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Kenya Safari

Premier Kenya - 14 Days

Small group Adventure Safari - 13 nights / 14 days

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Lion Bufallo Cultural Village, Masai People Zebras
Tour code: PK

A small group safari starting and ending in Nairobi in lodge and permanent tented camp accommodation giving you a comprehensive and relaxed journey to Kenya's top notch game parks and reserves.

Departs: Nairobi, Kenya.
Ends: Nairobi, Kenya.
Group size: Guaranteed from 4 guests; 12 guests maximum. *Guaranteed departures with no minimum pax available, please enquire.

Summary
A small group lodge safari from covering the classic destinations of Kenya.

Highlights
Nairobi, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Samburu National Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park, Masai Mara National Reserve, Lake Naivasha, Amboseli National Reserve, Tsavo West National Park, Boat Cruise at Crescent Island National Park, Masai Village Visit, Samburu Village Visit, Walking Safari.

Meals
Breakfast and dinner will be prepared by the lodge where you are staying. They will also prepare lunch or a lunch pack depending on the itinerary for the day.

SAFARI COST (2016): Call for Pricing.

SINGLE SUPPLEMENT (2016): Call for Pricing.

PARK FEES PAYMENT (2016): Call for Pricing.
Park fees are subject to increase at any time without notice.

 


Map for Premier Kenya - 14 Days Tour

DAY 1; (1 Night)
NAIROBI, Kenya  [Hotel]

Nairobi, KenyaUpon your evening arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi, you will be met at the arrival lounge by our driver guide and transferred to your city hotel for relaxation.


Overnight:
Ole Sereni Hotel or similar.
Meals: Dinner: at Ole Sereni Hotel or similar.


DAY 2; (1 Night)
OL PEJETA CONCERVANCY, Kenya
  [Tented Camp]

Black Rhino ConservationWe depart after breakfast and drive northwards passing the foot of Mount Kenya and its lush, green plantations, proceeding to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy with wildlife viewing en-route and arriving by mid-day at your tented camp for lunch. After relaxation, we head out for afternoon game viewing till late afternoon. Ol Pejeta is famous for its Black Rhino conservation project as well as a rich abundance of other mammals and bird species. Its game-to-area ratio is unequalled in Kenya.


Overnight:
Serena Sweetwater's Tented Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Ole Sereni Hotel or similar; Lunch: at Serena Sweetwater's Tented Camp or similar; Dinner: at Serena Sweetwater's Tented Camp.

DAY 3; (1 Night)
SAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE, Kenya
  [Lodge]

Samburu Game LodgeThis day after breakfast, we head out towards Samburu National Reserve located in what was famously referred to as the northern frontier district. The reserve's wildlife comprises of a unique species of creatures including Gravy Zebra, Reticulated Giraffe, Besia Oryx, Greater and Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk, Somali ostrich and the pancake tortoise. There are over 450 species of birds identified as well as aquatic species in the Ewaso Nyiro River. We arrive with game viewing enroute to the lodge for lunch. In the afternoon, we depart for our game viewing until sunset.


Overnight: Samburu Game Lodge or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Serena Sweetwater's Tented Camp or similar; Lunch: at Samburu Game Lodge or similar; Dinner: at Samburu Game Lodge or similar.


DAY 4; (1 Night)
SAMBURU NATIONAL PARK, Kenya
  [Lodge]

Samburu village visitAfter breakfast, we depart for our morning game drive returning back to the lodge by midday for lunch. Relax at the lodge in the heat of the day before re-joining our driver guide for afternoon game viewing.


Overnight: Samburu Game Lodge or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Samburu Game Lodge or similar; Lunch: at Samburu Game Lodge or similar; Dinner: at Samburu Game Lodge or similar.


DAY 5; (1 Night)
LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

The bird watchers paradiseAn early morning start, we depart after breakfast and continue to Lake Nakuru National Park with game viewing en-route, arriving by mid-day for lunch at our tented camp. After relaxation, we head out for afternoon game viewing in the park. Lake Nakuru, is christened "The bird watcher’s paradise" and is described as the greatest ornithological site in the world, a top touristic destination with over 400 recorded species of birds. Around the lake one can find flamingos as well as a wide range of waders including Avocet, while large rafts of pelican can also be seen sweeping the water in unison. Other animals found in the park include white rhinos, lions, African buffalos, the Rothschild giraffe, baboons, zebras, impalas, vervet monkeys, waterbucks, and a variety of water birds (yellow-billed pelicans, marabou storks, hammerkops, fish eagles etc.).


