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Come for a camping safari in Kenya! This safari is suitable for single travelers and has been designed to offer the same high quality wildlife safari experience with 4x4 game viewing escorted by top class guides and in exclusive wildlife conservancies away from the tourist minibuses. It has a hugely reduced price by staying in small basic adventure camps. For those for whom the wildlife safari experience is more important than the accommodation, this gives an opportunity for an exceptional and exclusive wildlife experience with high quality guiding.
Airport transfer included: Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Your accommodation will be taken care of on this safari. You will stay in a tent at the campsite in Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru National Park.
Some of the best game viewing in all of Africa can be found in Kenya. In order to view the greatest amount and variety of wildlife, Kenya Tour Budget Safari provides highly skilled and knowledgeable guides that will tell you about their country, tribal cultures, and wildlife behavior. They will also amaze you with their ability to spot animals that you will have trouble seeing with your binoculars.
If you are patient and observe the interaction of the animals rather than rushing to check off the next animal on your list, you will have an extraordinary wildlife experience. To keep from getting dehydrated, you will need to drink plenty of fluids. Liter's of bottled water are supplied daily in your tent and also in the vehicles for game-drives. The transport to the game parks is based on customized seven-sitter safari van with specially modified suspension. Seats are designed with seat belts.
Children are welcome on this safari. Kenya Tour Budget Safari will advise you of any restrictions should you wish delight your children by bringing them on safari. Many families travel with children as young as 5 years old. On game drives, if you have more than one child, you may be required to have a separate vehicle.
Pick up from your hotel for a journey south a long the Great Rift Valley, lunch at Narok, and then climb the western wall entering Hemingway’s country “Serengeti Plains”. You will arrive in the afternoon for evening game drive in Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Dinner and overnight are at the campsite.
This is a full day to spend game viewing across the rich, tree studded grassland, and rolling hills. The famous Mara is renowned for its great herds of plain game, black-maned lions, leopard, and cheetah. It also contains numerous elephant and virtually every type of wildlife to be found in Kenya. All meals and overnight are at the campsite.
After early morning breakfast, leave the camp for morning game drive until lunch time and then return to the camp for lunch. Afternoon is optional for nature walk or a visit to a nearby Maasai village and then return to the campsite for dinner and overnight.
You will have pre-breakfast game drive in the park and then return to the campsite for late breakfast. You will leave Maasai Mara for Lake Nakuru National Park with lunch served en-route, arriving in Nakuru for dinner and overnight.
After early morning breakfast, proceed for an extensive morning game drive in Lake Nakuru National Park known for it’s millions of flamingos and other water birds. Then, you will leave Nakuru after lunch for going back to Nairobi and arrive in the late afternoon.
You will go to Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru National Park for your game drives on this safari.
This safari in Kenya will take you from Nairobi to Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru National Park. Kenya is a country that beckons with iconic sights, tribal cultures, and natural wonders. The snow capped peak of mighty Mount Kenya, the Maasai Mara's golden grassy plains, the pink blush of Lake Nakuru, and the annual migration of millions of wildebeest are some of the delights waiting for you in Kenya.
The best times for a safari to Kenya are any months but middle April and May, during the "big rains". If you want to see the great migration, then it is best to go on safari from August through October when the herds will be in the Maasai Mara. Wildlife migration patterns will fluctuate in most parks depending on the season and where the food is.
If you don't like to bargain, there are many nice shops and galleries in the main cities that carry nice crafts, including basketry, batiks, bead work, masks, and woodcarvings. Gift shops in the camps are also excellent places to buy quality souvenirs. If you like to bargain, you may want to explore the local markets.
You will be served daily meals on this safari. The food will be delicious and ranges from simple to gourmet. You can expect lots of fresh fruits, vegetables, and wonderful homemade soups. Chicken, lamb, beef, or pork is usually served at lunch and dinner as well as fish and vegetarian dishes.
Breakfast is buffet with lots of tropical fruits, hot and cold cereals, bacon, sausages, mushrooms, breads and pastries, and eggs to order. Lunch can be either buffet or served at the table and always starts with soup. Dinner is usually a 4 or 5 course sit-down affair, although there is no need to dress up.
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