6 days Kenya Safari


This 6 day Kenya game safari is designed for individuals who want to see wildlife in Kenya. One will be able to visit Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, and Masai Mara National Park while on a 6-day safari in Kenya. You will be able to participate in cultural encounters, game drives, and bird watching. Kenya safaris are the ultimate dream destination for many people who want to experience the splendor that Kenya has to offer. Kenya is endowed with numerous attractions, including national parks and reserves, mountains, forests, lakes, and a long stretch of coastline with numerous beaches and stunning marine characteristics that have drawn a large number of foreign and domestic visitors. Visiting the Masai Mara National Reserve, which is famed for the great wildebeest migration, a popular event in which many wildebeest travel from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara Park.

Start the wild journey with this 6 days Kenya Safari to the renowned parks. Your tour will be an exhilarating encounter with nature at its best, taking you from Amboseli National Park, where elephant herds wander and graze, to Lake Naivasha, a freshwater lake located in the Great Rift Valley. Enjoy the vast savannah grasslands of Maasai Mara, which provide unrivaled opportunities to see wildlife. Finally, awe at Lake Nakuru, a haven for birdwatchers!

This popular 6 days Kenya Safari was designed to increase the chances of seeing big cats like the lion, leopard, and cheetah. You get to view a lot of other species along the journey, and Amboseli is renowned for its sizable elephant populations. Amboseli is the most picturesque of the three places, being “in the shadow” of the majestic Kilimanjaro.

Below is a typical safari itinerary. Keep in mind that rates vary based on the month or time of year you travel, with peak season being from July to October and low season from April to mid-June.

Tour highlights

  • Pick up from Airport/Hotel in Nairobi and transfer to Amboseli National park.
  • Full day Amboseli National Park.
  • Transfer to Lake Nakuru National Park
  • Morning game drive and transfer to Masai Mara National Park
  • Full day Masai Mara National Park
  • Departure for Nairobi

    Price Includes:

    • Airport transfers
    • Park entry fees
    • Services of an English speaking driver
    • Bottled drinking water
    • Full board accommodation
    • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle

    Price Excludes:

    • International flights
    • Visa and Air tickets
    • Domestic flights
    • Tip to the guide
    • Personal expenses like laundry, beer, and wine

Itinary in details

On this day, you will be met by your safari guide at the Nairobi Hotel/Airport and driven to Amboseli National Park. After lunch, they take you on a game drive in the late afternoon. There are many photo opportunities and viewing opportunities along the route.

We get up early this morning to get beautiful views of Mount Kilimanjaro before clouds cover the peak, and then we leave for a game drive. Amboseli is a great location to see a wide variety of species, including wildebeest, giraffes, and baboons.

After breakfast, you will depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. We make a detour at a classy restaurant for lunch before making it to the park in time for an afternoon game drive. Buffalo, rhinos, giraffes, zebras, antelope, and the lions that hunt them can all be found here, along with huge groups of flamingos gathered close to the lake shore. In addition to having the highest number of flamingos in the world, Lake Nakuru is also home to over three hundred different kinds of birds. Both the Black and White Rhinos find refuge there. Zebras, waterbucks, buffaloes, and warthogs are also abundant.

After breakfast, you will go on a morning game drive before departing for Masai Mara Game Reserve. Occasionally, as you go through Masai territory, you’ll come across Masai shepherds coexisting peacefully with the local fauna and their sheep. It is scheduled to go on another game run in these enormous rolling grasslands after lunch at your lodge. With its rolling grasslands lined with acacia trees and expansive plains teeming with wildlife, this is the Old Africa of the history. We also stop by a Masai hamlet during our stay to see the singing and dance that are an integral part of their daily routines and holy rites.

Today you will go on morning and afternoon game drives in this lovely park. The annual migration of wildebeests between the months of July and October is what makes the Masai Mara so well-known. In quest of fresher pastures, approximately a million wildebeests travel from Serengeti National Park to the Mara during this season, along with thousands of other herbivores. They are followed by hundreds of lions and hyenas, who prey on the frailer and older animals. Only in the Masai Mara can one find the fabled black mane lion. The vast grasslands are ideal for cheetah hunting.

Today is the last day of your 6-day Kenya safari; you will have a morning game drive before driving to Nairobi to catch your international aircraft out.

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