Day 1 – Lake Nakuru National Park
Depart in Nairobi and drive, along floor of Rift Valley, with a brief stop at Thomson Falls enroute to Lake Nakuru National Park. Once referred to by Roger Tory Peterson as the “greatest bird spectacle in the world” for its seasonally large concentrations of greater and lesser flamingos, Lake Nakuru boasts some 600 bird species. It is also a designated rhino sanctuary, as well as home to other rare wildlife species. You will have an afternoon game drive in search of wild game. Overnight at the Lodge.
Day 2 – Masai Mara National Reserve
A beautiful drive through Maasai country and past the extinct volcanoes of Suswa and Longonot takes us to the Masai Mara. Located on the outskirts of Masai Mara, Sarova Tented Camp, where you will stay, offers comfortable tented camping in casual deluxe style. With its beautiful grounds, lush greenery and casual elegance, optional visit to Masai villages, night game drives and nature walks can be arranged.
Day 3/4 – Masai Mara National Reserve
The Masai Mara Game Reserve, bordering Tanzania, is part of the vast Serengeti ecosystem. You will spend your time in this celebrated reserve searching for big predators such as lion, cheetah, hyena, and leopard, and observing the full range of plains animals. Few places on the continent of Africa or elsewhere can compare with the multitudes of wild animals found in the Mara.
Day 5 – Kilanguni
After an early breakfast you drive for lunch at Nairobi, Rangers restaurant, proceed southwards to Kilaguni Lodge in time for afternoon game drive. Tsavo, is one of the largest parks in Kenya measuring around 8000 square miles. Its diversity of wildlife and topography makes it a must while in Kenya. You will spend two nights here exploring this magnificent park with snows of Kilimanjaro in the distance.
Day 6/7 – Amboseli National Park
This morning, we depart and drive to the ecological fragile salt pan at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro that is known as Amboseli National park. Amboseli is famous for its elephant population and with Mount Kilimanjaro rising up dramatically behind the clouds is an forgettable sight. It is also known for its surprising diversity of habitats- swamps, bushlands, woodlands, and open plains, making it an ideal habitat for bird watching as well as big game.
Overnight at the Oltukai Lodge.
Here you will do your morning and afternoon game drive.
Day 8 – Namanga/ Nairobi
You depart and drive to Namanga for drop off (for those who would like to combine with Tanzania Safari), or back to Nairobi and transferred to JKIA airport for your international flight.