Day 1: Nairobi - Lake Nakuru
Pick up from your respective hotel/Airport in Nairobi and start your journey to Lake Nakuru and drive through tea and coffee plantations along the way.
Game drives en route before checking in at the Lodge or camp for lunch. Afternoon game drive takes you to the lake to view Flamingos and pelicans also spot White/Black Rhinos, Rothschild Giraffe, Waterbucks and other kinds of African wildlife. The Lake Forest attracts a wide variety of birds that is approximated to be about 400 species. Dinner and over night at Camp / Lodge.
Day 2: Lake Nakuru – Maasai Mara
Have an early morning game drive before breakfast then proceed to the world famous Maasai Mara reserve known for the annual wildebeest migration across Mara river. Have a game drive en-route to the camp / lodge for lunch as well as check in. Afternoon spend it at leisure and in the evening go out for a game drive in search of the many varieties of wildlife. Spend a whole Day viewing wildlife in Masai Mara Game reserve with morning and afternoon game drives. Have a chance to see the “BIG FIVE”: Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard. Wildebeests, Zebras, Cheetahs and Gazelles, other kinds of African wildlife can also be easily spotted in the open savannah plains. Get to feel the awesomeness of this jewel park of Kenya. Dinner and overnight at lodge on full board basis.
Day 3: Full Day Maasai Mara
On this Day, you have two options:-
Option 1 - You can go for a balloon safari (USD 495) this safari affords you with the opportunity to view wildlife from above and have very good shots of wildlife that are very cherished and later have a champagne breakfast which is included in the cost, after your breakfast you will have a game drive enroute to the camp.
Option 2 - Have an early morning game drive and get back to the camp and have your breakfast spend the afternoon in leisure.
In the evening you can decide to have a game drive or visit a maasai village (USD 30) and get to learn about their culture and their general way of life. This is a good way to be informed about the Maasai people who are a nomadic group of people and keep livestock as a way of life and they haven’t changed much since most of them still dress in their traditional red kangas as a way of their identity.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge on full board basis.
Day 4: Maasai Mara - Serengeti
Depart for Serengeti via the Isbania route with picnic lunch, exploring the wonders of this park. Depending on the time of travel, we might get lucky to see the wildebeest migration and also the zebras. There are also different animals like the zebras, giraffes,Thompson gazelles, lions, elephants, giraffes, monkeys, baboons, hippos, rhinos and multitudes of birds. This is an extension of the Maasai Mara Reserve and is equally famous.
Dinner and overnight at the camp /lodge.
Day 5: Serengeti
Spend the whole Day once again at the Serengeti in the wide plains searching for the beautiful wildlife and reaching also in the kopjes whereby these rock formations provide ideal view points for the predators to survey the plains in search of the food and also they act as nice places to warm in the sun. The kopjes also harbor small wildlife like insects, lizards, birds and snakes while some small mammals are also available here like the rock hyrax and the kingspringer antelopes.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge/camp.
Day 6: Ngorongoro Crater
After having your breakfast leave for the Ngorongoro Crater which is actually a conservation area and not a park as people believe it to be. You will be able to learn more about this volcanic landscape we will drive along the crater so that we can have good views of the wildlife at the bottom of the crater that are in plenty since the crater abundant with good vegetation and water for the elephants, buffaloes,gazelles, zebras and many others.The giraffes are the ones that miss in the crater since their legs cannot go down the steep crater.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge / camp.
Day 7: Departure
After breakfast have an enroute game drive as you are taken to Arusha for your flight back home after spending your time in Africa’s best National parks both in Kenya and Tanzania.
This marks the end of your safari.