On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be met by our company representative, briefed and thereafter depart for Maasai Mara Game Reserve having lunch along the way. Maasai Mara Game Reserve is considered Kenyaâ€™s prime wildlife area. This is due to the acacia-dotted plain scenery of stunning beauty where Black manned lions, cheetahs and leopards are found in abundance. Elephants, giraffes, genet cats just to mention a few Mara also hosts over 450 species of bird including the national bird of Kenya, the lilac breasted roller bird & other nocturnal birds. Arrive having an en-route game drive around these vast plains and thereafter head to Lenchada Tourist Camp as darkness sets for dinner and overnight.
Meal plan: Lunch & Dinner; Overnight at Lenchada Tourist Camp/Equivalent.
Distance: Approximately 254 kilometers from Nairobi.
Breakfast at the camp and thereafter enjoy full-day game drives with a visit to the Mara River where you will get to see the huge crocodile as they bask in the sun and alongside them, you will also find hippos as they yawn their way to the surface of the water. It is also the destination of the eighth wonder of the world known as the great migration. During the great wildebeest migration, this river turns to a valley of death and only the fittest survive. Herds of wildebeests, zebras and antelopes cross the Mara River to seek greener pastures. This scene is among the 10 wonders of the world as it happens yearly.
Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch& Dinner; overnight at Lenchada Tourist Camp/Equivalent.
After breakfast, you will have an en-route game drive as you depart for Nairobi via Narok town where you will have lunch before proceeding. Arrive in the evening and be transferred to your city hotel/specified location.
Close encounters with the Big five and witness the annual wildebeest migration - the 7th wonder of the world!
Experience Tanzania's most famous and impressive game parks - Lake Manyara, Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro COnservation Area.
The Machame route is also referred to as the whiskey route as it is considered to be more difficult and more intoxicating than the Marangu (coca-cola) route.