The Masai Mara 3 Days 2 nights safari.Day 1: Nairobi/Masai Mara Depart from Nairobi towards Maasai Mara reserve via rift valley, lunch and game drive and later camp at the Mara. Day 2: Masai Mara Enjoy a full day game viewing in the rolling grass of Mara with endless plain where more than two million wild beast gnu's are migrating from Serengeti in Tanzania . Day 3: Masai Mara/ Nairobi Have a morning drive to try and search for what we have not sported before returning to the camp for lunch and checkouts →
The Ngong Hills are peaks in a ridge along the Great Rift Valley located southwest near Nairobi Wildlife can still be seen in Ngong Hills, antelope and buffalo are the most common. Gazelles, giraffes, bushbuck, the occasional klipspringer and troupes of baboons are visible as they graze along the roadside. The elevation of Ngong is 2061 meters (6765 feet) in altitude . To view Call us on +254721148419.
Drive from Nairobi and enjoy the view of the Great Rift Valley from the escarpments and then descend to the Lake Nakuru National Park. A game drive to view thousands of flamingo and other bird species in addition to viewing the white and black Rhino, Leopard, Buffalo and Waterbuck among others. Lunch is served at either Sarova Lion Hill Lodge or Lake Nakuru Lodge.
Nairobi City Excursions are short tours offering you the opportunity to see the city within a short time and discover Nairobi beauty and history. You will be picked from your Nairobi hotel to advice. Places to visit:
Half Day 10.30 - 5.30 PM- Sheldrick Elephant Santuary , Mamba Village & Bomas of Kenya
Full Day- Nairobi National park, Safari Walk, Animal Orphanage & Giraffe Centre Call us on +254721148419.
In general, ecotourism is an insightful, mindful and participatory travel experience to natural and cultural environments, assisting the well-being of the local cultures and environments for future generations. At the same time ecotourism produces viable economic opportunities for the host areas. Western Kenya Ecotourism Extravaganza - 7 Days
Coastal Kenya Safari is a good choice when you are looking for a place where you can relax and enjoy. There are many attractions in this region which can be easily accessed by air or road. Kenya's coastline is a tropical paradise, studded with palm trees, sultry white sand beaches, the warm and azure waters of the Indian Ocean, along with mesmerizing colorful coral reefs. These off-shore reefs form a protective barrier for the beaches, creating calm water for swimming, snorkeling and water sports. Dine out on the delicious seafood that comes straight from these waters. The beaches are outlined by coastal rainforests, profuse with bountiful birdlife.
The climate of Kenya coast is mostly filled with sunny days, warm, balmy nights, and gentle breezes off the sea. Kenya Travel Safari provides an ideal holiday vacation that will surely be enjoyed by the tourists
Stretching from the Lebanon to Mozambique, Africa's Great Rift Valley is a 6,000-mile crack in the earth's crust, and much of it is to be found in Kenya, where it has literally cut the country in two. The Great Rift Valley contains some of the world’s finest lakes, mountains and plains. Beginning in the remote north, the first of these lakes is Turkana. Sometimes known as the Jade Sea, it sits in a land more reminiscent of the moon than of planet earth, and is home to a range of incredibly resilient life-forms. Rarely visited, Lake Turkana is the largest desert lake in the world, and supports Africa's biggest population of Nile Crocodiles. Further south, there are a number of lakes - Baringo, Bagoria, Nakuru, the soda Elimentaita, and Naivasha - all unique, all supporting a staggeringly large proportion of Kenya’s wildlife. The saline Bagoria is sometime home to huge flocks of lesser flamingo, and contains more true geysers than any other area (of equal size) in the world. Baringo supports 500 species of bird, and is crucial stop off for migrant bird populations. Nakuru, together with its numbers of flamingo, is the reason why its park is one of the most popular in Kenya. Like Lake Baringo, Naivasha is a freshwater lake, and supports healthy populations of hippo. Elementaita attracts large numbers of flamingo. And, in the far south, in the arid border lands of the Rift Valley Province, lie lakes Natron and Magadi, whose surfaces, like those of Elementaita, appear pink, such is the propensity of flamingo.… Continue Reading →