Overnight: Flamingo Hill Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Samburu Game Lodge or similar; Lunch: at Flamingo Hill Camp or similar; Dinner: at Flamingo Hill Camp or similar.


DAY 6; (1 Night)
MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

Game Drive, Masai Mara National ReserveAfter a hearty breakfast at camp, we depart on a morning game drive en-route to the world renowned Masai Mara Game Reserve, arriving in the late afternoon at your tented camp.


Overnight: Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Flamingo Hill Camp or similar; Lunch: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar; Dinner: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar.


DAY 7; (1 Night)
MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

WildebeestWe spend this day with morning and afternoon game drives in the reserve. The Masai Mara is one of Africa's most famous safari destinations. Notorious for its great wildlife population, the reserve stretches 1,510 sq. km (580 sq. miles) and raises 1,500-2,170 meters above sea level. The terrain of the park is primarily grassland and riverine forest with clumps of distinctive acacia trees. This is where the Great Wildebeest Migration unfolds between the Masai Mara and the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania with over TWO MILLION wildebeest, zebra and Thomson's gazelle migrating annually.


Overnight: Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar; Lunch: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar; Dinner: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar.


DAY 8; (1 Night)
MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE  [Tented Camp]

HipposToday after breakfast, we leave our vehicles behind and head out for a morning walking safari in one of the private concessions adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve. This gives you an opportunity to learn animal tracking and find closer interaction with the wildlife. In the afternoon we set off on a game drive till sunset.


Overnight: Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar; Lunch: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar; Dinner: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar.


DAY 9; (1 Night)
LAKE NAIVASHA, Kenya  [Lodge]

Lake Naivasha Sopa LodgeWe depart after breakfast, driving leisurely to the shores of Lake Naivasha and arriving by midday which will afford you some time to relax before lunch. In the afternoon, we board a boat for a cruise to the Crescent Island National Park. We walk through the island which offers ample easily spotted wildlife like giraffes, waterbucks, elands, wildebeests, zebras and impalas. The island is also a heaven for birds with more than 200 species recorded. The lake has a lot of hippos, which you can easily view from the island.


Overnight: Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Mara Eden Luxury Camp or similar; Lunch: at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge or similar; Dinner: at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge or similar.


DAY 10; (1 Night)
AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

Maasai village visitWe drive past Nairobi to reach Amboseli National Reserve, which is our destination for the day. Arriving at mid-day, lunch will be served followed by relaxation at the camp. In the afternoon we visit a Maasai village where we learn about the tribe, interact and dance to their traditional songs.


Overnight: Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge or similar; Lunch: at Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar; Dinner: at Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar.


DAY 11; (1 Night)
AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

Amboseli National ReserveWe spend this day with morning and afternoon game drives in the reserve. Despite its small size at only 392 km², streams from Kilimanjaro, the second highest mountain in the world, surface in the centre of Amboseli, creating wetlands that support a rich diversity of wildlife and most of the classic big mammals are therefore found here. The species list includes lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, spotted hyena, giraffe and cheetah, and bird watchers will be happy with a bird list that tops 300 species.


Overnight: Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar; Lunch: at Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar; Dinner: at Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar.


DAY 12; (1 Night)
TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

Arriving at Tsavo West National ParkAfter breakfast, we drive to Tsavo West National Park arriving by mid-morning and proceed with game viewing until mid-day when we proceed to the lodge for check-in and lunch. Relax at your lodge in the heat of the day before departing for an afternoon game drive in the park until late afternoon, then retire back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.


Overnight: Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Amboseli Kibo Camp or similar; Lunch: at Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar; Dinner: at Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar.


DAY 13; (1 Night)
TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK, Kenya  [Tented Camp]

Crocodile at the famous Mzima SpringsWe have another exciting day of game drives ahead of us, spending the morning and the afternoon in the national park. At nearly 22,000 km², Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya and one of the biggest in the world. Indeed, its size has led to the park being split into two sections - Tsavo West and Tsavo East - for easier administration. It's a classic savannah park of rolling grasslands and open woodland. The reserve is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust–red elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile at the famous Mzima Springs, waterbucks, Lesser Kudu and Gerenuk among others.


