Safari 7 days 6 nights Departure from Nairobi and arrival on the coast

1st day

Departure from your hotel or airport directly. We go towards the Maasai Mara park, stop for lunch in Narok, directly to the lodge/camp in Masai Mara, it depends on the time of departure from Nairobi. Arrival at the gate, we enter the park, start game drive as we go towards the camp, check-in, dinner and overnight stay. The reserve borders the Serengeti Park in Tanzania with which it forms a single ecosystem. The name of the reserve derives from the name of the Maasai people (who inhabit various areas in the Serengeti plain) and the Mara river. The reserve is known for the exceptional concentration of fauna and for the famous migration of wildebeest and zebras which begins in July from Serengeti towards Masai Mara and then towards Serengeti in September/October. The most represented habitat is that of the African prairie or savannah with the typical acacias in the south-eastern area. The best-known icon of the Maasai Mara is probably the image of the lion of which large prides are found; However, all the Big Five are present in the park (lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo, leopard) even if the rhino population is in serious danger. Hippos are numerous in the Mara River and Talek River. You can see them while you are on the veranda of the camp. Cheetahs are also present, but they too are considered endangered. Wildebeests are the main inhabitants (millions of specimens). They migrate from the Serengeti to the Maasai Mara in autumn and reverse in spring. There are also numerous other species of antelope, in particular Thompson’s gazelle and Grant’s gazelle, impalas and others. Large herds of zebras are found everywhere in the reserve. Many giraffes also live on the plain (both Maasai giraffes and common giraffes).

2nd day

Wake up, breakfast and departure, around h. 07:00, for another game drive, with a stop for lunch in an equipped area near the Mara river, with a box lunch, or at the camp, depending on the game drives. After a short rest we set off again for the safari, returning to the camp at sunset. Dinner and overnight stay.

3rd day

After breakfast we will leave the Maasai Mara to reach Lake Nakuru for lunch at Lake Nakuru Lodge. Afternoon photographic safari at Lake Nakuru, dinner and overnight stay at Lake Nakuru Lodge. Lake Nakuru National Park. The park is just 3km from Nakuru town. Lake Nakuru is an alkaline and shallow lake and the park includes marshy areas, forest and low rocky reliefs where you can admire, in addition to millions of bird species, also animals that are difficult to spot such as rhinos: you can see both rhinos white than, although rare, the shy black rhinos! Arriving, from above you notice thousands of pink dots on the water: they are flamingos! From time to time, suddenly rising in small groups into flight, they cover the sky like a pink sheet… During the dry season the lake retreats, leaving a white, shiny crust of bicarbonate on the banks, creating a magical landscape with an almost surreal touch!! If we are really lucky we will be able to see a rare lion climbing the trees. Warthogs are numerous throughout the park, as are waterbuck, zebras and buffaloes, while Thomson’s gazelles prefer the thick bush, where it is also more likely to spot leopards. Around the cliffs you can see birds of prey, as well as lots of baboons. A herd of hippos lives on the northern shore of the lake. Lake Nakuru is set in a very beautiful landscape, it is surrounded by woods, meadows and rocky hills. Lake Nakuru is located approximately 150km from Nairobi

4th day

Early in the morning we leave Lake Nakuru, to go to Amboseli Park, stop for lunch or directly to the camp. Game drive as soon as you enter the park to admire the animals: lions, gazelles, giraffes, herds of elephants, buffaloes, zebras, hyenas. Arrival at the camp located on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, an inactive volcano 5895 meters high, the highest peak in Africa, its peaks, Kibo and Mawenzi, are always snow-capped. We go to Lake Amboseli where you can see hippos and other animals until sunset. After dinner you can admire, in front of the bonfire, the welcome show of a MAASAI representation. Overnight stay.

5th day

Wake up early in the morning, have breakfast and leave to go to Tsavo West. Game drive while we go to the park. Stop at Shetani Lava Flow, a lava flow 8km long, 1.5km wide and 5 meters deep. We continue the game drive, to get to Mzima Spring. Where we get off and walk to the springs. The pure Mzima spring water emerges at a constant daily rate of over 50 million gallons (190 million litres), the clarity of the water in Mzima Springs is due to the fact that it is underground spring water that seeps through the volcanic rock of the local Chyulu Hills. In the crystal clear waters you can admire hippos and crocodiles. Arrival at the Lodge around h. 12.30pm, lunch and rest. In the waterhole in front of the lodge you can see elephants, buffaloes, giraffes and other animals coming to drink. Tsavo West is the place where, at the beginning of the last century, the legend of the man-eating lions began, they made the film “Spirits in the Darkness”, they were the famous lions who did not want the construction of the railway connecting the south coast of Kenya with Uganda. In Tsavo West there are diverse landscapes: forests, mountains, lakes and vast plains. There are all the animals, lions, leopards, elephants, gazelles, impalas, cheetahs, giraffes. Allot Tsavo West, with luck it is possible to see the black rhino. After the rest, departure for the game drive at the base of the Ngulia hills. In the central area of ​​the park, there is a fenced area where there are black rhinos to better protect them and where it is hoped they can rebuild a larger community. Return to the lodge at sunset. Dinner and overnight stay. For the lucky ones, after dinner, sighting of the leopard coming up to eat.

6th day

Woke up around 3pm. 05:30, breakfast and departure at 06:30. Photo safari as we head towards the exit of the Park, to continue, on the road that connects Nairobi to Mombasa, towards the Tsavo East Park. Once inside, start the GAME DRIVE to see as many animals as possible, we go towards Mudanda Rock. In the park you will encounter: lions, elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, dik-diks, antelopes, waterbucks, cheetahs, leopards, crocodiles, hippos on the Galana River, and other savannah animals. At 1.00 pm we arrive at the lodge or tented camp, lunch and rest. Relax to see the animals drinking at the nearby waterhole. We leave for the GAME DRIVE at 3.30 pm until sunset, return to the lodge, dinner from 7.00 pm and overnight stay.

7th day

Wake up, breakfast, and departure for the last GAME DRIVE, then we leave the park to arrive on the coast, Watamu, to your resort.
The times, itineraries, lodges and camps are indicative and may be subject to change. It will depend on the location of the animals during our game drives. The indicated safari can start from the coast and arrive on the coast. The parks visited will be the same. This is just an example of safari, you can contact us to request the safari you want! Do not hesitate to contact us to organize your Safari together, indicating your preferred departure, the parks you want to visit CAMPI E LODGE

Times, itineraries, lodges and camps are indicative and may be subject to change. It will depend on the location of the animals during our game drives.

Do not hesitate to contact us to organize your Safari together.​​​​

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