Maasai Mara
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Customers in Safari Van

Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha and Amboseli

  • When January to December
  • Duration 7 days, 6 nights
  • Accomodation Tented Camps & Lodges
Whats included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Transport in a safari van with hatch roof
  • Accommodation as per itinerary
  • All meals as per itinerary
  • Services of our Professional Guide/Driver
  • All park entrance fees
  • All game drives
  • Statutory taxes
  • Surcharge for online payment of deposit (5%)
Whats not included in this tour Items that are covered in the cost of tour price.
  • Personal Insurance
  • Alcoholic & Soft drinks
  • Balloon Safari
  • Masai Village Tour
  • Tipping
  • Hotel in Nairobi (available as addon)
  • Airport Transfers (available as addon)
  • Surcharge for online payment of balance (5%)
  1. Day 1 Nairobi to Maasai Mara

    Kickstarting your safari with an early pickup from Nairobi, you will head towards the world famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The 6 hour long drive to the reserve covers about 280km with a combination of smooth tarred roads and bumpy muddy trials. The last 90mins are particularly bumpy and not very suitable for people with back problems.

    The Game Reserve is Kenya’s numero uno park and is usually on the “Must visit list” of every tourist. True to its legacy, the Masai Mara is full of life and home to over 450 species of birds and animals. The highlight of these rolling grasslands and Acacia savannas are the Big 5 ( Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Rhino) To say the least, it definitely crowns the climax of every other safari in Kenya.

    Apart from the famous “Big 5”, the Masai Mara is known for another natural spectacle - The Great Migration. It is an annual activity which includes the migration of over one million wildebeest, zebra, gazelle etc from the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania to Kenya by crossing over the Mara river in search of fresh green feeding pastures. This is generally visible in the Masai Mara region in July or August.

    The long day comes to an end with a delicious dinner and overnight rest at your chosen camp or lodge.

    Note that the last 1-hour drive to Masai Mara is on the corrugated and bumpy road and may not be comfortable for clients with back problems. Clients with back problems can consider flying directly to (and out of) Masai Mara

  2. Day 2 Maasai Mara

    Your safari will begin with an early morning game drive in the grasslands followed by breakfast back at the camp. Winding up with breakfast, you will head out to spend the whole day in the park in search of its popular resident predators and prey like Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe, Big 5 and so on.

    Packed lunch will be consumed while you are on the safari, followed by a visit to the Mara river. The river is well known for its dangerous crocodile that provide ample kill viewing experiences.

    The day comes to an end with a delicious dinner and overnight rest at your chosen camp or lodge.

  3. Day 3 Maasai Mara to Lake Nakuru

    The destination for today is the famous Lake Nakuru. Starting your day early and finishing up a quick breakfast, you will begin the 6 hour long journey covering a distance of about 340 kms to Lake Nakuru. On reaching Lake Nakuru in the afternoon, you will be just in time for a scrumptious lunch and a few hours to rest after checking-in to the lodge.

    Early in the evening you will head out on your game drive to see one of the world’s largest ornithological sites. The lake Nakuru region is extremely famous for its flamingoes and diverse wildlife. What adds on even more awe to the place is the Black and White Rhinos that are found in this park.

    The eventful day comes to an end with freshly prepared dinner and overnight rest at your chosen lodge or camp.

  4. Day 4 Lake Nakuru to Lake Naivasha

    Today’s destination is the Hell’s gate national park. Heading out towards Lake Naivasha after breakfast, it would take about 2 hours to cover the 95km distance.

    Situated at 1880m above sea level, Lake Naivasha is Kenya’s highest freshwater lake. It gets its name from the local maasai language, meaning “rough water” because of the sudden storms which occur.

    Upon reaching the lake by mid morning, you can choose to do do either boat trips on the lake or take pleasant nature walk at Crescent island. The area is flocked with animals like the giraffe, buffaloes, colobus monkeys, waterbucks , elands and impalas. Over 200 species of birds are recorded in the region making it a treat to watch.

    You will reach your lodge or camp in time for lunch. After completing your check in and lunch you will begin the afternoon game drive. With recharged enthusiasm you will enter the famous Hell’s Gate National Park.

    The name comes from a narrow break in the cliffs, which was once a tributary of a prehistoric lake. The park offers a diverse scenery filled with cliffs, gorges, rock towers and volcanoes. Keep a keen eye to spot baboons, vultures, Verreaux’s eagles, buzzards and the fancy klipspringer antelope.

    The eventful day comes to an end with a delicious dinner and much needed rest in your accommodation.

  5. Day 5 Lake Naivasha to Amboseli

    Starting your day earlier than usual, you will begin your drive towards Amboseli National Park. The long drive of 315km will take about 6 hours to reach.

    Arriving at Amboseli National Park right in time for lunch, you will be checked in to your lodge or camp. Post lunch you will experience a half day game drive in the national park.

    The park is 392 square kilometers and is the second most famous park in Kenya. If the weather gods are nice to you, there is a good chance of getting a view of Mt. Kilimanjaro which is the highest free standing mountain in the world.

