A nine-day safari that takes in the highlights of Kenya, including two nights in Tsavo West, two nights in Amboseli
National Park, two nights in Lake Nakuru, and two nights in Maasai Mara. Every one of our excursions is fully
adjustable; we can change the number of days, the type of accommodations, etc.
Day 1 Start, Nairobi
We depart by road for Tsavo West National Park
Day 1- 2 Tsavo West National Park
Aside from its animals, Tsavo West is the most popular area of Tsavo National Park, with a lot
to offer visitors. The most well-known is the Mzima Springs, where porous volcanic rocks
allow up to 227.3 million liters of cool, pure water to emerge from the earth.
Day 3-4 Amboseli National Park
Nairobi is located just to the south of Amboseli National Park. The park is mostly made up of
fragile grasslands with acacia woodland areas interspersed with a dry, ancient lake bed; to
the south are some small, rocky, volcanic hills. The flora surrounding the wetlands Ol Kenya,
Ol Tukai, and Enkongo Narok is abundant, featuring phoenix palms and yellow-barked
Day 5 Lake Naivasha National Park
The most popular attraction at Lake Naivasha is undoubtedly the chance to go on a guided
boat safari. A vast array of birds flies around, dead trees reaching up like clutching hands out
of the calm waters of the Lake.
There are a variety of birds on exhibit, including pelicans, cranes, and smaller, more vividly
colored species. Wallowing hippopotamuses are found in the waterways, and you are sure to
spot other herbivores like Cape Buffalo around the coastline.
Day 6 Lake Nakuru National Park
The largest and most sought-after attraction in Lake Nakuru National Park is the enormous
flocks of pink flamingos that live there. Lake Nakuru is home to a large number of flamingos
due to the presence of blue-green algae, which serves as their food source.
Day 7-9 Maasai Mara National Reserve
Why is Maasai Mara so Famous?
It continues to be one of the only places on Earth where wildlife, in the quantities that
previously roamed the plains and forests of Africa, lives relatively undisturbed. Thousands of
wildebeest, zebras, and accompanying predators engage in a dramatic seasonal migration
through the Mara, the northernmost point of the huge Serengeti ecosystem.
Along with an abundance of other wildlife, such as wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, antelope,
ostrich, giraffe, cheetah, hyena, and many more, the Masai Mara is home to Africa's well-
known Big Five species.
Day 9 End, back to Nairobi
Additional accommodation can be arranged at an extra cost however we shall have a chauffer driven ride to the airport just for you.