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Discover Kenya's Wilderness: A Hidden Gem Safari Experience Spanning 9 Days offers an immersive journey into the heart of Kenya's untamed landscapes. This safari adventure promises an unforgettable exploration of Kenya's diverse wildlife, majestic savannahs, and breathtaking natural wonders over the course of nine days. Travelers can expect encounters with iconic African wildlife such as lions, elephants, giraffes, and rhinos, while also discovering lesser-known gems off the beaten path. From thrilling game drives to serene moments in pristine wilderness settings, this safari experience offers an authentic glimpse into the beauty and biodiversity of Kenya's wilderness.

From

$2600.00

Duration

9 days

Tour Type

Max People

100

Amenities Available On Safari

Parks/Reserves Visited:

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Lake Bogoria National Reserve
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Masai Mara National Reserve

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Nairobi to Amboseli National Park

The trip from Nairobi to Amboseli National Park ushers travelers from the vibrant Kenyan capital to the tranquil expanse of Amboseli's wilderness. Commencing in Nairobi, travelers can arrange transportation, either by road or air, to reach Amboseli.

Amboseli National Park is celebrated for its breathtaking vistas of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, which majestically overlooks the park's plains. Rich in biodiversity, the park is inhabited by a plethora of wildlife, including elephants, lions, giraffes, zebras, and an abundance of bird species. Visitors can partake in game drives, guided walks, and engage in cultural exchanges with the Maasai people, who call the surrounding area home.

Covering a distance of approximately 240 kilometers (150 miles), the journey from Nairobi to Amboseli National Park typically spans 4-5 hours by road, contingent upon traffic conditions and chosen mode of transport. En route, travelers are treated to picturesque landscapes, including glimpses of Mount Kilimanjaro as they draw near to the park. In sum, the voyage from Nairobi to Amboseli seamlessly blends urban vitality with natural splendor, offering a compelling allure for safari enthusiasts and admirers of the great outdoors alike.

Two full day Exploring Amboseli National Park

Exploring Amboseli National Park over two full days offers an immersive experience into one of Kenya's most iconic safari destinations. Located at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, Amboseli is renowned for its stunning landscapes, abundant wildlife, and rich Maasai culture.

During these two days, visitors can embark on game drives through the park's diverse habitats, which range from open savannah and acacia woodlands to swamps and marshes fed by underground springs. Amboseli is particularly famous for its large herds of elephants, which can often be seen against the backdrop of Kilimanjaro, creating postcard-perfect scenes.

Apart from elephants, the park is home to a variety of other wildlife, including lions, cheetahs, leopards, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, and numerous bird species. Exploring the park with an experienced guide enhances the chances of spotting these animals and learning about their behaviors and habitats.

In addition to game drives, visitors can also take guided nature walks or cultural visits to nearby Maasai villages to gain insight into the traditional lifestyle and customs of the indigenous people. The breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro, especially during sunrise and sunset, offer unforgettable moments for photography enthusiasts.

Overall, two full days in Amboseli National Park provide ample time to soak in the beauty of its landscapes, observe diverse wildlife in their natural habitat, and immerse oneself in the rich cultural heritage of the region.

Amboseli National Park to Lake Naivasha

Embark on a captivating journey from Amboseli National Park to Lake Naivasha, traversing Kenya's diverse landscapes. Situated in the southern part of the country, Amboseli National Park boasts awe-inspiring vistas of Mount Kilimanjaro, teeming wildlife, and expansive plains adorned with acacia trees. Adventurers can partake in exhilarating game drives, observe herds of elephants, and catch glimpses of lions, cheetahs, and a plethora of bird species.

Transitioning from Amboseli, travelers can set out on a scenic road trip bound for Lake Naivasha, nestled amidst the Great Rift Valley lakes. Lake Naivasha is renowned for its serene waters, verdant environs, and abundant birdlife. Visitors can indulge in boat safaris, encountering hippos, waterfowl, and various aquatic creatures. Moreover, Crescent Island, an idyllic wildlife sanctuary within the lake, presents opportunities for up-close encounters with giraffes, zebras, and antelopes.

The voyage from Amboseli National Park to Lake Naivasha promises a tapestry of Kenya's natural wonders, from the majestic silhouette of Mount Kilimanjaro to the tranquil allure of Lake Naivasha, all while immersing oneself in the rich biodiversity of the region.

