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Day 1

The tour starts in the capital city Nairobi where we recommend spending one or two nights  to unwind and also give you an opportunity to experience this diverse and thriving city. The metropolis offers many local attractions where you can learn about the history of the pioneer city and the cultures that make Kenya a unique destination for any type of traveler, as well as partake of international restaurants, shop, markets in a vibrant afro-urban scene.

Some of the attractions include; Nairobi National park, National Museum, The Bomas of Kenya, Giraffe Centre David Shedrick elephant orphanage to name but a few.

Dinner and overnight at a Nairobi hotel.

Day 2

After breakfast you will Proceed to the  alkaline Lake Nakuru in the Great Rift Valley. Here,you will  See firsthand one to two million lesser and greater flamingos dip their curved bills into the warm, soda water of the lake to extract their favorite food -- special algae that are found in abundance in the unique lake. The most prominent wildlife in the park includes 56 mammals and 450 bird species. Exploring Lake Nakuru Park is an opportunity to see many of Africa's most prized fauna in a natural and beautiful setting.

Dinner and overnight at a Nakuru hotel.

Day 3

After a morning game drive you will have breakfast and later proceed to Lake Naivasha.

Resting at an elevation of 1890 meters is the serene freshwater Lake Naivasha, a superb oasis to include on your exploratory holiday in Kenya. Just beyond its shores are papyrus swamps, acacia woodlands, forests and unique geologic features that are remnants of the area’s volcanic past. The nutrient-rich soil is fertilized by an abundance of water, including the Gilgil and Malewa Rivers, to create an ecosystem that is known around the world for a diverse avian presence, as well as game animals. More than 450 bird species have been identified including varied small and large mammals. Lake Naivasha is a RAMSAR site, a designation that reflects the ecological importance of the wetlands around the lake.

Dinner and overnight at a Naivasha Hotel.

Day 4 & 5

You will proceed to Central Masai Mara after breakfast for the next two nights. For our adventurous, thrill-seeking guests who desire a front row seat to the crossing of the Mara and Talek Rivers during the wildebeest migration season, the most well-known part of the Great Migration, we recommend the central zone of the reserve. Central Masai Mara is also a year-round game-viewing reserve with impressive populations of herbivores and predators which remain even after the spectacular hordes of wildebeests and zebras have gone.

Dinner and overnight at a camp or Lodge in Mara.

DAY 6 & 7

After your stay in Central Masai Mara, you will proceed for two nights to a private conservancy in either the northern, eastern,southern or western regions of the main reserve along its border, which serves as wildlife management buffer zones. Each conservancy is founded upon a mutually-beneficial collaboration between landowners, conservation organizations and guest camps. The private-ownership status of the conservancies also means that a greater variety of safari activities are offered to guests, many of which are restricted in the main reserve.

Dinner and overnight at a camp or Lodge in Mara.

Day 8 & 9

You will proceed to Amboseli for the next two nights. Amboseli National Parkis a majestic landscape where predator and prey interactions unfolds every day across the 392 square kilometers (151 square miles) of protected wilderness. The park borders Tanzania and is situated at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest peak, and the melting snow flows into underground springs that feed the swamps and wetlands that dot the plains. These water sources attract animals of all sizes, the most sought-after being– the free-roaming elephants, but you may also see elands, waterbucks, grant's gazelles, warthogs, coke's hartebeests, zebras and other grazing herbivores. The abundance of large prey supports lions, leopards, civets, wildcats and other elusive hunters, as well as jackals, hyenas and other scavengers.

Dinner and overnight at a Lodge or camp at Amboseli.

Day 10-13

Proceed to Mombasa for your seaside vacation for the next four nights. As you foot tour along the streets of Mombasa with your  Tulia Voyage guide, you are captivated by the mixture of cultures, history and coastal metropolitan flair that are reflected in the people and architecture.

The island is connected to the mainland by a bridge on the north coast and a ferry on the south coast, and these two access points actually enhance the experiences at the respective seashores, with the north coast having a more heaving seaside and the south coast offering more exclusive and secluded beachfronts.

Bury your toes in the soft white sand while watching soothing waves lap the Mombasa shoreline. The aquamarine water of the Indian Ocean stretches as far as the eye can see, meeting the baby blue sky on the horizon.

Some of the attractions include; Fort Jesus, Haller Park, Kisite Marine Park, Dhow Cruise, Mangrove Walk to name but a few.

Dinner and overnight at a Mombasa Hotel.

Day 14

After checkout you proceed to Nairobi as you come to the end of your safari.

  • Accommodation at mid-range lodges
  • All meals at the lodge
  • Transport in a luxurious tour cruiser with a viewing hatch
  • Game drives as detailed in the Itinerary
  • Services of an English speaking driver
  • International flight charges
  • Tips
  • Drinks of leisure
  • Visit to samburu village
  • park entry charges

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