Upon arrival transferred to Nairobi ,a modern city with ultra modern facilities. If arrival
is in the morning, then in the we drive to Karen Von Blixen’s former home, now a
museum. Continue to the Giraffe Center where you can feed and photograph giraffe
from an elevated platform. Return to the hotel early this evening.
Complimentary dinner at The Carnivore Restaurant. Nairobi has many restaurants
offering a variety of exotic and African cuisine. However, none beats Carnivore for its
uniqueness: It is for carnivorous. It is the only place you can get a variety of game
Meat served in one meal. Its succulent steaks and barbecue dishes are recommended
for every one especially as a welcome or a farewell Dinner/Lunch. Overnight at
Panafric Hotel or similar.
Day 2 of Africa Wildlife Safari: Nairobi – Samburu.
Maasai Perform a cultural dance for visitors in Samburu.
Depart Nairobi at 0930 hrs and drive south along the floor of the Great Rift Valley.
Lunch enroute arriving camp in the afternoon in time for an afternoon game drive to
this immense reserve with 590 square miles of rolling plains and wooded hills. you will
have the opportunity to observe the magnificent game of the African wild in their
natural habitat, spotting herds of elephants and prides of lions. Dinner and overnight at
the Sopa Lodge or similar.
Day 3 of Africa Wildlife Safari: Full Day Samburu.
Samburu is rich in wildlife not seen in other parts of Kenya. Here, you will find the
long-necked gerenuk, reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, endangered Beisa Oryx and
the blue – shanked Somali ostrich, all common to the northern province of Kenya.
Watch for elephant, rhino, lion, and buffalo. An occasional crocodile will appear on the
banks of the Uaso Ngiro River. All meals and overnight at Samburu Serena Lodge or
Day4 of Africa Wildlife Safari: Samburu – Nakuru.
Through the picturesque Rift Valley, today you drive to Lake Nakuru, a shallow alkaline
lake in the Rift Valley, renowned for its spectacular flamingo population. Although Lake
Nakuru is primarily a bird sanctuary, there are a considerable number of animals
Cheeteh Crouching in Maasai Mara to be encountered, such as the Bohor Reedbuck,
bushbuck, and the rare Rothschild giraffe. Meals and overnight at Lake Nakuru Lodge
Day 5 of Africa Wildlife Safari: Full Day Maasai Mara.
This is one of the world’s most famous wildlife reserves. From July to September, it
provides one of nature’s most dramatic sights, the annual migration of over a million
wildebeest, zebra and gazelle from the Serengeti in the south and across the Mara
River into Masai Mara. Following their footsteps are Africa’s predators; lion, leopard,
cheetah and hyena. Full day spent in search of Elephants, Buffalo, Lion, Zebra,
Cheetah, Rhino, Wildebeest and other plains’ game. All meals and overnight at Sopa
Day 6 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Nairobi – Amboseli.
After breakfast, drive from Nairobi south to Amboseli National Park, right on the border
with Tanzania. This park affords everyone’s classic image of East Africa – herds of
great animals moving across the dusty plains with the snow-capped peak of
Kilimanjaro rising straight up in the background. Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest
mountain at 19,340 feet (5,895 metre). Although it is situated inside Tanzania, the best
views of the mountain are from Amboseli on the Kenyan side of the border. This
afternoon we enjoy a game drive in majestic Amboseli. Dinner and overnight at the
Amboseli lodge or similar.
Day 7 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Amboseli.
Full day spent in Amboseli National Park, famous for its wild game and spectacular
backdrop of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Here you will have the chance to see the Big Five while
enjoying the comforts of your game drive. The day is comprised of two game drives,
one in the morning and one in the early evening. Your driver’s keen eyes will
come in handy while exploring the countryside. Dinner and overnight at Amboseli
Lodge or similar.
Day 8 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Amboseli / Tsavo West.
From the flat plains and swamps of Amboseli travel east to Tsavo West National Park.
Outside the park gates are the Shetani Lava Flows, “frozen” rivers of molten black rock
twisted in bizarre shapes. At just over 7,800 square miles (20,000 sq Km), Tsavo is
Kenya’s largest national park. The park is home to a huge variety of animals and birds,
especially around the watering holes in this Elephant has Right of way in Amboseli,
otherwise dry area. During the Fall these watering holes are a stopover for hundreds
of thousands of birds on their annual migration south. The Mzima Springs are the
source of the freshwater pools much favored by Hippos and crocodiles. There is even
a glass wall for viewing the pools from under the water line. Wildlife which can be
spotted in this area includes lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, jackals, giraffes,
zebras, buffalos, baboons and several species of antelope.. Dinner and overnight at
Day 9 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Tsavo West / Mombasa.
Breakfast at the lodge then drive to Mombasa. The City of Mombasa provides an
interesting experience with the old Portuguese Fort Jesus, Old Town, Markets and
Shops. An extensive variety of excursions are available to sample the local culture and
the famous Kenyan wildlife. Check into Leisure Lodge Beach & Golf Resort for
overnight. All meals at the hotel.
Day 10 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Mombasa.
Full day own leisure in Mombasa. All meals and overnight at the hotel.
Day 11 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Mombasa / Nairobi.
Breakfast at the hotel then transfer to the airport for flight back to Nairobi or road
journey to Nairobi. Overnight in a Nairobi hotel.
Day 12 Of Africa Wildlife Safari: Nairobi.
After morning breakfast and leisure in the hotel ,later transfer to the airport for your
The price includes:
1. All game park entrance fees
2. Transport based on a tour minibus in the game parks.
3. Services of a qualified tour driver/guide
4. Hotel accommodation
5. Three meals a day throughout the safari.
6. All vehicle park entrance fees
7. Drivers allowance