General

Day 1: Arrive At The Jkia Airport – Nairobi Hotel

Upon arrival at the Airport you will be met by our Travel representative, and then be transferred to your hotel in the city.

Overnight at Sarova Panafric Hotel.

 

Day 2: Nairobi – Ol Pejeta Conservancy

After breakfast you will check out and drive to Ol Pejeta via the central highlands of Kenya where you will pass through tea, coffee and pineapples plantations. You will arrive in time for lunch at Sweetwaters tented Camp. Ol Pejeta is East Africa’s Largest Black Rhino Sanctuary, the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees and holds some of the highest predator densities in Kenya.

Later in the after noon you will go for a game drive in the conservancy.

Dinner and Overnight at Sweetwaters Tented Camp

 

Day 3: Full Day At Ol Pejeta Conservancy

You will enjoy your breakfast and later visits the chimpanzee sanctuarythe only place in Kenya where this highly endangered and remarkably intelligent species can be seen. You will then visit the black Rhino Sanctuary and later return to the tented camp for lunch.After lunch you will relax at the camp before your afternoon game drive.

Dinner and Overnight at Sweetwaters Tented Camp

 

Day 4: Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Aberdare National Park

After breakfast you start off on an  Aberdares safari. Upon arrival at the Outspan hotel you will check in and then enjoy lunch at the hotel before you are transferred to the lodge for an overnight. Outspan Hotel is the base hotel for Treetops Lodge. After lunch the tour leaves for the tree hotel where the evening is spent watching succession of animals that emerge from the forest and descend on floodlit water hole and salt lick, scuffling and jostling for a good vantage position. At night if you want to remain awake and watch the show, the Elephants may engage in a show of strength with each other but even they would be reluctant to challenge the rhino. The herbivores keep their distance from these two competitors.

Dinner and overnight at Treetops Lodge

 

Day 5: Aberdare – Lake Bogoria National Reserve

After breakfast you will be transferred to the hotel where you will meet your driver then drive to Lake Bogoria. You will arrive at Lake Bogoria Spa in time for lunch, enjoy your lunch and late relax at the resort with an option of swimming in their natural hot water pool which is a unique one. It is also believed to have curing power as it is natural, this will be your home for one night which will give you enough time to explore the area. J.W Gregory a geologist and explorer, who travelled on foot from Mombasa, first set his eyes on Lake Bogoria in1892 and described the scenes as ‘the most beautiful view in Africa.’ The lake is set at the bottom of a trough at the base of Ngendele escarpment. Hot water geysers and fearsome fumaroles are found on the western shoreline evidencing the turmoil below. Game is in plenty and this is one of the few Kenya safari experiences where visitors can see and photograph Greater Kudu. Later you will go for a game viewing and to see the geysers at the lake.

Dinner Overnight at Lake Bogoria Spa Resort

 

Day 6: Lake Bogoria – Lake Nakuru National Park

Enjoy your breakfast at the spa then set off for a Lake Nakuru National Park Safari.

Upon arrival at Lake Nakuru you will check in then relax at Flamingo Hill Camp before you enjoy your lunch. Afternoon will be at leisure, at around 1600hrs you will go for a game drive at the Park.

The Lake Nakuru National Park is world famous for the pink flamingos which number thousands upon thousands. The rare black rhino, the white rhino and many other wild animals can also be found here. There is also a very high chance of seeing the nocturnal and very elusive leopard.

Dinner and Overnight at Flamingo Hill Camp.

 

Day 7: Lake Nakuru – Masai Mara Game Reserve

Enjoy your breakfast at the camp then you will be driven across the vast plains on the floor of the Rift Valley, as you head to Narok town the district headquarters of the Maasai land. You will arrive in time for lunch at the game camp.

Afternoon will be spent at leisure. At around 1600hrs you will enjoy the first game drive at the magnificent reserve. The reserve, gazetted in 1961, is located west of the Rift Valley and is a natural extension of the Serengeti plains, in Tanzania. The Mara River, the reserve’s backbone, traverses north to south heading for its westbound way unto Lake Victoria, through the Tanzanian park. This course is the natural barrier crossed every year by the large migratory herds of wildebeests and zebras which march across the two parks. Dinner and Overnight at Sarova Mara Game Camp

 

Day 8: Full Day At Masai Mara

You will be woken up this morning to a lovely African sunrise and at the lobby coffee, tea and cookies will be ready for you. Drive off to another adventurous safari drive-in search of wild animals. The early mornings and evenings are the best times to watch the big cats hunt – the lion, the cheetah and the leopard. At these times the most glorious sunrise can be observed. Return to the game campfor a full buffet breakfast. Mid morning at leisure.

Balloon safaris, visits to Masai Manyattas and walking safaris can be arranged at an extra cost.

Lunch will be served in the restaurant after which you will have time to rest before the afternoon game drive. Your driver guide will take you for another exciting afternoon safari in search of the “big five” the lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and the buffalo. After the game drive you will be driven back to the game camp. Dinner and Overnight at Sarova Mara Game Camp

 

Day 9: Masai Mara – Lake Naivasha

After breakfast you will drive to Lake Naivasha and arrive in time for lunch, after lunch you will spend the afternoon at leisure with optional activities at an extra cost.

Lake Naivasha is the highest of the Rift Valley Lakes and also the larger of the only two fresh water lakes; it lies about 1880 m. This lake is also a birdwatchers fantancy. There are over 450 Species in the immediate area including the highland escarpments which surround the Lake to the south and west. The surrounding landscape is also host to a variety of game including giraffe, buffalo, the elusive black faced Columbus monkey and in the lake itself, schools of hippos that can also be seen grazing. Activities that can be arranged include horse-riding, bird watching, fishing, water sports, cycling, boat riding and nature trails. Dinner and Overnight at Naivasha Sopa Lodge

 

Day 10: Lake Naivasha – Nairobi – Depart

After Breakfast depart for Nairobi.

On arrival at Nairobi you will have lunch on your own arrangement before being transferred to the Jomo Kenyatta international airport for your home bound flight.

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