We will pick you up at 8.00 am and drive via Chyulu hills to Tsavo West National Park to arrive for lunch and proceeding for your afternoon game viewing drive. While in the Park, you will have a chance of visiting the famous Mzima Springs (The source of drinking water for Mombasa)
Return for dinner and overnight at a NGULIA SAFARI CAMP.
After a pre-breakfast game drive, chancing to see what you might have not seen the previous Days. Depart for Tsavo East National Park for your afternoon game drive. The Park is renowned for its large numbers of Elephants and the famous Man Eating Lions (during the building of the Kenya/Uganda Railway in 1890). Return for dinner and overnight at a ZOMENI LION HILL SAFARI CAMP .
After your breakfast depart for Amboseli National Park with lunch en-route. Arrive for an afternoon en-route game drive. There are swamps and springs fed by underground rivers from the melting snows of Mt. Kilimanjaro, which give permanent water to the wildlife. The animals seen here include lion, elephant, cheetah, buffalo, plains game and the rare Taita weaver and the gerenuk.Dinner and overnight is at a KIMANA SAFARI CAMP
After breakfast, proceed on a game drive in this Park, which lies in a dried-up lakebed. The animals are mainly found around the Ol Kenya Swamp. If the weather is clear and there is no low cloud cover, you may see the Peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro, which forms a beautiful backdrop to the Park. The Observation Hill offers a view of the entire Park and beyond. An afternoon game drive will follow after lunch. Optional: Masai village nature walk. Return to theKIMANA SAFARI CAMP for dinner and over night.
After breakfast, proceed for your special visit to the Mau Mau Caves at the foot of the Mountain (where Kenyan Freedom Fighters could hide from the British Troops during the struggle for Independence). Break for lunch and thereafter depart for Samburu Game Reserve via the Thompson Falls, which are named after Joseph Thompson, one of the first European explorers who walked from Mombasa to Lake Victoria in the 1880's. Dinner and overnight is at a Campsite.
Morning and afternoon game-viewing sessions tracking the rare, drought resistant animals species which can only be seen north of the equator; the reticulated giraffe, grevy's zebra, the gerenuk or giraffe-gazelle, beisa oryx and the blue-shanked Somali ostrich. The Ewaso Nyiro River with source at the Aberdare Ranges traverses this Park. There are therefore very high chances of spotting crocodile in its natural environment though the water level varies seasonally. You will have a lunch and leisure break in the mid afternoon. Rest of meals and overnight is at samburu sopa.
After a pre-breakfast game drive, depart Samburu for Lake Nakuru National Park, lunch enroute, with scenic views of the busy farms. Arrive for a short enroute game drive to a Campsite for dinner and overnight.
After breakfast proceed for a game drive in the Park. The lake, one of a chain of 8 Rift Valley lakes lies in this volcano-strewn Valley, which stretches through the length of Kenya from Tanzania and Ethiopia. The Park which is 188 square kilometres is an abode of various water birds that breed in the lake's salty water including flamingos, white pelicans and marabou stork; white rhino may be seen as well as the rare Rothschild’s giraffe, cape buffalo and other plains game. Later proceed to the Masai Mara Game Reserve.. Arrive in time for lunch and an afternoon game drive in this pristine, unequalled 'big game country'. Return to the Campsite for dinner and overnight.
This will be a Day of tracking game with your guide, after an early breakfast. The Mara's landscape is scenic savannah grassland on rolling hills, which enables the Reserve to attract sufficient rainfall to maintain and support a large population of herbivores, together with the predators that follow. Elephant, lion and buffalo can be seen with relative ease though luck is a necessary factor for spotting rhino and leopard that completes the big five as the two animals are very timid and sparsely numbered. Plains game like wildebeest, zebra and Masai giraffe abound as well as hippos and a wide variety of antelopes including impala, dik dik, hartebeest and both the Grant’s and Thompson’s gazelles among others. We will cater for a picnic lunch at the Hippo Pool. In the evening, return to the Campsite for dinner and overnight.
After breakfast, another morning of tracking game with your guide in this Reserve which borders Tanzania's Serengeti National Park and is the annual seasonal scene of the migration of close to 800,000 zebra and wildebeest that occurs between the two Parks. Break for lunch. In the afternoon there is a choice between a game drive and a nature walk escorted by armed Masai guides. At an extra cost you may visit a local Masai village to see their nomadic lifestyle; the Masai are famous for their bravery, as they have co-existed with the animals over the years. All meals and overnight are at the Campsite.
Today we will wake up for a pre-breakfast game drive as you watch the sunrise. Leave Masai Mara with a morning game drive enroute for Nairobi with lunch enroute. Arrive in Nairobi early in the evening.