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4 Days Kenya Express

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Kenya sits halfway down the East Coast of Africa, astride the equator. It is the most accessible country in the region. Kenya is the home of safari and one of the world’s top holiday destinations. Kenya’s appealing world of attractions ranges from stunning landscapes, cultural diversity, adventure sports, and beautiful Beaches to unique Wildlife. It is fascinating from the sheer diversity of its many game Parks. One of the greatest sights is the annual migration of two million Wildebeests – together with half a million Zebras and thousands of Gazelles across the endless Savannah. Kenya boasts as the only country in the world with a national park in the capital


  • DAY 1: Arrival To The International Airport
  • DAY 2: Nairobi City Tour
  • DAY 3: Lake Naivasha
  • DAY 4: Masai Mara
  • DAY 5: Hot Air Balloon Safari And Game Drive
  • DAY 6: Departure
Itinerary

DAY 1: Arrival To The International Airport

Enjoy a Private Transfer between your Hotel and the Airport in Nairobi.

Situated in the trendy Upper Hill district of Nairobi, the Crowne Plaza Nairobi is a model of modern elegance infused with design and indulgence of the wild in the nearby Nairobi National Park. The simple and earthy textures, and dark wood throughout the Hotel conjures the feeling of the plains and Acacia trees of Kenya’s Big Game Reserves.


 

DAY 2: Nairobi City Tour

Discover the nooks and crannies with a well versed and experienced Tour guide who knows where the mysterious and intriguing places in Nairobi are.

First on the Tour is the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. This is a world-renowned rescue and rehabilitation initiative primarily focused on the well-being of Elephants and Rhinos. The morning feeding that takes place between 11am and 12pm is the main objective on this first phase of the tour. View and feed the Elephants and the Endangered Black rhino.

Take a short 30-minute trip to the Giraffe Centre to learn about the world’s tallest terrestrial animal. Have an up-close experience of these magnificent creatures and feed them by hand if you choose to.

After the Giraffe Centre, take a 15-minute drive to visit the Karen Blixen Museum that was made famous with the release of the Oscar winning film “OUT OF AFRICA” that was based on Karen’s autobiography. This film was acted by Meryl Streep and Robert Redford.

Lastly, head out to the Kazuri Beads that is an all-woman craft workshop well known for making Clay Beads, Ceramic Jewellery and Pottery. Kazuri in the Swahili dialect means “Small and Beautiful”. Being an all-woman workspace, it makes an amazing genesis story of how its people began as a tiny workshop trying out new ways of making handmade beads. This moving and touching piece of history, makes Kazuri Beads the perfect place to round out your day in Nairobi.


 

DAY 3: Lake Naivasha

Settle into a privately driven vehicle with your guide and transfer from Nairobi to Lake Naivasha. This drive, is purposely for scenery awe. As you make your way through rural Kenya and into the Great Rift Valley, there is an area with quaint little villages which mark the traditional African scenery. Prepare yourself for your first glimpse of Mount Longonot as you make your route through the Hell’s Gate National Park before arriving to Lake Naivasha.

Surrounded by the Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary, you arrive at Naivasha’s best The Sawela Lodges is a short 90-minute drive from Kenya’s capital city Nairobi. With spectacular views of Mt. Longonot and the pearly fresh waters of Lake Naivasha, this quiet lodge in Naivasha Kenya will have you relaxed and rested in no time. Offering luxury accommodation for both local and international guests, the Sawela lodge has become a home away for many discerning guests. From inception, the founders wanted to create a special place removed from the routine and busy happenings of our daily lives.

After settling in and having a luscious afternoon meal, dive into an afternoon Game Drive in complete privacy and get to see a selection of Wildlife that would have been difficult to see anywhere else. After the extraordinary Game Drive, revel in a glass of champagne and wine as you watch the sunset along the Lakeshore of Oloidien while the Pelicans and Flamingos fly passed you.


 

DAY 4: Masai Mara

Wake to an astonishingly fascinating Bush Breakfast alongside the Lake. Relish in the delicious meal and Vista as the Bloated Hippos splash in a distance. After the remarkable breakfast, transfer to the Naivasha Airstrip for your flight to Olkiombo Airstrip in the Masai Mara National Reserve.

Masai Mara National Reserve is a considered to be a unique paradise and one of the top destinations with Plenty Wildlife and Spectacular Vistas in Kenya.

You are then chauffeured to Mara West Camp for an overnight stay. This camp is on the edge of the Oloololo Escarpment offering privacy and outstanding scenery of the Masai Mara National Reserve.

In spite of the Camp being in a secluded location, there is a wide range of palates for an afternoon meal.

Experience a truly cultural and Ideal Masai Village Tour with the ethnic Masai People in the Masai Mara region. Visit their community and learn more about the Famous Authentic African Culture that has not been influenced by the Western Culture. Visiting a Masai’s home and having an insight of actual and personal talks lets you understand their habitual way of life. The Masai also pride themselves in their traditional music and dance, therefore one can participate in the dances (long jumps). Spend most of the time engaging in different activities that the Masai people usually do.


 

DAY 5: Hot Air Balloon Safari And Game Drive

Experience a thrilling venture by suspending in a Basket underneath a rainbow-colored canopy known as the Hot Air Balloon Safari. This activity is only experienced very early morning because the Balloon arises with the break of dawn and a start off for a quest of a lifetime. Glance at Wildlife as they stampede and wander, as they graze and move towards their waterholes. These Wildlife include Zebras, Wildebeests, Gazelles, Elephants and many other animals. It is a safe and exhilarating experience because there are no Fences, accessible roads and no power grids.

After the flight, Toast to your Touchdown with Champagne or Wine and a lovely Bush Breakfast as you share your personal experience on the Balloon with fellow tourists and the Pilot.

Simmer down the excitement of the once in a life time morning venture of the Hot Air balloon by plunging into a game drive as you make your way back to the Camp.

Have a luscious sundowner Bush Dinner as you dwell into the beautiful landscape and spectacular panorama of the Game reserve.


 

DAY 6: Departure

Take a two and a half hours flight to the Nairobi Wilson Airport that is mainly for domestic flights and have a half hour drive to the main International Airport (Jomo Kenyatta International Airport).

Depart from the International Airport.

What's Included on The Price

Price Includes

  • Transfers to and from Airport
  • Game safari as per sample itinerary 
  •  Camp accommodation for the duration of the safari.
  • Animal tours according to your itinerary preferences 
  • Private 4 wheel drive vehicle with a roof hatch 
  • Professional English speaking safari and tour guide / driver
  • All Park entrance fees
  • All meals on the safari
  • Water during safari 
  • All game viewing activities specified
  • Price quoted per person  in US dollars

Price Excludes

  • Airport taxes
  • Entry visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages, sodas and water at lodges
  • Tips and gratuities to safari crew –
  • Laundry
  • Gratuities and all items of a personal nature, medical and personal insurance, accommodation and meals before/after the tour, tips for the crew. 
  •  Sightseeing, excursions and optional activities other than those specified.
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Walking Boots, Training shoes, Water proof Jacket, Pants, Shirts, Trousers, Skirts, Socks, Gloves, Sun Hat, Balaclava / Woolen Hat, Gaiters, Thermal Underwear, Towel, Toiletries, Toilet Paper, Sun Glasses, Snow Goggles, Water Bottle, Walking Pole, Crampons, Torch / Flash light, Sun Cream/Sun block, lip salve, Whistle, Penknife, Day pack, Camera, Films, Emergency Foil Blanket, Four season Sleeping Bag, Heavy Duty plastic Bags, water Purification Kit and First Aid Kit.