Rates are subject to change by season with the seasons being:
Peak Season – 1 July to 31 October, 22 December to 1 January
High Season – 2 January to 31 March, 16 June to 30 Jun, 1 November to 21 December.
Low Season – 1 April to 15 June.
Price (USD) Per Person
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Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, meet our representative, greet and transfer to your Fairview Hotel
After breakfast, we will pick you from your Nairobi hotel then depart for the Masai Mara Game Reserve. There will be a stop at the viewpoint of the Great Rift whose view of the valley below is splendidly panoramic and another stop for refueling in Narok Town (the major administrative center for the Maasai Community).
On arrival, check in at Ol Moran camp where you will have your late lunch. At 1600hrs, enjoy an evening game drive in this world-famous reserve due to its high animal concentration and its yearly seasonal migration of wildebeest and zebra. Dinner and overnight at Ol–Moran camp/Similar hotel. Distance Nairobi – Masai Mara approx. 250kms
After breakfast, proceed for a day of tracking game with your driver/guide. All the ‘Big 5’ may be seen namely elephant, buffalo, and lion though the sighting of rhino and leopard which make the total five cannot be guaranteed as they are few in number, very shy and elusive.
Break for your leisurely picnic lunch at the hippo pool, where you may spot hippos and crocodiles basking in the sun. Then in the afternoon (at an extra cost) go for optional activities like having a nature walk, visiting a Maasai village to see the nomadic lifestyle. Dinner and overnight at Ol – Moran camp.
Early morning pre-breakfast game drive. After breakfast depart for Nakuru, lunch at MericaHotel.While on the highway, Mount Longonot (which is of volcanic origin) and Lake Naivasha can be seen from afar. Dinner and overnight Sarova Lion Hill Game lodge similar hotel. Distance Mara – Lake Nakuru approx. 260kms
After breakfast proceeds on a game drive in the nearby Lake Nakuru National Park which has a fantastic array of birdlife including flamingos, white pelicans, and marabou stork, all water birds that breed in the lake’s alkaline waters.
You may spot a white rhino and the rare Rothschild’s giraffe that has 5 horns instead of the usual three and clear instead of spotted shanks (legs).
A visit to the baboon cliff offers a scenic panorama of the Lake below, surrounded by a vast tract of euphorbia and acacia forest. Makalia falls within the park are an additional attraction. Return to Nairobi where you will enjoy a complimentary lunch at the famous Carnivore Restaurant.
You may spend a night at a City hotel OR if you have an evening outbound flight, then you will be transferred to the airport after a memorable safari. Distance Lake Nakuru – Nairobi approx. 160kms.
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