During this 9-day Kenya wildlife Safari, guests will visit the Amboseli National Park, which is known for its large herds of elephants and a clear view of Mt. Kilimanjaro. After Amboseli, guests will drive to the Olpajeta Conservancy to see the only two remaining Northern White Rhinos in the world as well as the Big Five. Guests will then travel to Lake Naivasha, famous for its famous Hippo Boat Ride and Crescent Island Tour, before arriving in the world-famous Masai Mara to stay at the Serena Lodge. Come explore Africa with us. Amboseli National Park is situated in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya’s Loitoktok District. Amboseli has an unending underground water supply that is filtered through thousands of feet of volcanic rock from Kilimanjaro’s ice cap and flows into two clear water springs in the center of the park. It is renowned for its sizable elephant herds and views of Tanzania’s enormous Mount Kilimanjaro. Panoramas of the peak, the park’s plains, and its swamps can be seen from Observation Hill. Giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, and hundreds of different bird species are among the diverse wildlife. Large Lake Amboseli, which is dry outside of the rainy season, is the focal point of the western region.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 364-square-kilometer wildlife preserve located between the foothills of Mount Kenya and the Aberdares. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy has over 10000 large mammals and is the only park where the big five and chimps can be seen. It also has Africa’s fastest growing rhino population. There are southern white rhino, about 80 endangered black rhino, and two of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino in a special sanctuary. Masai Mara National Reserve is a protected savannah wilderness region in southwest Kenya near the Tanzanian border. There are lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras, and hippos among its wildlife. During their yearly migration, wildebeest pass through its plains. The Mara and Talek rivers cross the grassy plains and undulating hills that make up the landscape. There are many Masai villages (enkangs) in the surrounding area.
On this day, upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be greeted by our company driver guide, who will brief you on your safari and introduce you to your driver guide. Then you’ll drive to Amboseli National Park. The Amboseli National Park eco-system, which is mostly savannah grassland, stretches across the Kenya-Tanzania border. The park is well-known for being the best place in Africa to get up close and personal with over 1600 free-roaming elephants and other wildlife species. Meeting Masai people and taking in a breathtaking view of Mount Kilimanjaro are just two of the park’s other attractions. Additionally, you’ll get the best photos of the distinctive African sunrise and sunset. You’ll get to Amboseli National Park in time for lunch. Arrive at your lodge and eat a hot lunch. You will leave the lodge for an afternoon game drive after a little relaxation. You will start seeing the animals at the gate. You’ll head back to the lodge following the game drive. Prepare yourself for a hot dinner and overnight stay before leaving.
You have two options to choose from on this day. You can choose to go on a morning game drive, come back for breakfast, change, and then spend the remainder of the morning at your leisure, swimming in the pool or simply unwinding. After eating lunch, go on your evening game drive. Lastly, head back to the lodge for dinner and to spend the night. or You could eat breakfast early and leave for a full-day game drive with a packed lunch. After dinner, head back to the lodge to retire for the evening.
Following breakfast, you’ll drive to Olpajeta Conservancy and check out. Olpajeta Conservancy is praised for housing the world’s only two endangered northern white rhinos. It also houses Sweetwater’s Chimpanzee Sanctuary, the only facility of its kind in Kenya, for chimpanzees that have be Amazing wildlife and breathtaking views from the open floor plans will make your safari experience one you won’t soon forget. En abandoned, orphaned, or rescued. It is also the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa. You will arrive at Olpajeta Conservancy for lunch. Check in at the Lodge. Later that afternoon, you will go on a game drive in the Conservancy. Later, you’ll return to the camp for dinner and an overnight stay.
Breakfast at your lodge, then depart with a packed lunch for a full-day game drive at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, where you will have the opportunity to see the BIG FIVE animals as well as many other animal species, including many black rhinos, bird life, and wild dogs. You will go see the two last northern white rhinos on earth. Both Najin and Fatu are female. Fatu’s mother is Najin. Sad extinction may actually become a reality. Later, in the evening, you’ll head back to the camp for a hearty meal while listening to some South African music. Spend the night at the campsite.
You will depart the Olpajeta conservancy and travel to Lake Naivasha after breakfast. You will reach your lodge in time for lunch. Register and eat lunch. After lunch, you will shower and unwind a little while taking in the property. After that, you’ll depart the lodge for a trip on a hippo boat with one of our renowned, knowledgeable, and native captains. The captains are extremely knowledgeable about the local wildlife and birdlife. The Crescent Island Game Sanctuary, “Naivasha’s best-kept secret,” is where you’ll go on a walking safari later. It is well-known for its solitude, fresh air, bird watching, and walking and hiking safaris. Since it is a peninsula, the only way to get there right now is by boat from the East or Westside. Numerous birds, including pelicans, cormorants, and fish eagles with their eerie cries, can be found along the shores. Compared to other Kenyan parks, this one has more animals per acre. You will drive back to the lodge for dinner and the night after this lovely adventure.
After breakfast, you check out and depart for the Masai Mara, one of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife reserves. This is the park where you can see the “Big 5” and the Great Wildebeest Migration. You’ll get to Masai Mara in time for lunch. Arrive and eat lunch at the opulent Lodge. You will settle in after lunch, get ready, and depart for a nighttime game drive. Later in the evening, you’ll come back for dinner and your overnight stays.
After breakfast in the morning, leave the lodge with a packed lunch in order to go on a full-day game drive in the Mara National Reserve in search of the Big 5 and other creatures. If your safari is between July and October, you will have the opportunity to see the yearly wildebeest migration, which is considered to be the seventh wonder of the world, especially as they cross the crocodile-infested River Mara. After dinner, you’ll return to the lodge to spend the night.
Take a game drive in the morning. After returning for breakfast and freshening up, reenter the park. After lunch, spend the afternoon however you like – perhaps going for a swim in the pool! In the evening, take a second game drive to look for more animals. After dinner and your overnight stay, come back. After that, you’ll take an optional Masai village tour as you make your way to the lodge for lunch before going on an afternoon game drive.
You will depart the park with game drives after breakfast and travel back to Nairobi.
You will stop at the Great Rift Valley viewpoint along the way for a panoramic view. All of the valley’s top attractions are visible. The valley is home to numerous wildlife havens and stunning lakes and escarpments, including Mount Longonot, Lake Naivasha, Elementaita, and Nakuru. Additionally, you will have the chance to visit Curio stores and participate in a photo shoot here. Continually checking your flight schedule, you will travel on to Nairobi where you will spend the day engaging in optional activities.
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