- Maasai Mara – Miti Mingi Eco Camp.
- Lake Nakuru – CityMax Hotel
- Naivasha – Taphe guest House.
- Amboseli – Kimana Amboseli Camp.
- Tsavo East – Voi Safari lodge.
Masai Mara, a place of the big five and game drives is easily navigable, making it easier for you to view animals closely. Masai Mara inhabits diverse species of animals and plants, including fun activities such as hot air balloon flights and cultural tourism. Lake Nakuru national park inhabits wildlife such as the elephants, elands, monkeys, numerous zebras, hippos, among others. Lake Naivasha has got an island by the name crescent island. In the lake, one could enjoy boat riding and fishing. Hells gate national park in Naivasha is the place to be. Here, you could have nature walks, view animals, enjoy minute hikes for fun and ride bicycles on hire. The Amboseli national park is also a habitat for wild animals and local animal species. The Masai Mara Lake Naivasha Lake Nakuru and Amboseli national park safari is one of a kind. Tsavo East is a home of large and red elephants. Among these elephants, are many other animal species such as the giraffe, rhinos, buffalos, hyenas among others. A visit to these places is the best treat you could ever give yourself, with the aid of Ndurumo safaris.
- Transport in safari van with hatch roof.
- Pick up from the Airport.
- Accommodation as per itinerary.
- All meals (B L D).
- Services of our Professional Guide/Driver.
- All park entrance fees.
- All game drives.
- Statutory taxes.
- Personal Insurance
- Items of personal nature
- Alcoholic & Soft drinks like Sodas
- Balloon safari
- Masai Village
DAY 1: NAIROBI-MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE.
The tour guide picks you up from your hotel after breakfast, at around 6am to 8 am. The journey to Masai Mara will commence and at lunch hour, stopover at Narok town to have lunch. You later proceed with the trip. If you get to Masai Mara national reserve early enough, you could pass by the accommodation facility for refreshments but if time doesn’t allow, you immediately head to the reserve for a brief game drive. Masai Mara is a home for different animal species which includes the big five, which you might get to view. In July, August and September, wildebeests migrate from Serengeti to the Mara, which is a very entertaining view. After the game drive, the guide takes you to the camp, where dinner is served and night spent.
DAY 2: THE MARA NATIONAL RESERVE DRIVE.
After breakfast, you will be picked from the camp at 7:45am for the day’s game drive. The drive will take you through the landscape of the reserve which is savannah grassland on rolling hills. Masai Mara national reserve has good extensive road networks which provide a platform to closely view the wild animals. You will view different kinds of wildlife, vegetation and the beautiful landscape. You will then have a picnic lunch, after which you will then be driven back to the camp, for a cup of coffee or tea. An optional visit to the Masai village is later on availed, which comes at a fee, and can be directly paid for. The evening’s dinner is the served and overnight at the camp.
DAY 3: MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE – NAKURU.
A cup of coffee or tea is served at 6:45am in the morning, after which the guide picks you up for a sunrise game drive. Lions are well known for hunting in the morning, and you could be lucky to spot such a scenario .After the game drive, you head back to the camp for a full breakfast. You later depart for Lake Nakuru National Park, as you enjoy the scenic view of the great mt.Longonot and Lake Naivasha from the highway distance. Lunch is then served enroute. On arrival, you will be dropped at the hotel.
DAY 4: LAKE NAKURU – LAKE NAIVASHA
Immediately after breakfast, the guide will pick you up for a game drive at lake Nakuru park to interact with the pink flamingoes at the shores of the lake. The park has got a white rhino sanctuary, cape buffalos and waterbucks at the shoreline of this lake. Hot lunch will be served during lunch hour, after which you then move on to the budget hotel in Naivasha for check-in. You will then enjoy a boat ride which is optional (at a fee of 25 dollars per head) in lake Nakuru’s fresh waters as you view the hippos closely and have a beautiful evening stray at the crescent island. Dinner is served and night spent at a budget hotel.
DAY 5: NAIVASHA – AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK.
After breakfast you will then have a nature walk at Hell’s gate national park. You can pick bicycles which is optional (at a fee of 10 dollars per person) from the warden to enjoy cycling in this one and only walking park in our beautiful country, Kenya. The park is rich in that it inhabits a numerous number of different bird species, of which some are vultures, verreaux’s eagles, augur buzzard, swifts and many others. The park is also a wildlife heritage with animals such as the African buffalo, the zebra, the eland, the hartebeest, Thomson’s gazelle, baboons and many others. Predominantly, Hell’s gate national park is a home to the klipspringer antelope and the chanler’s mountain reedbuck. After this amazing adventure walk, you will have your lunch enroute, and then depart for Amboseli national park in time for dinner and overnight at the Kimana camp.
DAY 6: AMBOSELI FULL DAY GAME DRIVE.
After breakfast, you will be picked from the camp at 7:45am for the day’s game drive. The drive will take you through the swampy grounds where elephants and hippos bathe. Samburu national park has good extensive road networks which provide a platform to closely view the wild animals. You will view different kinds of wildlife such as the antelopes and birds, vegetation and the beautiful scenery of Mount Kilimanjaro peak, if the weather conditions permit. You will then have a picnic lunch, after which you will then be driven back to the camp, for a cup of coffee or tea. Dinner and overnight will still be served at Kimana camp.
DAY 7: AMBOSELI – TSAVO EAST NATIONAL PARK.
After breakfast, you proceed to Tsavo east national park, to enjoy the sight of dust red elephants wallowing, rolling and spraying each other with blue waters and the palm shaded Galana River. The park forms the largest protected area in Kenya and is a home for most of the larger mammals-red elephants, rhinos, buffalos, lions, leopards, hippos, crocodiles, waterbucks, lesser kudus, gerenuk and the prolific bird life features. After wards, you will be driven to your accommodation facility for lunch, relaxation and refreshment purposes. Dinner and overnight at Voi safari lodge, still in the park.
DAY 8: TSAVO EAST NATIONAL PARK – NAIROBI.
The driver will pick you up for a pre-breakfast game drive to view some of the animals you missed during the other game drives. You will then embark to the lodge for breakfast and then later start the journey back to Nairobi with lunch enroute, where the safari comes to an end.