Overnight: Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar; Lunch: at Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar; Dinner: at Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar.


DAY 14; (Departure)
TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK - NAIROBI, Kenya  [TOUR ENDS]

Tsavo West National Park, KenyaThis is our last day of safari and after breakfast, we pick up packed lunches and depart for Nairobi embarking on a final morning game drive in the Tsavo National Park en-route. We will arrive late in the afternoon and at the famous Carnivore Restaurant and enjoy a farewell meal (for your own account).

After dinner and depending on your home bound flight, you will be transferred back to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for your departure.


Overnight: NONE.
Meals:
Breakfast: at Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar; Lunch: lunch pack from Ngulia Safari Lodge or similar.



Note: The accommodation specified in the itinerary is a guide only and is subject to availability. Alternatives will be nearby and of a similar standard.

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Included
Thirteen (13) night safari in lodge / permanent tented camps all with en-suite bathrooms, all transport in 4x4 Land Cruisers with pop-up roof and guaranteed window seat for exceptional game viewing and photography, game drives, meals and activities as mentioned in the itinerary, park fees (quoted separately), and services of an experienced professional guide.

Excluded
Visa fees, flights and airport taxes, pre and post tour accommodation, travel insurance, health requirements, all drinks, tips, telephone calls, optional activities, curios & items of a personal nature.

Transport
We use fully equipped customized 12-seater 4x4 safari vehicles, Toyota Land Cruisers or other appropriate vehicles with comfortable seating, large windows for game viewing and a music system. The vehicles are fully air-conditioned and equipped with pop-up roofs to facilitate the best game viewing. All luggage, besides hand luggage and photo equipment, is carried on the vehicle roof rack or trailer to ensure maximum comfort in the vehicle.

Travelling Times and Distances
All travelling times are affected by road conditions, border crossings, detours and weather conditions, therefore on certain days travelling times may be longer than anticipated especially where there is a lot of distance to be covered. Please keep in mind that the time it takes to travel 100 km in your home country is not equivalent to the time it takes to travel 100 km on African roads, therefore we encourage you to sit back and enjoy the spectacular scenery Africa has to offer. Where possible additional stops will be made to ensure your travelling comfort at all times.

Accommodation
For our accommodated safaris, we make use of typical, mid-range African standard lodge accommodation. Accommodation is situated either in national parks, on the banks of a river, or in other places of interest. The accommodation will be a mix of lodges, chalets and tented camps, all with en-suite facilities. Some properties are equipped with swimming pools and/or bar areas.

Spending Money
Clients are advised to bring enough money to cover the purchase of curios, tips for the guide and additional entertainment. US Dollars and Kenyan Shilling are the most practical and convenient currencies.

Meals
Breakfast and dinner will be prepared by the lodge where you are staying. They will also prepare lunch or a lunch pack depending on the itinerary for the day.

First Aid
Our guides are trained in basic first aid and the vehicle is equipped with a medical aid kit. Preventative Malaria medication should be taken before the trip and throughout its duration and it is advisable to consult a doctor prior to departure. Yellow Fever vaccinations are compulsory, and your yellow fever certificate should be presented on arrival – please contact your Travel Clinic before departure.

Luggage
Maximum baggage allowance: 12 kg. We stipulate this luggage allowance, as an overloaded vehicle is a danger to both the clients and the guide. This does not include photographic equipment and a small daypack. Please bring soft-sided luggage (e.g. a backpack or soft barrel bag), not a suitcase. Don't bring too much clothing, as there are washing opportunities along the way. Please adhere to the allowance specified as space for luggage is limited.

Visas
The onus is on the client to organize all visas required for a visit to Kenya prior to departure.

Information on Areas Visited
KENYA
Few countries can match the combination of a mild and equable climate, magnificent landscapes and superb wildlife reserves and national parks. More than 40 different ethnic groups with different origins and languages form a mix of cultures and traditions. The country is bordered to the north by Sudan and Ethiopia and Somalia to the north-east; to the west by Uganda and to the south by Tanzania. The eastern border is the Indian Ocean. The Equator cuts through the middle and in the course of a Kenya safari may be crossed more than once.

