West East Tours

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This week-long trip explores the history, geography, and animals of Kenya. Your private driver will pick you up in the busy capital and take you to some of the country’s top reserves the next day, including Lake Nakuru National Park, Maasai Mara Park, and Hell’s Gate National Park. The Great Rift Valley, Lake Naivasha, and a nearby settlement are all on the itinerary. They offer excellent opportunities to observe wildlife, including the Big Five, flamingos, wildebeest, and more.


Day 1: Arrival and Tour of Nairobi

It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to Nairobi, the capital of Kenya! Nairobi National Park can be viewed from the air just before the plane’s arrival in the city and is best appreciated from a window seat. The proximity to the city’s 117-square-kilometer (73 square-mile) park is just one of several features that sets this city apart. Many of Africa’s wild animal species live in peace and freedom in this enormous protected area, which is not a zoo.

You will be met by a private driver at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and driven to your accommodation. Nairobi, Kenya’s capital and largest city, was established in the late 19th century by colonial authorities in British East Africa as a rail depot on the Uganda Railway. Today, it is home to over six million people. Enkare Nairobi (cold water) is a Maasai word that refers to the Nairobi River, which runs through the

city’s heart.

As for the rest of the day, you can use it as you see fit for adventure. After your travels, you may want to relax or check out the city’s many shops, restaurants, and flea markets. Dine in a real Kenyan restaurant or café to round out the day.

Day 2: Transfer to Lake Nakuru National Park, Afternoon Exploration

The trip to Nakuru (101 miles/ 163 kilometers) begins after breakfast in Nairobi. On the journey there, you’ll take a break and admire one of the world’s greatest natural wonders, the Great Rift Valley. Lakes, hot springs, geysers, and some active volcanoes can all be found in this enormous region over East Africa.

You will check into your Nakuru hotel before lunchtime. You have the rest of the afternoon at your leisure to discover Lake Nakuru, National Park. In addition to its stunning scenery, this amazing park is renowned worldwide as a haven for endangered animals like black and white rhinos. Herds of waterbuck, leopards, and the critically endangered Rothschild giraffe can also be seen here. The park is home to various bird life, some of the most notable being the greater and lesser flamingoes. Large colonies of pelicans also make their home at Lake Nakuru.

Day 3: Transfer to Maasai Mara Park

After breakfast in Nakuru, you’ll travel to Maasai Mara National Reserve (157 miles/242 kilometers) near Tanzania. ” Maasai Mara, “The jewel of Kenya’s parks,” Maasai Mara, is full of wildlife and birds. Arriving late afternoon, you’ll have time to recover before dinner. Don’t worry—you can explore tomorrow! The Serengeti habitat, famous for its wildlife migrations, extends into the park.

Around a million animals, including wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle, migrate from the Serengeti in northern Tanzania across the Mara River into Kenya yearly for fresh food. Migration occurs from late June until September. The fittest and luckiest wildebeests survive this crossing, while hundreds are carried away by the fast-moving Mara River, and crocodiles murder others.

Day 4: Culture and Big Five in Maasai Mara

Explore Maasai Mara the whole day after breakfast! Before seeing wildlife, take an optional visit to a Maasai community to learn about their amazing culture. Our excursion includes meeting “the Morans,” teenage Maasai soldiers who guard their towns. Morans had to kill a lion to become men.

Traditional dances by men and women start the visit. From here, a guide will show you the village’s customs, including how to make fire with sticks and animal excrement. You can also visit Maasai villagers’ homes and see how they live. After the trip, you can buy village-made gifts and trinkets to give back.

Safari after lunch. One of the world’s seven new wonders, Maasai Mara is a conservation area. Safaris let you completely appreciate Africa’s wide plains, abundant wildlife, and stunning scenery. Visitors will get a once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the “Big Five”—lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, and Cape buffaloes—in their native habitat.

Have a hot shower and relax at the hotel in the late afternoon.

Day 5: Transfer to Lake Naivasha, Boat Tour

After breakfast, you will leave Maasai Mara and travel 152 miles (244 km) to Naivasha, a town in the Great Rift Valley known for the beautiful freshwater Lake Naivasha.

When checking into your lodging, you can unwind or stroll about the neighborhood. You can spend a pleasant afternoon seeing hippopotamuses, waterbucks, and a wide variety of birds up close by taking a guided boat excursion on the lake.

Day 6: Explore Hell’s Gate National Park

After a hearty breakfast in Naivasha, you’ll drive the short distance to Hell’s Gate National Park (around 22 miles/35 km) to spend the day observing Kenya’s incredible wildlife in its natural setting.

You can hike along one of the park’s many beautiful paths teeming with wildlife or ride your bike around the park’s gravel roads and take in the beautiful scenery. Some of the park’s cliffs are climbable, and there’s a geothermal hot spring named Devil’s Shower (along with Devil’s Kitchen and Devil’s Bedroom, both of which are natural wonders).

In the evening, head back to your Naivasha hotel for a restful evening and a delicious meal.

Day 7: Transfer to Nairobi, School Tour, Depart Kenya

Finally, our stay in Kenya has come to an end. You leave Naivasha after breakfast and travel 59 miles (95 kilometers) back to Nairobi. You can choose to stay and enjoy the lively city or go out and about while waiting for your flight. Visiting a Kenyan school on the city’s outskirts enhances the opportunity to learn while giving back to the community. The next step is to go to the airport for your trip. Get there unscathed!

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