Starts at Masai Mara and end at Lake Nakuru. Below is the 4 Days Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru Kenya Safari itinerary. Enjoy authentic interactions with the Maasai. See the big cats See the greatest show on earth the wildebeests migration. See more animals than you ever thought possible.
After breakfast, we pick you and drive to Masai Mara with stopover at the Great Rift Valley. We continue driving on through Longonot and Suswa and on to the Western walls with another stopover at Narok for fueling. We have lunch before arriving in the Mara in time for evening game drive in the Mara popular for the Big five (Lions, Elephants, Leopards, Buffalo and Rhinos). The team returns to Camp late in the evening just in time for dinner.
A full day is spent at the Masai Mara game reserve. Driving across the plains in search of the big cats (black manned lions, Cheetahs and leopards with picnic lunch served at the Mara River site. Vast herds of wildebeest and zebra wander across the Mara grasslands in huge numbers during this periodof the annual migrations take place, when millions of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle traverse the Mara plains landscape to feed on the rich new grass from the Serengeti. You also have a chance to see other plain game like the Topi, heartbeast, Eland.
Dinner and overnight at Camp/Lodge.
We will have an early morning game drive. It will be your last game drive in the Masai Mara before coming back for breakfast and packing for Nakuru. Arriving and checking in at Nakuru Hotel/Camp.
In Lake Nakuru National park we proceed for an extensive game viewing in search of cats in the among the ‘Yellow fever’ acacia trees which are leopards favorite and also on search of Rhino.(Nakuru is the home to the White rhinos and has tens of Black rhinos too. Lake Nakuru National park known for its millions of flamingos and other water birds like the Pelicans and Cormorants. No wonder Americas finest photographer Once described by Roger Tory Peterson as the “greatest bird spectacle in the world” for its seasonally large concentrations of greater and lesser flamingos and Pelicans, Lake Nakuru boasts some 600-bird species. It is also a designated rhino sanctuary, as well as home to other rare wildlife species after lunch leave for Nairobi.
The above will cost: