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This scheduled tour is set to depart every Wednesday and Friday from Nairobi or Mombasa.
This safari, which requires a minimum of two clients, offers a captivating journey through the most picturesque regions in Kenya.
Region & Hotel Name
Dates & Prices in USD
Tsavo West ( Ngulia Safari Lodge)
Tsavo East ( Voi Safari Lodge)
Tsavo West ( Serena Kilaguni)
Tsavo East ( Ashnil Aruba)
P.P.S. Per Person Sharing in a twin or double room
S.R.S. Single room supplement
The Mara Migration is an annual Maasai Mara event that attracts travelers from around the world. It is considered one of the seven natural wonders and showcases the movement of millions of wildebeests, antelopes, and gazelles from Tanzania’s Serengeti to the Maasai Mara reserve in Kenya.
The Migration is a vital part of the park’s ecosystem and a testament to the resilience and determination of the animals involved. The most ideal time you can witness this incredible event is from July to October. You can witness the Migration through various activities such as hot air balloon rides and guided safari tours. Whether you are a seasoned wildlife enthusiast or a first-time visitor, the Mara Migration is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
As you travel further south of Kenya, you’ll encounter the Maasai Mara, an iconic savannah that needs no introduction. This vast wilderness is home to the famous Wildebeest Migration, a natural spectacle that sees millions of animals cross the Mara River in search of fresh grazing grounds.
But the Maasai Mara is more than just a wildlife destination. It’s also a cultural hub where you can interact with the Maasai people and learn about their traditions and way of life. From the colourful clothing to rhythmic music and dance, the Maasai culture is a feast for the senses.
Beyond the Maasai Mara, you’ll find Amboseli National Park, a land of contrasts that offers some of the most spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Here, you’ll have the chance to see herds of elephants roam the plains, as well as lions, cheetahs, and other big cats.
As you continue your journey, you’ll encounter the coastal region of Kenya, where the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean meet pristine beaches and swaying palm trees. Here, you’ll find a rich history and culture, with ancient Swahili towns like Lamu and Malindi offering a glimpse into the past.
Whether you’re exploring the wilds of the Maasai Mara, delving into the history of the coastal towns, or simply soaking up the sun on a beach, Southern Kenya has something for everyone. So pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime.
Kenyan lakes offer a different kind of appeal to travelers. There are lakes that are a bird watchers’ paradise, lakes that are home to spectacular scenes of hot springs and geysers, lakes with islands, lakes that Kenya shares with other countries and lakes that have some of the most interesting existence stories. It is here that you can find one of Kenya’s most famous images depicting clouds of brilliant pink flamingos rising from a glittering lake with the shadow of the Great Rift Valley in the background. The natural beauty on these lakes is superb. There are dozens of interesting and exciting things you could do around the lakes.
Some of the key lakes include Lake Elementaita, Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria, Lake Naivasha and Lake Victoria and Lake Magadi.
After breakfast, proceed to Tsavo West reaching in time for hot lunch. After a delightful lunch and a brief rest at the hotel, immerse yourself in an extensive afternoon game-drive. Explore Mzima Springs—an oasis from the Chyulu Hills with 250 million liters of daily water flow. Discover the underwater hippo viewing chamber, nature trails, and unique picnic spots. Next, marvel at the Shetani Lava Flow, a 200-year-old molten lava formation believed by locals to be the devil’s handiwork
Dinner and Overnight at Tsavo West on FB
After breakfast at the lodge, head to Tsavo East National Park.
Upon arrival, enjoy a sumptuous lunch and rest before an afternoon of exploring Tsavo East, known for its ‘Man-eaters’ history from 1898. Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson eventually shot these notorious lions who targeted railway workers.
The park boasts diverse wildlife, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, zebras, and giraffes.
Dinner and overnight at Tsavo East on FB basis
Commence the day with an early breakfast, and departing from Tsavo East National Park.
Drop off to Mombasa/Nairobi hotel or airport
There is a single supplement whose rate vary based on the season of travel, please read through the rates and season on the rates Card above i.e. SRS Means; Single Rate Supplement
– United States – Doller (USD)
All the price as quoted above is supposed to be cleared before travelling, our advice is – book early and pay early at least 2 months before the travel dates to safe on the flight tickets. the closer the travel date the expensive the air fares!