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This safari takes you
to visit Amboseli - Masai Mara Game Reserve for 2 nights with game
drives and Lake Nakuru National Park for a night with game drive. Your
accommodation can be in luxury or standard lodge or camping as per your
budget. You will enjoy and experience nature, wildlife, habit and
habitat of fauna and flora in the natural area.
You will enjoy and experience nature, wildlife, habit and habitat of the fauna and flora in the natural areas, also peoples and culture. Availability 90%
Minimum Rate Per Adult: US$
Departing From: Nairobi
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights Amboseli - Lake Nakuru - Masai Mara Budget Camping Safari
Departure Time: 0800 Hrs (possible to leave earlier than)
Minimum Persons Required: 2Accommodations: Budget Camp
Best Time: All round the year
Amboseli - Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara
Day 1: Nairobi - Amboseli National Park
Pick up from your hotel at 0730 hrs and drive to Amboseli national park arriving in time for lunch at Kibo safari Camp . Afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at Kibo Safari Camp.
Day 2: Amboseli National Park
Full day in Amboseli with morning and afternoon game drive (optional visits to Masai village). All meal and overnight at Kibo safari Camp
Amboseli National park is one of the most popular wildlife sanctuaries in Kenya. It is situated close to Kenya. It is situated close to Kenya- Tanzania border, The Park lies at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa (5,896m) whose snow-capped summit presents a splendid view on clear days. Amboseli National Park is often referred to as “The home of Elephants’ some of the largest Elephant herds are found here. The Game Park also contains vast groups of Zebras, Wildebeests, Giraffes, Buffalos, Hippos and Antelopes. Also to be found in Amboseli are lions, leopards, Cheetahs, Rhinos and many species of plain gamed through thousands of meters of volcanic rock from Mount Kilimanjaro. Animal species seen include elephant, zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, impala and leopard. The birdlife seen here includes pelican, bee eater, kingfisher, African fish eagle and pygmy falcon
Day 3.Amboseli - Lake Nakuru
Depart Amboseli in the morning Via Nairobi for lunch and drive to the Great Rift Valley viewing sceneries enroute, arriving to the Pink Lake often referred so due to it’s Great masses of Flamingos. Arrival is in the early evening and proceed for game drive. Dinner and overnight at Lake Nakuru guest house
Lake Nakuru's claim to fame is anchored on
its flamingo's and the over 400 species of birds found here. The lake
itself is a soda lake on the floor of the rift valley. The sight of the
at times millions of flamingos is quite spectacular. From a distance the
lake appears ringed in pink. The Lake has also earned a reputation as an
important haven for endangered species- particularly the Rothschild
Giraffe and the black and white rhino. Lions, waterbuck, buffalo and
baboons are all residents here
Day 4. Lake Nakuru -Maasai Mara
Morning game drive, Watch and photograph Birds and Animals , breakfast and depart for Masai Mara, Arrive in time for lunch. Afternoon game drive is taken. Dinner and overnight at Mara sidai or Enchoro wildlife camp .
Day 5 & 6. Maasai Mara
Full day in Masai Mara. Morning and afternoon game drive. Meals and overnight at Mara sidai or Enchoro wildlife camp ..
The Mara offers wildlife in such variety and abundance that it is difficult to believe: over 450 species of animals have been recorded here. You will easily see lions, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, giraffe, wildebeests, zebras, buffalo, warthogs, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs, buffalo, leopard, many kinds of antelopes and elephant. It is in the Mara that perhaps the most spectacular event of the natural world takes place. This is the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti (Tanzania) in search of water and pasture. Following on their heels are the predators of the savanna- lion, cheetah, wild dog, jackal, hyena and vultures
Day 7. Nairobi
Morning game drive then return to the campsite for breakfast .We drive to Nairobi where the safari ends to arrive by 1400 hrs..
-Transport in a 9 seater custom made Tour van with a pop up roof - each person is guaranteed a window seat
- Services of a professional English, Spanish, German speaking guides
- Game drives as per the itinerary
- Game parks or national parks entry fees;
- Accommodations in self contained Tents fitted with camp beds/Linen is provided in Lake Nakuru/Masai Mara only
- Three meals per day whilst on safari, prepared by our cook
- 1 litre Mineral water per person per day
- Complimentary return airport transfers in Nairobi
- Sleeping bag
- Cultural visits to Maasai villages – costs US$ 25
- Personal effects
- Kenya Visas
- Hotel accommodation in Nairobi before and after the safari
Amboseli National Park is a very popular Kenya safari reserve because of the stunning view it displays of nearby Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest freestanding mountain. When you go on your Amboseli Safari, be sure to get the famous photograph of elephants with the unforgettable views of Kilimanjaro in the background!
