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Amazing Kenyan Safari

TOUR DURATION
13 Days
DESTINATIONS INCLUDED
5 Locations
ACTIVITIES
Game Drive, Animal Tracking, Project Visit
TRANSPORT MODE
Air, Road
ACCOMODATION
Hotel, Resort, Camp

Overview

Day 1:
Arrival in Nairobi

On arrival in Nairobi, after clearing customs and immigration, you are met by a representative of Endless Safaris and transferred to Ole Sereni Hotel. Located next to the Nairobi National Park, Ole Sereni offers you the opportunity to spot wildlife from the comfort of your room.

Overnight at Nairobi Ole Sereni, Dinner
Day 2:
Nairobi Ole Sereni

After breakfast set out on a tour of Nairobi City that includes a visit to the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and the Giraffe Center. Located at the edge of Nairobi National Park, the orphanage rescues abandoned and hurt elephants, nurtures them and thereafter releases them back in the wild. At the Giraffe Center, feed Rothschild giraffe from a raised platform or sneak a kiss!

Overnight at Ole Sereni Nairobi Hotel BB

Day 3:
Amboseli Oltukai Lodge

This morning, you will meet your Safari guide and set off on a four hour drive to Ol Tukai Lodge in Amboseli National Park. Arrive in time for lunch. Later enjoy an afternoon game drive.

Overnight: Ol Tukai – Lunch and Dinner

Day 4 and 5.
Amboseli National Park

For the next two days explore Amboseli on morning and game drives. Set at the foothills of Africa’s highest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, Amboseli is considered Kenya’s most picturesque park. It is home to some of the hugest herds of elephants in the country which can easily be spotted on your game drive or from Observation Hill.

Overnigiht at Nakuru Lion Hill Lodge, FB

Day 5:
Lake Nakuru National Park – Lake Baringo Conservation Area

Today we will spend the most part of the day in Lake Nakuru National Park birding in most of the habitats such us the alkaline shores, acacia woodland, grassland, rivers and inlets with marshes which holds resident as well as migratory species. They include White-fronted Bee-eater, Arrow-Marked Babbler, Little Rock Thrush, Wailing & Rattling Cisticolas, Rüppell’s Long-tailed Starling, among many others.

In addition, the park is rich in big games that includes the giraffe, buffalo, waterbuck, eland, hippo, both Black and White Rhino, lion, leopard, Spotted Hyena. And in the early afternoon we will transfer to Lake Baringo Conservation Area.

Overnight at Soi Safari Lodge, FB

Day 6:
Samburu National Reserve

Fly to Elephants Bedroom Camp. This morning, drive to the Amboseli airstrip where you board a flight to Nairobi’s Wilson Airport. On arrival catch your connecting flight to Samburu Game Reserve. You will be met an Elephant Bedroom Camp representative and transferred to camp.

Overnight: Elephant Bedroom Camp – Lunch and Dinner

Day 7 and 8.
Samburu Game Reserve

A place of savage beauty, Samburu Game Reserve is characterized by rare wildlife species, doum palms and the life giving waters of the Ewaso Nyiro River. The Reticulated Giraffe can be seen gracefully crossing the river as the gerenuk stands on its hind legs to feed on the bushes. Spot the grevy’s zebra round ears and white belly as the Somali Ostrich does its dance close by.

Overnight: Elephant Bedroom Camp – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 9:
Olpejeta conservancy

Leave the Samburu this morning and drive south to Sweetwaters Tented Camp in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The conservancy plays host to the only chimpanzees in Kenya.

Overnight: Sweetwaters Tented Camp – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 10:
Masai Mara National Reserve

Fly to Kaboso Safari Camp After breakfast, drive to the airstrip for your flight to Masai Mara National Reserve. On arrival at Ol Kiombo airstrip you will be met a Kaboso Safari Camp driver guide and transferred to camp.

Overnight: Kaboso Safari Camp – Lunch and Dinner

Day 11, 12 and 13:
Masai Mara

Spend the next three days exploring the Masai Mara on game drives. Nowhere else in Kenya will you spot the sheer number of wildlife that you will see in the Mara. From the Big Five to the seldom seen Little Five, the Mara has it all. Between July and October, the great wildebeest migration makes its way into the Mara from neighboring Serengeti in Tanzania in what is considered the world’s greatest animal migration.  There are few ways to experience the Masai Mara than up in the sky on an early morning hot air balloon ride that culminates with a glass of champagne out in the bush.

Overnight: Kaboso Safari Camp – Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

Day 14:
Fly to Nairobi with a dayroom at Ole Sereni

Bid the Kaboso Camp staff farewell and fly back to Nairobi where a dayroom has been reserved for you at the Ole Sereni before you drive to the international airport for your departure flight.

