Kenya is a beautiful country, and the capital city of Nairobi is known as the throbbing heart of the country. The city that serves as the capital of Kenya is a bustling and lively place that exudes an endearingly cosmopolitan air, is home to a thriving cuisine scene, and has an appealing sense of adventure. You are going to leave the city to travel to a more rural part of the country to see a variety of stunning landscapes and interesting species. I am hoping that you have a wonderful time on your vacation in Kenya over the next two weeks.
- Airport transfers
- Park fees/charges
- Pick and Drop Services
- Drinking Water During the Safari/Tour
- Outdoor activities (as per the itenerary)
- Accommodation (as per the itenerary)
- A professional driver/guide Transportation; 4*4 Jeep, Van, or by air (as per the itenerary)
- All Taxes/VAT
- Meals; full board or half-board (as per the itenerary)
- ** Any other inclusion as indicated in the itenerary
- Insurance (where applicable)
- International flights charges and fares
- Tips and gifts to service providers
- Any personal item that you may need during the tour
- Additional government imposed taxes and/or park fees
- Drinks and meals outside the tour package
- Visa charges
- Additional accommodation (as you may choose)
- Any other charges that may arise in due time
Our Driver/Guide will meet and pick you at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The first stop will be the Karen Blixen Museum, a 1920s villa where Bixen lived and wrote her memoirs. Breakfast will be at Karen Blixen Coffee Gardens and Cottages, which has delicious cuisine, friendly staff, and a peaceful, green location. Giraffe Centre, a conservation and breeding center with feeding platforms and a 94-acre forested nature park, awaits. You can kiss giraffes from a wooden platform. You'll then observe mud baths and feedings at the Elephant Nursery, a rescue and rehab center for orphaned elephants. Relax and eat at your lodge at night.
Accommodation: Aero Club
Your driver/guide will drive you to Samburu national park after breakfast. As it is a 6 hour drive you will approach later in the day, you will arrive in time for lunch at the reserved lodge or camp. Following lunch head for an afternoon game drive as from 1600hrs to dusk.
day 2 will be an acitivity-filled day with Balloon rides, sundowners, and bush walks. We will be required to wake very early at 4.00 am (Depending on the camp you are registered in) in the morning ready for the balloon Trip over the lovely grasslands and landscape of Masai Mara. watching the sky and Mara River.
After a 60-minute balloon trip, the camp will have a champagne breakfast with zebras, topis, giraffes, antelopes, and Impalas. Search the reserve for the big five, large cats, and rare birds on a half-day game drive. Return to camp for lunch and recover before a 2-hour game drive in the reserve. After our game walk, have a sundowner enjoying the African Sky. We have dinner and stay at the Lodge.
Third-day lunch and dinner, Morning game drive with picnic lunch: The tranquil ambiance and the true wilderness experience set it apart from the better-known wildlife reserves in Kenya, there is sufficient wildlife and the bird watching is especially good. Game watching is simple in the hot, semi-arid reserve. Dinner and stay at the Lodge/camp.
After a hearty breakfast, head out for Ol Pejeta Conservancy, where you may relax and enjoy lunch before continuing on with your day. See the Chimpanzee Sanctuary, a lovely haven founded by the Jane Goodall Institute to provide sanctuary to orphaned chimpanzees, and the highly protected and walled refuge of black rhino, with its stunning forty individuals, on an afternoon wildlife drive. In the lodge/camp for supper and the night.
Have a picnic lunch and go on a full-day game drive after breakfast. The reserve is home to a wide variety of species, including the "big five" (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard, and buffalo). Sweetwaters National Reserve has the largest concentration of wildlife compared to its size of any Kenyan park or reserve. We should expect never-before-seen levels of proximity because of the camp's proximity to a salt lick and waterhole. In the Lodge/camp for Supper and Nights.
Accommodation: Sweetwaters Serena Camp
There will be an early morning drive after breakfast for you to reach Lake Nakuru on time. You will have a stopover of around twenty minutes in the world-famous great rift valley as you are traveling to the town of Nakuru. During this break, you will have the opportunity to take photographs of the breathtaking scenery. As soon as you enter the national park, you go on a game drive on the way to the lodge where you will have lunch. When you visit this park, you will have the opportunity to see large animals such as rhinos, elephants, lions, and hippos, as well as groups of flamingos flying over the lake. At midday, we will offer you with lunch. After you've had lunch and had some time to unwind, you'll go on game drives in the afternoon. After that, you make your way back to the lodge for dinner and to spend the night there.
Accommodation: Lake Nakuru Lodge
Courtesy of our driver, your hotel in Nakuru will arrange transportation to and from the tour meeting point. Pay off due obligations first. Before we make the beautiful drive across the Great Rift Valley to reach Masai Mara, we will get a safari briefing. The Serengeti grasslands, where the Great Wildebeest Migration takes place, are a year-round magnet for the Big Five—lions, elephants, leopards, buffalo, and rhinoceroses.
We will have a relaxing lunch in camp and then go on our afternoon safari. The Mara Game Reserve in Kenya is truly one of the world's most beautiful places. Viewing a vast array of mammoth creatures is straightforward. Tens of thousands of plain game, including wildebeest, impala, zebra, topi, thomson's, and grants gazelles, make this park their home.
When we finish lunch, we're going on a safari. Welcome to the Africa of your imagination, where the grasslands are filled with acacia trees and exotic creatures abound. Consider taking a day trip to the Maasai Mara to go on a safari. Two safaris have been planned for us: one in the morning from 6:15 am to 9 am (before breakfast) and another in the afternoon from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm (after lunch). Full-day, picnic lunch-accompanied game drives are included at no additional expense, however traveling with a large party can be a burden. In order to fully experience the resort, guests are recommended to spend the night.
Accommodation: Mara Sopa Lodge, Mara Leisure Tent Camp, or a comparable establishment for dinner and overnight.
Breakfast is the first meal of the day in Lamu, a town in northern Kenya. A first attempt at navigating Lamu Old Town is certain to fail due to the city's complicated structure. The only plan is to take a leisurely stroll and take in the sights and sounds of the area. Next, you'll go on a dhow as the moonlight reflects off its sails. A certain type of joy can be experienced while sailing the Lamu Archipelago in a traditional dhow. It's almost time for lunch, so we'll soon be on our way there. After finishing lunch, you'll board a boat and head to Manda Island. In the evening, you'll return to the Banana House and Wellness Centre, where you'll spend the night, eat dinner, and relax.
You'll have your first shared breakfast as a group on day 2. The first order of business is a visit to the local market, fort, and museum. Much fun can be had while simultaneously expanding one's knowledge of the past through this medium. The local lunch options in Lamu are well worth exploring. All of the seafood on offer is delicious, nutritious, and easy on the stomach. The final stop of the trip will be at a sanctuary that takes in neglected and abused equines. You will check out of the hotel and return to Nairobi at the conclusion of the adventure.
Accommodation: Banana house and Wellness Centre