If you have ever dreamed of an out of Africa experience to explore Kenya's vast natural riches, from towering mountains to grassy savannah, and the wildlife, then this safari welcomes you to this adventure. This trip allows you to see the Kenya's sun-baked landscapes and see diverse wildlife, including Africa's big five - lions, elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, and leopards.
During the tour, you will be accommodated in four different places: Sentrim Samburu Lodge, The Ark, Sentrim Mara, and Sentrim Elementaita Lodge.
Sentrim Elementaita Lodge is the place for those seeking an exquisite getaway on the shores of Lake Elementaita. The entirely new lodge is spread out in serene surroundings. You will feel your nerves quiet down as soon as you set your eyes on the lodge’s rich view of a flamingo and pelican fringed Lake Elementaita.
All the rooms are very well-equipped with many facilities for your entertainment, convenience, comfort, and security. Pay television channels and free Wi-Fi are also available. The rooms also have tea and coffee machines and mini fridge to serve you cold beverages. Meeting and conference rooms are also readily available and are well-equipped with projectors, sound systems, and Wi-Fi internet connection.
Sentrim Mara Lodge is located adjacent to the Maasai Mara game reserve, three kilometers from Sekenani gate. The entire camp is spread over 100 acres of tranquil natural vegetation. The main guest area consists of the reception, lounge, restaurant, bar, fireplace, pool bar, Jacuzzi, and swimming pool.
Sentrim Samburu Lodge is situated in Samburu National Reserve in Northern Kenya. The rooms are equipped with tea and coffee making facilities, hot shower, and safe box. There is a swimming pool with basking area, curio shop, and satellite television in the bar. Laundry service is also available at an extra fee.
Set in the heart of the Aberdare National Park, The Ark overlooks a floodlit waterhole and salt lick, which attracts a host of awesome wildlife. Modeled after Noah's Ark, The Ark has four viewing decks with balconies and lounges to provide superb game viewing from the comfort of the lodge.
All the rooms are tastefully simply furnished to give you a level of comfort that keeps you relaxed throughout your stay. All the rooms are self-contained with en-suite shower and bathroom.
Welcome to the safari capital of the world. After exiting the customs and immigration office, kindly look out for a representative with your name. Commonly known as the “theater of the wild”, the sight of dust red elephant wallowing and spraying each other with the waters of the Galana River is one of the most evocative images in Africa which you will experience on today’s game drive. You will spend the night at Lion Hill Lodge.
The park is renowned for its large numbers of elephants and the famous man eating lions. Attractions include the Aruba Dam, Lugards Falls, Mudanda Rock, and Yatta Plateau. The park is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust, red elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, lesser kudu, gerenuk, and hirola. You will spend the night at Lion Hill Lodge.
You will have an early morning breakfast then leave Tsavo East for Tsavo West. Visit the rhino sanctuary and Mzima Springs as you view crocodiles and hippos in the specially constructed aquarium. Mzima Springs provides water to Mombasa residents. Other attractions include recent volcanoes, Shetani lava flow, and caves with potential for geological and cave exploration, as well as hiking.
Wildlife include leopard, cheetah, wild dogs, buffalo, rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra, lion, crocodile, mongoose, hyrax, dik- dik, lesser kudu, nocturnal porcupine, and prolific bird life featuring 600 species. You will spend the night at Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge.
The day’s game drive will take you to the poacher’s lookout where you will see the teeming herds in the plains below. Tsavo West offers some of the most magnificent game viewing in the world. You will spend the night at Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge.
A snowy plateau peeks out of the low-slung clouds, a white splash against a blue sky. An elephant, its massive tusks curved with age, parades by a pair of grazing zebras. Though your van, you will enjoy the welcoming shadow of Tanzania's Kilimanjaro, just over the border in Kenya's Amboseli National Park, a world of natural wonders.
The dramatic backdrop to your en-route game drive paints solitary trees and green grasses over the landscape. Renowned for its large population of free-ranging bush elephants, Amboseli also shelters wildebeest, African buffalo, zebras, black rhinos, and other plain animals, as well as 40 types of raptors and more than 400 bird species. You will spend the night at Sentrim Amboseli Lodge.
You will enjoy the luxury of time on today's game drive, as you venture deeper into Amboseli's savannah and bush. Search the skies and earth for the next photo op or animal sighting, both of which are ubiquitous in this diverse national park. You will spend the night at Sentrim Amboseli Lodge.
Today, after breakfast, you will depart Amboseli for Nairobi. You will spend the night in Nairobi.
After a delicious breakfast at your hotel, it is time to check-out and set off on your scenic drive to the Samburu National Reserve, arriving in time for lunch. After lunch, there is little time to settle in or have a quick nap before you set off on the first game drive. Surrounded by interestingly shaped hills, you will fall in love with this region.
Your afternoon drive will usually have you back in camp by sun down, but it all depends on what enthralling sightings you come across. Look out for the Samburu special big five, which includes the beisa oryx, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk, samburu ostrich, and gravy’s zebra, as well as the big cats, and everything else in between. You will spend the night at Sentrim Samburu Lodge.
