Day 1: Nairobi- Samburu National Reserve
You will be pick up from the airport with a briefing, thereafter you will be driven north past the equator to the northern frontier district. Continue to the semi-arid Samburu National reserve and check in to your campsite. Lunch at the lodge. There will be time to settle in before your safari adventure. Set out for an afternoon game drive in the reserve. Return to the lodge before dark. Dinner in the Tented Camp. Overnight: Samburu Game Lodge
Day 2: Samburu
Set out for an early morning game drive in the Samburu reserve. This is usually the most popular game viewing time. During the early hours’ temperatures are low, thus providing a favourable atmosphere both for the game and the viewer. Lion, Cheetah and Leopard roam the vast grasslands in search for their next meal, it may be an unsuspecting impala or even a small one like the warthog whatever the players, the spectacle of nature unfolding is always awe-inspiring! 8.30 am. Back at the lodge, enjoy your sumptuous breakfast. Lunch in the camp than its time at leisure to relax by the riverside watching crocodile at 4.00 pm. Afternoon game drive. Return to the campsite before dark. Dinner in the camp
Overnight: Samburu Game Lodge
Day 3: Samburu - Nakuru (175KM)
After early breakfast depart for a morning game drive in the reserve, en-route to the gate. Drive a southerly direction to the equator for a brief stop. Here, the locals do a water demonstration to qualify the position of the equator and for a small tip, you could be awarded an 'equator Certificate. After the brief stop, Drive to the Thompsons falls for a photo-stop then down into the great rift valley. As you ascend the eastern wall of the rift Valley, lush coffee and tea plantations reveal themselves and your driver-guide will give you a brief talk about coffee farming in Kenya. After checking in at your lodge, lunch Enroute. Dinner in the Hotel. Overnight: Lake Nakuru Lodge
Day 4: Nakuru - Masai Mara
Full buffet breakfast in the camp. Check out thereafter and drive via Narok town to Maasai Mara national reserve, the land of the Maasai tribe. The proud young Maasai warrior-nomads with their plaited hair, red cloaks, and spears, challenge your curiosity. The 700-square-mile Game Reserve is the Africa of your dreams, complete with wild animals grazing amid the superb rolling and scape of gentle hills and acacia woodlands. Check in to your lodge. Lunch in the lodge. There will be time to settle in before your first game drive. Afternoon game drive in the reserve. Return to the lodge before dark. Dinner in the Tented Camp.
Day 5: Maasai Mara
Wake up call. Tea, coffee and cookies will be served in the lodge.
6.30 am: Set out for FULL DAY game drive in the reserve. This is usually the most popular game viewing time. During the early hour’s temperatures are low, thus providing a favourable atmosphere both for the game and the viewer. Lion, Cheetah and Leopard roam the vast grasslands in search for their next meal, it may be an unsuspecting impala or even a small one like the warthog. Whatever the players, the spectacle of nature unfolding is always awe-inspiring! 7.30 pm: Dinner in the Mara Azure LODGE.
Day 6: Maasai Mara - Lake Naivasha
Full buffet breakfast in the lodge then check out. Drive to Lake Naivasha where you will have your lunch en-route. After lunch in Mt Long’onot transit hotel, you will go on with the drive to Lake Naivasha which is the only freshwater lake in Great Rift Valley. Arrive in the hotel, overnight, dinner at Elsamere Hotel
Day 7: Crescent island-Nairobi
The Park Where You Walk with the animal "Crescent Island Sanctuary" is only one. Located on Lake Naivasha, Kenya in the Great Rift Valley. It is simply one of the most beautiful parks in Kenya, often called Naivasha's best-kept secret. It is private, secure and patrolled by Guides who can accompany anyone who wishes a for the guided walk. Surrounded by water, it is actually peninsular and is accessible by boat from East or West as well as by road, taking under two hours on tarmac from Nairobi.
Crescent Island Game Sanctuary shores host abundant birdlife especially huge numbers of pelicans, cormorants and fish-eagles with their haunting cry. There are more animals per acre than any other Kenyan Park; hence many film companies have been to the Island to film the herds of Wildebeest, Waterbuck, Zebra and Gazelle.