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Kenyan Safari Tour

 Kenyan Safari Tour TourCode : 1279
Duration  7 Nights / 8 Days
Destination  Kenya
Route  Delhi-Nairobi-Alberdare-Mount Kenya-Nakuru-Masai Mara-Delhi
Best Time To Visit Daily,all year round




Day 1: Begin Your Tour – Arrive Nairobi -City Tour

Arrive Kenya, check in at the hotel in Nairobi and Later, embark on a city tour covering the colourful City Market, Parliament Buildings and the Railway Station.Dinner and overnight stay in Nairobi. Note: Breakfast in an Indian Restaurant included for passengers traveling on Kenyan Airways Ex-Mumbai

Day 2: Onto Aberdare – Giraffe Centre

After breakfast begin the day with a visit to the Giraffe Centre, a unique setting where you can feed giraffes, including the rare Rothschild giraffe, from an elevated platform. A short drive thereafter lunch and takes you to the Aberdare Ranges, Upon arrival, check-in at the base hotel. Later, set off for your forest lodge, located on the slopes of the Aberdare Mountains. Spend the rest of the day game viewing from the terrace of the lodge overlooking a water hole floodlit by night. Dinner and overnight stay in the forest lodge. Note: Only an overnight bag is allowed here.

Day 3: Onto Mount Kenya

Today, after breakfast depart for Mount Kenya Safari Club situated at the foot of Mt. Kenya (17,058 feet). Have lunch and feel like a V.I.P. at this elitist club and enjoy a day of complete leisure in the beautiful landscaped gardens. Dinner and overnight stay in Mount Kenya.

Day 4: Onto Sweet Waters

After breakfast, our destination is Sweet Waters, a sheltered oasis, clustered around a water hole and set in the pristine calm of the private Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Located on the plains of Mount Kenya, the camp features thirty-nine luxury tents, each with its own private veranda overlooking the water hole. Afternoon lunch game drives with visits to the rescued chimpanzees’- and black rhino’s sanctuaries. Dinner and overnight stay in Sweet waters.

Day 5: On to Nakuru – Lake Nakuru National Park

After breakfast, drive to the picturesque Lake Nakuru National Park, home of millions of fuschia pink flamingoes, pelicans, cormorants and other birds. In the afternoon, lunch and you will depart for a fascinating game drive.Dinner and overnight stay in Nakuru.

Day 6: Onto Masai Mara – Masai Mara National Game Reserve

After breakfast drive on to the floor of the Rift Valley, via the township of Narok – the heart of Masai land on to the Masai Mara National Game Reserve. The Reserve offers splendid scenery and plenty of real wild game drama. After a little peaceful siesta, enjoy an afternoon lunch and game drive. Rest of the day is at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay in Masai Mara

Day 7: Masai Mara National Game Reserve – Optional Balloon Safari in Masai Mara

This morning after breakfast you have an opportunity to go on a spectacular optional Hot-Air Balloon Ride across the Masai Mara. The Balloon Safari Adventure begins in the pre-dawn hours and the view over the park is aweinspiring. Have lunch and Spend the full day game viewing in the reserve. Dinner and overnight stay in Masai Mara

Day 8: Departure

After breakfast check out from the hotel and depart for your next destination.(B either on the train or onboard the flight)





You would be well advised to go on a safari if you have the time in Kenya—it is an unforgettable experience. The main national parks in Kenya worth visiting, whether or not you undertake a full-fledged safari, are: the Malindi Marine (with its amazing variety of coral and marine life) and the Mt. Kenya National Parks, among many others.

The most popular among the national parks is the Masai Mara with a gorgeous landscape consisting of the Serengeti Plains, its unparalleled variety of wildlife and of course, the awe-inspiring annual wildebeest migration.

The city of Mombasa has buildings dating back to its colonial past and worth taking a look at is the Portuguese-built Fort Jesus. A relatively unspoilt beach area with well-preserved and brilliant coral life is the town of Watamu, 24km south of Malindi.

Nairobi is a bustling, lively city with a population of around a million, and a cosmopolitan feel. It is well equipped with tourist infrastructure, and is convenient for business travelers or those looking to get bureaucratic problems sorted out.

The Nairobi National Park is the most convenient to visit from Nairobi, the Marasbit, the Aberdare, the Amboseli (the Park with the spectacular Mt. Kilimanjaro as a backdrop), the Lake Baringo and the Lake Nakuru are a few more.

There are a huge range of sights, cities and towns worth visiting in Kenya. These range from the Diani Beach, an overdeveloped but characteristically tropical beach; the town of K isumu on Lake Victoria, the bird-rich Lake Naivasha area, the charming, unhurried coastal town of Lamu, the Swahili settlement of Malindi, the frontier town of Isiolo, with its colourful mix of tribal cultures, the attractive mountain town of Maralal and Thompson’s Falls.

You can also get acquainted with the Kikuyu tribesmen by visiting the town of Kiambu, a small town about 16 km north of Nairobi. Kiambu has pleasant climate, located in an area full of streams and ridges. If you are in Nairobi for a while, you must visit the Chania and Thika Falls. A ramble in one of the trails around the hotel is utterly enjoyable, with birdsong, butterflies and dragonflies to accompany you.




The local bazars in Mombasa and Nairobi are filled with stalls selling craftware like kiondo baskets, kisii soapstones and soapstone carvings including chess sets, carved wood including Makonde carving originating from Tanzania, and kangas—women’s wraparound skirts with beautiful patterns, and often Kenyan proverbs printed on them. Men’s loincloths are called kikois, and are available especially cheap along the coast. Jewellery with semi-precious stones like turquoise and garnets is also a good bet. Be prepared to bargain-it is expected of you!


Eating Joints


There is a great variety of restaurants and cheap eateries in Kenya, and especially in Nairobi, and a good range of cuisine from all over the world, thanks to Kenya’s diverse ethnic population. In Nairobi, there is a profusion of cheap cafes at the end of Tom Mboya street, and Latema / River Rds area. The range from Swahili cuisine to submarine sandwiches are available. For a truly local eating experience, the NSSF market is popular with office workers-you will be treated to traditional Kenyan dishes like mandazi, kenyege and matoke.

There are some good cinema halls in Nairobi showing African, American and Indian films at an attractive price. There are several nightclubs with live music and discos to dance the night away.


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