If you are planning to have take a few days off from work or a weekend run away, this safari tour is just perfect holiday for you. You will get to visit the Lake Nakuru and encounter countless of wildlife animals in the famous Rift Valley Lake. You will also get the opportunity to visit Masai Mara and spend a wonderful time at the savannah reserve.
In this safari tour, you will be staying at two different accommodation, which are the Wildlife Clubs of Kenya ground and a camp or lodge at Masai Mara. Moreover, the available accommodation is on a double occupancy basis.
On the first day morning, the group will leave Nairobi and proceed to Lake Nakuru. You will get to visit the Rift Valley Lake that hosts one of the best spectacles in the world as a sanctuary for the flamingos, it is also one of the few places to see both white and black rhinos at close range. After that, the group will overnight at the wildlife clubs of Kenya ground.
After breakfast, the group will depart to Masai Mara, and arriving in time for lunch. After check in and lunch, the group will leave for the afternoon game drive, and return back to the lodge at 6 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Then, the group will enjoy dinner and overnight at the camp or lodge in Masai Mara.
On day three, you will be given a packed meals and venture further into the reserve towards Mara river in search of the big cats, hippo pools, giant crocodiles, and the world famous crossing point for the wildebeests, along with other wildlife that this park has in store for you.
After that, you will return to the camp site for lunch. After lunch, the group will venture out again during last moments of the day to try your luck and catch a glimpse of the cats that are active when the temperature goes down.
On the last day, the group will wake up early for a morning game drive. Then soon after breakfast, the group will return back to Nairobi, and arrive Nairobi in the afternoon.
Encourage your driver to stay on the road or designated tracks when visiting national parks or reserves. Off road driving can cause extensive damage to grass and woodland habitats.
Wild animals become distressed when they are surrounded by several vehicles or vehicles come close to them. Keep noise to a minimum and never try to attract animals attention.
Do not stand on the roof or hangout of the windows, and leave your vehicle in designated areas. Remember that wild animals can be dangerous.
Most wildlife areas have a speed limit of 40 kilometer per hour and animals always have the right of way.
Try to stay in lodges and camps that look after their surrounding environment and support local conservation initiatives.
Feeding wild animals can upset their diet and lead to unnatural dependence upon people.
Please do not purchase, collect or remove any animal products, rocks ,plants, seeds or birds nests from the wild or rather the natural environment in any way.
Litter and garbage is very dangerous to the wild animals. Keep all litter with you and be extremely careful with cigarettes and matches which can cause major bush fires.
This safari tour will start and end at Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. The group will travel from Nairobi to Lake Nakuru, it is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes at an elevation of 1754 meters above sea level, and it lies to the south of Nakuru in the rift valley of Kenya.
During this safari tour, you will be served with three breakfasts, four lunches, and three dinners.