is a fascinating journey through three magnificent parks in Kenya, including Masai Mara National Reserve, the most stunning savanna park in the country, Lake Nakuru national park a place with a lot of birdlife and Amboseli National Park, which is home to a herd of elephants. This safari is a 6-day, 5-night trip that begins and ends in Nairobi, Kenya. Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most well-known wildlife conservation areas in the entire nation. The Masai Mara is the fourth most visited national park in the world and one of the Seven Wonders of the World. It is the most popular tourist destination in Kenya and is home to many different mammals, including buffalo, crocodiles, elephants, giraffes, hippos, hyenas, jackals, leopards, lions, and rhinoceroses. It is also home to wild dogs, wildebeest, and zebras. It is most famously known for the great wildebeest migration.
Lake Nakuru national park a paradise for Kenyan wildlife and birds is located in the Nakuru district, which is about 164 kilometers from Nairobi, at the bottom of the Great Rift Valley sitting on an 188 square kilometer piece of land, two hours’ drive from Nairobi city. The name of the park is derived from Lake Nakuru, a soda lake that was later designated as a national park in 1961.
Amboseli National Park is one of Kenya’s premier national parks, along with Lake Nakuru and the Masai Mara National Reserve. Due to the park’s large population of elephants, it is known as the home of the African elephant. The local Masai word Amboseli, which means “salty dust,” is how the park got its name. The red soil in Amboseli National Park gets dustier in the dry season and muddy in the rainy season.
Depending on where you are staying in Nairobi, the day will begin with a pick-up from the hotel or airport, and then you’ll be driven to the Masai Mara National Reserve through Kenya’s rift valley, where you’ll stop to see these magnificent animals and learn about how they came to be. Continue straight ahead to Narok Town, where you can stop for lunch en route, and then continue to the park, where you’ll arrive in the late afternoon. Set out on a game drive in the afternoon after checking into your lodge.
Today, after breakfast, pack your lunchbox and get ready for a full day of exploring the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya’s beautiful savanna. The Masai Mara National Reserve is the best place to go in Kenya if you want to see a wide variety of wildlife, including mammals, birds, and the entire park’s flora, among other things. You may be fortunate enough to witness the Wildebeests’ yearly migration between Masai Mara and Serengeti National Park (Tanzania).
Go on an exciting early-morning game drive through the Masai Mara plains, return to your lodge for breakfast, and then check out to begin another amazing day. On this day, you’ll visit the local Masai people in their Manyatta homes. After finishing the tour, head to Narok for lunch before continuing on to Lake Nakuru National Park. When you get to the park, check into your lodging, and then go for a game drive in the late afternoon to see some of the wildlife that lives there. Return to your lodge for dinner and a night’s rest later in the evening.
On this day, take a morning game drive in the Lake Nakuru national park after breakfast for a chance to see a variety of wildlife. After the game drive, head back to your lodge for lunch before leaving the park and traveling to Amboseli National Park. Once there, you’ll arrive in the late evening and can then check into your lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.
Today, after breakfast, get ready for an all-day game drive in the Amboseli National Park’s wilderness where you can see a herd of elephants grazing freely as well as other par dwellers like lions, rhinos, buffaloes, leopards, and cheetahs. After eating lunch at the lodge, you’ll go on another game drive until late in the evening before returning to the lodge for dinner and the night.
Being the last day of your 6-day Masai Mara, Nakuru, and Amboseli Wildlife Safari, you will start the day with breakfast and then head into the park to see the nocturnal mammals, hunters, and other wildlife that make this place exciting. You will then leave Amboseli National Park and head back to Nairobi, stopping for lunch along the way, before being dropped off at the place you had set as your drop-off location.
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