Day 1: Nakuru
The start of your safari experience is Nakuru, which means “Dust or Dusty Place” in the Maasai language. Lake Nakuru National Park, found within the Lake Nakuru National Park is usually home to millions of flamingoes – a bird lover’s haven. This park was established in 1961 and is home to the Black Rhino and Rothschild giraffe, both of which are endangered species. Overnight at the lodge (B,L,D)
Day 2: Maasai Mara
Kenya is definitely the home of the original safari. Even as you head out towards the Mara, you will begin to feel the wild with sightings of animals around. Arrive in time for lunch and check-in before heading out for your first game drive at 1600hrs. If lucky you will get an opportunity to see the ‘King’ of the Jungle among other species such as Elephants, Buffalos, Rhinos, the elusive Leopard and several herbivores unique to this region such as the Topi. Overnight at the lodge (B,L,D)
Day 3: Maasai Mara
From the runways of Milan to Paris, Maasai influence is felt far and wide as is evident in several designers’ collections like the famous Louis Vuitton. On this day you get to explore the Maasai Mara on a full day game drive. Marvel at the beauty of the hills and the plains, not forgetting the Maasai people whose beautiful clothes and beadwork will inspire you. Would it not be magnificent if you owned a piece of the Maasai culture? Well, not to worry you get an opportunity to observe and buy their dresses, beadwork and art. Overnight at the lodge (B,L,D)
Day 4: Nairobi
Sadly this marks the end of your safari. Check out after breakfast and drive back to Nairobi. You will be transferred to the airport to catch your international flight.
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- Accommodation in standard rooms
- Meal plans as applicable (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner)
- Transport in an 8-seater tour van
- Return domestic flights inclusive of airport taxes (where applicable)
- Services of a professional English speaking driver guide
- 1litre bottled water per person per day
- Extras such as laundry, room service, optional excursions and day trips
- Park entrance fees.
- Tips, Porterage and gratuities
- Travel and baggage insurance (highly recommended)
- Any other item of a personal nature not mentioned above
- All hotels are based on availabilities at the time of booking. In the event that any accommodation is not available we will substitute a comparable property or adjust the itinerary if necessary without compromising the integrity of the overall safari experience.
- Please note that at proposal stage, we will not have checked availability of the lodges included in our proposal to you and will only be done once confirmation has been received.
- Quotes are valid for a 3 month period.
- Prices are only valid for the number of people quoted for as indicated above and an increase or decrease in the numbers will affect the price.
- Driving times can vary considerably along with the road conditions.
- This is a cost for a private safari. The activities are flexible and can be changed to suit your requirements
- A visitor to Kenya and Tanzania requires a visa that costs 50 US$ per person and can be obtained on arrival for citizens of the EU, Australia, the US and a number of other countries.
- A yellow fever certificate is required for guests entering Tanzania and Zanzibar after having visited certain countries in Africa. In this case travelers from Kenya will be required to produce this certificate which should be dated 10 days before the respective travel into these countries.