6 Days – Amboseli, Lake Nakuru & Masai Mara
The highlights for this Kenya Safari from Nairobi include:
- An abundance of wildlife, including large herds of elephants, lions, leopards, zebras, giraffes, and many more in Amboselo. The park is also known for its stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa.
- Breathtaking views of savannah grasslands, wildlife including the “Big Five” and other plain games in Masai Mara National Reserve
- A huge variety of bird species including hundreds of thousands of pink flamingoes in Lake Nakuru National Park
Nairobi - Hotel or Airport
Please arrive by 7:00 AM for a prompt departure at 7:30 AM.
Approximately 4:30 PM.
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Day 1: Nairobi – Amboseli
Pick up from your Nairobi hotel or the Airport and depart to Amboseli National Park at the slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Arrive, check in, and have lunch at the lodge/camp. Proceed for an afternoon game drive in the park to view the herds of elephants, lions hyenas, and other sorts of wildlife. After game drives, head to the lodge/camp for dinner and overnight. Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Day 2: Full-day Safari in Amboseli National Park
Early morning game drive and return back to camp for breakfast. After breakfast enjoy a full-day safari in the Amboseli with a packed lunch in search of its popular elephants, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, and hippo among other animals, and if weather permits the beautiful sight of the Snow Capped Mount Kilimanjaro. Later return to your camp for dinner and overnight. Where to stay
- Sentrim Amboseli/ Sopa Lodge Amboseli
- Ol Tukai/Amboseli Serena/Kibo Safari Camp
- Tawi Lodge
Day 3: Amboseli – Lake Nakuru Via Nairobi
Early morning game drive, return to lodge/camp for breakfast Check-out and depart to Nairobi for lunch at the Famous Carnivore Restaurant. After lunch, head towards Lake Nakuru descending in the Great Rift Valley with amazing views of nature. Arrive at the lodge/camp. Check-In, dinner, and overnight at lodge/camp. Where to stay
- Punda Milias/ Sarova Woodlands/ Ziwa Bush Lodge
- Flamingo Hill Tented Camp/Lake Nakuru Lodge/ Sarova Lion Hill
Day 4: Lake Nakuru – Masai Mara
Wake up early, have tea or coffee, and depart for an early morning game drive to enjoy seeing the big numbers of flamingoes, pelicans, and many other bird species. There are also lots of animals i. e. buffaloes, waterbucks, impalas, giraffes, and if lucky leopards and lions. Return for breakfast, check out, and depart with a picnic – lunch boxes, heading towards Masai Mara. Arrive late in the evening, check-in and have dinner at the lodge/camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 5: Masai Mara
You will have two options. Have an early morning breakfast and leave with your packed lunch to spend the whole day viewing games and exploring maasai mara and come back early in the evening at around 4:00 PM. Or have an early cup of coffee and leave for an early morning game drive. Come back at around 8. 30 AM for a full breakfast then leave your camp/lodge with your packed lunch to spend the whole day viewing games and exploring Mara then come back early at around 4 PM. In between game drives, there is an optional visit to the Masai villages if clients so wish. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 6: Masai Mara – Nairobi
Early morning drive in the reserve and then return for Breakfast. After breakfast, check out and depart for Nairobi to reach in the evening. Where to stay
- Enkorok Mara/Mara Duma/AA Lodge Mara
- Zebra Plains Mara Camp/Basecamp/Sekenani Lodge
- Mara Serena/ Sarova Mara Camp/Ashnil Mara Camp
Amboseli National Park, nestled at the foothills of majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, is a place of natural wonder and wildlife spectacle. One sunny morning, as the golden rays of the sun pierced through the acacia trees, a group of safari-goers set out on a journey into this iconic Kenyan wilderness. Their safari vehicle rumbled along dusty trails, guided by an experienced ranger who knew the park like the back of his hand. Within moments, they found themselves amidst a parade of elephants. Towering and graceful, these gentle giants were on a mission to reach the park's life-sustaining swamps. Cameras clicked furiously as the elephants, with their young ones in tow, created a mesmerizing scene against the backdrop of Kilimanjaro's snow-capped peak. The Maasai Mara, a vast expanse of savannah in Kenya, is a realm of untamed beauty and wildlife drama. In the early morning light, a group of eager travelers embarked on a safari into this iconic wilderness. Their safari vehicle, with an experienced guide at the helm, meandered through the golden grasslands. Soon, they encountered the Mara River, where one of the world's most spectacular natural events was unfolding. A seemingly endless stream of wildebeest and zebras, driven by their primal instincts, braved the treacherous waters, battling currents and crocodile-infested depths in pursuit of greener pastures. It was the Great Migration, a breathtaking spectacle that humbled all who witnessed it.