Tour Program

  • Addis Ababa Day 1

    Addis Ababa, visit to the National Museum

    Arrival at Addis Ababa , meeting with the guide and breakfast. Then transfer to the airport. Flight to Jinka. Flight ET171, 12.00 - 13.10. Excursion to the local ethnographic museum and a walk in the mountains, where the Aari people live.
    Accommodation : Eyob Hotel or similar

  • Turmi Day 2

    Excursion to the village of Mursi people

    Early in the morning an excursion to the village of the Mursi people, return to Jinka and transfer to Turmi. Excursion to the Hamer village. 245 km.

    Accommodation : Buska Lodge

  • Carat Conso Day 3

    Excursion to the village of the people, the village of the people of Dassenech and the village of the people of Erbor

    Early in the morning excursion to the village of Dassenech people, return to Turmi for breakfast. Transfer to Karat Konso, on the way an excursion to the village of Erbor people. 350 km.
    Accommodation: Kanta Lodge, Karat Konso

  • Arba Minch Day 4

    Excursion to the village of Conso people and a motor boat tour of Lake Chamo

    Early in the morning an excursion to the village of the conso people (UNESCO World Heritage), transfer to Arba Mintch and accommodation at the hotel. In the afternoon, a motor boat excursion around Lake Chamo where numerous crocodiles and hippos are found. 85 km

    Accommodation : Haile Resort

  • Langano Day 5

    Holidays on Lake Langano

    Transfer to Lake Langano. Relax on the lake, you can swim. 295 km
    Accommodation : Sabana Beach Resort

  • Nairobi- Nakuru Day 1

    Arrival in Nairobi

    Arrival at Nairobi Airport meeting with an English-speaking driver.
    Transfer to Nakura.
    Nakuru is a small alkaline lake, it is famous for a huge variety of birds, it is there that you can see a large population of pink flamingos. In addition, Nakuru is the habitat of black and white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes, lions, leopards and other animals.

    Accommodation, full board:
    L. Nakuru Lodge

  • Masai Mara Day 2

    Safari trip to Masai Mara

    Breakfast, departure to Masai Mara
    Evening Safari.
    Exciting photo-hunting and observation of animals in their natural habitat. Millions of mammals live in the park, including the largest on our planet. You will see herds of elephants, prides of lions, as well as unusual birds, large herds of buffalo, zebras and antelopes. Graceful giraffes and fast cheetahs, this is not a complete list of the inhabitants of the park, which you can see at close range.

    Accommodation, full board:
    Simba Lodge
    Keekorok lodge

  • Masai Mara Day 3

    Masai Mara Nature Reserve

    Full day at Masai Mara National Park.
    This park can rightfully be proud of the world's largest population of lions.
    Approximate daily routine:
    In the morning, hot tea, coffee snacks, then departure for a safari. Duration is about 3-3.5 hours, depending on what gets in the way. After the safari, return to the lodge, hot breakfast, rest. Lunch.
    at 15-30 tea with snacks, then departure for an evening safari. Return to dinner, relaxation.
    What you can see on safari:
    The landscapes of the reserve are grandiose, the territory is divided into 3 large ecosystems: savannah, bush and river beds. In the savannah you will see large herds of wildebeests, zebras, Thompson gazelles, swamps and buffalos. Closer to the rivers trees appear, giraffes, water goats, elephants and bushboks live there. Acacia forests grow along the Mara and Talek rivers. Hippos and crocodiles live in the rivers. The bush is inhabited by impalas, rhinos and dik-dik. As for lions and other predators, they live everywhere, but especially love the dense thickets of acacia. Here you can see all the representatives of the "Big African Five" (lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, elephant).
    As additional options you can order:
    - balloon flight with champagne
    - Visit to the Masai village (an indigenous tribe common in Kenya and Tanzania)
    - walking safari with the huntsman

    Accommodation at the selected lodge, full board meals.

  • Nairobi Day 4

    Departure home

    Return to Nairobi. Transfer to the airport, flight home.

  • Murchison Falls Day 2

    Murchison Falls

    In the morning, a boat trip to Lake Victoria, visit the Mabamba Swamps, where you will have the opportunity to find a rare whalebird bird with a local ornithologist guide.
    Departure to the Murchison Falls National Park. But first, we will call on a visit to the rhinos in Zziwa Rhino Sanctuary, where you can get close to these gray giants.
    Upon arrival at Murchison Falls Park, check into a hotel.
    Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge, full board meals

  • Murchison Falls Day 3

    Safari and cruise to the origins of the Nile.

    Early breakfast and departure for a safari in Murchison Falls National Park.
    Elephants, buffalos, giraffes, numerous species of antelopes are the most visible inhabitants of the park. If you go further, you can see large predators, including lions, leopards and spotted hyenas.
    After lunch, departure for a boat cruise along the Nile. You will see hippos, crocodiles, elephants. This park is especially rich in rare birds.
    The moment when the boat stops 10 meters from the seething base of the waterfall is impressive. Return to the lodge.
    Accommodation: Pakuba Safari Lodge, full board meals

  • Fort Portal, Kibale Day 4

    Fort Portal, Kibale

    Long transfer to Fort Portal, located at the foot of the Lunar Mountains.
    Stop for lunch on the way.
    Then follow to Kibale National Park, which has the largest variety of primates in Africa.
    Upon arrival, check into a hotel. Rest.
    Accommodation at Crater Safari Lodge, full board meals

  • Queen Elizabeth Day 5

    Trekking to chimpanzees, moving to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Cruise on the channel Kizinga

    In the morning, an unforgettable walk through the humid evergreen Kibale rainforest awaits you during which you will see chimpanzees in their natural habitats.

    After a walk, drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park.
    Queen Elizabeth Park is a vast area of ​​open expanse of savannah and tropical rain forests, impassable swamps and picturesque crater lakes. Edward Lake is one of the most picturesque in the rift fault chain. Rich in fish, it attracts pelicans, cormorants, gulls, herons, coliises, ibises and many other birds.
    On a scale of biological diversity, this park is rightfully recognized as one of the richest in the world. The animal world is represented by more than 100 species of mammals, including: hippos, lions, buffalos, leopards, spotted hyenas and giant forest boars.
    After lunch, departure for a 2-hour cruise along the Kazinga Canal and Lake Edward. During the cruise you will observe an unusually high concentration of hippos, as well as many animals coming to the watering place. Do not forget to prepare cameras, here you will have the perfect opportunity for a photo safari.

    Accommodation at Park view safari lodge, full board meals

• Capital Addis Ababa

• The unique tribes of the Omo Valley: Mursi, Hamer, Conso, Dasenech, and others (Arba Minch Turmi - Jinka)



The cost of the program per person - from 1990 USD accomodation - double room

Trip cost:
Group 2 people
3260 USD per person for double occupancy

Group of 6 people
2220 USD per person for double occupancy

Group of 10 people
1990 USD per person for double occupancy

Paid separately
Airline tickets for local flights, discounted price 255 USD per person
The discount is provided to tourists who fly to Ethiopia or fly from Ethiopia by Ethiopian airline.


Surcharge for single occupancy 340 USD accomodation - single room


  • Breakfast Based Hotels
  • Minibus transfers in the north and 4x4 vehicles in the south.
  • Entrance tickets
  • Services of a Russian guide along the route
  • Boat rental on the lakes
  • Scout services in national parks

Not Included

  • International flights, local airline tickets
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Photo and video shooting costs
  • Tipping