10 Days A Lion King Adventure for Kids (Value; Ages 3+)


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Kenya influenced the 1994 Lion King film and many of the 2019 version’s computer-generated graphics. This spectacular 10-day safari provides grandstand views of these breathtaking settings and up-close interactions with the movie’s famed animals. An award-winning camp in a private game reserve near Amboseli National Park begins this Lion King journey. This stunning protection area is home to lion, cheetah, giraffe, striped hyena, and Amboseli’s famous elephants. Then see East Africa’s largest sanctuary for endangered black rhinos and rescued chimps in a hidden valley. Our New Safari Bucket List’s best-kept secret, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya’s Laikipia region, is where you’ll stay at a small eco-camp. Track the Big 5 on daily game drives and nature walks with Maasai guides and visit Baraka, Ol Pejeta’s black rhino ambassador. Your next trip is Meru National Park, home to Born Free’s Elsa. Elsa the Lioness was raised and buried on Meru by conservationists George and Joy Adamson. Rhino River Camp’s lovely site overlooks the Kindani River, and each room has an own meditation area. The Big 5 (elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion, and leopard) can be seen within minutes of leaving camp at Meru National Park. An award-winning tented camp in Kenya is the perfect place to end this incredible safari. The Masai Mara National Reserve borders the Olare Motorogi Conservancy, a wildlife protection and low-impact tourism region. Private wildlife drives and Maasai warrior-led bush treks will fill your final days.

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Days 1-2: Welcome to Africa! | 1 Night

When you arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you’ll be greeted by a helpful guide who will take you to the Nairobi Tented Camp. Nairobi National Park, the most easily accessible safari site in Kenya, is just 7 kilometres (4 miles) from the heart of the capital city, and that’s where you’ll find this genuine safari camp. Nairobi Tented Camp is a calm oasis in a riverine forest, perfect for a restful night’s sleep before venturing into the wild.

Days 2-4: Encounter Amboseli’s gentle giants | 2 Nights

You will be driven to Wilson Airport after a hearty breakfast, and from there you will catch a quick flight to the Selenkay Conservancy. After being picked up at a bush airstrip, you will be taken to Porini Amboseli Camp through a game drive en way. The roomy tents at this quaint camp have all the classic safari appeal you remember. Your luxury tent comes complete with a private bathroom, including a shower, sink and flush toilet, all lit by solar panels.

Enjoy guided wildlife drives in both Amboseli National Park and the Selenkay Conservancy. Seek for the likes of the elephant, lion, cheetah, and giraffe in an area rich in wildlife. Spend the day at Amboseli taking in the breathtaking scenery and breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro. You can’t embark on night game drives or escorted bush walks with Maasai warriors in the park, but you can do both back in Selenkay.

Take guided wildlife drives through Selenkay Conservancy and Amboseli National Park. Explore the diverse animal life of this area and see big cats, giraffes, and elephants. Spend a day in Amboseli taking in the breathtaking scenery of Mount Kilimanjaro and enjoying a picnic meal. Back in Selenkay, you can engage in night game drives and Maasai warrior-led bush walks, both of which are banned inside the national park.

Days 4-6: Discover Kenya’s best-kept secret | 2 Nights

Guests will be taken to Rhino Porini Camp within the Ol Pejeta Conservancy after a quick flight back to Wilson Airport. Ol Pejeta, located in the shadow of Mount Kenya, is home to the Big 5 as well as the largest refuge for endangered black rhinos in East Africa and a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees. The camp has seven large tents and is located in a remote valley on the forested banks of a seasonal river.

Take guided walks with Maasai experts, go on game drives in search of the Big Five, and relax with a drink as the sun goes down in breathtaking settings. Seeing Baraka, the Black Rhino who was rescued after losing an eye defending his territory from another bull and later lost sight in his other eye, is a highlight of a stay at Rhino Porini Camp. Black rhino ambassador Baraka lives at the Morani Information Centre in Ol Pejeta.

Take guided walks with Maasai experts, go on game drives in search of the Big Five, and relax with a drink as the sun goes down in breathtaking settings. Baraka, a Black Rhino, is a popular attraction at Rhino Porini Camp. He was rescued after losing an eye protecting his territory from another bull, and he eventually lost his sight in both eyes. Baraka lives at the Morani Information Centre and represents the black rhino population in Ol Pejeta.

the black rhino population in Ol Pejeta. Days 6-8: Journey To Elsa The Lioness’ Final Resting Place | 2 Nights

You will go on a game drive and have breakfast before being taken to the airfield for your private aircraft to Meru National Park. On the outskirts of Meru, in a patch of wilderness that is privately held, you’ll find Rhino River Camp. Enjoy the peaceful flow of the Kindani River below while you relax in your opulent cottage or take time off in your dedicated meditation space.

At Rhino River Camp, you can bask in the sun while getting a massage or reading a book by the pool, depending on your mood. The Big 5, hippo, cheetah, and more of the 300 bird species found in the region can be spotted on safari activities like bush walks and game drives in Meru.

At Rhino River Camp, your every want is catered to, whether you like to unwind with a massage or bask in the sun by the pool. In Meru, visitors can go on game drives and bush walks in search of the Big 5, hippos, cheetahs, and more than 300 different species of birds.

Days 8-10: Escape the tourist trail | 2 Nights

You will take one more game drive on Meru before boarding a chartered aeroplane to the Masai Mara. Porini Lion Camp, your last stop, is a prize-winning lodge hidden away in the untouched Olare Motorogi Conservancy. There is excellent wildlife watching in this private conservation area that is next to the Masai Mara National Reserve. A solar-powered bedside lamp illuminates your private veranda, and a hot shower and flush toilet await you in the tent’s attached bathroom.

Amazing game drives can be had here. The Masai Mara is home to a wide variety of resident wildlife, including elephants, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, hyenas, elands, and gazelles. Not to mention the Mara’s namesake big cats: lion, cheetah, and leopard. The yearly Wildebeest Migration is a spectacular natural event that takes place between the months of July and November.

The game drives here are some of the best in the world. Elephants, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, hyenas, elands, and gazelles are just some of the resident game you might see in the Masai Mara. The Mara is also home to the three most well-known cats in the world: the lion, the cheetah, and the leopard. One of nature’s greatest sights, the yearly Wildebeest Migration, can be seen if you travel there between between July and November.

Day 10: Farewell Kenya

A morning game drive and brunch will be followed by a transport to the airstrip for your flight to Nairobi. From there, you can either fly home or continue on to another African city. Get in touch with a Safari Expert to discuss adding extra stops to your Kenya vacation.


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