Overnight at Mara Serena Lodge, FB

Tour of Nairobi

Tour of Nairobi City that includes a visit to the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and the Giraffe Center. Located at the edge of Nairobi National Park, the orphanage rescues abandoned and hurt elephants, nurtures them and thereafter releases them back in the wild. At the Giraffe Center, feed Rothschild giraffe from a raised platform or sneak a kiss!

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Nairobi

Samburu National Reserve

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The Samburu National Reserve is a game reserve on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro river in Kenya. On the other side of the river is the Buffalo Springs National Reserve. The park is 165 km² in size and is situated 350 kilometers from Nairobi. It ranges in altitude from 800 to 1230 m above sea level.[1] Geographically, it is located in Samburu County.

In the middle of the reserve, the Ewaso Ng’iro flows through doum palm groves and thick riverine forests. It provides water, without which the game in this arid region could not survive.

Samburu National Reserve can be entered via the Ngare Mare and Buffalo Springs gates. Once inside the reserve, there are two mountains visible: Koitogor and Ololokwe. Samburu National Reserve is very peaceful and attracts animals because of the Ewaso Ng’iro river (meaning “brown water” and pronounced U-aa-so-Nyee-ro) that runs through it and the mixture of acacia, riverine forest, thorn trees and grassland vegetation. The Ewaso Ng’iro flows from the Kenyan highlands and empties into the famous Lorian Swamp. The natural serenity that is evident here is due to its distance from industry and the inaccessibility of the reserve for many years.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Samburu

Amboseli National Parks

“Home of the African Elephant”

Crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, the Amboseli National Parks is one of Kenya’s most popular parks. The name “Amboseli” comes from a Maasai word meaning “salty dust”, and it is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants up close. Nature lovers can explore five different habitats here ranging from the dried-up bed of Lake Amboseli, wetlands with sulphur springs, the savannah and woodlands.  They can also visit the local Maasai community who live around the park and experience their authentic culture.

Country: 

Kenya

Samburu National Reserve

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The Samburu National Reserve is a game reserve on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro river in Kenya. On the other side of the river is the Buffalo Springs National Reserve. The park is 165 km² in size and is situated 350 kilometers from Nairobi. It ranges in altitude from 800 to 1230 m above sea level.[1] Geographically, it is located in Samburu County.

In the middle of the reserve, the Ewaso Ng’iro flows through doum palm groves and thick riverine forests. It provides water, without which the game in this arid region could not survive.

Samburu National Reserve can be entered via the Ngare Mare and Buffalo Springs gates. Once inside the reserve, there are two mountains visible: Koitogor and Ololokwe. Samburu National Reserve is very peaceful and attracts animals because of the Ewaso Ng’iro river (meaning “brown water” and pronounced U-aa-so-Nyee-ro) that runs through it and the mixture of acacia, riverine forest, thorn trees and grassland vegetation. The Ewaso Ng’iro flows from the Kenyan highlands and empties into the famous Lorian Swamp. The natural serenity that is evident here is due to its distance from industry and the inaccessibility of the reserve for many years.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Samburu

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 360 km2 (140 sq mi) not-for-profit wildlife conservancy in Central Kenya’s Laikipia County. It is situated on the equator west of Nanyuki, between the foothills of the Aberdares and Mount Kenya. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy works to conserve wildlife, provide a sanctuary for great apes, and generate income through wildlife tourism and complementary enterprises for re-investment in conservation and community development.

The Conservancy boasts the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa; in 2013, it reached a population milestone of 100 black rhino. It also houses the two remaining northern white rhino in the world, who were moved there from Dvůr Králové Zoo in the Czech Republic. The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary is situated here which provides a haven for orphaned, abandoned, and rescued chimpanzees. It is the only place in Kenya where chimpanzees can be seen. The Conservancy is host to the “Big five game” animals among a large selection of other African animals, which makes it a popular safari destination. It also operates a successful livestock program, which serves to benefit local pastoralists and wildlife. Through the conservancy’s community development programme, Ol Pejeta provides funding to surrounding communities to aid health, education, water and infrastructure projects. They also support the provision of agriculture and livestock extension services and the development of community-based conservation tourism ventures.

Country: 

Kenya

Location: 

Nanyuki

Maasai Mara

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“The Mara”

Maasai Mara, also sometimes spelled Masai Mara and locally known simply as The Mara, is a large national game reserve in Narok, Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It is named in honor of the Maasai people, the ancestral inhabitants of the area, who migrated to the area from the Nile Basin. Their description of the area when looked at from afar: “Mara” means “spotted” in the local Maasai language, due to the many short bushy trees which dot the landscape.

