Kenya Tanzania and Uganda Safari that takes you to the best of East Africa National Parks and reserves. We shall visit Amboseli National Park, that offers the greatest views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Rift Valley Lakes i.e L. Nakuru, Maasai Mara, where the wildebeest migration takes, places, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Bwindi Forest and Gorilla Trekking Safari.
|High Season||Mid Season||Low Season|
|2 people||US$ 6,950||US$ 6,550||US$ 5,950|
|4 people||US$ 6,650||US$ 6,250||US$ 5,650|
|6 people||US$ 6,550||US$ 6,150||US$ 5,550|
4 x 4 Land Cruiser/ Jeep Supplement
2 people in private jeep: Cost per person: US $ 180
4 people in private jeep: Cost per person: US $ 90
6 people in private jeep: Cost per person: US $ 60
All rates are in US Dollars per person
Children between 12 – 18 years will pay 75% of the adult rates
Children between 3 – 12 years will pay 50% of the adult rate
Children Below 3 years is FREE
Kindly request rates for 1 person, in own room or travelling alone!
High Season: July 01- October 31 | Dec 23 – Jan 2
Mid-Season: Jan 02- March 31 | April 18- Apri 21 | Jun 16- June 31 | Nov 01- Dec 22
Low Season: April 01- June 15
Arrive and Transfer to Hotel hotel.
Once you are settled in, you may select an optional activity or simply relax at the hotel following your flight. You may decide to participate in Some of the possible optional activities include: Bomas of Kenya, National Archives, Tour of Downtown Nairobi, National Museum, or Langata Giraffe Center.
Day 1: Nairobi – Maasai Mara Game Reserve
This morning we pick up clients from their hotel and we depart from Nairobi at 8.30 am, and drive through the view point of the Great Rift Valley to the Maasai Mara National Reserve. This enormous reserve is actually part of the vast Serengeti plains famously known for its spectacular great wildebeest’s migration and is home of the Big Five: Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino. Lunch at Rhino Tourist Camp and relax before departing for the afternoon game drive. The Mara Game Reserve one of the greatest wildernesses of the world. Large mammals are varied, and easy to see. The wild animals found in the Park’s are: Masai Giraffe, Buffalo, Eland and thousands of plain game including Impala, Zebra, both Thomson’s and grants Gazelles.
Day 2: Full day exploring Maasai Mara Game Reserve
Full day spent for viewing the great predators and explore the parks amazingly high concentration of wild animals. On the plains are enormous herds of grazing animals plus the elusive Cheetah and leopard hiding amidst acacia boughs. During the stay we also have an optional opportunity to visit a village of the Maasai people to witness the singing and dancing that are part of their daily lives and sacred rituals. A glimpse into their homes and social structure is a poignant experience. Dinner and overnight at Rhino Tourist Camp www.rhinotouristcamp.com/ or similar.
Day 3: Maasai Mara and drive to Lake Nakuru
Early morning game drive. Then return to the camp for the breakfast and depart for Lake Nakuru National park located in the Great Rift Valley. After lunch an exciting game drive until 6.30 in the evening. The Park is a home to stunning flocks of lesser and Greater Flamingos, which literally turn the lakeshores in to a magnificent pink stretch. The bird life here is world renown and over 400 birds’s species exist here, White Pelicans, Plovers, Egrets and Marabou Stork. It is also one of the very few places in Africa to see the White and Black Rhino and rare Rothschild Giraffe.
Day 4: Lake Nakuru – Amboseli
After breakfast, proceed for a game drive in the Rhino sanctuary (Lake Nakuru NP) which is home to a colony of about 25 white and black Rhinos. Predators are also resident in the Park. later leave Nakuru for Amboseli arriving late in the evening.
Day 5: Full Day exploring Amboseli National Park
Rising early for good views of Mount Kilimanjaro before clouds build up over the summit, we set off for another extensive game drive. Amboseli is an excellent place to view a multitude of wildlife, including everything from Wildebeest, Giraffes, Baboons. Optional visit to a Masai village is 3 3 planned after breakfast. Maasai warriors are famously known as the proud nomadic tribe whose legendary prowess in battle and single-handed acts of bravery in fights with the wild animals are known across the world. A visit reveals the singing and dancing that are part of their daily lives and sacred rituals. A glimpse into their homes and social structure is a poignant experience.
