7 days 6 nights
7 DAYS BEST SAFARI ROUTE: NAIROBI/MAASAI MARA/LAKE NAKURU/ AMBOSELI / NAIROBI.
Arrive at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. After proceeding through immigration and Customs, you will be met by our Driver who will welcome you and brief you on your safari then drive you Hotel for dinner and overnight.
Arrive at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. After proceeding through immigration and Customs, you will be met by our driver who will welcome you and brief you on your safari then drive you Hotel for dinner and overnight.
A whirlwind travel day begins with early breakfast at Nairobi, continues with lunch and culminates with dinner in the shadow of Kilimanjaro. Amboseli National Park sits on an international border, its Kenyan sights flanked by Tanzania's imposing strato-volcano – the tallest peak in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain the world. Amboseli is well known for the vast elephant herds that saunter these plains, seemingly unaware that here, in the shadow of Kilimanjaro, they are not the biggest game in town. Ferocious lions, motionless on their elevated perches, survey their kingdom. African buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, black rhinos and cheetah share the savannah.
There's no question why photographers consider Amboseli to be one of Kenya's most photogenic destinations. Dinner and overnight at Camp/Hotel.
Early Breakfast.Leave Amboseli in the early morning. Beautiful view of Africa’s tallest mountan, Mt. Kilimanjaro (19340ft) will be seen. There are vantage view of the majestic mountain with its snow capped peaks easily seen as you drive to out to Nakuru in the morrning arriving in L. Nakuru National Park in time for lunch.
When you first catch sight of Lake Nakuru, your brain won't register what your eyes are seeing. Is the lake rimmed with pink-sand beach? But no, sands don't move… Are those fallen cherry blossoms, dancing in the breeze? They can't be. As we get closer, the mystery is revealed: Lake Nakuru's rosy shores are populated by thousands of flamingos, packed so thick their salmon down creates the optical illusion of a pink-fringed lake. Afternoon game drives into this unique park, located in the picturesque Great Rift Valley. The park's diverse ecosystems give birth to a startling array of sights and animal sightings. Scan the bushed grasslands, yellow acacia trees and blue-green lake for Buffalo, Rothschild giraffes, black and white rhinos, baboons, lions, hyena, Leopard and more than 400 bird species.
Drive back to Nakuru town in the evening for dinner and Overnight at your Lodge /camp.
After breakfast drive across the Maasai country and the Great Rift Valley to Maasai Mara arriving in time for lunch.
Now close your eyes and call to mind the African savannah, where a leopard races through golden grasses that dance in the wind. Envision a smiling woman, bedecked in a kaleidoscope of beads and fabrics. See a dazzle of zebras, zigging and zagging across the plains in a coordinated dance of camouflage.
Now open your eyes. You are there: here, in the Africa of postcards and of dreams – in the reality of the Maasai Mara National Reserve.Check inn at your Lodge or Camp.
The magic of this incredible region is owed to many things: to the friendly Maasai, a centuries-old tribe and enduring culture; to the scenic beauty of these sun-dappled plains; to the vast natural diversity found here, from Africa's Big Five game to the millions of wildebeest that beat a path through the reserve every year. This is the Africa where blackened profiles of giraffes and elephants’ parade against an orange horizon, and where lions get so close, you can almost feel their breath on your face. You will also see monkeys, antelopes, gazelle, zebras and many animal species as this is the peak of the migration. Return to the lodge /camp for dinner and overnight
You may take an early morning hot air balloon ride (5.45am) to see wildlife migration from the air USD $450 per person or visit a traditional MaasaiManyatta /village to get to know their cultures, traditions and very authentic way of life.
As dawn unfolds over the Maasai Mara, the origins of the region's name soon become clear: Mara, Maasai for "spotted," is an apt description for the whimsical smattering of fluffy clouds, gnarled trees, and ever-changing shadows that dot the landscape. And on today's morning and afternoon game drives, we delve deep into this spectacular scenery.
We search for grazing giraffes, speedy antelopes and wading hippos, but our most sought-after sightings are of Africa's Big Five – the five most fierce and dangerous animals on the continent: African buffalo, black rhinos, bush elephants, leopards and lions. And if we timed our trip right, there's more: the Great Migration. This annual event is considered the Eighth Wonder of the World, and for good reason: every year, millions of wildebeest (gnu) and hundreds of thousands of zebra thunder across Tanzania's Serengeti and into the Maasai Mara, comprising the largest land animal migration in the world. You will remember this sight forever, but it is the cadence of the animals' racing hooves that will forever reverberate through you memories.
Dinner and overnight at camp /lodge
Early breakfast and check out at 6.00 AM.
Early morning breakfast and check out from your lodge. Drive back to Nairobi with lunch on the way.
Arrive in Nairobi in the afternoon.
Drive to JKIA for your flight back home after an exciting Safari.