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Africa’s oldest safari destination, Kenya still offers visitors the superlative wildlife encounters the country has long been renowned for. This sampler includes three of Kenya’s most impressive nature sanctuaries: Nairobi the city in the sun, Amboseli National Park, the Laikipia Wildlife Conservancies and the famed Maasai Mara National Reserve the lake Nakuru National park. Watch elephants trundle across the savanna beneath snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro, scout for black rhinos making an impressive comeback at the laikipia plain conservancies, and marvel at plains game crossing the Mara plains with vigilant predators in pursuit.


Day 1-3


The famed Maasai Mara is one of Africa’s most acclaimed wildlife reserves, renowned for its wildebeest migration, prides of lion and huge herds of plains animals. The Mara is the northern portion of the Serengeti Plains, and we find excellent wildlife viewing all year long in these grasslands. The reserve is named for the Maasai tribes people, the traditional inhabitants of the area who graze cattle here, and the Mara River that runs through it.

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The beautiful volcanic lake of the rift valley and the park surrounding it abound with abundant birdlife including the pink flamingo and the great African pelican.9 450 species of birs have been identified here). Together withabudant wildlife that includes an almost sure sight of the rare white Rhino and its sly cousin the black rhino, the rothchild giraffe and vast herds of the African Buffallo and various antelopes and gazelles.



The dramatic Laikipia region, wild and sparsely populated, has become a center for global conservation leadership. Much of Laikipia is comprised of privately owned ranches that have been combined by local communities to create vast conservancies, with free-ranging wildlife including elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and abundant plains game. Renowned among Laikipia’s sanctuaries is Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, which has played a critical role in sustaining endangered rhinoceros, Grevy’s zebra and sitatunga.




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A rough outpost amidst a highland swamp as the colonial capital of British East Africa in 1907, Nairobi today is the urban heartbeat of independent Kenya and one of Africa’s most important cities. Nairobi has long been a meeting point for adventurers and travelers from all over the world, and most Kenya safaris still originate here. Nairobi’s national museum and the historic home of Karen Blixen, author of Out of Africa, are popular attractions.

Nairobi is one of Africa big cosmopolitan cities, a bregional hub for most multinational companies and the headquarters the biggest United Nations departments The UNEP and also UN-HABITAT together with many international charitable organizations. 

Nairobi has also a vibrant night life catering for both locals and international workers and visitor.

A must places to visit are the David Sheldrick elephant orphanage, the giraffe Centre, and the Karen Blixen museum and coffee house.

Day 11-13


Elephants abound in Amboseli, and to see these African icons against the backdrop of snow-topped Mount Kilimanjaro is a timeless image of the continent. This mosaic of dusty plains and swampy springs is also home to buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, impala, hyena, lion, leopard, cheetah and a third of Kenya’s nearly 1,100 bird species. The nearby photogenic black lava Chyulu Hills are a captivating area of ancient craters, rolling grasslands and aromatic cedar ..

A drive back to Nairobi to arrive in time for the airport.

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