This will be one of the most amazing safaris. You shouldn’t miss it anyway. So much awaits you. Join us for this.
- 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
We will pick you up either at the airport or at your hotel when you arrive. Go on the road as soon as possible and head to Samburu, crossing the equator on your way there. After arriving, go on a quick game drive on the way to the camp or lodge where lunch will be served. Relax after lunch and then go on a game drive at four in the afternoon. The Reticulated Giraffe, Grevy's Zebra, Beisa Oryx, and Blue-legged Somali Ostrich are just few of the rare animals that call Samburu National Park home. Dinner and lodging at the Lodge for the night
You can go on game drives that will take you to Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves in this park, which is one of the most scenic parks in northern Kenya and borders the murky Ewaso Nyiro river. Domed palms and riverine trees growing in clusters. The reserves are home to a variety of animal species that are not typically found in the southern game parks. Some of these animals include the Beisa Oryx, Gerenuk, Reticulated Giraffes, Grevy Zebras, Somali Ostriches, Vulture Guinea Fowl, and hundreds of Elephants. Given the opportunity to spend the evening paying a visit to the Samburu tribe (Optional). The Samburu are a Nilotic people living in north-central Kenya. Although they are connected to the Maasai, they are their own unique people. The Samburu are semi-nomadic pastoralists who herd livestock, primarily cattle, but also goats, sheep, and camels. In addition to cattle, the Samburu herd camels. dinner and a place to sleep at the lodge.
Leave Samburu after breakfast, arriving at the Sweet Waters Wildlife Sanctuary in time for lunch on the same day. Rare animals like the Beisa oryx, Rothschild's giraffe, and black rhino all call this stunning private game reserve in Africa their home. On game drives in this area, visitors can see the complete spectrum of African wildlife, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, and hippos. Spend some quality one-on-one time with some of the tame animals that are being cared for at the wildlife orphanage. Visit the Chimpanzee Sanctuary to see the chimpanzees there as well. Dinner and lodging at a luxurious lodge for the night
After breakfast, we will leave for Lake Nakuru via Thomson falls, arriving in time for lunch. After lunch, we will proceed to Laker Nakuru National Park for an extensive game viewing, searching for cats among the "Yellow fever" acacia trees, which are a leopard's favorite food source, as well as looking for rhinos. (Nakuru is home to both white and black rhinos, and the population their numbers in the tens.) The Lake Nakuru National Park is famous for the millions of flamingos and other aquatic birds, including as pelicans and cormorants, that can be found there. It's no surprise that America's most accomplished photographer.... In the past, Roger Tory Peterson referred to Lake Nakuru as the "largest bird spectacle in the world" because to the periodically high concentrations of greater and lesser flamingos that can be found there. Nowadays, Lake Nakuru is home to over 600 different kinds of birds. In addition to that, it is a certified rhino sanctuary, in addition to being home to other endangered kinds of wildlife. dinner and lodging at the lodge for the night.
After breakfast, you will drive away from Lake Nakuru and arrive in Maasai Mara in time for lunch. While you are making your way to the camp for lunch, you will go on a game drive. There will be still another game drive at four in the afternoon. Keep an eye out for the lion, the cheetah, the elephant, and the buffalo. Spend the night at a luxurious lodge.
Two full days were spent exploring the Masai Mara game reserve, traveling over the plains in search of big cats (black-maned lions, cheetahs, and leopards), and having a picnic lunch at the Mara River site. During this time of the year, the annual migrations take place, which is when millions of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle traverse the landscape of the Mara plains in order to eat the rich new grass that has been brought in from the Serengeti. Vast herds of wildebeest and zebra can be seen traveling across the Mara grasslands in large numbers. In addition, there is a possibility that you will observe other types of plain game, such as topi, hartebeest, and eland. All food and accommodations at a luxurious lodge were provided.
Two full days were spent exploring the Masai Mara game reserve, traveling over the plains in search of big cats (black-maned lions, cheetahs, and leopards), and having a picnic lunch at the Mara River site.
All food and accommodations at a luxurious lodge were provided.
We will go on a game drive quite early in the morning. In the Masai Mara, this will be your final game drive before you head back to the lodge for breakfast. After that, we finish packing and head off to Nairobi, where we arrive in the late afternoon. The end of the safari.