Streams from Kilimanjaro surface in the centre of Amboseli, creating swamps that attract and support a rich diversity of wild animals and birdlife.
As Amboseli is easily accessible, it forms a popular part of many of our safari itineraries. Amboseli is one of the smaller game parks in Kenya and the vegetation ensures that the animals are easy to spot. Lions can easily be found and can occasionally be watched stalking their prey.
Buffalo, zebra, giraffe, gazelle and other plains game are plentiful in the park and hippos live in the open waters and swamp channels. The elephants found here are surprisingly relaxed around safari vehicles; they were largely unaffected by ivory poaching and have some of the largest tusks.
Lake Nakuru is a very shallow strongly alkaline lake 62 km2 in extent. It is set in a picturesque landscape of surrounding woodland and grassland next to Nakuru town. The landscape includes areas of marsh and grasslands alternating with rocky cliffs and outcrops, stretches of acacia woodland and rocky hillsides covered with a Euphorbia forest on the eastern perimeter.
The lake catchment is bounded by Menengai crater to the north, the Bahati hills to the north east, the lion hill ranges to the east, eburu crater to the south and the mau escarpment to the west. Three major rivers, the njoro, makalia and enderit drain into the lake, together with treated water from the town's sewage works and the outflow from several springs along the shore.
Lake Nakuru was first gazetted as a bird sanctuary in 1960 and upgraded to National Park status in 1968. A northern extension was added to the park in 1974 and the lake was designated as a Ramsar site in 1990. The foundation of the parks food chains is the cyanophyte spirulina platensis which can support huge numbers of lesser flamingo.
Masai Mara is the most famous wildlife conservation area in Kenya and indeed the world. This game reserve is home to an amazing variety of wildlife in a natural and untouched state.
Masai Mara has a rolling savannah landscape dotted with patchy shrubs and bush thickets,and is the Kenyan part of the large ecosystem stretching south to Serengeti in Tanzania.
The wildlife in Masai Mara is varied, ranging from the big cats to elephant, rhino and vast herds of herbivores such as wildebeest. A true animal kingdom if there ever was one. Lake Nakuru Budget Camping safari tour, Masai Mara Camping Safari,4 days Budget camping safari, cheap Nakuru Masai Mara trips, Lake Nakuru camping, Masai Mara budget camping Safari
Masai Mara Safari
There are several safari options by road to the Masai Mara. Usually, these start from Nairobi, and include a scenic 5 to 6 hour drive down to the Sekenani gate or to the North West part of the reserve.
Accommodation is in lodges which offer quality service, rooms, and usually excellent buffet meals on a full board basis. Safaris are usually for a minimum of 2 nights and 3 days, although it is possible to have a quick one night safari here as well, although this is too short to really sample the magic of the Masai Mara. Flying Safaris to Mara are also available.
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Maasai children - behind them is a mud hut known as a "manyatta"The Maasai Tribe
This warrior tribe of nomadic pastoralists are descendants of Nilotic and Cushitic people originally from north of Lake Turkana over 10 centuries ago. Their life is dominated by their herds of their cattle and livestock.
They often move hundreds of kilometers with large herds of livestock in search of water and rich pastures. The Masai diet is based on fresh curdled milk and meat from their livestock.
Centuries ago the Maasai were feared as ruthless conquerors and cattle rustlers who invaded other tribal areas in search of bigger grazing land and more cattle. The Maasai are also famous for drinking a mixture of cattle blood and milk during ceremonial rites. An arrow is shot at close range to punture the jugular vein of the cow...More...
Cheetahs spot prey on a mound -Conservation in the Masai Mara
The Masai Mara has a strong but vulnerable eco system with thousands of tourists annually visiting the reserve , putting huge pressure on the environment. Conservation in the Mara is of paramount importance, and has been targetted at preservation of the wildlife and environment.
Like most third world countries, Kenya has growing land pressure issues, with the increasing population ever searching for more land to live and cultivate on. The Mara has it's share of land-animal-population conflict.
This is an issue being taken up by government, conservation bodies and NGO's. Funds are a major problem when it comes to conservation and often, organizations involved in conservation bodies.