Full day at Lake Naivasha

A full day at Lake Naivasha offers a serene escape into the heart of Kenya's Great Rift Valley. Located northwest of Nairobi, Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake renowned for its diverse birdlife and stunning scenery. Visitors can embark on a variety of activities such as boat safaris, where they can spot hippos, giraffes, and other wildlife along the shoreline. Hiking enthusiasts can explore nearby Hell's Gate National Park, famous for its dramatic cliffs and geothermal activity. For a more relaxed experience, one can simply enjoy a picnic by the lakeshore or visit one of the flower farms surrounding the area. With its tranquil ambiance and natural beauty, a full day at Lake Naivasha promises to be a memorable experience for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Lake Bogoria National Reserve

Lake Bogoria National Reserve, nestled in the heart of Kenya's East Africa, stands as a sanctuary of breathtaking vistas, diverse fauna, and distinctive geological formations. At its core lies Lake Bogoria, an enchanting saline alkaline lake celebrated for its vast congregations of flamingos, painting the shores with a vivid spectacle. Among the myriad birdlife, pelicans, herons, and eagles grace the skies.

Beyond its avian charm, Lake Bogoria National Reserve teems with a rich array of wildlife, including zebras, baboons, warthogs, and antelopes, promising unparalleled opportunities for wildlife observation and photography.

Of remarkable note are the geothermal hot springs and geysers that punctuate Lake Bogoria's landscape, casting an otherworldly allure with their steam vents and bubbling pools along the shoreline.

Visitors to the reserve are invited to indulge in a myriad of activities, from birdwatching and game drives to leisurely nature walks and idyllic picnics. For those seeking a deeper immersion, camping facilities offer the chance to dwell amidst the splendor of this unparalleled ecosystem.

Lake Bogoria National Reserve to Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Bogoria National Reserve and Lake Nakuru National Park stand as two distinguished wildlife conservation areas nestled within Kenya's Great Rift Valley region.

Lake Bogoria National Reserve is celebrated for its enchanting scenery and hosts a significant population of flamingos along its shores. The reserve's centerpiece, Lake Bogoria, is a saline alkaline lake renowned for its geysers and thermal springs. These geothermal marvels cultivate a distinctive habitat that sustains a rich variety of plant and animal life, including the elusive greater kudu and the endemic Jackson's hartebeest. Visitors to Lake Bogoria can indulge in activities such as birdwatching, game drives, and leisurely hikes along the winding trails that crisscross the reserve.

In contrast, Lake Nakuru National Park is famed for its abundant flamingo colonies and diverse avian species. Embracing Lake Nakuru's shores, another alkaline lake adorned with pink hues from countless flamingos, the park offers exceptional opportunities for birdwatching. Moreover, Lake Nakuru National Park provides outstanding wildlife sightings, including rhinos, lions, giraffes, and other emblematic African fauna. Its varied landscapes encompass savannah plains, woodlands, and rugged escarpments, fostering a sanctuary for a plethora of species.

Spanning approximately 180 kilometers (about 112 miles) by road, the distance between Lake Bogoria National Reserve and Lake Nakuru National Park typically entails a 3-4 hour journey, subject to road conditions and traffic. Both destinations promise unforgettable encounters for nature enthusiasts and wildlife aficionados exploring Kenya.

Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara National Reserve

Lake Nakuru National Park and Masai Mara National Reserve stand as emblematic wildlife sanctuaries nestled in Kenya, East Africa.

Lake Nakuru National Park:
Nestled within the Rift Valley region of Kenya, Lake Nakuru National Park boasts a captivating lake adorned with vibrant flocks of pink flamingos, a sight that mesmerizes visitors with its natural allure.
In addition to its famed flamingos, the park serves as a haven for an array of bird species, making it a haven for avid birdwatchers.
The park's biodiversity extends to its terrestrial inhabitants, including rhinos, giraffes, zebras, and lions, offering visitors the chance for thrilling wildlife encounters.
Guests can partake in exhilarating game drives, birdwatching escapades, and leisurely walking safaris, all of which promise close encounters with the park's rich flora and fauna.

Masai Mara National Reserve:
Nestled in the southwest of Kenya, Masai Mara epitomizes one of Africa's most renowned safari destinations, celebrated for its awe-inspiring annual wildebeest migration, aptly dubbed the "Great Migration."
Defined by expansive savannahs speckled with acacia trees and intersected by the Mara River, the reserve presents a picturesque panorama for wildlife observation.
Masai Mara teems with a plethora of wildlife, including the revered "Big Five" alongside cheetahs, hyenas, and a plethora of antelope species.
Visitors are invited to embark on enthralling game drives, enchanting hot air balloon safaris, and enlightening guided walks, each promising unforgettable encounters with the reserve's diverse fauna and breathtaking vistas.

