- Twin accommodation
- Meals and Drinks
- Scheduled domestic flights
- Scheduled transfers
- Scheduled game activities
- Kenya National Park fees
House of Waine, Bateleur Camp, SaSaab Camp, Ol Donyo Wuas
This 10 day safari roaming the breathtaking savanna of the Masai
Mara National Reserve in search of its exceptional wildlife.
Being spoilt for choice at the wonderful selection of game
viewing adventures/ The open plains, rolling Chyulu Hills and
snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro.
Discovering the Samburu National Park's unique five: reticulated
giraffe, gerenuk antelope, Somali ostrich, Grevy's zebra and Beisa
Day 1: House of Waine, Nairobi, Kenya
Upon your arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport you
will be met and transferred to the House of Waine.
Kenya's capital is one of the largest and most influential
cities in Africa, an important commercial and financial regional
hub. It is the port of entry for most travellers to Kenya and
offers bustling markets, interesting history and numerous
attractions. Named after a Maasai watering hole, "enkare nyarobi",
which means "place of cool waters", Nairobi is known for its leafy
streets and parks. The skyline, with towering skyscrapers and
imposing architecture also draws one's attention soon after
arriving in the city. Not-to-be-missed are visits to the city's
beautiful Uhuru Park and an informative excursion to the Karen
Overnight at the House of Waine. Accommodation is in a beautiful
room with an ensuite bathroom. Your stay includes breakfast.
Day 2-4: Bateleur Camp, Masai Mara, Kenya
After a scrumptious breakfast you will be collected and driven
to Wilson Airport where you will board your scheduled flight to
Kichwa Airstrip. From the airstrip, you will experience your first
game drive on your way to Bateleur Camp.
The Masai Mara is Kenya's most renowned game park, situated in
the northern extension of the Serengeti. Its legendary Great
Migration, of over two million wildebeest and other antelope, has
been described as one of nature's greatest wildlife spectacles -
and an experience every safari enthusiast should witness at least
once in their lifetime. Game viewing in this celebrated park is
wonderful all round the year, with virtually guaranteed sightings
of the Big Five. The park takes its name from the Mara River, which
flows through the reserve, and the Maasai people, a tribe whose red
dress and proud demeanour have ensured they are probably Kenya's
best-known (and most-photographed) people.
Overnight for three nights at Bateleur Camp. Accommodation is in
a luxurious safari tent raised on a wooden platform, with a private
veranda. Your stay includes three meals daily, soft drinks,
house wines, local brand spirits and beers, teas and coffees,
emergency medical evacuation insurance, laundry, daily lodge
activities. Adventures include twice-daily game drives in
open game 4x4 safari vehicles, night drives on the camp's
concession, guided nature walks with a Maasai naturalist and
sundowners at a secret location that boasts spectacular views
across the Mara. Maasai community visits and hot air
ballooning are also available at an additional cost.
Day 5-6: SaSaab Camp, Samburu, Kenya
After a tantalising breakfast feast you will be driven to the
airstrip where you will board your scheduled flight to Samburu.
Upon your arrival you will be met by a representative from SaSaab
Camp who will drive you to the camp.
The best feature of Samburu is not the wildlife or the
picturesque surroundings, but the fact that it is one of the
lesser-visited regions in Kenya. The peaceful atmosphere and the
authentic wilderness experience set it apart from the better-known
wildlife reserves in Kenya. Situated on the banks of the Ewaso
Ngíro River, with its palm groves and dense forests, there is
plentiful wildlife and the bird watching is especially good. The
rest of the reserve is fairly hot and semi-arid, making for easy
Overnight for two nights at Sasaab Camp. Accommodation is in a
beautiful room with a lovely ensuite bathroom, private pool and
open veranda. Your stay includes three meals daily, soft drinks,
wines, beers, local spirits, bottled water, laundry and daily
activities. Adventures include game drives, guided walks,
informative cultural excursions and camel walks.
Day 7-9: Ol Donyo Wuas, Chyulu Hills National Park, Kenya
Tuck into a scrumptious breakfast before your drive back to the
airstrip where you will board your private chartered flight to the
Tsavo west airstrip. Upon your arrival you will be met by a
representative from Ol Donyo Wuas who will drive you to the
Tucked away in between the renowned Tsavo West and Amboseli
National Parks, the striking and diverse landscapes of the Chyulu
Hills National Park are a must-see whilst journeying through Kenya.
The park includes a collection of ancient volcanic cinder cones and
craters, with the most recent volcanic peak forming just 500 years
ago. It is also home to the longest lava tube in the world.
Visitors will delight in the breathtaking vistas of Mt Kilimanjaro
and the wonderful selection of game that includes buffalo,
antelope, elephant, leopard, wildebeest and zebra. The West Chyulu
Game Conservation area can be found in the park and is owned by
several Maasai groups, while in the south-west corner of the park
lies the birdwatcher's paradise of Lake Jipe.
Overnight for three nights at Ol Donyo Wuas. Accommodation is in
a charming cottage with a spacious ensuite bathroom. Your stay
includes three meals daily, soft drinks, beer, house wine, laundry
and daily activities. Adventures include game drives, guided
walks, horseback safaris and Masai cultural visits.
Day 10: Departure
Enjoy an early morning game-drive and breakfast before your
drive back to the airstrip where you will board your scheduled
flight to Wilson Airport.