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11- Day Masai Mara, Nakuru, Amboseli, Tsavo West, Tsavo East, Mombasa Beach Extension Safari

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$2700 per person based on 2 Persons sharing a double room.

On your arrival date we offer complimentary airport transfers. We pick you from the airport to your city hotel or residence. We can book for you a hotel at extra cost, when requested.

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Day 1: Nairobi – Masai mara

Overview: Masai Mara Game reserve

The Masai Mara is a world famous tourist destination featuring the seventh wonder of the world; the spectacular wildebeest migration. The Masai mara becomes the most preferred safari destination in Africa for the wild life lovers, the birdwatchers, geographic photographers and conservationists. The Masai Mara Game reserve lies in the rift valley province of Kenya. The reserve lies on a massive chunk of land over 15000 square kilometers with its northern frontier stretching to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. The Mara is renowned for its magnificent Big Cat population; Lions, Elephants, Rhinos, leopards and Buffaloes. The mara has a big population of other animals that are preyed on by the big five including Zebras, Antelopes, Wildebeests, gazelles and many others. There is plenty of different species of birds for the birdwatchers. The great Masai mara has been nicknamed the Kingdom of Lions dues to its large number of Lions.

The Masai people inhabit the surroundings of the Masai mara game reserve which is unfenced and the animals roam freely and co-exist with the Masai people in the masai villages.

The Migration Pattern

JANUARY: The herds are in Tanzania’s Serengeti, moving south from the north-east region and into the southern Serengeti, Ndutu area and Ngorongoro Conservation area – which often means out of the confines of the (unfenced) national park itself. It is calving season – prepare yourself for lots of wobbly babies… and lots of heartbreak as predators swoop in.

FEBRUARY: The good grazing of the Southern Serengeti, Ndutu and Ngorongoro Conservation areas means the herds remain in the far south.

MARCH: They are still in the south but the grasses have all been munched up, the last calves born and the herds are starting to gather in preparation for the next leg.

APRIL: Make sure you are on the southern Serengeti plains – the wildebeest begin their northward journey, and many have left already and are in the central and even western Serengeti.

MAY: Wagons roll! The massed herds are on the go, huge columns of up to 40km in length can be seen as the wildebeest funnel up into the central and western Serengeti.

JUNE: Head for the central and western Serengeti – the herds are there and getting ready for the toughest part of their odyssey.

JULY: Book early – it is the Big Event: river crossings. The herds have reached the western Serengeti and Grumeti Reserve and are peering closely at the brown waters of the rivers they have to cross. Why? Huge Nile crocodiles, that is why.

AUGUST: The survivors celebrate by feasting in the northern Serengeti and begin crossing back into Kenya’s Masai Mara. You need a passport to cross; the wildebeest are exempt.

We pick you up from your city hotel or residence at 7am. Drive to the city center where the safari begins. You will be briefed by our staff about the safari. The safari begins at 8am. Enjoy beautiful sceneries and landscapes; we make stops at the Great Rift Valley view point en route. We stop over at Narok town for lunch at a restaurant. Proceed with the road trip traversing through the rigid roads to masai mara. Arrive in Mara in the afternoon at around 2pm. Check in at the camp. Rest for 30m and proceed for our first afternoon game drives in the park. We search for the Big Five; Lions, Elephants, Leopards, cheetahs, hunting down their prey. There is plenty of birdlife to watch and beautiful ragged landscapes. The activity ends at 6pm. Return to the camp for diner and overnight stay.

  • Accommodation: Mara Leisure Luxury Camp Mid-range tented camp located inside Masai Mara NR
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included

Day 2: Masai mara Full Day

Wake up in the morning at 6am, we take breakfast and proceed to the Park for a full day adventure game drive in search of the wildlife in their natural setting. Picnic lunch is served in the park. The activity ends at 6am. Drive back to the camp for diner and overnight stay. Enjoy the bonfires at the camp.

Day 3: Masai Mara to Lake Nakuru National Park

Wake up early in the morning at 6am. Proceed to the park for the pre-breakfast game drives. We search for the nocturnal animals hunting for prey in the early mornings. The activity lasts till 9.20am. Return to the camp for breakfast.

Checkout from the camp at 10.30am and proceed to Nakuru. Picnic lunch is served en route. Arrive in Nakuru in the evening. Check in at the lodge.

  • Main destination: Lake Nakuru National Park
  • Accommodation: Lake Nakuru Lodge Mid-range lodge located inside Lake Nakuru NP
  • Meals & drinks: All meals includedDrinks not included

Day 4: Lake Nakuru to Amboseli National Park

Overview Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National park also known as “A birdwatcher’s paradise” is home to over 450 species of birds including some of the largest flocks of the bright pink lesser flamingo in the world.  Lake Nakuru National Park was established in 1961. The park spans a wide area of 180km² (69.5 square miles).  

Other noticeable birds include the Pelican, different species of kingfishers, ducks, hawks, fish eagles and many other beautiful birds. The park is located in the depths of the Great Rift Valley just 2 and a half hours drive from Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. Over 500 species of plant including the largest euphorbia tree forest in Africa is found in the park. It is definitely perfect choice for a wildlife photographer and safari enthusiasts. There are various game viewing activities including hot air ballooning, trekking with armed guides, game drives in 4 X 4s and safari mini vans. Lake Nakuru national park has the largest population of the rare white rhinos in a sanctuary. The park is also inhabited by the endangered Rothschild giraffe, zebras, antelopes, gazelles that feed on the shrubs in the park.