Journeying from Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara National Reserve offers a seamless transition from the tranquil charm of a lakeside refuge to the exhilarating wilderness of one of Africa's most iconic safari destinations. This transition guarantees visitors an indelible experience of Kenya's natural splendors.

Full Day Exploring Masai Mara National Reserve - Flexible Game Drive Options

Discover the flexibility of our safari itineraries, designed to align with your preferences for an unforgettable wildlife experience. Collaborate with your guide to craft the perfect day in the wild.

Option 1: Full-Day Game Drive

Kick off with a leisurely breakfast, then embark on a full-day game drive at 7:30 AM, including a picnic lunch by the Mara River, a hotspot for witnessing the majestic migration. Spend the day exploring and return to your lodge or camp in the late afternoon, rich with wildlife sightings.

Option 2: Morning and Afternoon Drives

Prefer an early start? Leave at 6 AM for a sunrise game drive, return for breakfast, and relax until a 4 PM afternoon drive, capturing the savannah's beauty as the day cools. Return at 6:30 PM for dinner and rest.

Choose your pace and let us tailor your safari for an unparalleled journey through nature's wonders.

Masai Mara NR to Nairobi - Tailored Departure Plans and Optional Nairobi Excursions

Upon departing from the Masai Mara, your transition will be seamlessly orchestrated in accordance with your flight schedule, all under the guidance of your designated tour guide. Whether your destination is within Nairobi or the airport for your homeward journey, we guarantee a smooth transition from the safari to your next destination.

While in Nairobi, augment your experience with a variety of optional excursions. Immerse yourself in the local culture and wildlife by visiting attractions like the Giraffe Centre, where encounters with these magnificent creatures await, or delve into the rich tapestry of history and art at the National Museum. For an authentic glimpse into Kenyan life, the vibrant cultural performances at the Bomas of Kenya are a must-see. Art aficionados will find delight in the exquisite handmade ceramics and jewelry at the Kazuri Beads Centre, while literary enthusiasts can journey through time at the Karen Blixen Museum, the former residence of the renowned author of "Out of Africa."

Embark on Further Exploration in Nairobi

Make the most of these enriching activities to round off your Kenyan adventure, crafting memories that will endure a lifetime. Our dedicated team is on hand to facilitate any of these optional excursions, ensuring your journey is as rewarding and stress-free as possible.

Highlights

  • Its a 9 Days 8 Nights Safari
  • Destinations:-Amboseli NP, Lake Naivasha, Bogoria NR, Nakuru NP, Masai Mara NR
  • Type of transport:- Road using a 4×4 comfortable 8 seater Tour van / Jeep (Land Cruiser).
  • Best Time to Visit: All year round for wildlife enthusiasts
  • Tour Type-Private
  • Trip Extensions available on request.
  • Accommodation:- Description on Pricing and season Information

What’s Included

  • All transfers
  • All accommodation during the tour
  • All applicable government taxes, levies and park entrance fees
  • All meals and drinking water during the tour
  • Services of our professional driver guide
  • All game drives as noted in the itinerary
  • Passports and visa applications and processing
  • International flights and taxes
  • Travel insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Tips and Gratuity for driver/guide
  • Entrance fee for activities noted as optional

Safari Prices & Seasons

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Nairobi to Amboseli National Park

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Amboseli National Park is celebrated for its breathtaking vistas of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, which majestically overlooks the park's plains. Rich in biodiversity, the park is inhabited by a plethora of wildlife, including elephants, lions, giraffes, zebras, and an abundance of bird species. Visitors can partake in game drives, guided walks, and engage in cultural exchanges with the Maasai people, who call the surrounding area home.

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Exploring Amboseli National Park over two full days offers an immersive experience into one of Kenya's most iconic safari destinations. Located at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, Amboseli is renowned for its stunning landscapes, abundant wildlife, and rich Maasai culture.

During these two days, visitors can embark on game drives through the park's diverse habitats, which range from open savannah and acacia woodlands to swamps and marshes fed by underground springs. Amboseli is particularly famous for its large herds of elephants, which can often be seen against the backdrop of Kilimanjaro, creating postcard-perfect scenes.

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Amboseli National Park to Lake Naivasha

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The voyage from Amboseli National Park to Lake Naivasha promises a tapestry of Kenya's natural wonders, from the majestic silhouette of Mount Kilimanjaro to the tranquil allure of Lake Naivasha, all while immersing oneself in the rich biodiversity of the region.

