Nairobi - Lake Nakuru
Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive to the
Great Rift Valley viewing sceneries en-route, arriving to the
‘Pink Lake’ often referred so due to its Great masses of
Flamingos. After lunch proceed for a game drive in the Park with
Nakuru is the perfect place to experience one of the world's
largest ornithological spectacles, the Pink Flamingoes, or a
rich concentration of wildlife including black and white
Columbus monkey and is also a famed Rhino Sanctuary.
Dinner and overnight at Flamingo
Hill Tented Camp.
Day 2: Lake Baringo
After breakfast, depart Lake Nakuru for Lake
Baringo where there are hot Geysers and Flamingos arriving in
time for lunch.
western shores of Lake Bogoria’s is a bed of hot water
geysers or springs and blowholes, which sometimes erupts to
hights between 2.5 to 3 meters (8 to 10 ft) into the air,
and constantly emit a pungent sulfur smell. The water
emitted is at boiling point and dangerously hot. This
geothermal phenomena is intriguing. Wildlife here is rare
lest for the Greater Kudu and Gazelle, Zebra, Baboons. A
great place to take photographs evidencing the turmoil below
the earth’s crust. The attraction of the lake apart from its
scenic magnificence is the opportunity to see tens of
thousands of flamingoes and a multitude of other water
Spend the rest of the day at the
lake with dinner and overnight at Lake Baringo Spa and resort.
Day 3: Lake Naivasha
After breakfast, depart for Lake Naivasha, Check
in at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge on arrival and after lunch, take
an optional boat ride in the lake and get to take a nature walk
and get a chance to take photographs amongst wildlife including
Few lakes have a more commanding or lovely setting than Lake
ornithological paradise and home for hippopotamus, Lake
Naivasha is also a birdwatchers fantasy. it is surrounded by
Mount Longonot, a extinct volcano standing at 2,777 m of
altitude. At Hell´s Gate gorge with its steam jets, and
Fischer's Tower a pinnacle of soaring rock, game abounds and
the rarest of Kenya's birds of prey, the Lammergeyer nest.
There are over 450 species in the immediate area including
the highland escarpments, which surround the lake to the
south and west. Between October and March, migrating bird
species generously supplement the resident bird population.
On Lake Naivasha, pelicans and cormorants are numerically
superior but pride of place must go to the African Fish
Eagle whose haunting call remains as significant to lake
visitors as does the roar of a lion in the parks.
Dinner and overnight at Lake
Naivasha Sopa Resort.
Day 4: Masai Mara Game Reserve
After Breakfast, depart for a scenic drive to the
Masai Mara Game Reserve. This remarkable day takes us to the
land of the Masai, a cattle-herding people still proudly aloof
from western civilization. Our destination, the Masai Mara, is a
magnificent park and home to Kenya's richest concentration of
On morning and afternoon game drives, we view some of Africa's
largest prides of lion, herds of zebra, antelope, buffalo,
wildebeest, giraffe, cheetah and hyena.
On arrival and after lunch, spend the afternoon relaxing before
taking a game drive in this premier park till dusk. Return to
the Keekorok Lodge in the evening for dinner and overnight.
Day 5: Masai Mara Game Reserve
At the break of dawn on this day, you can take an
optional balloon safari over the plains of Masai Mara to enjoy
the vista. On landing you will be treated to a heart full
champagne breakfast in the bush.
Otherwise spend the full day in the park with morning and
evening game drive. Also on this day, take a cultural visit to a
local village to learn about the contemporary Masai Culture.
Dinner and overnight at Keekorok Lodge.
Day 6: Nairobi
Take a pre breakfast game drive and after
breakfast depart for Nairobi arriving at approximately 1500
Rates Based On
Two People Sharing.
Per Person Sharing
Single Room Supplement
01 Apr - 30 June / 01 Nov-20 Dec
01 Jul - 31 Oct/16 Dec - 02 Jan
01 Jan - 31 Mar
Transport in a 4X4 Safari Vehicle with pop up roof for ease
English speaking tour guide who is knowledgeable and conversant
with the flora and fauna of Kenya.
Accommodation as per itinerary
All park entrance fees
All Government taxes and levies
All Meals during the safari
Game drives as per itinerary
Drinks, laundry or items personal in nature,
Balloon Safari @ US$ 430 per person
Medical / Luggage or Personal Insurance,
Any other type of Personal Expenses and Tips to Driver/Guide,
International Air fare