The focus is on wildlife and the big herds, visiting three of Kenya's most renowned game viewing areas: Masai mara, Lake Nakuru and Amboseli. This journey truly brings us into contact with the heart and soul of Kenya. Amboseli National Park - Home of the Giant Elephants, sits on the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Lake Nakuru National Park has the endangered Rothschild Giraffe and Rhinos, world famous masai mara the finest game reserve in Kenya, home to an astonishing number and variety of animals.
At guest hotel
You begin your magical holiday as you board your flight to Kenya, the Heart of an African Safari, This is the reason why you come to Africa, charge your cameras, grab your binoculars as your eagle –eyed driver guide will be quick to spot the wildlife for briefing then drive to Amboseli national park passing through the Athi Plains where formerly the Burchells zebra, the Masai giraffe and smaller herbivores roamed about freely. With human encroachment the wildlife is confined to game parks arrive in time for Lunch and afternoon game drive. There is an advantage to this because one has to drive inside a park to be rewarded with the sight of many different species of animals. Amboseli National Park is reached in the afternoon, for lunch; embark on an afternoon game viewing in the park at the foot of Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro (19,340 ft). In the late afternoon one is likely to see a lion or cheetah make a kill. Ideal photography opportunities with Mount Kilimanjaro highest mountain in Africa providing a beautiful back drop. Proceeds to the area of Lake Amboseli, which is a wide salt pan, consisting of permanent swamps. This area has much game, large and small, high concentration of Elephant, rhino, buffalo, Burchell’s zebra, eland, Masai giraffe and small species of the antelope family, the common water buck, klipspringer, Grant’s gazelle, impala, topi, and the . Return back to the camp for Overnight.
The meals are buffet, enjoyed either in the dining or under the shade of indigenous trees. The culinary affair is indeed one to delight the senses
Kibo Safari Camp
Just Outside Amboseli national park Kimana gate
Kibo Safari Camp is a luxury tented camp in Amboseli National Park in Kenya at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. Kibo Safari Camp has 73 self-contained tents for single, double, triple and family accommodation. The beds have been custom designed and locally made using bush logs and will ensure a good night’s sleep! All tents have flush toilets, showers, and wash basins. Facilities includes Lounge & Bar Dining room Swimming Pool Spa/Massage Art Gallery Gift/Souvenir Shop Conference Facilities
After breakfast, check out and drive to Lake Nakuru national park to arrive for lunch and afternoon game drive. An afternoon drive in the park to enjoy the sight of pelicans bathing in the fresh water streams which terminate in Lake Nakuru. Since there is no existing drainage, Lake Nakuru is alkaline, the perfect place for flamingos to feed on the blue-green algae. The greater flamingo attains a height of about 4.26 feet its plumage is almost white with a pale pink, black tipped beak. It is the lesser flamingo that has the more exotic color. About 2.72 ft. in height, with a rosy plumage and dark red, black tipped beak. Lake Nakuru National Park has a great variety of bird life which includes the Egyptian goose and a variety of ducks that come from Europe to winter. This park is truly a bird watchers paradise. The game animals include hippo, waterbuck, gazelles, Colobus monkeys, buffalo, leopard and the Rothschild giraffe. The park is also a sanctuary for the white rhino. This park has an abundance of acacia trees, both yellow barked (fever tree) the umbrella-topped acacia and the candelabra cactus. Return to the camp / Lodge for dinner and Overnight.
Flamingo Hill tented camp
Inside Lake Nakuru national park
The Flamingo Hill Camp is situated within the famous Lake Nakuru National Park, which lies within the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. Approximately 30 minutes by air or 2 hours by road from Nairobi. Nestled between the “honeymoon hills”, and set in beautifully landscaped grounds with natural foliage and a variety of indigenous African plants and flowers, Flamingo Hill Camp provides superb, tented accommodation. Flamingo Hill Camp is an eco-friendly establishment. Part of the money earned from the camp is used for environmental restoration and endangered species.
After breakfast, check out and drive to masai mara via Narok town then enter the Maasai mara road and drive across the plains to the camp. Check in at the lodge for lunch. The meals are buffet, enjoyed either in the dining or under the shade of indigenous trees. The culinary affair is indeed one to delight the senses, have a few minutes relaxing and enjoying the surrounding before you depart for an afternoon game drives in search of the big 5 amongst other wild game.The Reserve forms a northern extension to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Renowned for its magnificent Big Cat population that hunt the wildebeest, zebra and other plains game that dominate the Mara, it has even been nicknamed the Kingdom of the Lions. Finding a pride of lions (there are some 400 lions resident in the reserve and neighbouring conservancies) is normally relatively easy – and high on most visitors’ must-see lists. Leopards are also seen increasingly often, and good sightings of cheetahs can be expected.Other predators regular seen throughout the reserve and conservancies include fascinating spotted hyenas (rarely bothered by human observers and compelling in their social interactions) black-backed and side-striped jackals, and cute pairs of bat-eared foxes. With luck, you may also see a Serval – a lanky, striped and spotted cat of tall grass and bush, adept at catching small mammals and birds. The rarest predator of the Maasai Mara, the wild dog, is a beautiful, nomadic pack animal. At one time almost extinct in the region, one or two packs (and what appear to be smaller scouting parties of two or three individuals) are being seen in many areas, though still not on a regular basis. But they are beginning to den in the region, meaning they’re back to stay. Return to the Lodge for Dinner and Overnight
Sentrim Mara Tented Lodge
Just Outside Masai Mara Game Reserve past the entry gate
Sundowner cocktails on request and at a fee • Bush breakfast / bush lunch and dinner on request and at a fee • Massage / spa services at a fee • Swimming pool • Jacuzzi • Curio shop • Hot air ballon rides at fee • Visit to Maasai villages at a fee • Natural walks, Maasai cultural talks and lectures available on prior request, fee charged • Free maasai dances in the evenings • Picnic lunches / breakfast services offered on order • Private dinners / tent BBQ services offered on order at an extra fee • Pool bar
Spend the whole day in the Masai Mara Game Reserve with both morning and afternoon game drives alternatively a full day game viewing with picnic lunch, Masai Mara Game Reserve offers wonderful scenery and plenty of game. It is perhaps the only region left in Kenya where a visitor may see animals in the same super abundance as existed a century ago. Explore this part of the Northern Serengeti Ecosystem where the great wildebeest migration takes place. The plain is literally covered with these animals. Grunts and other animal sounds are heard, and territorial fights are commonplace. The migration, now declared the Seventh Wonder of the World takes place from end July to September
After breakfast you will take off on your last morning game drive in Masai Mara with the chance to see the “Big 5” possibly on a hunting mission as well as also spot some early risers; later we return back to Nairobi arriving late in the afternoon
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It can be a long, hot day on a Kenya wildlife safari, so wear cool, comfortable clothing and a sunhat. Remember to bring your camera, binoculars, and sunglasses.
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