stubbed her authority as the ‘granary’ of wildlife in Kenya. We return back to the camp for dinner and overnight.
Meals: LDBB.

Full Day in the Masai Mara National Reserve

Day 4

Sumptuous breakfasts then we depart for a full day adventure. Be on the look-out for the big five that Masai Mara is famous for. These include the lion, savannah (African) elephant, the Cape buffalo, the leopard and the black rhino. During the early morning Safari, if we may be lucky to witness a lion or a leopard or a cheetah sprint and make a kill! After a day full of excitement, we return back to the camp for dinner and overnight.
Visit to an ‘off the beaten’ track Masai Manyatta (Masai Village)
Meals: LDBB

Transfer to Nairobi

10 Days 9 Nights

Day 5
Masai Mara National Reserve – Nairobi

This morning after a leisure breakfast, we check-out. Our memorable bush experiences have come to an end. As much as we would love to continue to be in the wild, we bid farewell to our _ lodge manager and his team depart for Nairobi, packed with memorable pictures of the enthralling safari experience of the tour which shall remain etched in our memories forever. Our guide driver will transfer you to a restaurant near the Airport for lunch (time permitting) and then drop you at the Jomo Kenyatta International airport for your onward flight home.
Meals: BB.

Transfer to Jomo Kenyatta Int. Airport

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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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