5 Day: Lake Nakuru and Maasai Mara Nation Park.
Day 01 Nairobi
Arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta international airport from where our guide will pick you up and transfer to your hotel. With an excursion of Nairobi City en route to the hotel for overnight Melili International Hotel.
Day 02 Lake Nakuru
A small briefing, depart to Northwest of Nairobi and in the Great Rift Valley lies Lake Naivasha, surrounded by swamp. Here you can observe a large, thriving population of resident hippos, and vibrant flamingos adding exotic colors to the striking landscape. Have your binoculars handy to spot some of the 400 species of birds, including eagles, pelicans, and the bearded vulture.
Depart to Lake Nakuru arriving on time for lunch followed by an afternoon game drive in Lake Nakuru National park. Lake Nakuru National Park is a scenic gem of Tanzania, stretching more than 73 miles (188 km) along the base of the Rift Valley escarpment. Explore this natural beauty, home to a large diversity of wildlife—and a great spot for bird-watching—with the help of your expert guide. Overnight at Nakuru Sopa Lodge –Meal Plan FB
Day 3 Masai Mara National Reserve.
Early morning breakfast after which depart with game drive en route to most –Maasai Mara National Reserve -Kenya’s most popular nature reserve is renowned for its impressive number of big cats, most notably lions, though you may spot the odd cheetah as well. The Serengeti plains, irrigated by the River Mara, make up much of the park and sustain huge populations of migratory animals, including wildebeest, giraffes and zebras. 4WD safaris at different times of the day will ensure you get the most out of your visit. Lunch and overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge –Meal Plan FB
Day 4 Masai Mara National Reserve.
Full day in Masai Mara - all the game drives with a visit to Masai Village where you will interact with the masai and learn their tradition and culture. You’ve seen pictures of them – adorned with the brilliant red, blue and purple patterns of the shukas they wear. The men with their spears, tall and proud. The women bejeweled with bright beaded earrings and scarves. These are the some of the oldest inhabitants of East Africa, the Maasai people. They live in small mud-thatched villages, surrounded by their cattle and smaller livestock. For hundreds of years the Masai have roamed these lands of Kenya and Tanzania, living a free, nomadic lifestyle. Their traditional lands now comprise much of Kenya’s national parks. A highlight of your safari vacation is a visit with these Maasai people. Many of the tribes welcome visitors to their villages to view up close their culture and lifestyle. Overnight – Mara Sopa Lodge –FB
Day 5-Masai Mara -Nairobi JKIA.
Early morning game drive then embark to the lodge for breakfast and check out. You will depart and driven back to Nairobi with a stopover for lunch before drop over to the airport to catch your flight home,