2 Weeks Amazing Budget and Midrange Kenya Safari Itinerary

Item Code: 86-2394

Kenya is a stunningly beautiful country, and its capital, Nairobi, is its energetic pulsating heart. Nairobi, Kenya’s bustling and dynamic capital, is a beautifully cosmopolitan city with a thriving culinary scene and an invigorating spirit of exploration. So, the first stop on the week-long excursion will be in Nairobi, followed by Maasai Mara, Amboseli National Park, Mombasa, Kilifi, and finally Lamu. Have a wonderful two weeks in Kenya!


Day 1 – 2: Arrival and Tour of Nairobi

Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport hosts tour travellers. Karen Blixen’s 1920s home, now a museum, will be the first stop. The Karen Blixen Coffee Gardens and Cottages features superb food, friendly staff, and a peaceful, green location for breakfast. Giraffe Centre has feeding platforms and a 94-acre forested natural area. Giraffes are kissable from a wooden platform. After that, you’ll observe mud baths and feedings at the Elephant Nursery, an orphaned elephant rescue and rehab center. Dinner and rest at your lodge.

Nairobi has five interesting activities on day 2. Walk to Yaya from Ngong Hills. 5-hours. Hikers and picnickers climb Ngong hills for valley and city views. Hiking clothes, shoes, sticks, refreshments, and music are needed. The Hub Karen contains a lake, posh boutiques, and restaurants after Karen. Giraffe Manor, a luxurious all-inclusive hotel with giraffe feeding and wildlife drives, awaits. Yaya Center, an indoor mall with apparel, cosmetics, gadgets, a grocery, and a food court, is next. Great service. Dinner and leisure will follow your hotel check-in.

Accommodation: Aero Club Accommodation

Day 3 – 6: The Masai Mara

You will be picked up from your residence in Nairobi and transported to the meeting location for your tour. Pay off outstanding obligations first. Our journey to Masai Mara will begin with a safari briefing before we make the scenic drive across the Great Rift Valley. Big Five animals including lions, elephants, leopards, buffalo, and rhinoceroses congregate in the Serengeti grasslands, where the Great Wildebeest Migration takes place, throughout the year.

Following a leisurely lunch in camp, we’ll unwind before setting out on our afternoon safari. The Mara Game Reserve in Kenya is truly one of the world’s most beautiful places. Seeing a wide variety of mammoth creatures is simple. Wildebeest, impala, zebra, topi, thomson’s, and grants gazelles are just some of the tens of thousands of plain game that call this park home.

We’ll head out on a safari when we finish eating. Grasslands dotted with acacia trees and teeming with exotic animals—welcome to the Africa of your dreams. Take a day and go on a safari in the Maasai Mara. Our morning safari will take place from 6:15 am to 9 am, before breakfast, and our afternoon safari will be from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm, after lunch. Traveling with a large group on a private safari game drive can be a hassle, but it’s a great option for Full-day, picnic lunch-accompanied game drives are provided at no cost. Guests are encouraged to stay for dinner and the night at the resort.

Accommodation: Mara Sopa Lodge, Mara Leisure Tent Camp, or a comparable establishment for dinner and overnight.

Day 7 – 8: Amboseli National Park

Pickup in the wee hours from Maasai Mara. Drive the less than five hours from Maasai Mara to Amboseli National Park at the base of Kilimanjaro. After a short game drive, you’ll settle into your lodge and eat lunch. Please enter your hotel. Even more gaming drives in the afternoon! Elephants, Lions, Cheetah, and Buffalo may all be spotted in the wetland area around Mount Kilimanjaro, making it one of the best places in Africa to capture wildlife photographs. Spend the night in Amboseli Serena Lodge or AA Lodge Amboseli after a late meal.

Enjoy a sunrise wildlife drive before heading back to the resort for breakfast. If you want to continue your game drive in the afternoon, check out after breakfast and bring a picnic lunch. One of the most visited parks in all of Kenya is Amboseli. Amboseli is one of the best sites in Africa to see enormous herds of elephants up close, and the name originates from a Maasai phrase meaning “salty dust.” There are five distinct ecosystems for visitors to explore, including the savannah, woods, wetlands with sulphur springs, and the dried-up bottom of Lake Amboseli. Safari until noon. After leaving the park, you’ll have less than a five-hour drive to Nairobi. As soon as you land in Nairobi at around 6:00 p.m., we’ll take you to your hotel or the airport as you head to Mombasa.