Kenya's splendid national parks and game reserves are as varied as the people. The vastness of Tsavo compares with the celebrated and more verdant Maasai Mara, famous for its lions and abundance of species. The Maasai Mara is where, around July and August, nature's most exciting spectacle begins and lasts until October. Hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, with attendant zebra, gazelle and predators migrate into the Mara from neighboring Serengeti to mate and continue their journey back to Tanzania to calve. The Mara is one of the very few places in the world where the visitor stands a good chance of seeing and photographing the legendary Big Five in a single trip: buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino, to which may be added the elegant and vulnerable cheetah.

Nairobi, the country's capital city, is a sophisticated and cosmopolitan centre where one may shop, dine well and stay at hotels as well appointed as anywhere in the world.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a conservation project mostly aimed at rescuing and preservation of endangered species of wildlife. Ol Pejeta's game-to-area ratio tops the Kenyan park and reserve league. It is the only park where the big 5 and chimpanzees can be seen and is also where the fastest growing population of rhino in Africa can be found.

Samburu National Reserve
Samburu Reserve, established in 1985, is an arid, hilly region with riverine forests, doum palms, acacia woodland and scrubland, offering a dramatic and rugged landscape in a rather remote location of Kenya. The park is situated on the banks of the Ewaso Ngiro River and its shady trees which attracts plenty of wildlife. Giraffe, buffalo, waterbuck and zebra (including the endangered Grevy's zebra) from the surrounding savannah plains trek to the water.

Lion, leopard and cheetah are also quite easy to spot, thanks in part to the lack of grass cover. Samburu is also home to large herds of elephants, and the reserve is well known for providing the opportunity to see wildlife that only lives in the dry north of Kenya. The Samburu National Reserve was one of the two areas in which conservationists George Adamson and Joy Adamson raised Elsa the Lioness made famous in the best selling book and award winning movie Born Free.

Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru, christened "The bird watchers paradise" and described as the greatest ornithological site in the world is a top touristic destination with over 400 recorded species of birds. Around the Lake one can find flamingoes, a wide range of waders including Avocet, while large rafts of Pelican can also be seen sweeping the water in unison. Other than birdlife the park boasts of other animals such as Lions, White Rhinos, African Buffalos, Rothschild Giraffes, Zebras, Impalas, Olive Baboons, Vervet Monkeys, Waterbucks, a variety of water birds (Yellow-billed Pelicans, Marabou Storks, Hammerkops, Fish Eagles among others.

Masai Mara National Reserve
The Mara, as it's popularly referred to, is Kenya's most frequented wildlife viewing area. Situated about 280 kms from Nairobi the name means "Spotted Plain" in the language of the Maasai, the colorful and interesting tribe which inhabits the surrounding areas. The Maasai have been living in harmony with nature and wildlife for centuries and it is mostly due to their beliefs and traditions that the area is still rich in wildlife. Whilst staying in the Maasai Mara, it's possible to visit an authentic manyatta or village for insights into the culture and lifestyle of the Maasai. During the seasonal migrations, the Mara is home to up to half a million wildebeest and an equally impressive number of zebra who move into the area from neighbouring Tanzania. These large numbers of animals give rise to a proportionate number of predators, especially the big cats. Lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena roam the vast grassy plains on the lookout for their next meal. It may be an unsuspecting impala or gazelle or even something small like a warthog or African hare. Whatever the players, the spectacle of nature unfolding is always awesome. Here it's also possible to observe; elephant, giraffe, baboon, African buffalo, eland, ostrich, bat-eared fox, jackal and sometimes the rare rhino. The rivers abound with hippos and crocodiles.

Lake Naivasha
Lake Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake, fringed by thick papyrus. The lake is almost 13kms across, but its waters are shallow with an average depth of five metres. Lake area varies greatly according to rainfall, with an average range between 114 and 991 sq kms. At the beginning of the 20th Century, Naivasha completely dried up and effectively disappeared. The resulting open land was farmed, until heavy rains a few years later caused the lake to return to existence, swallowing up the newly established estates. Much of the lake is surrounded by forests of the yellow barked Acacia Xanthophlea, known as the yellow fever tree. These forests abound with bird life, and Naivasha is known as a world class birding destination. The waters of the lake draw a great range of wildlife to these shores. Giraffes wander among the acacia, Buffalo wallow in the swamps and Colobus monkeys call from the treetops while the Lakes large hippo population sleep the day out in the shallows.

