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The original safari dates back to the 14th century when Arabs made their trading trips to east Africa.
They weren’t really interested in wildlife back then as their main focus was trade, but these journeys, just like classic safaris, were planned for months, hence the term safari.
Over time, Kenya wildlife safaris developed a new meaning when visitors, especially from Europe, started streaming into the country to escape bitter winters and to experience the African jungle up close.
Today, there are more than 10 ways to explore the country including: Kenya family safaris, Kenya camping safaris, Kenya honeymoon safaris, Kenya beach safaris, Kenya wildlife safaris, small group journeys, and more.
Meet upon arrival Namanga border. Drive to the nearby Amboseli National Park. Lunch at the lodge. Evening Game Drive.
Dinner and overnight: Amboseli Sentrim Camp.
Enjoy the entire day in Amboseli with early morning, and afternoon Game Drives. All meals in the lodge.
Overnight: Amboseli Sentrim Camp.
After an early morning game drive and breakfast, drive to Nairobi. Lunch at a Nairobi restaurant. Afternoon proceed to Lake Naivasha. Remainder of the day at leisure.
Dinner and overnight: Lake Naivasha Sopa
Breakfast at the Lodge, drive to Namanga for drop off.
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