7 Days Masai Mara, Nakuru, Amboseli & Tsavo West Tour

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Day 1: Nairobi/ Masai Mara
On the day of your arrival, meet and greet with our representative at the airport where you shall be briefed about the itinerary then Depart Nairobi for a journey south along the floor of the great rift valley then past Narok climb the western wall entering Hemingway’s country ‘’Serengeti plans’’ Lunch at Narok. Afternoon enjoy a game drive in this famous reserve. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Day 2: Masai Mara
Full day game viewing whereby you leave the camp after breakfast with picnic lunch.
The Mara is the land of African legend: Lion are abundant throughout the park, as are the elephants, giraffes, and a variety of gazelle species and zebra. Cheetah and leopard are also regularly seen and, less commonly, rhino. The annual wildebeest migration, one of nature’s few remaining wildlife spectacles, occurs in the Mara from July to September where the big animals and their predators are to be present in abundance during the time frame of this trip. Several species of Bee-Eater, the flying rainbow that heads the list of the Mara’s birds, occur in the reserve. As well as wildlife, the Maasai Mara is also home to many members of the colorful Maasai tribe who may be seen around the borders of the park – Morans (warriors) loping across the plains, young boys herding goats, or elders grouped under a tree discussing matters of the day. Optional balloon safari is also available and visit to masai village. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Day 3: Mara – Nakuru
Early breakfast. Depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. Arrive in time for lunch. Afternoon game drive. This shallow soda lake has been famous for its flamingos but has also retained its reputation as an ornithologists’ delight with more than 400 species of bird found here. You may get out of the vehicle at the lake shore to get a closer look at the birds. The nearby cliffs offer sightings of baboons, birds of prey and scurrying hyraxes, as well as great views of the park. The national park covers 180 sq km and is home to warthogs, waterbuck, buffaloes, reedbucks, and the occasional leopard as well as white and black rhinos which were introduced to the park some years ago.. Dinner and overnight at Genevieve Hotel.

Day 4: Nakuru -Amboseli National Park
Early in the morning after breakfast check out from your camp and drive south to Amboseli National Park. Arrive in time for lunch at the camp with the immense grandeur of Mt Kilimanjaro in the background. Amboseli National Park, at the foot of Africa’s highest mountain, 5895m Kilimanjaro, is one of the most popular of Kenya’s national parks. Amboseli National Park provides the classic Hollywood image of Africa. Set in rolling savannah scenery it is dwarfed by the presence of the pink-tinged, snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro which, at 5,896 meters, is the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Against this magnificent backdrop roam vast herds of elephant accompanied by lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, baboon, gazelle hippo and wildebeest. There are also over 400 species of birds, all manner of reptilian, flora and fauna and some of the most soul-searing views in Africa.
Enjoy an evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at Kimana camp.

Day 5: Amboseli
Another exciting day in Amboseli National Park, we recommend that you get up early morning where one can experience excellent game viewing & an unprecedented view of the snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro. Return to your Camp for breakfast. You may opt for an additional game drive after breakfast to visit the swamp with its magnificent wildlife present all day long or simply relax at your lodge and take in the African wilderness. Afternoon game drives in anticipation of seeing the “BIG FIVE”.
.Dinner and overnight at Kimana Camp.

Day 6: Amboseli-Tsavo West
Early morning game drive and depart for Tsavo West National Park The Park is a vast expansion of African savanna with a more diverse array of habitats which include open plains, semi desert scrub, woodland, Chyulu Hills and rock outcrops. It’s famous for the Red Elephants, Oryx, and Gerenuk among other mammal’s species and bird life. Other notable features include Mzima Springs which are water source for Mombasa Town, Shetani Lava Flow and Ash cones, which is an example of recent volcanic eruption. The Movie Ghost and the Darkness was shot here.
Dinner and overnight at Rhino Valley lodge

Day 7: Tsavo West National Park – Watamu
An early morning ‘Spice’ game drive permits further exploration of this great Park. The Park has large number of birds estimated to be over 500 species. After breakfast depart for Watamu. Drop off at your hotel.