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GAME PARKS AND BEACHES KENYA (OR REVERSE)

A broader African experience... from game reserves that team with wildlife... to our breathtaking coast.
This tour covers a vast array of animal life in a breathtaking panorama of vast rolling grasslands dotted with classically African trees showcases some of the best game viewing on Earth.
3
days

From

$2470 US pps

World-renowned for being home to the seasonal Great Migration, when the plains are filled with migrating wildebeest and zebra, the Maasai Mara is also boasts thousands of resident wildlife year round.  The ‘big five’ animals of buffalo, rhino, lion, leopard and elephant are commonly seen along with a plethora of birds and antelope. 

Day 1:  Nairobi to Maasai Mara National Reserve

A transfer driver/guide will meet you at the air port and transfer you to to your Nairobi hotel,then at 7am the following day, your safari driver guide will be meeting you for a trip briefing before heading to the Masai Mara; arriving in time for lunch.  Along the way you’ll drive through the striking western walls of the Great Rift Valley.  Your first Mara experience will take place with an afternoon game drive through this special place. Overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge or any other similar Lodge, {Lunch,Dinner}

 

Day 2:  On safari in the Mara

A full day of game viewing awaits you after an optional hot air balloon flight over the Mara at a cost of 450$PP, We highly recommend this flight,what you see from up there is worth the money, and we advise to book it during the booking of your trip to avoid disapointments when you get at the Mara as space is rarely available due to too many bookings during the migration season. You’ll enjoy a picnic lunch at a hippo pool in the bush and afterwards you’ll have the option of continuing with your safari,and to crown it,an option of visiting a traditional Maasai village where these traditional people will showcase their rich culture at a cost of 20$PP.Overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge or similar lodge {Breakfast,Lunch,Dinner}

 

Day 3: Maasai Mara National Reserve to Nairobi

You’ll be up early to make the most of the best time of day for game viewing. Predators are winding down from a night of hunting and prey start to relax and become more active as the sun gets higher.  For this reason your last game drive will be before a late breakfast that you’ll take at your lodge.  After checking out you’ll be driven back to Nairobi where your Maasai Mara expedition concludes. {Breakfast}

 

Your African expedition includes…

Two nights accommodation based on two people sharing a room.  Single and multi-occupancy rates are available on request.

All meals as follows:  breakfast every day, except the first day, with tea & coffee included; daily lunch, either a picnic lunch or at your accommodation; dinner every night except the final night.  Please note that any additional snacks or beverages should be settled directly with your accommodation provider.

A fully trained English-speaking driver/guide with extensive African tour guiding and safari experience.

Transport in a specially converted 4×4 safari jeep with a pop-up roof for enhanced game viewing. Single seating on either side of an aisle ensures that all guests get a window seat.

All entrance fees to the parks and reserves detailed in the itinerary.

Pick up and drop off at Nairobi airport.

Please note that personal expenses such as laundry costs, telephone calls and beverages are not included along with any additional optional tours and tips.

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Duration:  2-nights/3-days, starting and ending in Nairobi

Parks & Reserves:  Maasai Mara National Reserve

Accommodation:  Serena Lodges  |  Sopa Lodges  |  Sarova Lodges

Game Drives:  One full day and two half days

Trip Highlights:  Maasai Mara Reserve (home of the ‘big five’)  |  Great Migration (seasonal) |  Optional Maasai village visit |  Picnic lunch with the hippos

 

ACCOMMODATION:

All our stays are with three of the most respected accommodation providers in Africa. Sarova, Sopa and Serena hotels, lodges and resorts. They have all been chosen for their African sympathies;  connection to the local people; support for local enterprise and suppliers; as well as their knowledge of local customs.

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