Day 1: Nairobi - Nakuru
From Nairobi JKIA to Lake Nakuru. Early breakfast at your lodge, depart and proceed to Nakuru. You arive for lunch then late afternoon for the late game drive. After game drive, drive back to the lodge on full board basis and spend the night at the lodge.
Day 2 to Day 3: Nakuru – Masai Mara
Early breakfast at your lodge, depart flamingo fringed Lake Nakuru and proceed southwards and turn right at Maai Mahiu to ascend up over the top of the Mau Escarpment and proceed to Masai Mara. Masai Mara crown’s the climax of every safari in Kenya for it’s breathtaking views, wildlife and birdlife wealth. It boarders serengeti to the north and supports a huge number of game e.g. large herds of elephant, rhino, giraffe, buffalo and their predators abound e.g. lion, leopard, crocodile etc and not to mention the spectacular annual migration of wildebeests, zebras, gazelles.
Lunch to be served at your lodge. Your accommodation for the next two nights will be at one of the excellent lodge Mara Sarova Tented Camp. After lunch and some time to relax and perhaps take a dip in the pool, you will depart with your driver guide for an afternoon game drive in search of the big five. As sun starts to edge dip into the horizon it will be perfect time to photograph the beautiful Mara rolling plains. Don’t forget this is the right time to spot the shy leopard. Dinner & overnight at Mara Sarova Tented Camp (BLD).
Day 4: Mara – Nairobi
After breakfast, drive back to Nairobi arriving in time for lunch at Toona Tree Restaurant. Later in the evening, a complimentary dinner at Carnivore Restaurant hosted by our company. Later you will be transferred to Nairobi Safari Club the only all-suite hotel in the city (BLD).
If 3 nights in Nakuru isn't for you then don't forget to check out the rest specially selected Kenyan safari adventures.
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.