Kenya Safari Tourist Packages

Day 1
Nairobi - Aberdare National Park - The Ark

Our tour guide will be waiting for you at Nairobi and take you to Aberdares National Park. You’ll check-in at Aberdares County and visit this national park spanning 767 Sq Km. It covers Central Kenya mountain ranges (altitude 1829 – 4001 m). African bush elephant, giant forest hog, cape buffalo, and golden cat are just some of the attractions here. It is said that lions have been moved to other national parks to protect bogo antelopes.

Day 2
Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is your next destination, which is a beautiful water body supporting hippos, waterbucks, fishes, and more than 400 varieties of birds (eagle, flamingos, etc.). As the water will be available remains throughout the year due to rainfalls, and the surroundings remain green, this place is frequented by white and black rhinos, leopards, baboons, buffaloes, zebras, giraffes, etc. Stay in the Lake Naivasha lodge for the night.

Day 3
Maasai Mara - Game Drive

Today you’ll be taken by a safari van to Maasai Mara Game Reserve, where two days will be spent. Combined with Serengeti National Park of Tanzania, Maasai Mara forms a greatest wildlife reserve sheltering 95 varieties of mammals and 570 recorded bird species. Availability of pasture and presence grazing animals like wildebeests and other herbivores like gazelle, zebra, and antelopes has made this a great hunting ground for lions, cheetah, and many beasts of prey. Maasai Mara is a 1,510 Sq Km area demanding considerable time of tourists to experience everything the reserve has to offer.

Day 4
Maasai Mara Game Reserve

The fourth day is for exploring the reserve and capturing the live action of beasts in your cameras. Watching animals like lions, wild elephants, rhinos closer can be thrilling as you’re constantly exposed to danger along with the beasts. A motionless crocodile or a grazing rhino may charge you for intruding into its territory. Be prepared for the action.

Day 5
Explore Nairobi

Today you’ll reach Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. Nairobi is a word derived from “Enkare Nairobi,” meaning “cool water” (referring to Nairobi River). Skyscrapers hosting international firms, restaurants with a wide range of non-vegetarian foods, great nightlife, and wilderness are all part of this puzzle of a city. As most will say about this city, you may like it or hate it, but will keep coming for it.

Day 6

You’ll be dropped till Airport for the departure journey.

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