White Rhinos in Ol pejeta conservancy

You’ve been dreaming of your  safari for so long and now its finally about to begin. You’ll meet your guide who will tell you everything you need to know to get your safari started. We are excited as you are to get your Trip underway.

DAY 1: Nairobi – Olpejeta Conservancy

Rhinos are a big part of the experience when you visit Ol Pejeta. Apart from protecting some of Kenya’s largest populations of black and white rhino, Ol pejeta shelters the world’s last two northern while rhinos. There’s also a sanctuary for rescued chimps and the free-roaming wildlife includes the Big five commonly sighted.

You’ll love the warm light and cooler temperatures as we take you out to explore on your evening game drive.

High on the laikipia plateau of north-central Kenya, sweetwaters serena Camp is your fantastic base for exploring the wonderful Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The tents come in a range of styles and sizes, but they’re a large, warmly decorated and many look out over the wildlife-rich plains of Ol Pejeta. The high class facilities, include a gift shop, swimming pool and restaurant. You can also enjoy a drink in a bar that overlooks a floodlight waterhole that draws animals after dark.

DAY 2: Samburu National Reserve

Beautiful Samburu National reserve is sure to capture your heart. Some of the scenery, especially close to the riverbank, is spectacular, and the wildlife is terrific. If you’re lucky you’ll see all of the big cats, hyena, elephant, giraffe, hippo and Zebra.

You really feel like a part of the environment while also staying in great comfort in the thatch-roofed, mud-walled bungalows of Samburu Sopa Lodge. The rooms are large and filled with character, and the lodge has fine facilities that include a restaurant, bar and swimming pool. The location is also outstanding for exploring Samburu National Reserve in all its glory.

DAY 3: Explore Samburu National Reserve

Return to the splendid Samburu National Reserve and enjoy getting to know the place a little better.

Early morning game drive at the Samburu National Reserve. This is the perfect time to experience the wildlife and the landscapes they inhabit. The light is soft and warm – perfect for photography and most animals are out and about, and active.

Spend more time getting to know Samburu National Reserve with a longer stay at Samburu Sopa Lodge.

DAY 4: Lake Nakuru National Park

You’re in for a real treat when you visit Lake Nakuru National Park. It’s one of the best places anywhere  for seeing both black and white rhinos, but there are other highlights as well, including the possibility of seeing lions(some even climb trees here), leopards, flamingos and endangered Rothschild’s giraffes, rich birdlife, pretty acacia forests and a towering escarpment overlooking the lake all add to the natural drama.

Sarova lion hill game lodge has one of the best locations anywhere in Lake Nakuru National Park. It’s hidden away in a quiet valley filled with tres, but the lake and all its wildlife possibilities are really close by. The lodge has good rooms with en suite bathrooms and there are lots of lovely places where you can relax, such as in the swimming pool on the elegant lodge terrace.

DAY 5: Lake Naivasha

You’re almost guaranteed to see hippos when you visit Lake Naivasha, the highest of Kenya’s Rift Valley Lakes at 1884m above sea level. You might also see zebras and giraffes close to the shore of the lake.

Climbing gently from the shores of the lake, Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort is filled with charm, lovely grounds with lots of trees shelter luxury rooms in stone bungalows, while waterbuck and other antelopes often graze here. Watch out for wandering hippos at night. Amenities include a good restaurant, a cosy bar and a gorgeous pool.

DAY 6: Hells Gate National park – Naivasha

Spend more time exploring Lake Naivasha.

Expect a different experience in Hell’s Gate National Park than in any other Kenyan park. With no predators here, you can get out of your vehicle to enjoy the gorge scenery and look for zebra, giraffe, impala, buffalo and rock hyrax.

Return to Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge.

DAY 7: Maasai Mara National Reserve

We think you’ll love the Masai Mara National Reserve, one of the best places to watch wildlife anywhere in Kenya. You’re most guaranteed to see plenty of predators, including lions, leopards, cheetahs and spotted hyenas. With so many impalas, zebras, wildebeest and buffalos and other prey species here, as well as over 500 bird species, you’ll see plenty of safari action.

In the Masai Mara’s Siana Conservancy, Enkorok Mara Camp has pretty mountain views and wildlife(including elephants), often wanders through camp. The tents here are large and help you to feel both secure and a part of the local environment, listen to lions roaring in the night. It’s in a quiet area and you’ll eat well too.

DAY 8:Maasai Mara National Reserve

Enjoy longer in the Masai Mara National Reserve getting to know its many natural charms.

Stay again at Enkorok Mara Camp as you continue to explore the Masai Mara.

DAY 9: Nairobi

The end of your safari with us.

We’re sure it really has been a wonderful trip, but sadly it’s time for it to end. It has been an honor to look after you and hopefully provide you with many safari memories. We hope to see you again next time you go on safari.

•Transport in a comfortable pop up roof vehicle
•2 Nights Accommodation.
•All Government taxes and levies
•Meals on full Board Basis
•Game drives and professional Tour Guide services
•Bottled water a day while on safari.


•Park entry fees

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