Arrival at Nairobi meeting with the English-speaking driver, departure to Masai Mara.
Arrival at the lodge, accommodation, rest.
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 to choose from, full board meals:
Full day in Masai Mara.
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 safari. Duration of 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).
- balloon flight with champagne
- Visit to the Masai village (an indigenous tribe common in Kenya and Tanzania)
- walking safari with the huntsman
Accommodation in the selected lodge, full board.
Moving to Lake Nakuru.
Nakuru is a small alkaline lake, it is famous for a huge variety of birds, it is there that you can see the world's largest flamingo population. In addition, Nakuru is the habitat of black and white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes, lions, leopards and other animals.
Accommodation at the lodge, full board:
L. Nakuru Lodge
Morning Safari. Drive to Aberdare National Park , accommodation at the lodge.
Aberdare National Park is located about 100 km north of Nairobi and has a variety of landscapes, since the height of the park varies from 2100 m to 4300 m above sea level. It is located north of the equator. The park is characterized by a rich variety of landscapes - from mountain peaks that rise up to 4300 m above sea level, to deep V-shaped valleys with streams, rivers and waterfalls. Moorlands, bamboo forests and rain forests are located at lower elevations of the park. Animals living in the park: leopard, elephant, hyenas, big forest pig, bushbuck, mountain antelopes, common water goat, African buffalo, sunee antelope, striped jackal, canna, dukers, baboon anubis, wild beasts and white-throated monkey. In rare cases, you can see a golden cat and a bongo antelope - a forest antelope living in a bamboo forest. Evening saafari .
Accommodation at the lodge to choose from, full board.
Mountain Lodge or The Ark
Transfer to the foot of the majestic mountain Kenya, upon arrival, hotel location, relaxation.
Evening activities to choose from: safaris, club events such as horse riding, fishing, water games, visiting an animal shelter, croquet, climbing, walking in nature and much more.
Hotel accommodation, full board.
Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club
A sightseeing tour of Cape Town with a guide.
Cape Town is called Mother City - "The mother of African cities", because it is from here that the colonial history of South Africa begins. You will pass through the historic center of the city, the famous Aderley street with its many monuments, you will see an ancient fortress, the first building built by Europeans in southern Africa. You will enter the picturesque Malay quarter of Bo-Kaap. Stroll along the famous Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. Visit the Table Mountain, where you can climb the funicular (depending on weather conditions). From the mountain offers a stunning view that will remain in your memory for life. *** The ticket for the funicular to the table mountain is paid on the spot ***
Excursion to the Valley of Vineyards.
At wine farms, you will get to know the local winemaking traditions and, if you wish, take a tasting of the best South African wines. Delicious wine, great food, colonial history and amazing views with these words, you can express the essence of traveling through the vineyards of the Western Cape.
In the vineyards of Vergenoeg you will find an amazing parade of ducks breed Indian runner. About 800 ducks are engaged in the protection of the vine, their main task is to find thousands of snails that threaten the harvest.
Visit to Stellenbosch, the second oldest city after Cape Town. The city is designed in the Cape-Dutch style. You will want to wander through the streets and plunge into the era of the 19th, the beginning of the 20th century. A lot of souvenir and antique shops will meet on your way, be sure to drink a cup of coffee in one of the many cafes.
Accommodation at the selected hotel.
Extract from hotel. Return to Nairobi, transfer to the airport, flight home.