African Retreat Tours & Travels Ltd
Windsor House, 5th Flr
Muindi Mbingu St, CBD
P.O. Box 7362-00100, Nairobi - Kenya
An ideal safari to those who want to see beautiful scenery, learn about the Masai culture and a lot of wild game.
Tour starts Nairobi-Ends NAIROBI.
Transportation: standard 9 seater van with pop up roof with radio communication.
Activities include: game viewing, bird watching, and visit to Masai village
Minimum: 2 Pax
Lake Nakuru lies in the Great Rift Valley and is one of the eight lakes, which stretch the length of Kenya. After breakfast a scenic drive along the descent of the Great Rift Valley towards one of the world ornithological wonders (Lake Nakuru).
The park is known for its seasonal multitudes of pink flamingoes, numerous large mammals can be found here i.e. leopards, rhinos and many herbivores including waterbucks. You will arrive in time for Lunch thereafter a short rest before proceeding for evening game viewing. Dinner and overnight at Sarova Lion Hill. Meal Plan (L, D)
After a sumptuous breakfast we across the Rift Valley to Masai Mara Game Reserve. Masai Mara is justly one of the best-known wildlife areas in Kenya. Here the herds of elephants browse amongst rich studded grasslands.
Thompson's gazelle, zebra, eland and many more species of Savannah game offer a rich choice for predatory lions, leopards and cheetahs. But even this richness of fauna and untouched life of Africa; continuing as it has for thousands of years, is secondary to the Mara; s annual migration of wildebeest. The spectacle of more than a million of these creatures moving as a great mass is the most breathtaking sights in nature. Arrive in the Mara in time for lunch. After an afternoon siesta, proceed for evening game viewing. Dinner and overnight will be at Mara Simba Lodge or similar. Meal plan (B, L, D)
The sheer enormity of the Mara and the abundance of exotic wildlife offer endless opportunities for excitement. Today we spend this Full day in natural paradise among Zebra, giraffe, buffalo wildebeest, antelope and gazelle. We will encounter prides of lion resting in the shade of acacia trees or lying low in the tall grass, in wait for the next prey. There is a good chance of spotting cheetah and if you are lucky, the shy leopard. Meal plan (B L, D)
After breakfast, cross the Rift Valley to Nairobi, arriving late afternoon. Meal Plan (B)