6 Days Road (Masai Mara, Nakuru & Nakuru) Safari - 6 Days


One of East Africa’s most famous reserves, the 1,600 sq km ‘Mara’ consists of undulating hills and great rolling grasslands that sustain some of the most varied wildlife in Africa, if not the world. There is always game in the ‘Mara’; however it changes its character dramatically with the seasons.

The most famous of the Rift Valley lakes, Nakuru is a soda lake set within the 62 sq km park, renowned for its magnificent array of birdlife. It is the migratory flocks of thousands of greater and lesser flamingo that really create the attraction here, when the lake’s shallow waters turn pink. Black and white rhino, the rare Rothschild’s giraffe, a small herd of buffalo, dik dik, klipspringer, eland, the occasional leopard and many other plains game are also found here.

One of the most popular parks in Kenya, we think it is a real gem (Amboseli). Forming part of a massive eco-system, the park itself is only 392 sq km and is situated at the foot of Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro. This great mountain forms the backdrop to most photographers’ pictures and on a clear day, the snowy peak of Kibo is seen. Elephants abound in the forest and swamps, feeding on the lush papyrus and other grasses. Cheetah, lion and many hyenas can also be seen on the salt flats or in the forests. Giraffe, zebra and wildebeest are always spotted on the open plains or congregating at the edge of the swamps.

Day 1
Nairobi - Maasai Mara

PICK UP from the airport or Hotel .Drive to Masai Mara with stopover at the Great Rift Valley. We continue driving on through Longonot and Suswa and on to the Western walls with another stopover at Narok. Upon arrival, lunch and perhaps a siesta. Set off for a PM game drive returning to your lodge by evening.

Mara Springs Tented camp on Full Board Basis

Day 2
Maasai Mara

Morning game drive before the sun kicks in sending the animals back to their shelter spots. Masai village visit. Masai villages are where you can interact with the community, check out their beautiful homesteads and learn something about their culture and way of life. Lunch and there after an afternoon game drive the return to your lodge before dark.

Mara Springs Tented camp on Full Board Basis

Day 3
Maasai Mara - Nakuru

Early Morning game drive or hot air balloon safari (optional). You’ll get a great view of the landscape and see the flora and fauna in a magical way. Balloon safaris are loads of fun. Returning to your lodge for breakfast then departs for Nakuru. Lake Nakuru gives an opportunity to experience a sea of pink (flamingoes). The park is known for the mighty Lake Nakuru, a soda lake at the heart of the great ecosystem. This park is also a great sanctuary for rhinos and these may be encountered on our game drives. The local birds make the park special too, and it is often referred as the birdwatcher’s paradise. Arrive Nakuru around midday, enroute game drive to the lodge, lunch, perhaps a siesta and thereafter an afternoon game drive returning to your lodge before dark.

Lake Nakuru lodge on full board basis

Day 4

Drive to L.Naivasha for boat ride. Depart for Nairobi. Upon arrival, lunch. Drive to Amboseli arriving at your hotel late evening. Have dinner then set off for bed.

Tortilis camp on half board basis

Day 5

The park is graced by mighty savannah elephants, and hosts the longest and most famous elephant research program in the entire world. The mammals here are great indeed (including lions, blue wild beast and the Maasai giraffe. Full day game drives with picnic lunch returning to your lodge by evening.

Tortilis camp on full board basis

Day 6
Amboseli - Nairobi

Drive to Nairobi arriving at around midday. Drop off at the airport or hotel for onward arrangements.

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