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Duration :   4 Days
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Safari Overview

Beginning in the exciting city that serves as the nation’s capital, Nairobi, your fantastic Kenya safari journey will last for four days. Your trip should start with a stop to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, where you will get the opportunity to interact with orphaned elephants and gain insight into the conservation efforts being made by the organisation. After that, make your way to the Giraffe Centre to have an up-close and personal experience with these gentle giants. The journey continues as you make your way to the world-famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, which is famed for the breathtaking wildlife migrations that take place there. Enjoy boat trips on Lake Naivasha while you’re surrounded by hippos, waterbucks, and a variety of bird species. Visit a Maasai tribal town, go on exciting wildlife safaris in the middle of the boundless plains, and go bird watching on Lake Naivasha. Don’t pass up the chance to visit Hell’s Gate National Park, which is ideal for strolling and bicycling thanks to the presence of wildlife that isn’t dangerous to humans and a gorgeous setting. Your experience in the Maasai Mara will include unforgettable morning safaris. These safaris will show you the peaceful beauty of the Mara at dawn as you come face to face with a variety of animals, including the “Big 5”: leopards, lions, elephants, and rhinoceroses. 

Day 1: Nairobi/Arrival Kenya:

After you have arrived in Nairobi, which is the nation’s capital, you will approach this point. The city is alive with activity, and the residents are kind and inviting to newcomers. Explore the streets of Nairobi and stop along the way for some of the city’s delicious street cuisine. In the event that you arrive in Nairobi in the wee hours of the morning, you will have the opportunity to kick off your day by going to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust (visiting hours 11 AM to 12 PM). Here, you will get the opportunity to spend some time with orphaned elephants and hear about the conservation efforts that are being made by the organisation. The next stop is the Giraffe Center, where you will get the opportunity to come quite close to these gentle giants.

DAY 2: Nairobi – Maasai Mara.

After that, make your way to the Maasai Mara National Reserve, which is widely regarded as having some of the most breathtaking wildlife migrations seen anywhere in the world. During your time in Maasai Mara, take a tour of a traditional hamlet, and then, in the afternoon, go on a game drive to have further opportunities to observe the vast plains and the numerous species in their natural environment. The journey comes to an end at Lake Naivasha, a freshwater lake where you may enjoy a boat excursion amid the hippopotamuses, waterbucks, and a great variety of bird species. Another national park, known as Hell’s Gate, may be found in the neighbourhood. Walk along the paths that are inhabited by wildlife that is not considered to be a threat to humans, ride your bike along the gravel roads, and take in the beautiful scenery.

DAY 3: Maasai Mara Game reserve

Morning safaris in the Mara are often considered to be the most enjoyable and fruitful because of the brilliantly orange dawn, the eerie stillness, and the abundance of opportunities to see animals. Elephants, zebras, leopards, and cheetahs are all able to look for food and water more effectively and with a greater sense of composure as soon as dawn breaks.

When our guide leads you over the picturesque plains of the Mara to explore the reserve, you will get an effortless view of the landscape. You will be shown the acacia trees, grasslands, marshlands, and wetlands that are typical of the park by our knowledgeable guide, whose primary objective in life is to ensure that your enjoyment is maximised.

Day 4: Maasai Mara – Nairobi, Moshi

Spend the day at Maasai Mara, which is Kenya’s most popular game refuge and where you will have the highest chance of witnessing the Big Five animals, which are the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant. You have the choice of heading out into the park with picnic lunch boxes to spend the whole day in the park, or you may choose to have early morning and late afternoon game drives instead. Game drives are flexible and provide a variety of options. You will also have the opportunity to visit a nearby Maasai hamlet, and after breakfast you will embark for the trip back to Nairobi, reaching there at around 13:00 local time. You will either be dropped off at your hotel or transferred to the airport for your subsequent trip home.

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Cancelation Policy: 

  • For cancellations made at least sixty days before the scheduled start date of the safari, you will get a full refund of the cost of the safari.
  • If you cancel your safari between 30 and 59 days before it is scheduled to begin, you will get a refund of 50 percent of the total cost of the safari.
  • No refunds will be given for any cancellations made less than 30 days before the scheduled departure date of the safari.
  • No refunds will be given for no-shows or early departures. Please be aware that the amount of your return will be reduced by any bank charges or fees that are involved with processing the refund. The aforementioned cancellation policy is only applicable to the cost of the safari itself; it does not cover any other fees, like as airfare, accommodations, or other services. 


What religion predominates in the Nairobi region?

According to estimations provided by the government for the year 2019, around 85.5 per cent of the overall population identifies as Christian, while 11 per cent identifies as Muslim. Hindus, Sikhs, Baha'is, and those who adhere to a variety of traditional religious beliefs are examples of groups that make up less than 2 per cent of the population.

Is it possible to go on safari in Kenya?

The tourist sector in Kenya's safari business is of a world-class standard, and the country offers a broad range of safari lodges and camps, as well as exceptional tour operators that cater to travelers of varying financial means. You just need to decide when and where to travel, and this guide will help you with both of those aspects. Dig in and have a good time on Safari!

How many days do you recommend spending in Masai Mara?

At a minimum, you should make plans to stay at the Masai Mara for four days and three nights to witness a substantial proportion of the wide range of species and scrivener that can be found in the area. Because the Masai Mara is such a large area, you will need at least four days to have enough time to tour the most fascinating regions of the park.

How far is Masai Mara from the capital city of Nairobi?

The Masai Mara National Reserve is located around 270 kilometers or 167 miles west of Nairobi. The road is infamous for being in poor condition, and the travel duration is around five hours. The majority of visitors get there via flying. Driving is another option for getting to Lake Nakuru National Park from the surrounding area.

Is it worthwhile to visit Nairobi National Park?

Even if you have plans to visit any of Kenya's other well-known national parks, such as Masai Mara, Amboseli, Samburu, or Tsavo, I still think it would be worthwhile for you to spend some time at Nairobi National Park. Simply simply, there is no other site on world that is like to it, which is why it would be irresponsible of you not to take advantage of the opportunity to see this extraordinary location.

In which nation is the Masai Mara located?

The Masai Mara National Reserve is a country of beautiful panoramas, plentiful animals, and boundless grasslands. It is located in the southwest corner of Kenya and covers an area of 1,510 square kilometres, or 583 square miles.

What's Included

  • Accommodation and meals as described in the itinerary.
  • Crater Fees
  • Daily bottle of mineral water during the game drive
  • Entrance fees to all national parks
  • Entrance park fees and 18% VAT to our entrance fees
  • Pick up at Kilimanjaro International Airport
  • Private 4 x 4 safari with roof for game viewing
  • Private professional safari guide

What's Excluded

  • Bank transfer charges & card payments processing fee
  • Cost of Visas.
  • Expenses belong to person nature e.g Drinks not included on the meal plans, personal purchases, Laundry etc.
  • Insurance fees
  • International flights
  • Tip to the driver guide and hoteliers

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