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Duration :   7 Days
Total Seats :  378/400

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Safari Overview:

Embark on a Gorilla Safari that lasts for seven days and visits some of the most famous places in East Africa, including as the Maasai Mara and Nairobi National Park, both of which are home to a diverse array of animals, as well as Maasai settlements, which provide unique cultural experiences. Experience the awe-inspiring splendour of Lake Nakuru and Amboseli National Park, both of which are situated in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. This voyage provides unrivaled opportunities to interact with the Big Five, as well as local cultures and breathtaking scenery. As a result, it is an East African experience that will live long in the memory.

Day 1: Nairobi;

This full-day excursion is a wonderful option for either starting or ending your East Africa safari. In the morning, take in the sights and sounds of nature in Nairobi National Park, where you could get a good look at lions, rhinos, and other creatures up close. Then, pay a visit to the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, which is a place where orphaned baby elephants are taken once they have been rescued and nurtured until they are old enough to be released back into the wild. In addition to that, we are going to go to a place called Nairobi Tribal Toura Place, which is a tourist village in Langata, Nairobi. Bomas, also known as homesteads, are exhibitions of traditional communities that belong to a variety of Kenyan tribes. customers will also participate in the celebration of local culture by dancing in local traditions and seeing acrobats.

Day 2: Nairobi – Masai Mara National Reserve

One of the most famous tourist sites in all of Africa is the Masai Mara National Reserve, which is located in Kenya. Your driver and guide will come to pick you up from the airport, your hotel in Nairobi, or your apartment in Nairobi. Get comfortable in the four-wheel-drive Jeep as you make your way to the Masai Mara, Kenya’s most visited national park.

While relaxing in the back of your safari vehicle, see the dawn breaking over the surrounding farms. Breakfast will be provided in the town of Narok during our stay there.

The closer we go to the Mara, the more likely it is that you will encounter local homesteads as well as Maasai ranchers caring to their animals while wearing colourful wraps. It is anticipated that we will get at the park sometime about 10:30 local time.

Day 3: Masai Mara National Reserve;

On this day, you will be woken up at 0600 hours for an early breakfast. After that, you will check out of your room and then proceed for the early morning game drive until 0930 hours. This early morning game drive will take you for 2 hours morning game drive, and if you are lucky enough for the day, you will see the early morning kills of the big cats from the Kenya big five.

Day 4: Masai Mara – Lake Nakuru;

Immediately after arriving at Lake Nakuru, you will make your way to the game park to participate in game drives. The wildlife watching safari in the game park will continue until noon, which is the best time to go to the hotel in order to check in (in time for lunch). After your guide has given you some time to freshen yourself and unwind, he will come and pick you up to continue your game watching for the afternoon.

Day 5: Lake Nakuru – Amboseli National Park;

On the fifth day of your 7-day Amboseli National Park, Lake Naivasha, and Lake Nakuru National Park safari, you will get up very early, have breakfast, and then head out to the park for a full day game drive. During this game drive, you will reach all of the different points in the park, viewing the numerous animal species that live in the park and taking in the breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro and its surroundings.

On this day, you will have a picnic lunch, and the game drive will conclude in the evening. After the drive, you will return to your lodging, where you will eat supper and get some rest for the night.

Day 6: Amboseli;

Following our morning meal, we will go to Amboseli National Park. Amboseli, which straddles the border between Kenya and Tanzania, is home to a vast environment and serves as the international biosphere reserve for this country. As a result of the park’s seemingly unending supply of water, which has been purified by passing it through hundreds of metres of volcanic rock supplied by Mount Kilimanjaro, the name Amboseli in the Masai language literally translates to “Place of Water.” Your idea of African wildlife will be brought to life when you see elephants, leopards, zebras, wildebeests, and giraffes in large herds. Impala and leopards are also common. This wildlife refuge has Mount Kilimanjaro as its picturesque background.

Day 7: Amboseli National Park – Nairobi;

After getting up early and going on a game drive, you will return to the campground in time for breakfast. Get cleaned up, take some time to relax, and then depart the camp. You will stop for lunch somewhere along the road, and you won’t get back to Nairobi until 6:00 in the evening. You will be delivered to the hotel that you reserved.

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Cancelation Policy:

We are aware that one’s ideas may need modification, and we will do our best to meet your requirements. Please take aware of the following cancellation costs in the event that you need to cancel your tour. If you cancel your reservation at least 35 days before the tour, you will not be charged any cancellation costs and you will get a refund in its whole. A 30 percent cancellation charge will be assessed for cancellations submitted between 11 and 34 days before the trip is scheduled to begin. If you decide to cancel between three and ten days before the trip, you will be responsible for paying a fee equal to fifty percent of the total cost of the tour. In the event that you need to cancel your trip less than 48 hours before it starts, you will be charged the full price of the excursion, and you will not get a refund. When you make your reservation, you will be informed of any special cancellation policies that may apply to tailor-made excursions. It is highly recommended that you go through our cancellation policy to ensure that you have a complete knowledge of any costs that may apply. Your contentment is our first concern, and we are grateful for your understanding in this matter.


Is it a good idea to make your home in Nairobi?

Living in Nairobi, Kenya has a number of advantages, some of which being the city's dynamic culture, diversified people, and outstanding infrastructure. Because the city is home to such a diverse selection of restaurants, stores, and entertainment venues, it is an excellent location in which to get acquainted with the customs and traditions of the surrounding area.

Is it possible to go on safari from Nairobi?

These are just some of the beautiful locations that can be seen by travellers on safari trips that depart from Nairobi. Witnessing the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara, taking in the peaceful serenity of Lake Nakuru, and taking in the extraordinary vistas of Lake Naivasha are just few of the experiences that can be had at each of the destinations.

Is Kenya a rich or Poor country?

Kenya is a nation with a lower middle income and unequal wealth distribution, levels of poverty, and human rights violations in certain areas. The disparities in income and access to social services that exist across various parts of Kenya's population are symptomatic of the country's overall lack of equality. About two-fifths of Kenya's wealth is held by only one tenth of the country's population.

Why is Nairobi so well-known?

The city of Nairobi serves as the capital of Kenya. It is not only one of the biggest and most powerful cities in Africa, but also a significant economic and financial centre for the area. Nairobi is the most important city in East Africa and is brimming with one-of-a-kind tourist destinations. It is the only city in the world to have a national park on its doorstep.

Is Kenya a religious country?

Religion in the Kenyan nation. Christians make up around 70 percent of the Kenyan population (38 percent of them are Protestant and 28 percent are Catholic); approximately 25 percent of Kenyans belong to indigenous faiths; and approximately 6 percent of Kenyans are Muslim.  There are people who follow Hinduism, Sikhism, Parseeism, and Bahaism among the Asian population.

Is it risky for a woman to go about Nairobi alone?

After dusk, Nairobi is a vast metropolis that presents a number of potential risks. It is strongly recommended that you do not walk alone at night and instead use a cab or another type of public transit instead. When going for a stroll during the day, it is recommended to remain in locations that are well-lit and to steer clear of dark lanes and streets that are vacant.

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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