Kenya is a stunning country, and its capital city, Nairobi, is often referred to as the beating heart of the nation. The city that serves as Kenya’s capital is a busy and vibrant location that emanates an endearingly cosmopolitan air, is home to a flourishing culinary scene, and has an attractive sense of adventure. This city is Nairobi. You are going to get out of the city and head to a more rural section of the country so that you can experience a variety of breathtaking landscapes and fascinating creatures. I really hope that you have a fantastic time when you are on holiday in Kenya for the next three weeks. I know that you deserve it.
- Airport transfers
- Park fees/charges
- Pick and drop dervices
- 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
At the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, our tour guide/driver will be waiting to meet their passengers. The Karen Blixen Museum is the first destination on the tour, and it is located in the villa where Blixen wrote her memoirs in the 1920s. Karen Blixen Coffee Gardens and Cottages, known for its tranquil setting in the woods and its excellent breakfasts, is where you'll be eating in the morning. The Giraffe Centre is a 94-acre woodland nature park and conservation and breeding institution where visitors can feed giraffes on elevated platforms. From a raised wooden platform, visitors may go within kissing distance of the giraffes. You'll then visit the Elephant Nursery, a sanctuary where orphaned elephants are cared for and given specialized care, including mud baths and feedings. Have some dinner and some rest at your lodge.
After breakfast, your guide will pick you up and take you to Samburu National Park in a vehicle. With a six-hour trip behind you, you can expect to reach your destination just in time for lunch. Afterward, from 1600 till dusk, you can go on a game drive.
The second day will be jam-packed with fun activities including balloon rides, sundowners, and bush walks. We must be up at 4:00 a.m. (or earlier, depending on the camp you've booked with) in order to get ready for our balloon ride over the beautiful Masai Mara scenery. A view of the night sky and the Mara River.
Zebras, topis, giraffes, antelopes, and Impalas will all join the camp for a champagne breakfast following a 60-minute balloon ride. On a half-day game drive, you can look for the "big five," other large cats, and unique birds in the reserve. After your two-hour game drive in the reserve, come back to camp for some lunch and rest. Enjoy the African sunset with a drink after our wildlife drive. After dinner, we retire to the Lodge for the night.
The food for the third-day meals, Game drive in the morning with a picnic lunch: The quiet atmosphere and genuine wilderness experience distinguish it from the more popular Kenyan wildlife reserves; there is plenty of animals and excellent opportunities for bird viewing. Seeing wildlife in the hot, semiarid reserve is a breeze. We'll have supper and spend the night in the lodge/camp.
Start your day off right with a full breakfast, and then make your way to Ol Pejeta Conservancy, where you may unwind and have lunch before carrying on with your day. On a wildlife drive in the afternoon, you can see the Jane Goodall Institute's Chimpanzee Sanctuary, a beautiful sanctuary where orphaned chimps are cared for, as well as the highly protected and walled refuge of black rhino, home to forty gorgeous individuals. In the camp/lodge for the evening and night.
After breakfast, pack a picnic lunch and spend the day exploring the wilderness. Several different kinds of animals, including the "big five," call the reserve home (elephant, rhinoceros, lion, leopard, and buffalo). As compared to other Kenyan parks and reserves, Sweetwaters National Reserve packs the most animals into its small territory. The camp's close proximity to a salt lick and waterhole should result in unprecedented levels of closeness. Dinner and overnights at the lodge/camp
Accommodation: Sweetwaters Serena Camp
After a hearty breakfast, we'll hit the road bright and early so you can make it to Lake Nakuru before lunch. On the way to Nakuru, you'll have a brief 20-minute layover through the internationally renowned Great Rift Valley. With some time to spare, you can stop and get some stunning images of the surrounding area. Upon entering the national park, the first thing you do is go on a game drive till you reach the lodge where you will eat lunch. Large animals like rhinos, elephants, lions, and hippos, as well as flamingos in big flocks floating on the lake, are just some of the sights you can expect to witness in this park. We'll provide you with food around noon today. The afternoon game drives will begin after you have eaten lunch and had some time to relax. You then go to the lodge for the evening and a hearty meal.
Accommodation: Lake Nakuru Lodge
Transfers to and from the tour's meeting location will be arranged by your Nakuru hotel free of charge. Prioritize debt repayment. We will get a safari briefing before making the scenic drive across the Great Rift Valley to Masai Mara. The Big Five—lions, elephants, leopards, buffalo, and rhinoceroses—congregate on the Serengeti plains all year long in anticipation of the Great Wildebeest Migration.
After a leisurely lunch in camp, we'll pack up and head off on our afternoon safari. Among the most stunning landscapes on Earth is found in Kenya's Mara Game Reserve. Seeing a plethora of gigantic animals is simple. Many species of plain game call this park home, including tens of thousands of wildebeest, impala, zebra, topi, thomson's, and grants gazelles.
We're having lunch, and then we're going on safari. You have arrived in the Africa of your dreams, where acacia trees dot the plains and strange animals abound. You may go on a safari in the Maasai Mara, Kenya, in a single day. Our morning safari will go from 6:15 am to 9 am (before breakfast), and our afternoon safari will run from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm (after lunch). Game drives that last the entire day, complete with a picnic lunch, are provided at no extra cost; however, taking a large group can be difficult. It is recommended that visitors spend the night at the resort.
Accommodation: Mara Sopa Lodge, Mara Leisure Tent Camp, or a comparable establishment for dinner and overnight.
