15 Days Kenya Tanzania Wildlife Safari


With the 15-day safari vacation 15 Days Kenya & Tanzania Combo Safari, you’ll see Nairobi, Kenya, as well as 10 more safari locations in both Kenya and Tanzania. The safari begins and ends in Nairobi Kenya. This safari package will take to amazing destinations in both Kenya and Tanzania and among these includes Samburu national reserve, Lake Natron national park, Lale Naivasha national park, Masa Mara national reserve, Serenge national park, Ngorongoro crater among other destinations.

The two countries are the best African safari destinations, featuring breathtaking scenery and cultural experiences seen nowhere else on the continent. These two East African safari countries, with their numerous wildlife parks, are the ideal places to spend your safari vacation. All of Africa’s “Big Five” are abundantly present in their numerous protected natural areas, reserves, and conservancies. These grasslands, savannahs, and deep woods of Kenya and Tanzania offer adventure seekers countless sorts of animal adventure, from the big cats to the millions of hoofed grazers to every kind of primate.

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Today your safari starts with a pick up from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or from your Nairobi hotel after breakfast. You will receive a 10-minute orientation on the daily safari schedule when you are picked up. You will depart for Samburu National Reserve after making a stopover at the equator. Arrive at your resort in plenty of time for lunch. Then, till sundown, go on an afternoon game drive.

Today you will enjoy two full-day game drives in Samburu National Reserve, one in the morning and one in the evening. Since the park is large enough to allow for additional wildlife viewing, you will depart with your lunch in hand. It differs from Kenya’s more well-known wildlife reserves in that it offers a true wilderness experience and a tranquil ambiance. There is also a wide variety of wildlife, with excellent bird watching. Game watching is made simple by the reserve’s moderate heat and semi-arid environment. Enjoy two days of game viewing in this starkly stunning landscape, where wildlife abounds along the UasoNyiro River, the only source of drinking water for the park.

After breakfast, make a gradual descent via Nyahururu regions while enjoying breathtaking views of Aberdare National Park. You’ll be there in time to check in for lunch. Following your hot buffet lunch, you can explore the beautiful waterfalls that draw a variety of species and offer excellent photo possibilities. Baboons, small animals, and the endangered Columbus monkeys can all be found in safety along a nature route that runs through the canyon and behind the falls.

Today After breakfast, depart for Thomson Falls Lake Nakuru National Park, where you’ll be in time for lunch. Here, flamingos are famous for lining the banks of the lake due to an abundance of algae, and during certain periods of the year, all that can be seen is an astonishing moving mass of pink! Enjoy an afternoon game drive in the hopes of spotting the local rhino and lovely flamingos on the lake.

Get up early today for a game drives that lasts until 8:30 a.m. After breakfast, freshen yourself and check out so you may travel to Lake Naivasha. Then, return to your lodge for a full buffet breakfast. Get to Lake Naivasha in time to check into your camp or resort for lunch. You can take a boat ride and visit the crescent island for an additional fee in the afternoon. As soon as you get to your lodge, you can choose to relax before going for a nature walk and taking in the amenities and bird viewing.

Today For a refreshing lake breeze, get up early. After eating a hearty breakfast, check out and head to the Masai Mara National Reserve. With a stunning view of Mount Longonot, travel across the Great Rift Valley’s floor before stopping in Narok town for a quick fuel break and, if you’d like, to grab some food. After arriving at the Reserve in time for lunch, you will begin your first introductory game drive in the late afternoon. You will follow your driving guide as you look for different animal and bird species until dusk.

Following the looping meanders of the Mara and Talek rivers in Kenya, the Mara reserve is a 1510 km2 area with amazing wide-open landscapes and productive riverine woods. Its allure can be seen at a single glance; it is a typical wide savannah with an abundance of spectacular fauna. The Masai giraffe, baboons, warthogs, bat-eared foxes, grey jackals, spotted hyena, topis, impala, hartebeests, and wildebeest may all be seen frequently everywhere you go in the enormous Masai Mara. Numerous elephants, buffaloes, zebras, and hippos can also be found there. Lions are frequently spotted either relaxing after a substantial meal or scanning the plains for their next prey.

