This African safari tour is designed with your comfort in mind. Delightful hotels, stunning views, comfortable beds, and top-class transport will add to your adventure, ensuring that you see the majesty of the Serengeti in the comfort and happiness.
Accommodation options have been selected to match every budget for African safari. You’ll be taken on your Kenyan safari in a specialised safari van with a pop-up roof and be expertly guided with a personal, English-speaking guide to make sure that you understand everything that you see.
The animals you have the chance to see are the reason you’re on safari, and the Masai Mara and Amboseli offer you the big five:
And many more to fulfil your dreams. As well as viewing the stunning landscapes from the ground, you will be given the chance take a balloon safari with a champagne breakfast so as to experience a new and vibrant perspective over the grasslands of Africa.
This Tour Price is Based on a Per Person Sharing, in a Pop Up Safari Van and in a Double/ Twin Room/ Tent.
July 01- October 31 | Dec 23 – Jan 2
Jan 02- March 31 | April 19- April 22
Jun 01- June 30 | Nov 01- Dec 22
April 01- May 31
|1 people||US$ 6750||US$ 5925||US$ 5785|
|2 people||US$ 5105||US$ 4715||US$ 4595|
|4 people||US$ 4640||US$ 4255||US$ 3885|
|6 people||US$ 4490||US$ 4105||US$ 3735|
Day 1 Nairobi to Olpejeta Conservancy (208 kms – 3 to 4 hours)
You will be collected from your accommodation or residence in Nairobi, read to be driven to the famous Ol Pejeta Conservancy. A former cattle ranch, it’s now a sanctuary for some of the few remaining black rhinos in the world, seeking shelter from those who wish to hunt them for their horns.
The only chimpanzee population in Kenya resides in the Jane Goodall Chimpanzee sanctuary. Here, you can come face to face with our closest cousins and witness the great conservation work undertaken at the park.
The park is filled with plenty of other wildlife, and you will have chance to spend time driving around the park in your vehicle to see the animals in their natural habitat, up here on the Laikipia Plateau. After you’ve sated your appetite for natural beauty, you will overnight at your camp or lodge, where dinner is served.
Included in your first day of your African safari is:
Day 2 Full Day in Ol Pejeta Conservancy
After breakfast has been served at your accommodation, you have a second day to explore the wonder of the work done at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Outside of the Kenyan National Park system yet internationally recognised for its conservation efforts, the last two northern white rhinos in the world are currently housed here.
Your game drive through the park will give you plenty of opportunity to see the big five of African safari, along with other rare and endangered species, such as:
As well as the more common animals of the savannas of Kenya.
Lunch will be served picnic style within the park to allow you to cover as much ground as possible, and spot as many animals as you can. Afternoon game drives will take you further through the park and on your voyage of discovery.
The evening will see you return to your camp or lodge, where you can rest, relax, and take your evening meal. The second day of your African safari includes:
Day 3 Ol Pejeta Conservancy – flight to Masai Mara by Plane (431 km – 1 hour)
From Ol Pejeta, you’ll drive to Nanyuki airstrip where you will take a domestic flight to Masai Mara. Upon landing, you’ll be greeted by your African safari guide who will take you through the Masai Mara on a game drive before arriving at your selected accommodation.
After some time to settle, you can eat lunch at your camp or lodge. In the afternoon, your guide will confirm the following day’s itinerary and give you the opportunity to add any optional extras to your Kenyan safari.
Dinner will be served at the camp or lodge you’ve chosen, followed by your first night sleeping in Masai Mara.
Day 4 Full Day in Masai Mara Game Reserve
Following breakfast, you will spend the whole day ranging through the plains of the Masai Mara with your personal Kenyan safari tour guide. Visiting between July and October mean you will be on hand to witness the migrations these grasslands are so famous for.
Along with the big five of African safari, you will also be able to see:
And many more species that make the Serengeti their home. Your guide will be able to help you identify the animals that you discover – with more than 3 million living in the Masai Mara, you will see plenty of wonderful beasts.
Included in this day of your Kenyan safari is:
Day 5 Full Day in Masai Mara Game Reserve
The day starts with a game drive to the internationally famous Leopard Gorge, as featured in the BBC documentary series Big Cat Diaries. This is a day to drink in the wonders and beauty of the Masai Mara, with time to relax and take in the Masai Mara from the comfort of your accommodation and its facilities. Spa treatments are an optional extra available at most accommodation options, could there be a more perfect setting to have a relaxing massage, surrounded by the wonders of Mother Nature?
Visiting a Masai village is another optional extra; a chance to explore the culture of these warriors who have a deep and symbiotic relationship with the lands and animals of the Masai Mara. You’ll be greeted with traditional song and dance and invited to explore a home in the village to further your understanding of their traditions. This activity has an extra fee of $20 per person.
Included in this day of your African safari is:
Day 6 Masai Mara flight to Nairobi, drive to Amboseli (250 km – 5 to 6 hours)
If you choose to take flights, rather than drive to the next destination, optional extra activities can be arranged for this morning of your African safari, including:
Or, indeed, further spa treatments to round off your safari stay inside the Masai Mara.
Whether you opt for flights, or a drive through the countryside of Kenya and the Great African Rift Valley, you will arrive at Amboseli National Park. Lunch will be served during your travels, and once you arrive at your chosen accommodation option within Amboseli, your dinner will be served.
Included in this day of your Kenyan safari is:
Day 7 Full Day in Amboseli National Park
The landscape of Amboseli is dominated by the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. An early start will allow you to see the summit before the clouds roll in for the day, and you will be under the watchful backdrop of the world’s highest freestanding mountain for the day.
The savanna rolls behind the horizon and is dotted with herds of gazelle, buffalo, zebra, and more as well as big cats like lions and leopards that your wildlife safari guide will expertly track and identify with you.
Lunch is served picnic style so you don’t miss a moment in this most epic of African safari landscapes. With millions of mammals, and hundred of bird species making the Amboseli home, you’re sure to see the animals you adore, as well as have the chance to fall in love with ones you never new existed.
Your evening is spent once again in your camp or lodge, where dinner is served on your final night on safari. Included in this day of your trip is:
Day 8 Amboseli National Park to Nairobi (250 kms – 4 to 5 hours)
A final breakfast is served at your lodge or camp before one last game drive through the morning activity of Amboseli. The drive will take you out of the park and through the countryside of Kenya – homesteads and small towns line the roads and you have chance to see a slice of rural Africa as your safari swansong.
Upon arrival in Nairobi, you can choose a hotel, residence, or airport drop-off depending on your forward journey plans.
Included in the last day of your luxury Kenyan safari is:
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