    Winding up your game drive by evening, you will head back to your accommodation for dinner and overnight rest. Make sure you get a good night’s rest and recharge yourself for the next day’s adventure.

  6. Day 6 Amboseli National Park

    Today you will have a full day game drive at the Amboseli National Park, with all meals provided at your lodge or camp. Amboseli being famous for elephants, you should be able to get close to a few free ranging elephants.

    The vegetation of the park is sparse due to the long dry months, thus giving amazing opportunities to spot wildlife. The park houses the African bush elephant, buffaloes, impalas, Masai lions, cheetahs,spotted hyenas and blue wildebeest among other african animals.

    Keeping your camera ready at hand is highly recommended. The action packed day comes to an end by evening, with a fresh dinner awaiting you at your accommodation you can retire for the night.

  7. Day 7 Amboseli to Nairobi

    On the final day of your safari, you will have an early morning game drive from 6:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Post the game drive, the team will set out on a 265 Km drive to Nairobi.

    You will be dropped off at the airport or at your hotel in Nairobi. With an incredible experience and loads of memories to cherish, this is the time you bid goodbye to your team.

Day 1 - Nairobi to Maasai Mara

Day 2 - Maasai Mara

Day 3 - Maasai Mara to Lake Nakuru

Flamingos at Lake Nakuru

Day 4 - Lake Nakuru to Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha

Day 5 - Lake Naivasha to Amboseli

Herd of elephants at Amboseli National Park

Day 6 - Amboseli National Park

Herd of elephants at Amboseli National Park

Day 7 - Amboseli to Nairobi

Elephants with Mt. Kilimanjaro

  1. Day 1 Ol Moran Tented Camp, Maasai Mara

    This is an exclusive tented camp at Maasai Mara for those who want to be true to wild experience. The camp is situated within the Masai Mara Eco-system and on the banks of Ololaimutia River which is a watering point for most of wild animals expecially elephants, buffalos, antelops etc 20 Kms from Keekrok Air Strip, 15 Kms from Sekenani Gate, 2Kms from Ololaimutia Gate and 230kms from Nairobi. Masai Mara the new seventh wonder of the modern world, famous for the migration of wilder beasts.

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  2. Day 2 Ol Moran Tented Camp, Maasai Mara

    This is an exclusive tented camp at Maasai Mara for those who want to be true to wild experience. The camp is situated within the Masai Mara Eco-system and on the banks of Ololaimutia River which is a watering point for most of wild animals expecially elephants, buffalos, antelops etc 20 Kms from Keekrok Air Strip, 15 Kms from Sekenani Gate, 2Kms from Ololaimutia Gate and 230kms from Nairobi. Masai Mara the new seventh wonder of the modern world, famous for the migration of wilder beasts.

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  3. Day 3 Tumaini, Nakuru

    Tumaini Conference Centre has an ideal luxurious environment for travelers, business personnel,families,seminars & workshops and ultimate retreat destination.

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  4. Day 4 Fish Eagle Inn, Naivasha

    Fish Eagle Inn is located on the Southern Shores of Lake Naivasha in the Rift Valley of South West Kenya and is about 90kms from Nairobi. It has manicured gardens and rooms with a rustic look yet affording the comforts of modern living. This rather sprawling place caters for budget travelers offering everything from tent pitches to detached lakeside cottages.

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  5. Day 5 Sopa Lodge, Amboseli

    Set in 200 acres of private land, and with a rustic charm all of its own, the lodge nestles in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro which, at almost six thousand metres, is Africa’s highest and most famous snowcapped mountain. It was this region of Kenya that, in the 1930’s, inspired Ernest Hemingway’s unforgettable stories ‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro’ and ‘The Short, Happy Life of Francis Macomber’ which were turned into more than successful feature films in the late 1940’s due to their renowned actors. All forms of wildlife still abound in this wilderness which continues all the way to the Amboseli National Park, an easy twenty minute drive away from the lodge.

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  6. Day 6 Sopa Lodge, Amboseli

    Set in 200 acres of private land, and with a rustic charm all of its own, the lodge nestles in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro which, at almost six thousand metres, is Africa’s highest and most famous snowcapped mountain. It was this region of Kenya that, in the 1930’s, inspired Ernest Hemingway’s unforgettable stories ‘The Snows of Kilimanjaro’ and ‘The Short, Happy Life of Francis Macomber’ which were turned into more than successful feature films in the late 1940’s due to their renowned actors. All forms of wildlife still abound in this wilderness which continues all the way to the Amboseli National Park, an easy twenty minute drive away from the lodge.

    Please check with our team for alternate stay options to Sopa Lodge, Amboseli

Day 1 - Ol Moran Tented Camp, Maasai Mara

Ol Moran Tented Camp, Maasai Mara

Day 2 - Ol Moran Tented Camp, Maasai Mara

Ol Moran Tented Camp, Maasai Mara

Day 3 - Tumaini

Tumaini

Day 4 - Fish Eagle Inn, Naivasha

Fish Eagle Inn, Naivasha

Day 5 - Sopa Lodge, Amboseli

Day 6 - Sopa Lodge, Amboseli

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