You will check out of the accommodation and head to Serengeti National Park following your early-morning breakfast. Arrive to the Isebania border in time to cross. Enjoy lunch at the border before being transferred by our guide to the customs and immigration office to pass through to the other side of Tanzania. In order to continue with your safari to Serengeti National Park in a 4×4 Land Cruiser, our Company agency guide on the Tanzanian side will be waiting to pick you up. After a late afternoon arrival, you will take a game drive across Serengeti National Park before arriving at your lodge or camp in time for dinner and the night.

Have breakfast and leave for a full-day game drive carrying your lunch with you afterward. You will be astounded by the variety of wild game that the Serengeti has to offer, earning it the title of largest wildlife refuge in the world. After dinner, head back to the lodge to spend the night. With more than 500 bird species identified, Serengeti National Park offers stunning vistas of the boundless grasslands. The big seven—the lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, cheetah, rhinoceros, and African hunting dog—live in the park. Serengeti national park covers an area of 14,763 square miles 5,700 square kilometers, extending northward to Kenya and westward to Lake Victoria. The Serengeti is home to the greatest number of large mammals on the planet, including 2,500 lions, the most number ever recorded. The park also features over 518 bird species that have been identified, some of which are migrating Eurasians that are there from October to April throughout the European winter.

Enjoy your last morning breakfast at Serengeti National Park today. Refresh and leave the lodge so you may go to Ngorongoro Crater. You’ll reach Ngorongoro Crater in time for lunch at your camp or resort. After lunch, go on a game drive in the afternoon across these varied terrains, which include meadows, lakes, and marshes in addition to deep mountain forests and woodlands. Zebras, wildebeests, elands, Grant’s and Thompson’s gazelles are the most frequently encountered species among the vast herds of ungulates that cover the crater floor. But the “big five” also reside in the crater, where elephants, lions, and buffalo are frequently sighted. In the box is also the nearly extinct black rhino, and sightings of it are likewise not uncommon. While cheetahs are harder to notice, serval cats like spotted hyenas, jackals, and other similar species are frequently sighted.

On this day, as you get ready to head to Lake Manyara, you’ll have an early breakfast with a fantastic view of the Ngorongoro crater. You will leave for Lake Manyara after breakfast in order to get there in time for lunch at your lodge. You will go on a game drive in the afternoon after lunch till late at night.

Today we leave for Tarangire National Park immediately after an early breakfast. The national park was created in 1970 from a former colonial hunting area. Its size, about equivalent to Luxembourg, contributes to its wide range of animal species. The park is home to numerous other wild creatures in addition to having one of the greatest populations of elephants in northern Tanzania. You might be fortunate enough to see lions, cheetahs, or leopards. The national park was created in 1970 from a former colonial hunting area. Its size, about equivalent to Luxembourg, contributes to its wide range of animal species. The park is home to numerous other wild creatures in addition to having one of the greatest populations of elephants in northern Tanzania. You might be fortunate enough to see lions, cheetahs, or leopards.

Today leave with picnic lunch boxes for the Namanga border after breakfast at the resort. After completing immigration and customs requirements, join our Kenya tour driver and travel to Amboseli. On the way, you’ll eat lunch. You will take a game drive after getting to the park. Watch out for enormous elephant herds, lions, leopards, gazelles, wild dogs, and the breathtaking vista of Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Today you will get up at 0630am, eat a hearty breakfast, and then embark on a full-day wildlife drive against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro. Due to its peace and views of Mount Kilimanjaro at sunrise and sunset, Amboseli Park has grown to be one of the most popular parks in Kenya. The big cats and herds of African elephants can both be seen here. Spend the entire day discovering this incredible Kenya pride, then head back to the resort in the late afternoon for dinner and the night.

Enjoy breakfast at the resort before leaving with a packed lunch for Nairobi. You will reach Nairobi in time for check-in at your hotel or for departure from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to your home country.

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