Tour Description

Amboseli is known as the best place in Africa for getting up close to free-ranging elephants. You’ll hardly fail to see a roaming elephant around due to the large population of elephants in the park! It’s just one of many reasons the park is the second most popular in Kenya after Masai Mara.

Amboseli is also a photographer’s paradise. Those wonderful photos you’ve seen of elephants seemingly posing in front of snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro? They were taken here.

On the other hand, Lake Nakuru National Park is ideal for bird watching, hiking, picnic and game drives. . Visitors can enjoy the wide ecological diversity and varied habitats that range from Lake Nakuru itself to the surrounding escarpment and picturesque ridges.

Masai Mara is a unique wildlife conservation haven, famous for its spectacular natural diversity of wildlife and happens to be a premier Kenya Safari location in East Africa, offering visitors many reasons to visit this animal paradise. Large numbers of Lions, Cheetah, Elephant, Rhino, African Buffalo, Wildebeest, Giraffe, Zebra and many more animals are found in the park in their natural habitat, unconfined and free to roam the vast wilderness stretching for miles on end.

Masai Mara now also comprises a number of conservancies and group ranches bordering the main reserve and is home to some of the most diverse species of African wildlife and is also the site of the annual Wildebeest migration, simply called the ‘Great Migration’. Masai Mara National Park is famous for this migration, when large herds of a million plus wildebeest, zebra and other animals including the Big Cats migrate northwards into the Mara from Serengeti National Park. Their annual trek takes place typically between July to the end of August and involves dangerous crossings through crocodile-infested rivers. 

Tour Itinerary

DAY 1:

06h30: Arrival of your international flight early in the morning into Nairobi. Met by our SAFARI TYPIQUE team outside customs and immigration halls, briefed on your safari, introduced to your driver guide and depart for the Amboseli National Park situated at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro.


15h30: Afternoon game drive in the park that is a combination of scenery and wildlife.

Amboseli is renowned for its elephant populations and large herds, including some impressively tusked bulls which are drawn to a series of large, lush swamplands. This area is home to many Maasai communities, centered around the Amboseli National Park. It is 400 sqkms, with its southern boundary along the Tanzanian border. Here you may have the opportunity to observe herds of wildebeest, zebra and impala graze on the open plains. There are areas of acacia forest that make for good birding and are home to many small mammals. Cheetahs are also often sighted here.

Dinner and overnight at AMBOSELI SERENA SAFARI LODGE.

DAY 2:


Full day spent in Amboseli.
Morning and afternoon game drives with lunch at the lodge or choice of full day game drives with picnic lunches.
Dinner and overnight stay.


DAY 3:

07h30: After breakfast, depart for Nairobi.
13h00: Lunch will be at the Carnivore Restaurant, a chance to taste different types of meat or the Haandi Restaurant for vegetarians.
15h00: Depart for the Great Rift Valley and Lake Nakuru National Park.

Lake Nakuru National Park, the world famous haunt for pink flamingos, is a shallow alkaline lake in Kenya’s Rift Valley and some 62 km2 in extent. The road from Nairobi to Nakuru passes down the Kikuyu escarpment with fine views of the Kedong Valley and Mounts Suswa and Longonot. The landscape is picturesque, areas of sedge, marsh and grasslands alternating with rocky cliffsand outcrop.In late 80’s the park also became Kenya’s first rhino sanctuary and is today home to both the White and Black Rhinos. Lions, leopards, hippos, giraffes, waterbucks are equally at home in this unique park.

Arrival, check-in, dinner and overnight stay at the lodge.


DAY 4:

07h30: Breakfast and depart for a morning game drive in the park and around the lake.
12h00: Lunch at the lodge .
14h00: Depart for the Masai Mara National Reserve.
18h00: Arrival at the camp for check-in, dinner and overnight stay.

Masai Mara offers an absolutely unique variety of animals. The reason is that this hilly region is both humid and fertile, and is crossed by the rivers Mara and Talek, full of crocodiles and hippos, which carry water the whole year round. The banks of the rivers are covered in thick forest, which gradually makes way for bush and grassland. The abundance of water and excellent availability of food are the reasons why the Masai Mara, which in fact is a continuance of the Tanzanian Serengeti National Park, has the greatest population of wild animals in the whole of Africa. There is a particularly dramatic “spectacle” from July to November, the annual migration of huge herds of Gnus and Zebras. Predators such as Hyenas, Jackals, Leopards and Lions of course, closely follow these herds. Gigantic herds of over 200 buffaloes can also be observed. Plenty of food is available for elephants, giraffes, and the many species of antelopes.


DAY 5:

06h30: Early morning rise, tea or coffee then game drive in this reserve that is very rich in wildlife and bird-life.
08h30: Return to the lodge for breakfast.
10h30: Another game drive then return for lunch.
15h00: Last game drive for the day.

Dinner and overnight at the camp.



06h30: Early breakfast and depart for your last game drive.
09h00: Breakfast and check-out. Depart for Nairobi.
Arrival and transferred to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for your international flight out.

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