Full day at Lake Naivasha

A full day at Lake Naivasha offers a serene escape into the heart of Kenya's Great Rift Valley. Located northwest of Nairobi, Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake renowned for its diverse birdlife and stunning scenery. Visitors can embark on a variety of activities such as boat safaris, where they can spot hippos, giraffes, and other wildlife along the shoreline. Hiking enthusiasts can explore nearby Hell's Gate National Park, famous for its dramatic cliffs and geothermal activity. For a more relaxed experience, one can simply enjoy a picnic by the lakeshore or visit one of the flower farms surrounding the area. With its tranquil ambiance and natural beauty, a full day at Lake Naivasha promises to be a memorable experience for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

Lake Bogoria National Reserve

Lake Bogoria National Reserve, nestled in the heart of Kenya's East Africa, stands as a sanctuary of breathtaking vistas, diverse fauna, and distinctive geological formations. At its core lies Lake Bogoria, an enchanting saline alkaline lake celebrated for its vast congregations of flamingos, painting the shores with a vivid spectacle. Among the myriad birdlife, pelicans, herons, and eagles grace the skies.

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Nestled within the Rift Valley region of Kenya, Lake Nakuru National Park boasts a captivating lake adorned with vibrant flocks of pink flamingos, a sight that mesmerizes visitors with its natural allure.
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Guests can partake in exhilarating game drives, birdwatching escapades, and leisurely walking safaris, all of which promise close encounters with the park's rich flora and fauna.

Masai Mara National Reserve:
Nestled in the southwest of Kenya, Masai Mara epitomizes one of Africa's most renowned safari destinations, celebrated for its awe-inspiring annual wildebeest migration, aptly dubbed the "Great Migration."
Defined by expansive savannahs speckled with acacia trees and intersected by the Mara River, the reserve presents a picturesque panorama for wildlife observation.
Masai Mara teems with a plethora of wildlife, including the revered "Big Five" alongside cheetahs, hyenas, and a plethora of antelope species.
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Full Day Exploring Masai Mara National Reserve - Flexible Game Drive Options

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Option 1: Full-Day Game Drive

Kick off with a leisurely breakfast, then embark on a full-day game drive at 7:30 AM, including a picnic lunch by the Mara River, a hotspot for witnessing the majestic migration. Spend the day exploring and return to your lodge or camp in the late afternoon, rich with wildlife sightings.

Option 2: Morning and Afternoon Drives

Prefer an early start? Leave at 6 AM for a sunrise game drive, return for breakfast, and relax until a 4 PM afternoon drive, capturing the savannah's beauty as the day cools. Return at 6:30 PM for dinner and rest.

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Masai Mara NR to Nairobi - Tailored Departure Plans and Optional Nairobi Excursions

Upon departing from the Masai Mara, your transition will be seamlessly orchestrated in accordance with your flight schedule, all under the guidance of your designated tour guide. Whether your destination is within Nairobi or the airport for your homeward journey, we guarantee a smooth transition from the safari to your next destination.

While in Nairobi, augment your experience with a variety of optional excursions. Immerse yourself in the local culture and wildlife by visiting attractions like the Giraffe Centre, where encounters with these magnificent creatures await, or delve into the rich tapestry of history and art at the National Museum. For an authentic glimpse into Kenyan life, the vibrant cultural performances at the Bomas of Kenya are a must-see. Art aficionados will find delight in the exquisite handmade ceramics and jewelry at the Kazuri Beads Centre, while literary enthusiasts can journey through time at the Karen Blixen Museum, the former residence of the renowned author of "Out of Africa."

Embark on Further Exploration in Nairobi

Make the most of these enriching activities to round off your Kenyan adventure, crafting memories that will endure a lifetime. Our dedicated team is on hand to facilitate any of these optional excursions, ensuring your journey is as rewarding and stress-free as possible.

Highlights

  • Its a 9 Days 8 Nights Safari
  • Destinations:-Amboseli NP, Lake Naivasha, Bogoria NR, Nakuru NP, Masai Mara NR
  • Type of transport:- Road using a 4×4 comfortable 8 seater Tour van / Jeep (Land Cruiser).
  • Best Time to Visit: All year round for wildlife enthusiasts
  • Tour Type-Private
  • Trip Extensions available on request.
  • Accommodation:- Description on Pricing and season Information

What’s Included

  • All transfers
  • All accommodation during the tour
  • All applicable government taxes, levies and park entrance fees
  • All meals and drinking water during the tour
  • Services of our professional driver guide
  • All game drives as noted in the itinerary
  • Passports and visa applications and processing
  • International flights and taxes
  • Travel insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Tips and Gratuity for driver/guide
  • Entrance fee for activities noted as optional

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