Holaa Safari Kenya

6 Days Explore Kenya Safari

Tsavo East - Tsavo West - Amboseli - Lake Nakuru - Masai Mara


Safari Highlights

Each of these destinations offers unique experiences in Kenya’s stunning natural landscape. Here are some highlights for each:

  1. Tsavo East National Park:

    • Red Elephants: Tsavo is famous for its “red elephants,” who dust themselves with the park’s vibrant red soil.
    • Aruba Dam: A great spot for wildlife viewing, especially during the dry season when animals congregate around water sources.
    • Lugard Falls: A series of rapids on the Galana River, offering picturesque scenery and opportunities for birdwatching.
  2. Tsavo West National Park:

    • Mzima Springs: Crystal-clear springs with underwater viewing hides for observing hippos and fish.
    • Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary: Home to both black and white rhinos, offering a chance to see these endangered creatures up close.
    • Shetani Lava Flows: Massive lava flows from past volcanic eruptions, creating a unique landscape for exploration.
  3. Amboseli National Park:

    • Views of Mount Kilimanjaro: Amboseli offers some of the best views of Africa’s highest peak, often with elephants in the foreground.
    • Large Elephant Herds: Known for its large herds of elephants, Amboseli provides excellent opportunities for elephant sightings and photography.
    • Swamp Observation Point: A marshy area in the park where wildlife, including elephants, hippos, and various bird species, congregate.
  4. Lake Nakuru National Park:

    • Flamingo Flocks: Lake Nakuru is famous for its vast flocks of flamingos, which can create a stunning pink hue over the lake.
    • Rhino Sanctuary: Home to both black and white rhinos, offering a chance to see these endangered species up close.
    • Baboon Cliff: A scenic viewpoint overlooking the lake, offering panoramic vistas and opportunities for birdwatching.
  5. Masai Mara National Reserve:

    • Great Migration: Witness one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet as millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other ungulates cross the Mara River in search of greener pastures.
    • Big Five Viewing: The Mara is home to all members of the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros), offering excellent opportunities for wildlife sightings.
    • Hot Air Balloon Safaris: Experience the reserve from a different perspective with a hot air balloon safari, providing breathtaking aerial views of the landscape and wildlife below.

These are just a few highlights of each destination, and each offers much more to explore and discover. Enjoy your safari adventure in Kenya!

Safari Itinerary

You will be picked up early from your accommodation in Nairobi and start to make your way to the Masai Mara. The journey takes you through the Great African Rift Valley and there will be opportunities to stop and allow you to take in the vistas and take photos to preserve your memories.

Lunch is arranged at a local village, consisting of traditional Kenyan food, before you finally reach the Masai Mara Game Reserve and settle into your accommodation. Your first game drive will be this same afternoon, with your first chance to catch a glimpse of the wild animals that have brought you to such a majestic part of the world. Look out for Lions, Giraffes, Buffalo, Elephants and many more stars of the savanna.

The evening is spent at your camp or lodge, where dinner will be served. Your first day on safari in Kenya will include:

  • Accommodation at your camp or lodge
  • Overnight stay inside Masai Mara Game Reserve
  • Lunch and dinner, not breakfast
  • Drinking water, other drinks are extra

Be ready to undertake an adventure that will last the whole day, as you undertake your journey around the Masai Mara for a full day of game rides. There is an abundance of wild animals for your viewing pleasure, with opportunities to see migrations, grazing, and natural behaviour in this home of some of the greatest animals on the planet.

The Masai Mara offers some of the best chances to see animals such as cheetahs and leopard hiding among the acacia boughs that dot the rolling landscape. Lunch is served picnic style during your game drive, keeping you close to the nature you’ve travelled so far to see.

As well as the wildlife, the park is home to the tribe of Masai warriors. Their bravery is known the world over in their battles with the animals of the savanna, and they welcome you into the culture with traditional song and dance. You have chance to witness their culture and visit a home to better know their extraordinary way of life. This visit is optional and there is an extra fee of US$20 applicable. Your second day on safari in Kenya includes:

  • Accommodation at your camp or lodge.
  • Overnight stay inside Masai Mara Game Reserve
  • Breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Before breakfast, you will be taken on an early morning game drive to see how the Masai Mara moves from night time to day break. After returning to your lodge or camp for breakfast, you will depart towards Lake Nakuru through the Great African Rift Valley.

Flocks of flamingos have made Lake Nakuru their home, and they take over the blue waters with their stunning pink feathers – so coloured from the algae in the lake they feed in. More than four hundred other birds make this lake their home, and your African safari guide will help you spot such stunning avian species as: White pelicans, Plovers, Egrets, Marabou stalks

After taking your chance to also spot black and white rhino, as well as Rothchild giraffes, you will go to your accommodation within the national park for dinner to be served

An early morning game drive through Lake Nakuru National Park starts the day before breakfast is served in your lodge or camp. Your day will be spent traversing the Kenyan countryside through the Great African Rift Valley and having chance to appreciate the splendor of this most ancient of landscapes. Lunch is served during your journey, and you’ll reach Amboseli National Park with an late afternoon game drive later check in time for dinner to be served in your camp or lodge accommodation. Take time to relax and rejuvenate before your day or exploration starts the next morning.

The day begins with an early start to give you chance to see the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro before the clouds roll in. Game driving is the order of the day, affording you ample opportunity to witness some of the awe-inspiring animals of the Amboseli with packed lunch served in the middle of the wild. This park is famed for its herds of elephants, and is also home to animals such as Giraffes, Wildebeest, Baboons, Hyenas, Lions and many more that your Kenyan safari guide will be able to adeptly assist you in spotting.

Another chance to visit a village of the Masaai is presented as an optional extra after breakfast. You will be greeted in the traditional way, with singing and dancing. You have chance to explore their culture and traditions as nomads of the plains of Africa. For this activity there kindly talk to the Safari Guide, extra fee and its optional not mandatory.

The final morning of your wildlife safari in Kenya begins with an early morning game drive, punctuated by scenery of Mount Kilimanjaro and opportunity to see the stunning wildlife for a final time on your luxury safari in Kenya. After your swansong to Amboseli the morning drive back to Nairobi will take you through the countryside, peppered with traditional homesteads.

Upon arrival in Nairobi, you can choose to be dropped off at your hotel, residence, or at the airport, depending on your onwards itinerary. For Guests proceeding to coastal hotels in Diani,Mombasa or Watamu there is an option of Connecting with a Train at Emali Railway Station. Our African Safari has different options for our customer’s need.

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