14 Days Best Of Kenya Safari
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Tsavo, Amboseli, Mara Safari.
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The Great Wildebeest Migration at Masai Mara.
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Amboseli, Mt kenya, Samburu.

12 days12 Days Amboseli,Mount Kenya,Samburu,Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara Safari

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12 Days Amboseli,Mount Kenya,Samburu ,Nakuru and Masai Mara Game Reserves.

This affordable 12 days Kenya Safari will take you to Amboseli,Mount Kenya,Samburu,Nakuru and Mara Safari and is one of the best  Kenya safaris taking you to the best Natonal Reserves in Kenya.

AAS 15 Kenya Safaris -12 Days Amboseli,Mount Kenya,Samburu,Nakuru,Naivasha,Mara
Tour Highlights :

  • Amboseli National Park
  • Mount Kenya National Park
  • Samburu Game Reserve
  • Ol Pejeta Conservancy- Sweetwaters
  • Lake Nakuru National Park
  • Lake Naivasha
  • Masai Mara Game Reserve

Day to Day Safari itinerary
Day 1: Nairobi
Arrive JKIA.You will be met by Accord African Safaris Representative.Meet and Greet.Pick up and transfer to Sarova Panafric for Overnight stay.
On Bed & Breakfast.

Day 2 : Amboseli National Park (Backdrop of Mt Kilimanjaro)
After Breakfast we begin our safari with a drive to Amboseli National Park, upon arrival enjoy leisurely lunch. In the afternoon we set out on game drive in search of the park's famous elephant herds as well as abundant plains game.
Dinner and Overnight at Amboseli Sopa Lodge or similar.

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Day 3: Amboseli National Park
Early morning game drive then breakfast at the lodge. With Mount Kilimanjaro providing a splendid backdrop for all our photographs, we spend the next day on morning and afternoon game drives, watching for zebra and wildebeest along the salt pan trail.
Dinner and Overnight at Amboseli Sopa Lodge or similar.

Day 4: Mount Kenya National Park- Tree Hotel on the slopes Kenya’s highest Mountain
Breakfast at the lodge.We embark on a safari to Mount Kenya National Park with an enroute Game Drive.We continue with our safari through Central Kenya.Lunch at Serena Mountain Lodge.Dinner and Overnight at Serena Mountain Lodge.

Day 05 – Mount Kenya - Samburu Game Reserve
Driving north we pass Mount Kenya, Africa's second highest mountain at 17,000 feet (5,199 meters). The massive size of this mountain and its gleaming and eroded snow-covered multiple peaks means that Mount Kenya dominates the surrounding countryside and even affects the local climate. This is also the traditional homeland of the Kikuyu people, the largest of Kenya's 40 recognized tribes. The Kikuyu believe that their god, Ngai, lives on Mount Kenya and so they build their homes with the doors facing towards the mountain, to welcome their god in. We cross the Equator again into the northern hemisphere on our way to Samburu Game Reserve in a semi-desert area of Kenya. Samburu is located on the Ewaso Nyiro River. In this dry land the forested riverbanks are excellent areas to see wildlife, as all animals congregate here to drink, especially at dusk and early in the morning. This afternoon we take a game drive in the park. First of 2 nights in Samburu Sopa Lodge. Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Day 06 - Samburu Game Reserve
Breakfast at the Lodge.Full day Game drive with picnic Lunch. Samburu Game Reserve, which covers 40 square miles (104 square kilometers). Ololokwe Table Mountain forms a dramatic backdrop to our game viewing today. In Samburu we are sure to see elephants, warthogs and buffalo, which can be seen in many of Kenya's parks, but we should also see animals not found in other areas. These include the Grevy's Zebra, which has much narrower and more numerous stripes than the common (Burch ell's) zebra.. Samburu is also home to the third of Kenya's giraffe species - the Reticulated Giraffe. This is also our best chance to see the blue-legged Somali Ostrich , the long-necked Gerenuk gazelle and the straight-horned Beisa Oryx antelope. Down by the river we hope to see crocodiles and hippos, as well as many beautiful birds. Second of 2 nights in Samburu Sopa Lodge.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.

