General

This Kenya safari starts out with a drive to the Amboseli National Park; Kenya’s “Elephant Country”. Famous for its large herds of elephant and the site of the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro. From Amboseli, the tour heads on to Lake Naivasha, known for birding and a range of game from buffaloes, giraffes to hippos. The tour culminates with a safari to the world’s famous Masai Mara Game Reserve; the site of one of the most spectacular phenomenon of the natural world – The Great Annual Wildebeest Migration.

Accommodation will be at Kibo Safari Camp, Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodg and Masai Mara Sopa Lodge respectively.

Rates

Season Rate per person sharing (USD)
2 pax 4 pax 6 pax
01 July – 31 Oct 1,070 880 820
01 Nov – 21 Dec 975 785 725
22 Dec – 02 Jan 1,095 905 840

 

Day 1: Nairobi to Amboseli

Pick up at the international airport by our guide/driver. Depart by road to Amboseli National Park famous for its breath-taking views of Kilimanjaro.

The Park also shelters more than 420 species of birds. Enormous Elephant population and other big game are attracted to the area by underground springs fed from the melting snows of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Lunch is served at the camp, before departing for a planned afternoon game drive. Return to the camp and enjoy a scrumptious dinner.

Overnight at the camp.

 

Day 2: Amboseli

Rising early for good views of Mount Kilimanjaro before clouds build up over the summit, set off for a morning game drive. Amboseli is an excellent place to view a multitude of wildlife, including everything from Wildebeest to Giraffes to Baboons.

Amboseli is home to the legendary Masai tribesmen. Masai warriors are famous and are proud nomadic tribe whose legendary prowess in battle and single-handed acts of bravery in fights with the wild animals are known across the world.

Return to the camp after, for lunch and rest. Afterwards indulge in an afternoon game drive.

Later return to the camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Amboseli to Lake Naivasha

Early morning breakfast. Depart Amboseli for Lake Naivasha. Arrive for lunch at the lodge. Afternoon can be spend at leisure or optional boat ride (extra cost). Alternatively, a nature walk at Crescent Island (extra cost) is an excellent way to see wild animals while on foot. The Island is a private game sanctuary, which is home to zebra, wildebeest, gazelle, Vervet monkeys, hares, genet cats, waterbuck and giraffe.

Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

 

Day 4: Lake Naivasha to Masai Mara

Breakfast. Optional morning boat ride (extra cost). Depart Lake Naivasha for Masai Mara Game Reserve-jewel of Kenya’s Game Park. This enormous Reserve actually part of the vast Serengeti plains is famously known for its spectacular great wildebeest migration and is a true home of the big five-Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Rhino and Cape Buffalo.

Upon arrival, lunch will follow. After lunch, explore the reserve on a late afternoon game drive. In the evening, relax around the Lodge before an excellent dinner.

Overnight at the lodge.

 

Day 5: Masai Mara

Breakfast. Today you have the whole day to explore the park. Masai Mara is one of the greatest wildernesses of the world. Morning and afternoon game drives are planned. Large mammals are varied, abundant and easy to see.

Residents among the Parks mammals are; Masai Giraffe, Buffalo, Impala, Zebra, Topi, both the Thomson’s and Grant’s Gazelles. The best Hot Air Balloon rides are available on this day at an additional cost.

All meals and overnight at the lodge.

 

Day 6: Masai Mara to Nairobi

Begin today with a complete breakfast at the lodge, followed by game drive en-route to Nairobi. Upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel or the international airport or agreed destination ending your memorable safari with us.

Terms and Conditions of the 6 day Kenya Safari:

The rates are per person sharing and include:

  • Transport from Nairobi. Pick up will be from the airport or hotel
  • 5 nights accommodation on full board basis (breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Daily game drives in a pop roof tour van
  • Services of a professional guide
  • Bottled water during safari
  • All hotel taxest

The rates exclude:

  • Park entry fees. The applicable fees below are per per day and will be payable at the entry gate:
    • Amboseli: USD 60 per adult and USD 35 per child
    • Masai Mara: USD 80 per adult and USD 40 per child
  • Activities not included above:
    • Masai Village Visit in Masai Mara: USD 40
    • Hell’s Gate entry fees and guided walk in Naivasha: USD 60
    • Boat Ride on Lake Naivasha: USD 35
    • Crescent Island entry fees and guided walk in Naivasha: USD 55
  • Tips and gratuities

Rates are in USD and apply to non residents.

Rates are subject to change depending on availability.

Local or international flight. You may book and pay for that directly on our flight.

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