-Wake up early in the morning. Take breakfast. Checkout at 7am and proceed to the Lake Nakuru National Park. Explore the Park for 5 hours with extensive game drives. The activity ends at 11am. We begin our journey to the Amboseli. Enjoy beautiful sceneries and landscapes en route. Arrive in Amboseli in the evening. Check in at Kibo Safari Camp for dinner and overnight stay,

  • Accommodation: Kibo Safari CampMid-range tented camp located inside Amboseli NP
  • Meals & drinks: All meals includedDrinks not included

 

Day 5: Amboseli Full Day

Overview: Amboseli National Park

The Amboseli National park located in Loitoktok province in the Rift valley province is one of Kenya’s top safari destinations popular with its biggest number of elephants living together in the world.  The park spans a wide area of 39,206 hectares (392 km2; 151 sq. mi) in size at the core of an 8,000 square kilometres (3,100 sq. mi) ecosystem that spreads across the Kenya-Tanzania border.

Also known as “the  Kilimanjaro Royal Court”, The Amboseli is crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro;  Africa’s highest mountain and the second largest mountain in the world. The Amboseli derives its name from the Masai word meaning “salty dust”, and it is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants up close. The park offers a wide range of amazing flora and fauna. The big five can easily be seen hunting down there prey like Zebras, antelopes, gazelles and many other. There are hundreds different species of bird life in the wild ranging from Ostriches to Eagles. The masai villages are nearby the park and can be visited to experience the Masai culture; one of the long lived cultures in Africa. While at the Amboseli, you will be able to catch a spectacular view of the Mount Kilimanjaro.

The Amboseli has a natural all round water bed that is filtered through thousands of feet of volcanic rock from Kilimanjaro’s ice cap which channel its waters to the two water springs in the park. This attracts large volumes of wildlife that come to quench their thirst at the water points and this triggers dramatic fit for survival actions of the Prey versus the predators

Wake up in the morning. Take breakfast and proceed to the park for full day game drives. Picnic lunch is served in the park. Activity ends at 6pm. Return to the camp for diner and overnight stay.

Day 6: Amboseli to Tsavo West National Park

Wake up early in the morning for a pre-breakfast game drive in the park. Retuen to the camp at 10am for breakfast. Check out from the camp at 11am and head to the Tsavo West. Arrive in the evening. Check in at the Ngulia Safari Lodge for Diner and overnight stay.

  • Accommodation: Ngulia Safari Lodge Mid-range lodge located inside Tsavo West NP
  • Meals & drinks: All meals included Drinks not included

 

 

Day 7: Tsavo West to Tsavo East

Overview: Tsavo West National Park

The Tsavo National park is Kenya’s biggest park and one of the biggest parks in the world spanning a huge chunk of land measuring up to 22,000km square. The Tsavo often refered as the “Land of Lava, Springs & Man-Eaters” is an amazing tourist destination for the safari lovers, conservationists amd birdwatchers. The park has wonderful sceneries from volcanic lava rocks to natural water springs like the Mzima Springs, shetani lava flows. The savannah ecosystem comprises of open grasslands, scrublands, acacia woodlands, riverine vegetations and rocky ridges and open fields. The Tsavo National park comprises of two independent parks separated by the Nairobi Mombasa Railway line namely Tsavo East and Tsavo West.

Tsavo West National Park

The Tsavo west is located in the coastal province on the west of the Tsavo east separated by the old Nairobi Mombasa Railway line that was constructed during the colonial times.  The park spans an area of about 9,065 square kilometers. The west is covered by rocky landscapes and mountains and it is more watered than the east featureing the Mzima springs. It has plenty of flora and fauna and plenty of birdlife. It has the big five mammals like the black rhino, cape buffalo, elephants, leopards, hippos and masai lions. There are herbivorous animals in the park like the masai giraffes, zebras, bush baby, hartebeest, lesser kudus among others. The park can be accessed through the Mtiti gate, man eaters gate , Chyulu gate and Maktau gate.

Wake up in the morning. Have breakfast and check out of the camp at 7.30am. Proceed to the Tsavo west Park. Explore the park extensively. Game viewing drives with a visit to the Mzima springs. Proceed to Tsavo East National park with game spotting and scenery viewing en route.
Overnight shall be Voi wildlife lodge is located in the Savannah grasslands of Tsavo East, Kenya, just 5km off the main highway connecting the Capital Nairobi to Mombasa.
Accommodation: Voi Wildlife LodgeMid-range lodge located inside Tsavo East NP

  • Meals & drinks: All meals includedDrinks not included

 

Day 8: Tsavo East to Mombasa

This is your last day of the game drive safari. Enjoy early morning game viewing . Return to the camp for breakfast at 9am. We check out from the camp at 10am and proceed to Mombasa City for beach extensions. Arrive in Mombasa in the afternoon. We head to the North Coast. Check in at the Neptune Beach Resort located 14km from the city. This will be our home for the next three nights with accommodation on full board basis. The hotel lays on Kenya’s finest beach sands.

  • Accommodation: Neptune Beach Resort Luxury resort located in or near Mombasa
  • Meals & drinks: All meals includedDrinks not included

Day 9-10: Beach at leisure

You have two full days to spend at your own pleasure. You can decide to simply relax at the beach or enjoy a multitude of water sports and other activities. If you would like, we can also arrange for guided tours to nearby attractions in Mombasa and surrounding areas at an extra cost.

Day 11: Mombasa to Nairobi

After breakfast at the hotel, our representative will pick you up and transfer you to the Moi International Airport in Mombasa. We select flights out of Mombasa that connects your outbound flights in good time. This scheduled flight must arrive in Nairobi to connect with your international flight back home.

  • Main destination: Nairobi
  • Accommodation: End of tour (no accommodation)
  • Meals & drinks: Breakfast & lunch (Dinner not included)Drinks not included

We drop you to your residence or city hotel.

 

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