Day 6: Amboseli NP – Namanga Baorder – Serengeti NP
Wake up at 06:00 am and after a cup of coffee, proceed for an early morning game drive before breaking camp and at 09:00 am return to the camp for full breakfast, after which we depart by road to Namanga Boarder. On arrival transfer go through the immigration, before we proceed to Serengeti. 12h30: Lunch at a picnic site on the way Access Serengeti from Ikoma gate and embark on a game drive en-route
Day 7: Serengeti National park (Full days)
These day will be best planned between the clients and their safari guide-either choosing to embark on a full day game drives half day or evening game in the plains of Serengeti 12h30: Lunches at a picnic site/lodge. Afternoon game drive in the park/leisure at the lodge/camp
Serengeti National Park is an immense park and with its unsurpassed concentrations of wildlife and its vast endless grasslands offers the finest game viewing anywhere in Africa. The Serengeti ecosystem is one of the oldest on earth and the annual wildlife migration, largest mass movement of land mammals on planet earth, is perhaps what makes it famous. Over a million wildebeest and zebras flow south from the northern hills to the southern plains for the short rains every October and November, and then go west and north after the long rains in April, May and June. Serengeti, characterized by the endless plains, acacia trees and punctuated by large stone kopjes presents an archetypal picture of a wild and remote Africa and supports an amazingly large number of wildlife. Animals present include lions, elephants, giraffes, gazelles, monkeys, eland, zebras, wildebeests, leopards, cheetahs, Serengeti’s essential features of climate, flora and fauna have barely changed in the past million years.
Day 8: Serengeti/Optional Olduvai Gorge & Maasai village/Ngorongoro
Early morning breakfast then depart for Ngorongoro conservancy with packed lunch. Game drive en-route with optional visits to Olduvai Gorge-an important archaeological site for Dr. Leakey’s 12h30: Lunch at a picnic site in the park Afternoon game drive en-route to the lodge
Day 9: Ngorongoro crater (Full Day)
Breakfast at the lodge then with packed lunch depart for Ngorongoro crater. Descend into the crater floor for an extensive tour of this natural zoo, where animal drama never ends 12h30: Lunch at a picnic site in the crater Afternoon game drive in the crater later ascend the crater en-route to the lodge.
Area: 8,300 square kilometers / 5,175 square Miles This area covers the world’s largest unbroken caldera namely Ngorongoro crater and the Olduvai Gorge, where Dr. Louis Leaky discovered the origin of early man by unearthing jaws of the Zinjanthropus man. This protected area also includes huge expanses of highlands plains and volcanoes, scrub bush, and forests where the indigenous pastoralists – Maasai people are allowed to live within its boundaries. The Ngorongoro Crater is a world heritage site and the world’s largest unbroken volcanic caldera which is often referred to as the 8th wonder of the world. The crater is 610 meters deep and 260km2. Breathtaking views of scenery and game can be witnessed from both the crater rim and within the crater floor. It is estimated that over 25,000 larger mammals, mainly Zebra and Wildebeest, exist within the crater itself. Others include Elephant, Warthog, Impala and Buffalo. A Rhino sighting is a rare possibility but Ngorongoro is your best chance in Tanzania to see the endangered black rhino. Flamingoes and over 100 species of water birds are found at the soda lake on the crater floor.
