- Rates are per person and based on 2 people sharing 1 room
- Excluding international flights (from/to your home country)
- You’ll be collected from the airport to your city hotel or residence (Complimentary Airport Transfers.
- Accommodation before the tour departs can be arranged for extra cost depending on choice of hotel or our budget airport hotels as from $38 Bed and Breakfast.
Day 1: Nairobi – Masai mara game reserve
We pick you from your residence or city hotel at 7am. Drive to the safari departure point in CBD at the City market. You will be briefed by our staff about the safari. The Safari begins at 8am. Drive to the mara as you enjoy spectacular scenic views of birdlife and wildlife . Stop over at Narok town . Have lunch at Narok restaurant. Arrive in the Masai Mara in the afternoon at around 2pm. Check in at the camp, rest abit and proceed to the Mara game reserve for the afternoon game drives till 6pm. You will enjoy close encounters with the big five as they hunt down their prey, lots of birdlife, flora and fauna. The activity ends at 6pm.
Main destination: Masai Mara National Reserve
Overview Masai Mara
Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve is one of East Africa’s most famous safari destinations and a favourite amongst wildlife lovers, photographers and conservationists. The Masai Mara National Reserve (also known as the Maasai Mara) lies in the Kenya Rift Valley Province in south-western Kenya. The Reserve forms a northern extension to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Renowned for its magnificent Big Cat population that hunt the wildebeest, zebra and other plains game that dominate the Mara, it has even been nicknamed the Kingdom of the Lions.
Diversity and Ecosystems
In the east, the sandy hills and bushes of Ngama Hills are preferred by Africa’s endangered black rhino. The western border of the Mara is demarcated by the Oloololo Escarpment. For excellent sightings of elephant, giraffe, lion, cheetah and leopard. Mara Triangle is bordered by the Mara River, with acacia woodland and lush grassland, attracting a high concentration of wildebeest during the annual migration. The Central Plains cover the largest area of the Mara, with outcrops of boulders, scattered bushes and savannah grasslands favored by plains game.
The National Reserve is unfenced, and the animals are free to roam across its boundaries into huge dispersal areas’. The dispersal areas are home to many Maasai villages and the residents have developed a synergy with the wildlife.
- Accommodation: Mara Sidai Camp Budget tented camp bordering Masai Mara NR without fences
- Meals & drinks: All meals includedDrinking water (Other drinks not included)
Day 2: Masai mara game reserve
Breakfast is served at 6am. Proceed for full day adventure in the park. You will have picnic lunch in the game reserve. You spend full day exploring this unique park which really forms the northern part of the famous Serengeti National Park. Masai Mara supports the biggest population of cats besides other predators. Enjoy spectacular moments in the park watching the Big Five at close range hunting down their prey. Lots of bird life and reptiles. You will drive to the Mara river and witness the sevent wonder of the world – wildebeest migration that takes place between the months of August and November. The activity ends at 6pm as you drive back to the camp for diner and overnight stay. Enjoy bonfires and meals and drinks at the camp.
- Accommodation: Mara Sidai Camp or similar camps – Budget tented camp bordering Masai Mara NR without fences.
- Meals & drinks: Full Board Meal Plan
Day 3: Masai mara – Lake nakuru
Wake up at 6am. Proceed for a pre breakfast game drive in the park. The activity ends at 10am. Return to the camp for breakfast. Depart the camp at 11am and head to lake Nakuru. You will be served picnic lunch en-route. The tour passes by lake Naivasha and lake Elementaita. Arrive at Nakuru in the evening at around 6pm. Check in at the Kivu Retreat Resort. Diner and overnight at the budget city hotel located 5km to the lake Nakuru National Park
- Main destination: Lake Nakuru National Park
- Accommodation: Kivu Retreat Resort Mid-range hotel located just outside Lake Nakuru NP
- Meals – Full Board meal plan
Day 4: Lake Nakuru – Nairobi
Wake up at 6am, have breakfast. And proceed to Lake Nakuru National Park at 7am .
Overview: Lake Nakuru National Park
“The Bird Watchers’ Paradise”
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.
Explore the park with picnic lunch served at the park. The activity ends in the afternoon at around 2pm. Depart the park and drive to Nairobi. Arrive in Nairobi in the evening at 4pm. You will be dropped at the city hotel, residence or the airport. If you wish to have dinner at the famous carnivore restaurant, you will be dropped there. Dinner served at extra cost of $30 per person.
Main destination: Nairobi
- Accommodation: End of tour (no accommodation)
- Meals – Full Board Meal Plan
End of tour
- Additional accommodation can be arranged for extra cost.
- Airport transfers are offered as complimentary.