Start your day with an early morning wake-up call so that you never miss a moment of the action. A morning game drive is often the best time to see many animals on the move before the heat of the day sets in. You will return to the lodge for breakfast and some time to relax and absorb the unique atmosphere of Africa, as you gaze out over the plains.
You can enjoy the refreshing swimming pool before and after lunch, and then it will be time to set out into the reserve again on your afternoon game drive. In addition to all the animals already mentioned, keep a look out for olive baboons, warthogs, and many species of antelope. There are also over 350 recorded species of birds in this reserve including kingfishers, sun birds, bee-eaters, storks, hornbills, and many raptors. You will spend the night at Sentrim Samburu Lodge.
Sit down to breakfast in Samburu and lunch at Aberdare Country Club, located in the heart of Kenya's coffee and tea region. You'll wind up your food tour at the Ark, Aberdare National Park lodge. The vista that unfolds at your final destination, Aberdare National Park, is enough to stun the senses. The majestic park soars to 4,300 meters (14,000 feet) above sea level, skimming mountaintops, and diving into v-shaped valleys, swooping under waterfalls, and soaring over moorland, rainforests, and bamboo forests.
Aberdare is your first chance to spot Africa's famed big five - the African elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, lion, and black rhinoceros, all in one place. You will spend the night at The Ark.
Your first glimpse of Lake Nakuru is almost unbelievable, as a sparkling, blue lake materializes before your eyes, its shoreline an explosion of cherry-blossom pink. These rosy hues are owed not to flowers, but to flamingos where millions of these blush-colored fowl line the coastline. An afternoon game drive introduces you to flamingos, and more than 400 bird species reside in Lake Nakuru National Park, which shares its lands with endangered Rothschild's giraffes, black rhinos, white rhinos, lions, buffaloes and baboons, among other incredible animals. You will spend the night at Sentrim Elementaita Lodge.
Today welcomes you to an iconic Kenyan experience, Masai Mara. After breakfast, you'll motor through the Great Rift Valley to end the day in the homeland of the Maasai. The Masai Mara Game Reserve is one of the world's most famous safari destinations, and for good reason. It has an incredible wildlife leave there and the region is cradle to a rich and colorful culture.
Late in the afternoon, you will find your hands latched to the vehicle's safety bar, as you bump out onto your first expedition into the Maasai bush lands. If the timing is right, you'll have the chance at a front-row seat to the eighth wonder of the world, the great wildebeest migration. For four months a year, millions of hulking gnu abandon the Tanzanian Serengeti to thunder over the plains of Masai Mara, in search of shelter and sustenance.
Thomson gazelles and zebras accompany the migration, infusing the region with big predators including cheetahs, lions, wild dogs, jackals, hyenas, and vultures. You will spend the night at Sentrim Mara Lodge.
You have two full days to discover the charms of the Masai Mara. There are a few options for you to consider: You could opt for an early morning game drive and return to the camp for breakfast. In this case, you will have a few hours of relaxation in camp before setting off again on a late afternoon drive. You can also treat yourself to a wonderful hot-air balloon excursion on one of the mornings. This will be followed by a bush breakfast and a leisurely drive back to camp with time to relax until the afternoon game drive.
Back at the camp, you can enjoy some quality time with your colleagues around the campfire, swooping your game viewing stories, sharing photos, and building lasting friendships. You will spend both nights at Sentrim Mara Lodge
After breakfast, you'll return to Nairobi. Later, you will be dropped off at your Nairobi hotel or the airport.
You will visit six different places: Samburu National Park, Aberdare National Park, Lake Elementaita, and Maasai Mara National Reserve, Tsavo East National Park, and Tsavo West National Park.
Aberdare National Park is the majestic park soars to 4,300 meters above sea level. You will be skimming mountain tops, diving into V-shaped valleys, swooping under waterfalls, and soaring over moorland, rainforests, and bamboo forests.
Famous for its flamingos, Lake Elementaita is the place where you can find over 400 bird species.
The Maasai Mara is a large game reserve in South-West Kenya. The name is derived from Maasai people and the Mara River, which divides it into eastern and western parts. The extensive savannah grassland in between the rolling hills hosts a large variety of wild animals.
Samburu National Reserve, a wilderness retreat of grassy savannah, rolling mountains, and glimmering horizons obstructed only by passing elephants, lions, leopards, zebras, and giraffes.
The park is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust red elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo,crocodile, waterbucks, Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk, and Hirola. It also has a prolific bird life featuring 500 recorded species.
Tsavo West is famous for its leopard, cheetah, wild dogs, buffalo, rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra, lion, crocodile, mongoose, hyrax, dik-dik, Lesser Kudu, and nocturnal porcupine. Its prolific bird life features 600 species.
During the trip, you will be served daily breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as afternoon tea.
Please book your flight to arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Sureway Tours will pick you up from the airport.
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