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Join this Kenya safari with Go Kenya Safari, where you will experience the game drives with so few guests in such large unspoiled tracts of wilderness, the magical feeling you will never experience anywhere else. All of the trips are customized with the touch of African culture, lifestyle, and wildlife. Go Kenya Safari has something that will meet your needs of wildlife experience. All you need to do is pack your bag and prepare for the African vacation of a lifetime!
You will stay for 1 night in a double / twin / triple room sharing at Merica Hotel in Nakuru, 2 nights at Sentrim Mara Lodge, and 1 night at Lake Naivasha Country Club.
Merica Hotel boasts of 89 luxury rooms, 4 junior suites, and an executive suite. The spacious rooms are tastefully furnished with different colors, giving you the feeling of a home away from home. The interior is blend with comfort and convenience. The raised lobby and the panoramic glass lifts peresent you a view of the swimming pool, while the lofty atrium splashes the whole reception with sunlight.
Each of the spacious tents at Sentrim Mara Lodge has a modern en-suite bathroom, hot and cold showers, writing desk, and an elevated private balcony for spectacular views of the sunsets and the hills which have abundant wildlife. The tents have two double beds, personal closets, flush toilets, and sockets for battery charging for cameras.
You will leave Nairobi in the morning and drive to Lake Nakuru National Park. You will arrive in a good time for lunch at Merica Hotel. After that, you can enjoy optional afternoon game drive or relaxation in this park, or participate in a branded tree planting exercise to memorize your safari. You will enjoy your dinner and stay overnight in the hotel. A brainstorming session will be held after dinner at the bar about business, leisure, or topical issues.
You will leave Lake Nakuru National Park in the morning and drive to Maasai Mara. You will arrive in a good time for lunch at Sentrim Mara Lodge. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a game drive in this park to see different game. You will enjoy your dinner and stay overnight in the lodge.
After breakfast, you will leave the lodge with picnic lunch and drive to explore this park that was recently crowned as one of the Seventh Wonders of the world. The visit will include the Maasai Mara river to see hippos and crocodiles.
You will leave Maasai Mara after breakfast and drive through the park to the Lake Naivasha. After arriving in Lake Naivasha, you will enjoy the lunch at the Lake Naivasha Country Club. In the afternoon, you can choose to relax or visit Hell's Gate National Park, the only reserve in Kenya, where you can enjoy game viewing on a bicycle. You will then return to the Lake Naivasha Country Club for the dinner and overnight stay.
In the early morning, you will enjoy the breakfast at your camp, then check out from the camp drive to Nairobi. You will enjoy the lunch at Carnivore and drop off at your respective hotel.
This safari will take place in Lake Nakuru National Park, Maasai Mara, and Lake Naivasha in Kenya.
Lake Nakuru National Park is a flamingo land. It is home to a huge number of lesser flamingos. At any given time, every flamingo in the world seems to be at this beautiful shallow alkaline lake, just the south of Nakuru town. The lake is a spectacular ocean of pink surrounded by forest and plains that are home to other wildlife too. With a total area size of 368 square kilometers and home to more than 450 different kinds of birds, Lake Nakuru National Park is one of the finest ornithological sights in the world. The lake is world famous as the location of the greatest bird spectacle on earth.
The lake is located on the edge of the town of Nakuru, lies about 160 kilometers north of Nairobi. This proximity Nairobi means that visitors who do not have so much time can visit the park as a day trip excursion and return to Nairobi on the same day. Visitors on a shoestring budget can also visit the park and return to Nairobi without having to worry about accommodation.
Myriads of pink flamingos whose numbers are often more than a million, maybe two, find solace at the lake. Besides the lesser flamingos and greater flamingo, it is also a marvelous place to other different types of birds. It has various waders that includes Avocet and you can enjoy the sight of Pelicans sweeping the water in unison (a rather attractive pelican version of synchronized swimming).
Besides the birds, Lake Nakuru National Park provides a home for a wide variety of other forms of African wildlife. Conservationists' efforts to save some of the world's endangered species of mammals take place here too. A superb example of conservation at work in the wild, with the assistance of the World Wildlife Fund, is now providing sanctuary for Rothschild giraffe, and black and white rhino.
The elusive leopard can also be found at Lake Nakuru National Park, living in perfect harmony with the largely aquatic landscape. Other wildlife that can be easily observed at the lake includes the buffalo, lion, and black and white colobus monkey in the forest. You will also see steenbok, eland, Chandler's reedbuck, impala, and dik-dik in the bush land.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve or the Mara as it's popularly known, boasts for sheltering various wild animals like the lion, cheetah, and other animals that annually migrate from Tanzania to the Masaai Mara including the gazelles, wildebeest, zebras, and many more. During the game drive, you will see the big 5, which is something most tourists coming to Kenya hope to see.
While you are at the Maasai Mara, you will be able to enjoy various activities like game viewing (both day and night), camping, learn about various cultures around there (specifically the Maasai people), ballooning, and many more. Game viewing can be done all year round with the availability of animals including the big 5, giraffe, hyena, together with all the cat family.
The famous wildebeest migration that happens from July to November is a site to behold. Over 2 million wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles move from Tanzania to the Maasai Mara and the cycle continues like that. As they migrate, they have to cross the rivers which expose them to dangers, such as the crocodiles and drowning. Only the strong are able to make it through to the other side. This is something you'll definitely don't want to miss while you are in the Mara.
Lake Naivasha National Park is located in Nakuru County in the Great Rift Valley, North-West of Nairobi. The park is composed of a fresh water lake with a surface area of 139 square kilometers. The lake is surrounded by green vegetation, forming a habitat for over 400 bird species. The quiet scenery of the park favors the existence of plenty of arrays of wildlife animals, from buffaloes, hippopotamus, klipspringer, giraffe, baboons, hartebeest, eland, Thompson's gazelle, and sometimes leopard and cheetah.
The park is surrounded by other parks and reserves including Hell's Gate National Park, the Green Crater Lake Reserve, and Kingono Game Ranch. The park has attracted many camps, resort, and country club hotels to provide the tourist the best accommodation experience and adventure. Once in the park, there are plenty of activities for you including hiking, fishing, game riding, boat riding, bird watching, and camping.
You will be served daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner as per itinerary.