Maasai Mara is one of the most famous and important wildlife conservation and wilderness areas in Africa, world-renowned for its exceptional populations of lion, African leopard, cheetah and African bush elephant. It also hosts the Great Migration, which secured it as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, and as one of the ten Wonders of the World.

The Greater Mara ecosystem encompasses areas known as the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the Mara Triangle, and several Maasai Conservancies, including Koiyaki, Lemek, Ol Chorro Oirowua, Mara North, Olkinyei, Siana, Maji Moto, Naikara, Ol Derkesi, Kerinkani, Oloirien, and Kimintet.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Narok

hemmingway’s hotel

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Set between Nairobi National Park and the foot of the Ngong Hills, Hemingways Nairobi is an exclusive 5-star luxury boutique hotel located in the peaceful suburb of Karen far from the bustle of central Nairobi. An all-suite property providing full butler service, a brasserie, a sunset bar and lounge, and a spa, this plantation-style property is perfectly placed for trips to Nairobi National Park, the David Sheldrick Wildlife trust and the capital. Each of the 45 suites is a generous size, all with walk-in dressing rooms and a private terrace with magnificent views of the iconic Ngong Hills.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Nairobi

Tortilis Camp Amboseli

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Tortilis Camp is named after the flat-topped, umbrella thorn tree, the Acacia Tortilis, and embraces a hill in one of Amboseli’s areas of Acacia Tortilis woodland. Located in a private conservancy bordering the national park, game drives, walks, sundowners and bush meals take place both inside the national park and in the conservancy, where guests enjoy exclusivity.

The tents are all spacious, with king or twin beds and elegant en suite bathrooms. There is a main lounge, bar and dining area, all exquisitely built with natural materials and thatched roofs. The Private House and Family Tent are located slightly separate to the main camp, upon the hill where they share a pool.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Nanyuki

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 360 km2 (140 sq mi) not-for-profit wildlife conservancy in Central Kenya’s Laikipia County. It is situated on the equator west of Nanyuki, between the foothills of the Aberdares and Mount Kenya. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy works to conserve wildlife, provide a sanctuary for great apes, and generate income through wildlife tourism and complementary enterprises for re-investment in conservation and community development.

The Conservancy boasts the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa; in 2013, it reached a population milestone of 100 black rhino. It also houses the two remaining northern white rhino in the world, who were moved there from Dvůr Králové Zoo in the Czech Republic. The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary is situated here which provides a haven for orphaned, abandoned, and rescued chimpanzees. It is the only place in Kenya where chimpanzees can be seen. The Conservancy is host to the “Big five game” animals among a large selection of other African animals, which makes it a popular safari destination. It also operates a successful livestock program, which serves to benefit local pastoralists and wildlife. Through the conservancy’s community development programme, Ol Pejeta provides funding to surrounding communities to aid health, education, water and infrastructure projects. They also support the provision of agriculture and livestock extension services and the development of community-based conservation tourism ventures.

Country: 

Kenya

Location: 

Nanyuki

Maasai Mara

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“The Mara”

Maasai Mara, also sometimes spelled Masai Mara and locally known simply as The Mara, is a large national game reserve in Narok, Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It is named in honor of the Maasai people, the ancestral inhabitants of the area, who migrated to the area from the Nile Basin. Their description of the area when looked at from afar: “Mara” means “spotted” in the local Maasai language, due to the many short bushy trees which dot the landscape.

Maasai Mara is one of the most famous and important wildlife conservation and wilderness areas in Africa, world-renowned for its exceptional populations of lion, African leopard, cheetah and African bush elephant. It also hosts the Great Migration, which secured it as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, and as one of the ten Wonders of the World.

The Greater Mara ecosystem encompasses areas known as the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the Mara Triangle, and several Maasai Conservancies, including Koiyaki, Lemek, Ol Chorro Oirowua, Mara North, Olkinyei, Siana, Maji Moto, Naikara, Ol Derkesi, Kerinkani, Oloirien, and Kimintet.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Narok

Eka Hotel

Eka Hotel a Nairobi hotel is ideally located along Mombasa Road in Nairobi the capital city of Kenya. It is situated minutes away from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, 5km from Wilson Airport and 5km from the bustling central business district. If you are looking for safari hotels, Eka Hotel is within easy access to the city’s many attractions and entertainment venues which make Eka Hotel an ideal safari accommodation hotel.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Nairobi

Gorilla Forest Camp

As the only concessionaire luxury camp within Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp is the perfect base from which to track the park’s most famous resident – the mountain gorilla. The main area features a comfortable lounge and bar area as well as the main dining area while the mini spa offers a wide selection of treatments. Located within the National Park, Sanctuary Gorilla Forest Camp offers guests an unrivalled location, including the best bird and wildlife viewing in the Bwindi area.

Country: 

Kenya

City/Location: 

Nairobi

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