Maasai Mara early morning pickup. Drive from Maasai Mara to Amboseli National Park at Kilimanjaro in less than five hours. You'll have lunch at your lodge after a short game drive. Enter your hotel. More afternoon gaming drives! The marsh around Mount Kilimanjaro is one of the best sites in Africa to photograph elephants, lions, cheetahs, and buffalo. After dinner, stay at Amboseli Serena Lodge or AA Lodge.
Breakfast at the lodge after a daybreak wildlife drive. Check out after breakfast and bring a picnic lunch to continue your game drive in the afternoon. Amboseli is Kenya's most-visited park. Amboseli, meaning "salty dust" in Maasai, is one of the best places in Africa to witness massive elephant herds. The savannah, forests, wetlands with sulphur springs, and dried-up Lake Amboseli are five ecosystems visitors can explore. until noon. After leaving the park, Nairobi is less than five hours away. We'll take you to your hotel.
Accommodation: Amboseli Eco camp
The 3-day Tsavo East safari begins with a 6:00am hotel pickup. After entering the Tsavo East National Park gate, you will begin the safari game drive hunting for animals as we slowly drive toward your lodge. Tsavo, one of the world's largest wildlife reserves at 22,000Km2, is known for its dust-covered red elephant herds, maneless lions, leopards, cheetah, giraffe, buffalo, and other plains species. You will be assisted with check-in and lunch at Lion Hill Safari Lodge (or similar) before relaxing.
Continue game viewing at 16h00, focusing on photographing any animals or birds we see. Dinner and stay at the lodge follow before dusk. After breakfast at the lodge at 06h30, go on a game drive to find animals and big cats that may have come out during the night. Breakfast will follow the game drive at the resort. After checking out at 10:00am, we return to Nairobi and drop you off at your hotel or the airport for your flight to Mombasa.
In Mombasa, Kenya, Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre helps over 100 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. The Organization for the Physically Disabled of Kenya acquired Bombolulu in 1987.
Next is Mombasa Marine National Park. Kenya's Mombasa marine reserve. 200 km reserve, 10 km park. It's popular for snorkeling and diving near tourist attractions. Kenya's busiest marine park
Visit Mombasa's Haller Park after lunch. An ecological habitat emerges from a quarry. Haller Park's botanical and animal diversity draws visitors.
You'll conclude with Mamba Village. Picnic with crocodiles, ostriches, and tortoises. Handleable crocodiles Keep the animal and yourself safe. Good restaurants serve many foods. You'll have dinner and rest at your hotel.
Last stop: Mombasa's Old Town. The 72-hectare Old Town on Mombasa Island's southeast coast houses native, Arab, Asian, Portuguese, and British populations.
From Fort Jesus, your second day is busy. Mombasa Island's Fort Jesus Museum protects Portuguese East Africans. The Fort was jailed by the British protectorate. The National Museums of Kenya oversees the Fort, an East African landmark.
After that, Nguuni Natural Sanctuary. 4 kilometers away is the "out of Africa" Bamburi Cement Factory. Fish and birds inhabit rain-fed ponds. The grassland features leopard orchid-crowned doum palms. Great for family, friends, business, and school. Here, weddings are gorgeous. Now Eco-Safari.
Next, visit Jumba la Mtwana on Kenya's Indian Ocean coast near Mtwapa Creek in Malindi, Kilifi County, north of Mombasa.
Accommodation: Tulia House
On this morning you will head to Malindi after you meet with your tour guide. The trip has beautiful sceneries along the way since Mombasa and Malindi are one of the oldest towns meaning that they have a lot of historic places. On arrival in Malindi , you will first visit the Vasco da Gama Pillar and then then the Gede ruins. The tour guide will narrate to you the whole history behind the historic features. Thereafter you will head to the Arabuko Sokoke Forest to enjoy the beautiful wildlife. In the afternoon you will do some watersports such as surfing, SUP and kite surfing for those interested. After that, check in to your hotel for dinner and an evening rest.
On the second day, once you wake up and have breakfast in the morning, you should meet your tour guide for a briefing. After that, you will be able to take the rest of the day at your own pace and choose from a variety of activities to enjoy, such as strolling along the white beaches, going on boat excursions, scuba diving, participating in water sports activities, touring Wasini Island, or simply basking in the sunlight by the seaside. You will also go visit the Marafa Depression where you will enjoy the beautiful scenery. As the evening approaches, you will relax at the Golden Beach enjoying the evening breeze as you await your departure the next day in the morning. Included in this package are both dinner and a night's stay at the hotel.
Accommodation: White Elephant Sea Lodge
In Lamu, a town in northern Kenya, breakfast is served first thing in the morning. The complex layout of Lamu Old Town makes success unlikely on a first try. Just out for a stroll and taking in the local scenery is all that's on the agenda. Then, you'll ride a dhow while the moonlight dances across its sails. Sailing the Lamu Archipelago in a traditional dhow can bring a certain kind of happiness. Time for lunch is rapidly approaching, so we'll be leaving shortly. Immediately following lunch, you will board a boat and travel to Manda Island. After a day of exploring, you'll head back to the Banana House and Healing Centre for the night.
The second day of your trip will include your first group breakfast. A trip to the town's market, fort, and museum should be the first things on your itinerary. This medium is a great way to have a good time and learn interesting things about the past at the same time. It's recommended that you try one of the native lunch options in Lamu. The seafood available here is all high quality, low in calories, and easy on the digestive system. The expedition will end at a safe haven for abandoned and mistreated horses. After your safari is over, you'll head back to Nairobi and leave the hotel.
Accommodation: Banana house and Wellness Centre