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Authentic Kenya Safari 5 Nights 6 Days

Day 1; Nairobi/Amboseli National Park

Upon arrival J.K.I.A is met by a Nature Expeditions driver guide and drive southeast of Nairobi to Amboseli National Park. The Park is famous for its big game and scenic beauty with the landscape dominated by Mt. Kilimanjaro. It offers an interesting contrast with its dry and dusty appearance, which can be attributed to the volcanic ash that came out of Mt Kilimanjaro when it last erupted. Despite the appearance, there is a continuous supply of water that gets filtered through volcanic rocks from Kilimanjaro’s melted snow. These streams flow underground, creating lush green areas, and converge at two clear water springs in the park. Arrive on time for lunch followed by an afternoon game drive till evening and clients watch the beautiful sunset. Dinner and overnight at Kilima Safari Camp [Full Board]


Day 2; Amboseli National Park

Spend another day in the park on morning and afternoon game-viewing drives. Wildlife here includes the zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, impala, caracal and serval cat, lion, leopard, cheetah, and buffalo among others. There are also over 400 species of birds, including the bee-eater, kingfisher, African fish eagle, martial eagle, and pygmy falcon. Visitors mainly come to watch the huge herds of elephants. The bull elephants have some of the largest tusks in all of Kenya. Visitors can also enjoy excellent views of Mt Kilimanjaro and Meru. All meals and overnight at Kilima Safari Camp [Full Board]


Day 3; Amboseli/Lake Nakuru National Park

After breakfast, depart to Lake Nakuru with picnic lunch boxes, Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes at an elevation of 1754 m above sea level. The lake lies to the south of Nakuru town, in Kenya’s rift valley, and is protected by Lake Nakuru National Park. Lake Nakuru is among Kenya’s finest national parks. Flanked by rocky escarpments, pockets of forest, and at least one waterfall, the park is pretty year-round. You can also expect to see both black and white rhinos; look past the hordes of horny baboons and see hippos, or perhaps a lucky leopard. There are also about 50 rare tree-climbing lions in the park, spotted several times per week. The usual zebras, buffaloes, and Rothschild’s giraffes seal the deal. The forested area below Flamingo Hill is a favorite lion-spotting point. You should look up here, not down as you are used to in other parks – lionesses love to sleep in these trees. Leopards frequent the same area. The caves beneath Lion Hill in the park’s northeast once served as a defacto lion cub nursery. These days, they are more commonly frequented by snakes. Pythons lurk in the cool, forested areas early in the morning. The lake’s abundance of algae attracts the vast quantity of flamingos that famously line the shore. Other birds also flourish in the area, as do warthogs, baboons, and other large mammals. Eastern black rhinos and southern white rhinos have also been introduced later in the evening return for dinner and overnight at Sarova Woodlands Hotel and Spa [Full Board]


Day 4; Lake Nakuru/Masai Mara

After breakfast, check out and drive to Maasai Mara Game Reserve, so named to mean the “spotted plains” in the Maa language. This is home to the greatest concentration of large mammals and is widely recognized as Africa’s ultimate wildlife reserve. The park is the northern extension of the vast Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, famous for its annual migration of wildebeest.  Arrive for lunch at the lodge and later depart for an evening game-viewing drive until sunset in this spectacular place of breathtaking sceneries, never-ending plains, and the most abundant variety of wildlife remaining anywhere in the world. The landscape is made up of rolling savannahs dotted with patchy shrubs and bush thickets. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Mara Game Camp [Full Board]


Day 5; Masai Mara

You will spend the day on game-watching with morning and afternoon game drives with the option of an afternoon guided walk with Masai warrior, bringing you closer to nature. Wildlife is abundant in the Reserve with the gentle grasslands ensuring that animals are never out of sight. Birds are prolific including immigrants, 450 bird species have been recorded among them 57 birds of prey. Every year the Mara plays host to the world’s greatest natural spectacle; The Great Wildebeest Migration from the Serengeti. The big cats – lion, leopard, and cheetah – follow the wildebeest, essentially their main source of food, into the Mara. The Mara at this time is packed with wildlife, providing lucky visitors on safari with superb sightings of the game. All meals and overnight at Sarova Mara Game Camp [Full Board]


Day 6; Mara/Nairobi

After breakfast check out and drive to Nairobi on arrival, you are transferred to JKIA for a flight.



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