7 Days Kenya & Tanzania wildlife Safari takes you the amazing national parks in two magnificent East Africa countries. During this one-week excursion, you will visit Lake Nakuru National Park, which is home to flamingos, Masai Mara National Reserve, which is the best savanna park in East Africa and famous for the annual wildebeest migration, and Serengeti National Park for an exhilarating wildlife safari. You will see a variety of wildlife species; including primates, mammals, birds, butterflies, and the stunning vegetation cover without forgetting the water bodies.
Lake Nakuru National Park is located in the southwestern part of Kenya, northwest of Nairobi. The national park spans 73 square miles of land. The flamingos and other diverse wildlife are celebrated at this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lake Nakuru National Park is one of Kenya’s best national parks due to the presence of Lake Nakuru, a soda lake in the Rift Valley. The park has three main entrances, and once you enter, you can see a variety of wildlife, especially the flamingos that turn Lake Lool pink.
Masai Mara National Reserve is located in Narok County, the south western part of Kenya in the northern region of the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem, which includes the game reserve. Serengeti National Park is located in the south of the reserve, and Masai pastoral ranches are located in its east and west. The Masai game reserve occupies a 1510 sq. km area and is noted for its open grasslands, which are primarily made up of grass that is resistant to fire, such as the red oat grass that is widespread throughout the reserve.
Serengeti national park is situated on the Serengeti Plain in north-central Tanzania. It is Tanzania’s oldest national park, and it is what brings the majority of visitors to the country. It is situated partially next to the Kenyan border and northwest of the neighboring Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It is the only place in Africa where enormous land-animal migrations still take place, and is best known for its vast herds of plains animals, including zebras, gazelles, and wildebeests. The park was listed as a global tourist destination on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1981.
When you arrive, a representative from our company will be waiting to pick you up from a hotel in Nairobi at the Jomo Kenyatta international airport and drive you to Lake Nakuru National Park, one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya. After you arrive at the park, you will check into your reserved lodge, eat lunch, and then spend the afternoon on an exciting game drive where you will get a closer look at various wildlife species, including grazing mammals like buffalo, giraffes, antelopes, rhinos, and more. Lake Nakuru is one of the lakes with soda water, making it a good place to watch flamingo birds. You also have the golden opportunity to see a large population of flamingos along the lake shore. The game drive will continue into the evening, during which time you may see hunters and various nocturnal mammal species emerging from their dens in search of food. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
Start your day with a cup of coffee, check out of the hotel, and meet your safari driver to travel from Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara National Reserve. The reserve is Kenya’s most popular tourist destination, especially during the annual wildebeest migration, which draws large crowds of visitors to witness the majestic struggle of mammals as they cross the crocodile-infested Mara River on their way from Serengeti National Park, where breeding takes place. The Masai Mara national reserve is the epitome of untouched nature, with lush greenery and a huge population of wildlife that gives the entire game reserve a magical feel. After checking in at your lodge and eating lunch, go straight back into the Masai Mara wilderness to spend the rest of the afternoon on an adventure in search of the big 5 African game, which include lions, elephants, giraffes, rhinos, and buffaloes. Proceeding with the game drive till evening will open up the closed doors as you get an opportunity of spotting leopard and other nocturnal wildlife returning for night food hunt. Later in the evening return to your lodge for dinner and the night.
On this day, rise early for breakfast before meeting your safari driver to spend the day exploring Masai Mara and all of its attractions. To increase sightings, you can choose to take a picnic lunch or return to the lodge for lunch before going on an afternoon and evening game drive. The Masai Mara is home to a wide variety of wildlife species, including the Big 5 (Rhinos, Elephants, Lions, Buffaloes, and leopards), as well as many other mammals like Wildebeests, Zebras, Elands, Impalas, and Kob, as well as numerous species of birds, butterflies, and more. If you’re lucky, you’ll get to see the annual wildebeest migration, which is always visible. You’ll be taken back to your lodge for dinner and the night later in the evening.
This morning, wake up to a leisurely breakfast before checking out of your hotel with a packed lunch and meeting your safari driver for a drive from the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. As soon as you arrive at the border crossing, the management will clear you to cross into Tanzania, where you’ll check into your reserved lodge in the Serengeti National Park, eat dinner, and spend the night.
Since you have enough time in the Serengeti national park’s wilderness, this day will take you on an unforgettable experience as you participate in various park activities, primarily game drives, visits to the Hippo Pool, and hot air balloon rides. If you visit during the annual migration, by the end of this day you will have seen the big 5 game as well as other exciting wildlife in the Serengeti without forgetting to take in a glimpse of the great migration.
Wake up at your leisure and have a lovely breakfast before going for your second game drive in the famous Serengeti national park. On this game drive you will explore various wildlife animals which you never spotted on the previous day. After the game drive you will go back to your lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
The final day of your seven-day Kenya and Tanzania wildlife safari begins with breakfast, followed by checking out of the lodge and meeting your safari driver to begin the journey from the Serengeti National Park to Arusha in Tanzania. Depending on your travel Schedule, you will then be dropped off either at a hotel of your choice or directly at the airport for your flight back home or to the next location.
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