This 9-day Kenya safari is intended for folks who are interested in wildlife, particularly the big five and cats. This magnificent Safari takes visit to number of top Kenya safari destinations among these includes Amboseli National Park which is famously known for harboring a large held of elephants and it is also a perfect destination for viewing mount Kilimanjaro the Africa’s highest peak, Aberdare national park also known for its large number of elephants, Samburu National Park which is famous for having many rare animal species, including the Grevy Zebra, Somali Ostrich, Reticulated Giraffe, Gerenuk, and Beisa Oryx , Lake Nakuru National Park which is most well-known for the flocks of up to 2 million greater and lesser flamingos that breed on its coastlines and finally the Masai Mara national reserve which famously known for the highest concentration of wild animals in the world. During your 9 Days Kenya Safari you will encounter with numerous wildlife like Lions, buffaloes, leopards, Zebra, giraffes, impalas, elephants among others.
Upon arrival, your guide will meet you at the airport and transport you to Amboseli National Park. Depending on what time you leave Nairobi, you might eat lunch along the way or at the lodge, and then go on a game drive in the Amboseli National Reserve in the evening. The park is well-known for its large game and natural magnificence, with Mt. Kilimanjaro dominating the landscape. It stands out due to its dry and dusty look, which can be linked to the volcanic ash that spewed from Mt Kilimanjaro when it last erupted.
Spend a second day in the park taking morning and evening drives to watch the wildlife. The zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, impala, caracal and several cat, lion, leopard, cheetah, and buffalo are among the animals that may be found in this area. Additionally, there are more than 400 different bird species, including the pygmy falcon, African fish eagle, bee-eater, kingfisher, and martial eagle. Amboseli is a good location for travelers to observe large herds of elephants. Some of Kenya’s largest tusks are seen on male elephants. Excellent views of Mount Kilimanjaro and Meru are also available to visitors.
Today, you’ll drive to Aberdare National Park, have lunch along the way, and then go on a game drive in the late afternoon. The park is home to different wildlife animals elephants, black rhinos, leopards, spotted hyenas, olive baboons, black and white colobus monkeys, buffalos, warthogs, and bushbucks, among other animals.
Today you will have breakfast and then go on a morning game drive to see the early risers and the animals you missed on the previous drive. After that, you will move to Samburu, have lunch en route, and arrive in the park later for an evening game drive.
Today, you will have a morning game drive to see numerous wildlife animals. Samburu national reserve is renowned for its richness of rare northern specialist species such the Grevy Zebra, Somali Ostrich, Reticulated Giraffe, Gerenuk, and the Beisa Oryx (also known as Samburu Special), as well as its popularity with at least 900 elephants.
Today, take an early breakfast before departing Samburu National Park through Nyahururu waterfalls to Nakuru Town. Enjoy lunch before setting out for a game drive at Lake Nakuru in the afternoon. Lake Nakuru National Park is Kenya’s most visited park. It is located 160km hours from Nairobi. Lake Nakuru, which was formerly used only as a bird refuge, is now the greatest spot in Kenya to witness the critically endangered black and white rhino. Rhinoceros, lions, leopards, flamingos, Egyptian geese, waterbuck, giraffes, hyenas, buffalo, baboons, vervet monkeys, and gazelles are just a few of the numerous animals that may be seen in the park.
After breakfast at the hotel, check out and depart for the Masai Mara. Along the road, you’ll pass Lake Elementaita, Lake Naivasha, and Mt. Longonot. Lunch will be served to you at Narok Town. Go to the national reserve, check in, and then go on a game drive there for at least three hours in the afternoon. This game drive will last until dusk.
Today you will go on a full-day game drive in this magnificent reserve. The Masai Mara is often recognized as Kenya’s crown jewel for wildlife watching. The area is notable for the yearly wildebeest migration, often known as The Great Migration, which involves about 1.5 million animals arriving in July and exiting in November. Nowhere in Africa has more wildlife than the Mara national reserve, and as a result, visitors are nearly guaranteed to witness the Big Five (buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion, and rhino).
You will go on a morning game drive before being driven to Nairobi for your international flight back home.
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