The region surrounding the Lake is well worth exploring. A boat ride to Crescent Island National Park is a great way to spend the afternoon, walk through the island which offers easy to see wildlife like giraffes, waterbucks, elands, wildebeests, zebras and impalas. The island is also a heaven for birds with +200 species recorded.

Hell's Gate National Park lies beside the lake. This Park was named for its pair of massive red tinged cliffs framing a geothermically active interior of steam vents and bubbling springs. The park is home to a profusion of plains game and birdlife. Walking is permitted, making it ideal for hiking, biking, and rock climbing.

Sunsets are always stunning, with the haunting call of a Fish Eagle high over the Lake bringing the day to a perfect end....

Amboseli National Reserve
Amboseli National Park is situated near the border of Kenya and Tanzania in the south east region of Kenya about 250 kms from Nairobi. Magnificent views of snow-capped Kilimanjaro greet visitors from anywhere in the park. The best time to see it, however, is early morning or just around sunset as it's more than likely it will be cloaked in clouds during the day. Africa's highest mountain erupted millions of years ago spewing volcanic rock across the plains. The park takes it's name from the Masai word meaning "salty dust". Year round springs which filter down from the snows and glaciers of the mountain provide an excellent source of water for the numerous species of wildlife in the park as well as habitat for water fowl. The largest elephants in Africa live here and on some mornings over 600 have been counted in the swamps where the bird life is also colourful and prolific. There are resident zebra and wildebeest as well as Thompson's gazelle, warthog, giraffe, vervet monkeys, baboon and black-backed jackal. It's possible to arrange a visit to a nearby manyatta or Maasai village and see how these fascinating and proud people conduct their daily lives.

Tsavo West National Park
At nearly 22,000km², Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world. Indeed, its size has led to the park being split into two sections - Tsavo West and Tsavo East - for easier administration. It's a classic savannah park of rolling grasslands and open woodland, arid and dusty in the dry season; green and well-watered after the rains. Tsavo' means 'Place of Slaughter' in the Akamba language – a reference to early years when Masai, who were renowned for taking no prisoners, launched periodic cattle raids on the Akamba and Waliangulus tribes, who used the area as a hunting ground prior to gazettement. Construction of the railway reached Tsavo River in 1898. During construction of the bridge lions terrorized the workers, killing over 130 people before being killed by Col. Patterson. The lions came to be known as the 'Man eaters of Tsavo'.

The park offers tremendous views with diverse habitats ranging from mountains, river forest, lakes and wooded grassland. It has a vast expanse of savanna stretching along the Mombasa-Nairobi road and south to the Tanzanian border. The north eastern boundary along the highway adjoins Tsavo East National Park, but Tsavo West has a more varied topography and a more diverse array of habitats than its neighbour. MzimaAt Mzima Springs, in the North of the park, water that has filtered underground from the Chyulu Hills gushes from below a lava ridge into a series of clear pools. With its underwater viewing points for observing resident hippos Mzima Springs is a star attraction and well worth a visit on your Kenya safari.

Activities
Maasai & Samburu village visit
Maasai and Samburu village visits are always entertaining with the performances of their tribal ceremonies. The traditional "call and respond" songs may be in praise of warriors who have killed a lion or had a successful cattle raid. There are also songs and dances of love, courtship and marriage. These colourful exhibitions are always a hit with guests who are free to join in the celebration should they feel the urge.

Masai Mara Nature walk
Leave your vehicle behind and take a walking safari with one of our experienced and qualified naturalists for the true thrill of the bush. Down on the same level as the animals you will experience the untamed beauty of the Mara. The walk takes place in a private concession area adjacent to the Masai Mara Game Reserve, where the scenery differs from inside the Reserve and picturesque acacia trees dot the hilly landscape. Throughout the whole nature walk you will be accompanied by a guide and Masai watchmen, who are responsible for your safety. Children under 10 years are, for safety reasons, not allowed to participate in walking safaris.

 

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