Day 1 Nairobi – Amboseli After pickup from the airport, an early morning start and drive to Amboseli National Park. Check in at accommodation and lunch. Afternoon game drive. Amboseli National Park is situated due south of Nairobi, Most of the park consists of a dry, ancient lake bed and fragile grassland with patches of acacia woodland, while in the southern area there is a number of small, rocky, volcanic hills. Around the swamps Ol Kenya, Ol Tukai and Enkongo Narok, the vegetation is lush with yellow-barked acacias and phoenix palms.
Day 2: Amboseli Rising early for good views of Mount Kilimanjaro before clouds build up over the summit with packed lunch provided, an optional visit to a Masai village can be planned after breakfast. A visit reveals the singing and dancing that are part of their daily lives and sacred rituals. A glimpse into their homes and social structure is a poignant experience. Despite its changing habitat, Amboseli National Park is possibly the best wildlife area in the whole of Africa to experience elephant at close range. Less unharassed by poachers, elephants feeding and bathing in the swamps must form the highlights of any Safari.
Day 3: Amboseli – Lake Naivasha An early morning drive to Lake Naivasha, it is the highest and the most beautiful of the Rif Valley lakes. At 1910m (6200f), the water is fresh and the lake is fringed with dense clumps of papyrus (ancient Egyptian once used this to make paper). Kingfishers use the papyrus as a perch, herons hide in it while searching for food. Naivasha is yet another area popular for bird watching (over 400species have been recorded). It is also a favorite weekend retreat for Nairobi residents, who come here to sail, water ski and fish. There are no crocodiles in the lake as the water is too cold for them, due to altitude but there are a number of hippos. Along the lake shore, vineyards produce grapes for the country's fledgling wine industry.
Day 4: Lake Naivasha – Maasai Mara Depart early morning to Maasai Mara National Reserve. Arrive in time for lunch then have an afternoon game drive. Mara holds on as one of the few places le on earth where wildlife still lives comparatively undisturbed, in the numbers that once roamed the plains and forests of Africa. As the northern tip of the vast Serengeti ecosystem, the Mara hosts the spectacular seasonal migration of many thousands of Wildebeest, Zebras and attendant predators.
Day 5: Maasai Mara After breakfast, we have a full day game drive, with packed lunch provided. The reserve is well known for its black-manned lion, as well as its abundant resident wildlife and its one of the few places where it's possible to see the big five during a morning's game drive.
Many of the cheetahs are so tame they seek shelter from the hot sun under one's vehicle and several even climb onto the roof to get a better view of prospective prey. For the bird enthusiast, almost 500 species have been recorded: among these 16 species of eagle, plus many hawks and falcons, 6 species of vultures, 8 species of storks 4 of bustard (including the Kori bustard, the world's heaviest flying bird), and 9 species of sunbirds.
Day 6: Maasai Mara – Nairobi Morning game drive in Mara and afternoon transfer to Nairobi arriving at about 5 pm. Lunch en route.
SAFARI COST Low season: 1 April – 15 June (2020 – 2022) No. of pax 1 2 3 4 5 6 USD 2,958 2,022 1,762 1,633 1,554 1,502 Single room supplement: $ 156
High Season: Jan – March & November to 20th December (2020 – 2022) No. of pax 1 2 3 4 5 6 USD 3,348 2,152 1,892 1,762 1,684 1,632 Single room supplement: USD 416
Peak Season: 16 June – 30th October & 21st December to 3rd January (2020 -2022 No. of pax 1 2 3 4 5 6 USD 3,764 2,490 2,230 2,100 2,022 1,970 Single room supplement: USD 494
Cost Per Person: Adult Rate: 12 years and above. Child Rate: 70% of Adult rate sharing room with Adults & 80% in own r