Which means hello in Swahili
Let’s explore the abundance of wildlife this beautiful country has to offer. The big 5 of the game safari, The Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and the Cape Buffalo are a common site in this country. Also we get Giraffe’s, Zebras, Hippo’s, flamingos and other innumerable wildlife.
Today you arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi where you will be met by our team outside the arrival area. You will then be taken to your hotel and checked in. Lay back and relax the rest of the day.
Today after breakfast we will head out to Lake Nakuru National park where you will be checked in at the accommodation. After lunch we will go out on a Game drive in the park. In the night enjoy the beautiful night sky while you have your dinner.
Rise and shine, Today you are going on an early morning game drive before coming back to the lodge to enjoy your breakfast. Later we drive out to Lake Naivasha where you will embark on a boat ride on this freshwater lake. After the ride, we will drive to our accommodation.
You can relax at the resort in the evening before having a delicious dinner.
Today after breakfast we will drive to the famous Masai Mara National Reserve where we will check you into the accommodation before getting Lunch
In the afternoon we will head out on our first game drive in the reserve. Relax and gaze at the night sky before having dinner at the camp.
Spend your next two days at the amazing Masai Mara Reserve as you go on Game drives in the Morning and Afternoon to spot all sorts of different animals. All the meals will be provided as you stay at the Camp.
Today continue with the game drives in the morning and afternoon
It's your last day in this beautiful country. After breakfast, we will leave for Nairobi where we will have lunch once we arrive. Later it is time to say good bye as you are taken to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for your flight back home.
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Love it or hate it, Carnivore serves up Kenya's most famous nyama choma (barbecued meat) – it's been an icon for tourists, expats and wealthier locals for over 25 years. At the entrance is a huge barbecue pit laden with real swords of beef, pork, lamb, chicken and farmed game meats such as crocodile and ostrich. It's a memorable night out.
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Utamaduni is a large crafts emporium and easily one of the best places to souvenir shop in Nairobi, with more than a dozen shops selling all kinds of excellent African artworks and souvenirs. Prices start relatively high, but there’s none of the hard sell you’d get in town. A portion of all proceeds goes to local conservation and other charitable projects.
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