14 days – Best of Kenya Safari

Kenya is sometimes described as the world in a nutshell. This is due to the large number of geographical features, historical sites, different species of animals, a variety of birds, and the 42 tribes that live together. Most of these things found in Kenya can only be found in various countries in different parts of the world, but if you go to Kenya, start your safari from Lake Naivasha, one of only two freshwater lakes in the great valley. of the Kenya Rift. , where the crocodiles cannot stay because its waters are too cold.

Continue down to the famous Masai Mara Game Reserve, known worldwide for its annual wildebeest migration, meander north to see the beautiful flamingos in their bulk at Pink Lake, continue to Lake Baringo and Bogoria to boil an egg in the heat. Bogorian fountains. This will be followed by a trip to a park in the desert part of Kenya, Samburu, whose animals are totally different from those below the equator. Pass through the base of Mount Kenya to visit the Mau mau caves, where freedom fighters hid during the pre-colonial period, and trek to Amboseli, Tsavo East and West and return to Nairobi. Here it goes: –

Day 1: Nairobi/Masaai Mara

Depart Nairobi and drive south to stop at the Great Rift Valley lookout point. After the stunning view, head to Narok town for lunch and then to Masaai Mara to arrive for an afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at the campsite.

Day 2: Maasai Mara

After breakfast, spend a full day enjoying the best that nature has to offer in this game reserve by having your picnic lunch at the hippo pools and return to camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Maasai Mara

Game-drive in the morning in the game reserve with the optional nature walk or a visit to the Masaai village at a small price in the afternoon meals (optional) and overnight in the camp.

Day 4: Masaai Mara/L. Naivasha

After breakfast and morning game drive, head to Naivasha with lunch en route and a visit to Hell’s Gate Park.[one of the few parks where you can walk or cycle to see the wild animals]. There is a geothermal power station and very beautiful scenery, dinner and overnight at the camp or budget hotel.

Day 5: L.Naivasha/L. Nakuru

After breakfast, drive to Nakuru for game viewing and to see millions of flamingos among other birds.[about 350 species recorded]This is also the home of the black and white rhinoceros. Dinner and accommodation in a cheap hotel.

Day 6: Nakuru/Bogoria/Baringo

After breakfast, drive to L. Bogoria to see the hot springs and geysers, as well as the many birds. After lunch, head to L. Baringo for a boat ride (optional) to see birds and ancient caves. Dinner and overnight at hotel/camping.

Day 7: Baringo/Samburu

Depart for Samburu in the morning after breakfast via Thomson’s Falls. Lunch is on the way and arrive in time for the afternoon game drive to see a world of difference. Dinner and overnight at the campsite.

Day 8: Samburu

Morning and afternoon safari in Samburu with the opportunity to see rare species of animals and plants. Meals and night at the campsite.

Day 9: Samburu/Mt. Kenya

After breakfast, leave Samburu for Nanyuki and arrive for lunch before visiting the equator and Mau Mau caves, where freedom fighters used to hide during WWII dinner and overnight in a budget hotel .

Day 10: Mount Kenya/Amboseli

After breakfast, stop by the largest open-air market in East and Central Africa.[Karatina]. Drive to Nairobi for lunch and continue to Amboseli for an overnight game drive, dinner and overnight at camp.

Day 11: Amboseli

Full day in Amboseli with the option to walk through nature, visit the Masaai village or swim in one of the lodges. Meals and night at the campsite.

Day 12: Amboseli/Tsavo West

After breakfast, drive through the Chyulu Hills to Tsavo West National Park, arriving in time for lunch. After lunch, enjoy your game drive and visit the famous Mzima springs. [the source of drinking water for Mombasa]. Dinner and overnight at the campsite.

Day 13: Tsavo West/Tsavo East

After breakfast, drive to Tsavo East, which is popular for its large number of man-eating elephants and lions during the construction of the Kenya-Uganda railway line. Lunch on arrival, safari in the park, dinner and overnight at the campsite.

Day 14: Tsavo/Nairobi

After breakfast, catch your last game as you leave the park for Nairobi, arriving in the afternoon.

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