This new program allows you to explore the parks of Samburu, Nakuru and Masai Mara.


  • Meet and greet by our local representative
  • Transportation in 4×4 vehicle
  • 7 night accommodation
  • Meals: 7 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 6 dinners
  • Visits as per itinerary (maximum of 6 persons per vehicle / maximum of 2 vehicles)
  • English speaking local driver-guide
  • Hotel taxes and service charges at the lodges

Not included
International airfare · Electronic visa for Kenya +/- $USD 88, must be obtain online prior departure at · Gratuities to hotel personnel, guides and drivers · Beverages · Optional excursions

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Upon arrival at Nairobi Airport, our guide will be waiting for you in the arrival hall carrying a branded sign board. Meet and greet and transfer to your hotel.
Accommodation: Nairobi for 1 night


Breakfast. Drive from Nairobi to Samburu. Approximate journey time 5-6 hours. Lunch at the Trout Tree Restaurant. Enjoy a completely unique dining experience as you enter into the chasm of an enormous old fig
tree on the banks of the Burguret River. Afternoon game drive in the Shaba National Reserve situated in northern Kenya, just east of Samburu. Its vivid scenery includes riverside forests, scattered woodlands and dry
grasslands, dominated by the volcanic Shaba Hills. As the sun begins to set, the predators set out to hunt and you are sure to see a lion or two as the park is well known for its large prides. Look out for other nocturnal animals such as leopard, wild cat and aardvark, a peculiar looking creature with a long snout that burrows into the ground in search of termites and ants. This is also the best time to observe the immense flocks of helmeted and vulturine guinea fowl that make their way to the river every afternoon to drink. Visit to a traditional Samburu Village. Learn about the fascinating customs of the Samburu tribe, a proud warrior nation. During your visit you will receive unique insight into the Samburu’s ancient traditions and customs, including their homes, cooking methods and secrets to surviving in the African wilderness. Dinner at the lodge. (B/L/D)
Accommodation: Samburu for 2 nights


Breakfast. Early morning game drive in the Samburu National Reserve, where the hot and largely arid landscape makes for good game viewing due to the lack of thick vegetation in most parts of the park. Pick nick
lunch in the park. Afternoon game drive through the reserve: this is one of the best times to experience its quiet peace and serenity as the late afternoon sun lights up the ruby earth to a warm, shimmering and utterly beautiful glow. Dinner at the lodge. (B/L/D)


Breakfast. Drive from Samburu to the Lake area. Approximate journey time 4-5 hours. Travel to Nanyuki in the Laikipia region of Kenya. After Nanyuki the road continues north-east around the slopes of the Aberdares to Nyahururu from here it descends to Nakuru in the heart of the lake region, with Bogoria and Baringo to the north, and Elementaita and Naivasha to the south. Lunch. Afternoon game drive in Nakuru National Park. This relatively small park is dominated by Lake Nakuru that covers about a third of its surface area and is famous for the enormous flocks of pink flamingos that arrive on its shores. The area is a bird watcher’s paradise with over 400 species of birds including cormorant, fish eagle, Goliath heron and pelicans. Waterbuck, baboon, hippo and warthog are commonly spotted and the park also supports a healthy population of black and white rhino. Watch out for the lazy pythons that can often be seen taking a leisurely slither across the road in the afternoon sun. Dinner at the lodge. (B/L/D)
Accommodation: Nakuru for 1 night


Safari at the beginning of the day. Breakfast. Drive through the Lake area from Nakuru to Naivasha (drive of around 1 hour). Discover Naivasha. Spread around the lake are rich green plains supporting zebra, hartebeest, waterbuck, buffalo, impala, giraffes, monkeys and, at night, hippos. There is also an important bird population (over 300 species of birds). Lunch at the lodge. Transfer by boat and half day guided excursion to Crescent Island. It is situated in the deepest part of Lake Naivasha. The shores of this beautiful piece of paradise host an abundance of bird life and have especially large numbers of pelicans, cormorant and fish eagles. While the island is secure and private it is connected to the mainland and this allows animals to roam freely. The scenic beauty and sense of freedom in this little park has seen many film makers alight on its shores to film herds of wildebeest, waterbuck and zebra passing through the grassy savannah. Dinner at the lodge. (B/L/D)
Accommodation: Naivasha for 1 night


Breakfast. Drive from the Lake area to the Masai Mara. Picnic lunch on the road. Afternoon game drive in the Masai Mara National Reserve. Immerse yourself in this prime wildlife area and connect with nature on every level. All the great animals of Africa lives here: Thomson and Grant gazelles, impalas, Kirk’s dik-diks, topis, buffaloes, elands or giraffes. All are there. Your afternoon drive will begin late in the day and will end just before darkness falls. This is the best time of day to view nocturnal hunters who prepare for their nightly expeditions. Watering holes are also usually busy just before sunset as animals such as hippos return to their resting spots while others congregate to drink before retiring for the night. Keep your camera handy to capture everything from elephants to gazelles and crocodiles to lions. Dinner at the lodge. (B/L/D)
Accommodation: Masai Mara for 2 nights


Morning safari in the Masai Mara National Park which covers 1,500 km². Located at an average altitude of 1650 m, its plains are an ideal playground for gazelles. Breakfast. Continuation with your morning safari. Perhaps you will be lucky enough to observe gnu, zebra and their predators (hyena, lion, leopard, wild dog). Picnic lunch. Afternoon game drive. Dinner at the lodge. (B/L/D)


Breakfast. Morning safari. You may have the chance to observe wildebeest, zebras and their predators (hyenas, lions, leopards, wild dogs), especially during the migration period between August and September.
Lunch at the camp. Transfer back to Nairobi. (B/L)

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