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This tour takes you through the famous Amboseli, the best place to get close to free-ranging elephants. Masai Mara National Reserve is well known for its annual wildebeest migration and is home to the Big 5.

Tsavo East national park nicknamed as the “Theatre of the Wild”. Its famous with its large herds of the red-dusted Elephants which like rolling on the red dusty soil. Then to Lake Naivasha, home to over 400 bird species and a high population of hippos.

This tour is offered by Simba Paka Safaris.

Departure Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Includes
  • Transport by 4 X 4 Customized private
  • Land cruiser/Jeep.
  • Professional Drivers/guides.
  • Drinking Bottled water Hotel pickup and drop-offs Park entry fees
  • Accommodation on a full board basis Game drives as per the program
Excludes
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Boat ride in Navasha@20 usd per person
  • Masai Village $20 per person
  • A balloon trip per person is $430 DVD (available to purchase)
The total cost per person is 2100 us dollars
Option2: 2580 US dollars per person
Same program with luxury accomodation: Tsavo East- Ashnil Aruba, Amboseli - Serena lodge, Lake Nakuru- Lake Nakuru lodge, Maasai mara- Sopa lod

Itinerary

Day1: Pick up from Watamu to Tsavo east National park

Pick up at 6.30am and head to Tsavo East National park.
Tsavo East national park nicknamed as the “Theatre of the Wild”. Its famous with its large herds of the red-dusted Elephants which like rolling on the red dusty soil. The young ones like playing with the adults as they keep spraying themselves with the dust. At night the Elephants are found near the clear Blue water of the Palm-shaded Galana River. The blue water of the Galana river is the most Evocative image not only in Kenya but entire Africa. Tsavo East national park is the largest national park in Kenya covering total land area of 13,747 square kilometres. It’s the oldest national park in Kenya.
You will arrive in good time for lunch. You will have lunch in Voi safari lodge, check in freshen up and depart for evening game drives.
Dinner and accomodation: Voi safari lodge

Day 2: Tsavo East National park to Amboseli National park

After Breakfast at Voi safari lodge, depart for Amboseli National Park and its impressive landscapes.
This magnificent park is dominated by the colossal mass of one of the most majestic volcanoes: Kilimanjaro (5,892
m). Famous for its herds of elephants, the park offers a rich and diversified fauna.
You will arrive for lunch, check-in and relaxation time. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a Game viewing safari in
this park located in Masai territory, with the sumptuous Mount Kilimanjaro as a backdrop, the roof of Africa
where the splendid landscapes mix dense fauna and acacia forests.
Dinner and overnight at Kibo Safari Camp

Day 3: Amboseli to Lake Nakuru National park

After breakfast at 0700hrs to start safari to Lake Nakuru National park. Lake Nakuru National Park and take a photography safari carrying picnic lunch. Lake Nakuru is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this salt lake, home to thousands of pink flamingos, is a must. You will have picnic lunch or lunch on the way at Nakuru town.
You will discover many animal species, such as leopards, antelopes, Rothschild’s giraffes, hippos, and white and black rhinos strutting around the lake. Forests of euphorbia and yellow acacias add to this majestic spectacle.
Dinner and overnight at Lake Nakuru lodge.

Day 4: Lake Nakuru National park to Maasai mara National reserve

After breakfast, after an early game drive in the park and head to Masai Mara with a brief stopover at the rift valley viewpoint, arrive in the reserve for lunch, check in the Enkorok tented camp, and have an evening game drive after freshening up.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is, along with the Serengeti in Tanzania, the most famous natural park in Africa.
The image of the acacias on the endless plains is for many the illustration of Africa. The observation does not stop there; large pride of lions, grassland elephants, and giraffes, gazelles are just a few examples of the amazing wildlife found in Masai Mara. Apart from the traditional safari vehicles, the Mara is also famous for its balloon flights and horseback safaris, which are fabulous ways to discover this earthly paradise. Depart at the end of the afternoon (1600hrs) for a photo safari in search of big cats and other animals, at a time when the light becomes ideal for photos until sunset.
Accommodation and dinner at the Enkorok tented camp

Day 5– Masai Mara full day

Spend a full day in the Masai Mara National Reserve with an option of a first early morning safari because it is the best time to observe the animals waking up and looking for water points to cool off.
Lunch boxes will be provided by the lodge and you will enjoy eating in the wild. Masai Mara offers you the best opportunity to see the main wildlife including the “Big Five”. Elephants, rhinos, lions, leopards, and buffalo roam the side of the acacia-covered hills along the river.
Dinner and overnight at the Enkorok tented camp

Day 6: Masai Mara to Lake Naivasha

After Breakfast , depart for Lake Naivasha with an enroute game drive descending into the “Rift Valley”, with its impressive landscapes.
Arrive in the afternoon in Lake Naivasha, have lunch, and depart for a walking safari accompanied by a local guide on Crescent Island, a small private reserve, located in the middle of Lake Naivasha, where you will have the opportunity to walk among giraffes, wildebeest, antelope, and zebras.
Lake Naivasha is the highest lake in the Rift Valley, and although it has no outlet, it is one of only two Rift Valley lakes to provide water. gentle. This beautiful lake is lined with papyrus and acacia trees and is home to over 400 species of birds. Although it is more than 10 km wide, it is very shallow and its area varies considerably depending on rainfall, so in the early 1990s, it was totally dry. Lake Naivasha and Crescent Island are crescent-shaped
The peninsula is a bird sanctuary and home to hundreds of species including ibis, herons, and weavers where you will enjoy a boat ride as well to see the hippos and other fauna & flora.

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    I recommend Simba Paka Safaris. We had a great experience at the Maasai Mara with our guide who was extremely knowledgeable and managed to help us see all the animals that we wanted to see. Diana B
    I did the 4 day Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru safaris. From start to finish, Simba Paka Tours was professional, reactive, and great at communicating all facets of the trip. I did the mid-range tour and Paul organized my hotels on arrival and departure, transfers, and the best tour guide possible. If you do this tour and you get Johnny Jackson as a guide, you will be very lucky. Hellen W
    Amazing Safari! We did a Safari with Paul and his staff, 5 days in Masai Mara. It was a wonderful experience, that allowed us to see all the Big Five thanks to our guide's ability! Paul is very gentle and professional. I recommend it very much for a unique experience. Sabina F
    Mr. Paul is a very friendly and just a gentlemen person. We did a 7-day Kenya safari and we not only saw the big 5. Following advice from Paul from Simba Paka Safaris we went to the following national parks; Nakuru, Masai Mara, Amboseli, and Lake Naivasha. Bhagwan S
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