Day 07 - Samburu – Ol Pejeta Conservancy (Chimpanzee Sanctuary)
We drive back south from Samburu to the Equator and the slopes of Mount Kenya. Although situated on the Equator, Mount Kenya is permanently covered in glaciers and snow. Here we stay at the Sweet waters Game Reserve. This very special 23,000 acre wildlife sanctuary was originally established to protect and breed highly-endangered Black Rhinos. In 1994 the Jane Goodall Institute established the Sweet waters Chimpanzee Sanctuary within the game reserve and moved a large group of chimps here from the unstable situation in their native West Africa. This afternoon we have a game drive in the reserve and tour the Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Overnight at Sweet waters Camp. Optional Camel Ride or a Night Game Drive. Breakfast & Dinner.

Day 08 - Sweet waters - Rift Valley Lakes (Lake Nakuru)
This morning we drive across the equator and descend the Nyandarua Escarpment into the Great Rift Valley and visit Thomson Falls. The Valley floor in Kenya is studded with volcanoes and seven lakes. These lakes fluctuate greatly in size according to the quality of the rains during the monsoons each year, sometimes drying up altogether. Arrive in time for lunch at Flamingo Hill Tented Camp.This afternoon we take a game drive in Lake Nakuru National Park often described as the world's biggest ornithological spectacle. This lake is famous for its flocks of over one million Greater and Lesser Flamingoes. The abundance of these birds is due to the alkaline mineral salts in the water, which support vast blooms of the blue-green algae and diatoms on which the flamingoes feed. As well as seeing many large game animals such as zebras, elephants and gazelles, this is one of our best chances of seeing rhinos. These highly endangered animals are the second largest land animals in the world. Lake Nakuru National Park was the first place in Kenya selected as a rhino reserve. Here is one of the few places where we can see Rothschild's giraffes. Dinner and Overnight at Flamingo Hill Tented Camp.

Day 09-Lake Naivasha
Early Morning Game drive at Lake Nakuru National Park.Breakfast. We depart for Lake Naivasha Lunch at Naivasha Sopa Lodge.(Afternoon Optional Boatride with a visit to crescent Island).
Dinner and overnight at Naivasha Sopa Lodge.

Day 10 - Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara
Breakfast at the Lodge. We leave for the Masai Mara located further south into the Great Rift Valley. The Valley floor in Kenya is studded with volcanoes and seven lakes. These lakes fluctuate greatly in size according to the quality of the rains during the monsoons each year, sometimes drying up altogether. Driving south along the Great Rift Valley we come to Lake Naivasha. Even though this lake is on the floor of the Valley, it is still situated at about 6,200 feet (1,890 meters) above sea level. Naivasha presents a mystery - even though the lake has no apparent outflows, its waters are fresh. The other lakes of the Valley also have only way of losing water, by evaporation, but they are very alkaline. Because it is one of the largest sources of fresh water in Kenya, Lake Naivasha attracts a huge variety of birds in large numbers. It is a bird-watchers' paradise. (Optional Boatride at Lake Naivasha).Lunch at Naivasha Sopa.We proceed with our safari to Masai Mara arriving with an enroute Game drive at Mara Sopa Lodge.Dinner and Overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge.

Day 11 - Masai Mara Game Reserve
Early Morning Breakfast.Full Day Game drive with Picnic Lunch.The vast, open grasslands of the Serengeti-Mara are home to over 3 million large mammals. These include over 1.4 million wildebeest, which migrate in an enormous, straggling herd each year between the southern part of the Serengeti to the northern part and back again. With them move other herbivores such as gazelles and zebra, also looking for the best grass. Along the way they provide food for big predators such as lions, leopards and cheetahs. Here we learn about and see first hand the intricate web of dependency that binds the different species together. Each animal has adapted to its own niche and to the other animals that surround it. Here we see Nature at its most subtle and, sometimes, most cruel as each animal struggles to survive and reproduce.In the Masai Mara we have a very good chance of seeing all the major Plains animals including lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, rhino, hyena,

Day 12 - Drive Back To Nairobi and Depart
After breakfast, say 'Kwaheri' - a Swahili word for bye to Masai Mara and leisurely drive back to Nairobi, arriving at around mid-day and in time for lunch.Lunch is own arrangement on this day.Later we transfer you to the airport for your home bound/ departure flight having seen Kenya probably for the first time! This marks the end of your Kenya Safari Adventure.
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