Nairobi hotel 2 nights / Aberdare 1 night / Maasai Mara 2 nights / Ol Pejeta 1 night / Lake Naivasha 1 night / Nakuru 1 night.
A superb introduction to Kenya’s most visited parks, game reserve and private sanctuaries.
The Ol Pejeta conservancy is the most intriguing place to be for any visitor, a unique animal sanctuary and safe haven for the endangered wild animals including the only three remaining Northern white Rhinos in the world, get close contact with them and know about their story, a rare chance of watching Chimpanzee behind the scenes and as you learn more on their daily care, exiting experience visiting the baby white rhino abandoned by its mother. Simply at Ol Pejeta visitors are introduced to most memorable activities, gearing up towards conservation efforts being spear headed at a fee.
At Lake Naivasha you have the option of visiting Crescent Island or spending the afternoon on an exciting boat ride, watch over hippos, water-bucks among other wildlife species.
Lake Nakuru, on the bed of the Great Rift Valley has earned its fame as home of the greatest bird spectacle in the world, a myriad of more than a million pink flamingo wading in the alkaline waters, and from a distance looking pink ringed. It’s safe haven for the endangered and highly protected black and white rhino and offers a good possibility of spotting the elusive Leopard as well as Rothschild giraffe, water-buck, buffalo, vervet monkeys, gazelles among others.
Maasai Mara is arguably the most visited where virtually every wildlife is to be spotted with over 450 species of animals have been recorded here. A chance to spot lions, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, giraffe, wildebeests, zebras, buffalo, warthogs, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs, buffalo, leopard, elephant and many more in plenty within the greater Mara ecosystem which plays host to the annual 7th wonder of world, the yearly migration of over 2 million wildebeest and zebras (July to October), following on their heels are the predators of the savanna- lion, cheetah, wild dog, jackal, hyena and vultures, always ready to make a kill!. An experience of a life time for any visitor to witness such a rare phenomenon.
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