This thrilling 14-day Kenya safari explores the diverse wildlife and natural landscapes of this magnificent East African country. Your journey begins in the stunning Samburu National Reserve, where you’ll witness herds of elephants, cheetahs, lions, and other animals in their natural habitats.
Next, you’ll visit the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, which is home to Kenya’s largest population of endangered black rhinos and rescued chimpanzees. You’ll also have the chance to see the majestic Mount Kenya and take a boat ride on the beautiful Lake Naivasha.
At Lake Nakuru National Park, watch in awe as flocks of flamingos turn the lake pink, while the Aberdares offer thrilling encounters with leopards, elephants, lions, and buffaloes.
Heading to the Masai Mara, you’ll witness one of the world’s most spectacular wildlife migrations with wildebeests and zebras crossing crocodile-infested rivers. You’ll also have a chance to interact with the indigenous Maasai people, learning about their culture and traditions.
Amboseli National Park lies at the foot of Africa’s tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, and offers panoramic views of the mountain from various angles. You’ll have the opportunity to come face to face with elephants, giraffes, zebras, and many other animals in this picturesque location.
Last but not least, you’ll visit the Tsavo National Park, which is one of the largest wildlife reserves in the world. Here, you’ll relish in observing the diverse animal species, including lions, buffaloes, hippos, and crocodiles.
This thrilling safari takes you not only through Kenya’s most stunning parks but on an unforgettable journey that truly highlights the power of nature and the beauty of this country.
Early morning after your breakfast, our guide/driver will pick you up from your booked Hotel in Nairobi for pre safari briefing shortly after which we transfer to Samburu National Reserve travelling towards Northern Kenya. Enjoy a scenic drive through Nairobi suburbs and Mount Kenya ranges to arrive at our booked Lodge. We check in, relax then have a tasteful lunch before head out for our first game drive in Samburu National Reserve.
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We enjoy this full day of wild game viewing in the wilderness of Samburu National Reserve. We wake up very early to look out for early risers. This morning game drive comes with an option to have a picnic breakfast served in a bush setting or return to Lodge for breakfast and lunch then later head back for the evening game drive. The ecology of Samburu Kenya is defined by the contrasting habitats of riverine forest along the Ewaso Nyiro and austere acacia scrub and rocky slopes extending outward from it.
We explore the two major reserves in Samburu comprising of Samburu Buffalo Springs and Shaba National Reserve that offer the best chance of sighting leopard in Kenya, and lion, elephant and buffalo are also quite common. The main attraction, however, is a host of drycountry specials absent or rare in most other East African parks. Among there are mammals, such as Beisa oryx and gerenuk, and a long list of birds of which the cobalt-chested vulturine guinea fowl is the most spectacular After collecting full day unforgettable memories, we will return to Accommodation for dinner and overnight stay Meal
Early morning after your breakfast, we depart Samburu National Reserve for the neighboring Ol Pejeta Conservancy. We arrive at our booked accommodation, check, relax then have a tasteful lunch before head out for our first game drive.
Ol Pejeta is Situated on the equator west of Nanyuki, between the foothills of the Aberdares and Mount Kenya, Africa’s second tallest mountain. We spend this evening exploring the Ol Pejeta reserve, going on a game drive and visiting its world-renowned rhino sanctuary before retiring at our accommodation for dinner and overnight stay
Wake up early to catch the sunrise over the conservancy. Head out for a morning game drive and keep a lookout for animals like lions, elephants, giraffes and rhinos. Enjoy breakfast served at the camp or in the bush while taking in the stunning views of Mount Kenya to mark the end of our morning adventure.
This Afternoon is meant for yet another game drive but open to a number of otional activities in Ol Pejeta. The Conservancy offers a variety of other optional wildlife activities to include;
Early morning after your breakfast, we will hit the road with an en route game drive departing Ol Pejeta for Aberdare National Park. We travel into the hilly highlands of Kenya, to the High Aberdare Mountain Ranges. Our booked Lodge, The Ark Tree Lodge is an abnormal structure, comprising of numerous levels with viewing decks and a cover up for observing wildlife at the waterhole and saltlick that the lodge faces.
Reminiscent of the scriptural Noah’s Ark, the lodge is set in the midst of trees in Aberdare National Park. Dinner and game viewing will be at the floodlit watering gap, from the look-outs at the lodge
This day begins with warming cup of coffee as you observe wildlife at The Ark before picking up our gear and jumping into our pop-up roof 4×4 safari Land Cruiser. We continue our drive down to a lowerlying region of the Great Rift Valley to arrive to Lake Nakuru National Park just in time for lunch. Enjoy a typical African crusine meal at our booked Lodge shortly after which we embark on an evening game drive in the Park.
Expect to see various birdlife, particularly flamingos, and other wild life species. Common sightings include; hippos, rhinos, monkeys, buffalos, zebras and giraffes, among others. Returning from our evening experience in Lake Nakuru National Reserve, we are welcomed to dinner and Later have our night sleep
Early morning after your breakfast, we say goodbye to Lake Nakuru to embark on a drive to Masai Mara National Reserve. Enjoy yet another scenic drive through the scenic views of the Great Rift Valley before arriving to booked accommodation in Masai Mara National Reserve to check in just in time for lunch and relaxation at camp. We later head out for an evening game drive.
