On this eight-day safari, you will enjoy game drives in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park, Amboseli National Park, and Tsavo National Park at an affordable cost. African Mosaic Tours' professional guides and the breathtaking views of the animals and the landscapes will make your safari trip unforgettable!
On the first night you will be accommodated at Voi Wildlife Lodge. On the second night you will be staying at a hotel in Nairobi. On the third and fourth night you will be hosted overnight in Mara Sopa Lodge or at Sentrim Camp. The fifths night you will be staying at Lake Nakuru Lodge or at the Rhino Camp. Kibo Tented Camp will host you on the sixth night of your safari. The last night, the seventh night, you will be staying at Ngulia Safari Lodge or at Rhino Valley Camp. The accommodation will be on lodges or tents.
Depart from Mombasa and proceed to Tsavo East National Park. Until lunch you will be experiencing game drives and dinner will be followed by overnight stay at Voi Wildlife Lodge.
After breakfast, proceed to Nairobi arriving in time for lunch at Carnivore. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the hotel in Nairobi.
After breakfast, depart for Masai Mara arriving for lunch. Get ready for an afternoon game drive. Enjoy dinner and overnight at the Mara Sopa lodge or Sentrim Camp.
The full day is spent in Masai Mara with both morning and evening game drive. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at the lodge or camp.
Depart to Lake Nakuru after breakfast. Arrive for lunch followed by an evening game drive. Enjoy dinner and overnight at Lake Nakuru Lodge or at Rhino Camp.
Leave for Amboseli after breakfast with lunch en-route. Arriving in time for evening
game drives. Enjoy dinner and overnight stay at Kibo Tented Camp.
You will start the day with early morning game drives. After breakfast, proceed to Tsavo West National Park, visit Mzima Springs followed by afternoon game drive including a visit to the Rhino Sanctuary. Enjoy dinner and overnight at Ngulia Safari Lodge or Rhino Valley Camp.
After breakfast, you will see game en-route, arriving in Mombasa in the late afternoon.
You will visit Mzima Springs, followed by afternoon game drive including a visit to the Rhino Sanctuary.
Majestic Masai Mara, home to great annual animal migration from Serengeti from Tanzania, probably the most famous visited National park in East Africa and Africa. You can see the Big Five (buffalo, lion, elephant, leopard, rhino) and it is also home to the Maasai tribe. Animal migration starts in June and ends in September in search of pasture under watchful eye of vultures, eagles and at the mercy of hyena, crocodile, and hippo.
Africa’s famous ornithological lake with stunning flocks of pink lesser flamingos that turns its water pink. It has great ecological diversity, from lake water, woodland, rocky escarpments, and ridges. Games include hippo, reedbuck, zebra, black and white rhino on park sanctuary, buffalo, leopard, lion, Rothschild’s giraffe, white and black colobus monkey, bushlands, eland, steinbok, impala, Chandler's Reedbuck, rock hyrax, and klipspringer which occupy the cliffs and its escarpment plus many more.
Located on the Kenya-Tanzania border, Amboseli is known for its large herds of elephant, made famous by the work done by Cynthia Moss and the Amboseli Elephant Research Project. Here you will also find lion, giraffe, buffalo, warthog, vervet monkey, zebra, antelope, and the dik-dik, smallest of the antelope species. With varied vegetation, but mainly open savannah, game viewing is excellent. Although located 30-miles away in Tanzania, Mount Kilimanjaro with its’ snow-capped peaks, is ever present from most every lodge or camp.
This is Kenya’s largest park with 10-million acres of pure wilderness. Due to its size, Tsavo is divided into Tsavo East and Tsavo West. Located midway between Nairobi and the Coast, here you will find volcanic hills, and spring fed pools of water, four rivers, and more than 60 mammal species and thousands of plant species. Surprisingly, few visitors travel here. Tsavo East is the more remote and less visited, though its relative proximity to Mombasa make it an ideal safari destination for those wishing to combine a beach and safari holiday.
Meals during the safari are included in the price.
Please book your flight and arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request.