Day 10: Ngorongoro to Tarangire National Park
Wake up early morning for breakfast then at 0730 hours drive to Ngorongoro Crater where you will descend into the Crater floor (19.2 km of diameter, 610 m deep, 304 sq km) for game drives. All the Big five Rhino Lion, Leopard, Buffalo and Elephant live in this wonderful caldera, others are Zebra, Hippo, Wildebeest, Hyena and more…Birds includes flamingos on the Soda lake, Geese, Storks, Vultures and more.. Break for lunch at Ngoitoktok spring Picnic sites it will be an unforgettable experience. Ngorongoro Crater is often called ‘Africa’s Eden’, the ‘8th Natural Wonder of the World’. A massive extinct volcano, its towering tree lined walls drop thousands of feet to a “Noah’s Ark” of animals on the verdant floor below. This breathtaking oasis provides a haven for both predator and prey to live among grasslands, fresh springs and the large soda lake. 5 5 Large herds of zebra, buffalo, antelope and wildebeest graze nearby while sleeping lions laze in the sun. At dawn, the endangered black rhino returns to the thick cover of the crater forests after grazing on dew-laden grass in the morning mist. Nowhere else can such a diversity in wildlife be experienced in such a short period of time. After Lunch drive to Tarangire national park. The park is home to over 500 bird species and various animals which live in the acacia and mixed woodland vegetation, baobab trees and old palm, black cotton grass Baobab trees, dense bush and high grasses. On arrival you will go for a game drive where you will spot animals like the wildebeest, elephants, zebras, and hartebeest, giraffes, Impala, Eland, lesser kudu, waterbuck, gazelle rhinos, leopards, giant pythons, Thompson’s gazelle, greater and lesser kudu, cheetah, oryx and generuk, tree climbing lions, birds like Kori bustard, stocking-thighed ostrich, ground hornbills, colourful yellow-collared lovebird, drabber rufous-tailed weaver ,ashy starling ,dwarf mongoose, and pairs of red-and-yellow barbet may be spotted too.
Day 11: Tarangire National Park / Arusha – JRO (120km – 2 hours)
Breakfast at 0700 am. Drive with your Lunch Packed into Tarangire National Park (2,850 sq km or 1,005 sq mile’s) for the morning game drives. The Park is, a home to Lion, Leopard, Elephant, buffalo, Python, Zebra, Oryx, Impala and more… Over 450 species of birds have been observed. It’s the greatest concentration of wildlife outside the Serengeti ecosystem – a smorgasbord for predators – and the one place in Tanzania where dry-country antelope such as the stately fringeeared Oryx and peculiar long-necked gerenuk are regularly observed. The swamps, tinged green year round, are the focus for 550 bird varieties, the most breeding species in one habitat anywhere in the world. On drier ground you find the Kori bustard, the heaviest flying bird; the stocking-thigh ostrich, the world’s largest bird; and small parties of ground hornbills blustering like turkeys. More ardent bird-lovers might keep an eye open for screeching flocks of the dazzlingly colorful yellow-collared lovebird, and the somewhat drabber Rufus-tailed weaver and ashy starling – all endemic to the dry savannah.
At 10:00 am transfer to Arusha airport for departure flight to Entebbe – Kampala.
Day 12: Kampala – Bwindi Gorilla Forest
Depart from Kampala by road and head south-West to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. You will have a short stop at the Equator an informative talk as well as a photographic opportunity. We will continue to Mbarara where were we will stop for lunch. Your drive will take you through Uganda rolling green hills through the highlands, also known as the ‘Switzerland of Uganda’. Your road will then head even higher to where you can see the triangular peaks of the Virunga volcanoes of Rwanda and the Congo. We then drop down into a valley, to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, home of the mountain gorilla. Tonight you will sleep to the sounds of the mountain rain forest.
Day 13: Mountain Gorilla Tracking in Bwindi
Up relatively early for a hearty breakfast to give you the energy needed for gorilla tracking. Before 8:00 am report to the ranger station for registration and a talk by one of the rangers; the guides will then take you through the bush pushing your way through the undergrowth, parting thick creepers, to track the gorillas. (This trek can take from half an hour to 5 hours – a reasonable degree of fitness is required as well as a sturdy pair of walking shoes) Sit in the forest among the gorillas, listening to them grumble to each other, and marvel at the sheer size of the dominant male; the silverback. It is an extraordinary feeling sitting in the dense rainforest knowing you are with a few of the last remaining mountain gorillas. It’s amazing to think there are only about 650 of these beautiful creatures left! If you have the energy this afternoon, take a guided walk on the Munyaga River trail, which is an ideal short walk. This trail leads to three delightful crystal clear waterfalls, and there is a profusion of tree ferns, epithytic ferns, orchids and Bwindi’s colorful array of butterflies. Here you may also see birds and primates from the forest edge. If you have the afternoon free, how about a guided village walk – see how the Ugandans live!
Day 14: Entebbe to Nairobi.
After breakfast you will be transferred to Entebbe where you will catch your flight to Nairobi. Upon arrival you will be picked for your flight back home.