The Masai Mara is Kenya’s most celebrated wildlife reserve, and arguably its best. The park is dominated by open grassland, interspersed with rocky hills, acacia woodland, and riparian forest. Mara Mara is rewarding not just for predators such as lion, leopard and cheetah but for spotted hyena, bat-eared fox, and blackbacked jackal as well. Elephant and buffalo are common, and a number of black rhinos still survive. Other ungulates include impala, eland, and reedbuck.
A checklist of 450-plus birds includes raptors and ground birds such as ostrich and ground hornbill. At sun dawn we take advantage of the photographic moment then return to accommodation for dinner and overnight stay
The next 2 days are spent game viewing in Kenya’s leading Masai Mara National Reserve. We will embark on two game drives; in the morning game drive and the Evening game drive with an option to carry picnic breakfast to spend the entire morning out in the wild or return to accommodation for breakfast and lunch shortly after which we head back to search for the big five and other wildlife species to include: Masai giraffe, baboons, warthogs, Wildebeest, buffaloes, zebras, jackals, spotted hyenas, topi, impala, Hartebeests, nat eared foxes, the crocodiles and hippopotamus of the Mara and Talek Rivers.
We will have this full day to track the resident wildlife in Masai Mara National Reserve. After the thrilling day of magnificent game viewing in Masai Mara National Reserve, we retire at our accommodation for dinner and overnight stay
This is yet another full day experience in the Mara, early morning after your warming breakfast; we will embark on another series of game drives in other conservancies of Maasai Mara. It is guaranteed that wherever you go in the Mara, there is a different scenery and abundant wildlife to include the Masai giraffe, baboons, topis, Zebras, Wildebeest, nat eared foxes, grey jackals, spotted hyenas, hartebeests, buffaloes, hippopotamus, crocodiles, cheetahs, the big five and so much more.
After the thrilling day of game viewing in Masai Mara National Reserve, we head back to accommodation for dinner and overnight stay
We enjoy one last morning game drive in Masai Mara enroute to the airstrip for our flight to Amboseli National Park. Upon arrival, we shall be picked up from airstrip by our guide to transfer to our booked Lodge just in time for lunch then relax after which we head out for our first evening game drive in Amboseli National Park. We enjoy the evening game drive to later return to lodge for dinner and overnight stay
Today we enjoy a full day game viewing experience in Amboseli National Park. Amboseli covers lush grasslands fed by the melting snow of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. Standing at 5896m above sea level the snow-topped mountain forms the backdrop to game viewing. Amboseli National Park hosts some of Kenya’s largest elephant herds and is famous for its big elephant bulls with their impressive tusks. The Game Park also contains huge populations of buffalos, zebras, wildebeests, giraffes, hippos and various antelope species, such as impala. Amboseli Park is also home to lions, leopards, cheetahs, rhinos, jackals, warthogs and various other wildlife and bird species. After the full day of game viewing, we head back to accommodation for dinner and overnight stay
Today we take on en route wildlife drives as we depart Amboseli National Park to transfer to Tsavo East National Park. We wake up early with morning breakfast to checkout our accommodation then embark on a drive Tsavo. We will arrive to Tsavo East at noon to check in our booked accommodation for lunch and relaxation after which we head out for our evening game drive in Tsavo East National Park.
Tsavo East National Park stands out as the largest of Kenya’s national parks, covering 13,747 sq km (5,307 sq miles) of semi arid scrubland cut into two unequal parts by the perennial flow of the palm-fringed Galana river. Tsavo is a vast tract of African wilderness, notable for its overwhelming sense of space, but also for the wildlife that concentrates along the Galana and Voi rivers, wildlife includes; Kenya’s largest elephant population and plenty of lions as well, although the latter tend to lack the long manes of their Masai Mara counterparts. Cheetah, gerenuk, oryx and hirola among other wildlife species. After a rewarding full day of game drives, we will retire at our Lodge for dinner and overnight stay.
The day starts with an early morning wake-up call and breakfast at the lodge in Tsavo East National Park. We head out for a morning game drive, with the aim of spotting as many animals as possible before the sun gets too hot. After a few hours in the park, the we head towards Tsavo West National Park, with a stopover at the Mzima Springs to take a walk and view the crystal-clear springs and underwater life, including hippos and crocodiles. Midday is spent at the lodge in the park, relaxing and enjoying lunch.
In the afternoon, the game drive continues, exploring the diverse landscapes of Tsavo West National Park, including the volcanic hills, lava flows, and sweeping savannahs. Highlights of this park include the famous Mzima Springs, Shetani Lava Flow, and Chaimu Crater. As the sun sets, we drive back to the lodge o.
This morning we enjoy breakfast and yet another morning game drive to later check out our accommodation. We have lunch at noon then trace our route back to Nairobi. Upon arrival to Nairobi, you will be dropped off at your booked accommodation in Nairobi. This will mark the end of our 11 Day