Accommodation: Amboseli Eco camp

Day 9 – 10: Mombasa

The first stop is Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre in Mombasa, Kenya, which helps more than 100 men and women artisans with different abilities overcome their physical limitations and empower them economically and socially to become fully integrated members of their communities by providing social benefits like a clinic, nursery school, social hall, sports, HIV prevention, and more. Bombolulu began in 1969 and the Association for the Physically Disabled of Kenya took it in 1987.

Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve follows. Kenya’s Mombasa marine park and national reserve. Park is 10 km2, reserve 200 km2. Snorkeling and diving make it a popular beach near tourist sites. Kenya’s most-visited marine park.

After lunch, visit Haller Park in Bamburi, Mombasa, Kenya. A quarry wasteland becomes an ecological habitat. Haller Park attracts tourists and locals with its diverse plant and animal life.

You will finish the day with Mamba Village. It is a picnic spot with crocodiles, ostriches, and tortoises. Crocodiles are handleable. Just don’t damage the animal or yourself. A decent restaurant serves several dishes. Yu will then head to your hotel for dinner and an overningt rest.

Old Town, Mombasa, Kenya, is the last destination. The 72-hectare Old Town on Mombasa Island’s southeast coast is home to native, Arab, Asian, Portuguese, and British residents.

From Fort Jesus, your second day will be busy. Fort Jesus Museum on Mombasa Island protects Portuguese East Africans. The British protectorate turned the Fort into a jail from a barracks. The National Museums of Kenya manages the Fort, an East African landmark.

Nguuni Natural Sanctuary will follow. Bamburi Cement Plant, a unique “out of Africa” nature reserve, lies 4 kilometers away. Fish and birds inhabit rain-fed ponds. The grassland has large Leopard Orchid-crowned Doum Palms. Perfect for family, friends, business, and educational school visits. Weddings are beautiful here. Eco-Safari now available.

Next, visit Jumba la Mtwana, a historical landmark and archeological site on Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast at the Mtwapa Creek in Malindi, Kilifi County, north of Mombasa. 14th century. It has a Sea Mosque. Kilifi awaits in the evening.

Accommodation: Tulia House

Day 11 – 12: Kilifi

After breakfast, you will have the rest of the day free to do as you choose in the surrounding city. You are free to visit the beach, Elephant tusks, or any of the other destinations the guest prefers, but you will be responsible for the costs associated with these outings. In addition to this, you will observe the bioluminescence that occurs in the waters of Kilifi Creek. You also have the option of participating in a variety of beach activities such as kitesurfing, sailing, paddle boarding, snorkeling, and a lot of other water sports.

After breakfast on the second day, you will have some free time during which you will be able to rest, visit any place, or participate in any beach activity of your choice at your own expense. In addition to that, you will do snorkeling or scuba diving, and in the evening, you will go on a tour of the local village. After that, you will make your way back to the hotel for some rest and dinner before calling it a night. Once some time has passed, you will be collected by the predetermined vehicle and transferred to Lamu, which is the final destination of the excursion.

Accommodation: Distant Relatives Ecolodge and Backpackers

Day 13 – 14: Lamu

The first thing you do when you get up in Lamu, in northern Kenya, is have breakfast. Lamu Old Town’s confusing layout ensures that the initial endeavor will go astray. There will be no specific agenda other than to stroll around and take in the local atmosphere. Afterwards, you’ll set out aboard a dhow under the glow of the moon. Sailing the Lamu Archipelago in a classic dhow will provide you with a unique kind of euphoria. The next stop is lunch. Following lunch, you’ll embark on a journey to Manda Island, where you’ll spend the night at the Majis Resort.

On day 2, you’ll all eat breakfast together for the first time. Beginning with a trip to the market, fort, and museum is the first order of business. You’ll have a fantastic time learning about the past through this medium. Try some of the local lunch options in Lamu. The seafood on offer is healthy, light, and excellent. The trip’s final stop will be a stop to a refuge for abused and abandoned donkeys. The excursion ends with your departure from the hotel and return to Nairobi.

Accommodation: Majis Resort

Questions & Answers

Do you speak spanish?

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, utinam munere antiopam vel ad. Qui eros iusto te. Nec ad feugiat honestatis. Quo illum detraxit an. Ius eius quodsi molestiae at, nostrum definitiones his cu. Discere referrentur mea id, an pri novum possim deterruisset. Eum oratio reprehendunt cu. Nec te quem assum postea.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.