15 Days Kenya-Tanzania Safari

15 Days Kenya-Tanzania Safari

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15 Days Safari
Availability : Around the year
Masai Mara
Min Age : 12+

Day 1 Arrive in Nairobi, Kenya

On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, our representative will welcome you to Kenya. You will then be transferred to your hotel.

Day 2Nairobi – Amboseli National Park

After breakfast, your safari guide will meet you and briefly go over the itinerary before departing for Amboseli National park which is at the Kenya-Tanzania border. Amboseli is a great place to watch elephants against the backdrop of Africa’s highest peak – Mt. Kilimanjaro. After lunch you can relax before setting out for your late afternoon Game drive.

Amboseli means a place of dust in the Maasai language. Amboseli does not support much of vegetation due to its alkaline soil though it supports quite a good number of wildlife, including all the big five, i.e.elephants, leopard, lion, buffalo and rhino. It has the most elephants per square kilometer; it is the home of Maasai and also a former home of the Kilimanjaro Mountain. Has also a good number of different bird species. The various habitats in the Park are an attraction from the deserts to the riverine, the acacia woodlands, swamps (which include Enkongo Narok & Ol Kenya swamp), open grasslands and the seasonal Lake Amboseli.

Day 3Amboseli National Park.

Full day spent in Amboseli Park with a morning and an afternoon game drive.

Day 4Amboseli National Park – Tarangire National Park

This morning your guide will transfer you to the border town of Namanga where you will be received by your Tanzanian driver/guide. The driver will brief you regarding the Tanzania safari and then drive you towards Tarangire via Arusha. You can take some time to have lunch in Arusha (at own cost) before proceeding to the park. Depending on how you feel on arrival at Tarangire National park you can decide to start with game drive before retiring to your hotel.

Tarangire National Park, named after the Tarangire River covers an area of appr. 2,850 sq km and is probably one of the least visited parks of the northern Tanzanian game parks. This makes it retain a real air of undiscovered Africa.

Day 5Tarangire National Park

The day will be spent game driving and resting in Tarangire National Park.

This park offers wide panoramas of open acacia woodland and grass savannah, where herds of elephants and other unique wildlife, such as fringe-eared Oryx and kudu roam, run free. Seeing the game in their natural setting helps us understand their unique characters and lifestyles.

Day 6Tarangire National Park – Ngorongoro

It’s market day in Lausanne! Enjoy browsing and packing a picnic lunch for our 11 a.m. boat cruise on Lake Geneva. A few miles down-shore we’ll dock at Château de Chillon, where we’ll have a guided tour of this delightfully medieval castle on the water. On our way back we’ll take time to peek into the vineyards surrounding Lutry before returning to Lausanne. Boat: 2 hrs. Bus: 1 hr. Walking: moderate.

Day 7Ngorongoro

Early morning descend to the crater for game viewing. Your guide will help you to order lunch box. Allowed time in the crater is maximum 6 hours. In the afternoon you can rest or go for a late game drive around the crater rim.

Day 8Ngorongoro – Serengeti National Park

Arise for an early breakfast, depart to the Park of legends and dreams “the Serengeti National Park”. You will have your lunch enroute. On arrival you can check in and spend the afternoon enjoying the breathtaking views of the Serengeti plains from your camp.

Officially, Serengeti National Park is 14,763 km but there are no fences and the actual range stretches
way past the borders, into Kenya’s Maasai Mara, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the Maswa Game
Reserve in the south-west, the Grumeti and Ikorongo Controlled Areas in the west and the Western
Corridor of the park in search of greener pastures. Serengeti’s other common animals include lions,
leopards, zebras, Thompson gazelles, impala, Grant’s gazelles and buffalos. Most of the park is open
grassland broken by isolated granite kopjes and patches of acacias woodland.

Day 9Serengeti National Park

Day spent in the Serengeti Plains with meals and game drives included.

The Serengeti is renowned for its annual wildebeest migration and large predator population. From February to May, a herd of over a million wildebeests migrate for the Western corridor of the park in search of greener pastures. Serengeti’s other common animals include lions, leopards, zebras,Thompson gazelles, impala, Grant’s gazelles and buffalos. Most of the park is open grassland broken by isolated granite kopjes and patches of acacias woodlands.

Day 10Serengeti National Park – Maasai Mara Game Reserve

Arise for an early morning breakfast and depart the camp with lunch-boxes for the journey to Kenya’s most famous Game reserve – Masai Mara. On arrival at the border town of Isebania, your driver from Moran Trails Adventures will welcome you back to Kenya and drive you to Masai Mara.

Day 11 & 12Masai Mara Game Reserve

You will spend the next days exploring the Maasai Mara. Your safari guide/driver will take you to different areas inside the game reserve, tracking down the lions, elephants, monkeys, different types of birds etc. within these days you will also visit a Maasai Manyatta to experience the way of life of these famous nomadic tribe of East Africa.

Masai Mara is one of the world’s most famous wildlife reserves, and one of Africa’s major safari
destination. With its scenic beauty and abundant wildlife Maasai Mara’s lucrative tourist attraction from July to September, provides one of nature’s most dramatic sights, the annual migration of over a million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle from the Serengeti in the south and across the Mara River into Maasai Mara. Following their footsteps are Africa’s predators: lion, leopard, cheetah and hyena. Full day spent in search of Elephants, Buffalo, Lion, Zebra, Cheetah, Rhino, Wildebeest and other plains’ game.

Day 13Masai Mara Game Reserve – Lake Nakuru National Park

Arise to an early breakfast and then drive towards the Great Riftvalley to arrive at Lake Nakuru in time for lunch. An afternoon game drive provides an opportunity to experience one of the world’s largest ornithological bird spectacles – the pink flamingo.

Lake Nakuru National Park is located 140km north-west of Nairobi and it is famous for the thousands of pink flamingos that cover the lake. Lake Nakuru National Park is famous for its flamingos and other abundant birds. It is also one of Kenya’s finest rhino sanctuaries. It was the first lake to be gazetted as a National park, where you will enjoy an amazing game drive to view both wildlife and the Lake. It is the best park to be lucky enough to spot the Leopard. Here will you spot most of the big five, i.e. buffalo, both white and black rhino, leopard and lion, the elephant is the only big five animal that is not found in the park.

Day 14Lake Nakuru National Park

Today, you can opt to go out for a pre-breakfast game drive and return to the camp to relax. In the afternoon you have another game drive and a chance to visit the baboon cliff from where you have an awesome view of the park.

Day 15Lake Nakuru National Park - Nairobi

Take breakfast at leisure and prepare to check out for your onward journey to Nairobi. Enroute you can stop-over at Lake Naivasha for sight seeing or take a boat ride or have lunch (on own account). The rest of the day will be at leisure. In the early evening you will be transferred to the airport to catch your outbound flight home.

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March 18, 2022
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