Best Safari Holiday in Kenya

Best Wildlife Safari Holiday

Enjoy a luxurious wildlife safari to Kenya’s pristine destinations. You will love this.

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A luxurious Wildlife Tour

Explore Kenya in the best wildlife safari package that will take you through numerous attractions within its borders from Samburu to the Rift Valley and Maasai Mara National Reserve.

Discover the beauty of Kenya as you cruise through the semi-arid plains of Shaba National Reserve to see what makes it one of the animal sanctuaries of Samburu County. Your stay at this location also gives an insight into the peaceful coexistence of man and beast in this region. The Samburu people live beside the hundreds of species in the reserve.

The bird populated plains of the Great Rift Valley have nothing short of a magical effect on you. View, learn and discover species that turn Lake Nakuru into a pink rim before you proceed to other attractions.

Add some icing to the cake with a trip south-west of Nakuru to Maasai Mara National Reserve. This attraction is the highlight of any holiday in Kenya because it is the land of the great wildebeest migration.

Destinations: Nairobi – Shaba – Nakuru – Mara

 Nairobi

Arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) where our ground representative will welcome you.  Board the road transfer vehicle to Sarova Panafric Hotel, which is about 10 minutes from JKIA. This hotel is only 18km from JKIA, and it sits on a serene section of the city within view of the CBD.

Sarova Panafric is a luxurious hotel with decades of hospitality excellence that reflect the initial objective of this resort as a dedication to the Pan-African movement. Enjoy excellent accommodation facilities in the furnished suites of the six-storey hotel surrounded by gardens that turn the environment into a serene spot despite its proximity to the CBD. Indulge in succulent meals in restaurants that close when every guest sleeps or even call for room service and order your à la carte choice from the variety of options.

Spend the night in comfort and luxury ahead of the best wildlife safari in Kenya.

 Lake Nakuru National Park

 Wake up to a hearty breakfast, and shortly afterwards head for the birding capital of the Great Rift Valley– Nakuru.

Arrive and check in at Sarova Lion Hill Lodge, a luxury resort overlooking Lake Nakuru. Enjoy a sumptuous lunch as you take in the scenic view of Lake Nakuru National Park.

Leave the lodge for an excursion of the lake and its flora and fauna. The first stop is watching the millions of flamingos that knit a pink blanket over Lake Nakuru. Other animals to see are Rothschild’s giraffes, colobus monkeys, leopards and lions in Lake Nakuru National Park.

A birding tour will enlighten you on the many species that make melodious music in the park and around the lodge. You should also expect a tour of the rhino sanctuary within this park to discover both the white and black rhino species.

Get back to the Sarova Lion Hill Lodge for dinner and a goodnight’s sleep.

Maasai Mara National Reserve

Leave Nakuru for Maasai Mara and check into Sarova Mara Game Camp. This lodge gives picturesque view of the plains teeming with wildebeests, lions, elephants, zebras and antelopes among other animals.

 Explore the plains after lunch searching for various species and the over 500 species of birds. Maasai Mara is popular all over the world because it houses all the main species expected in the best wildlife safari.

 Even more thrilling is the fact that the great wildebeest migration triples the number of wildebeests, antelopes, zebras and predators in this reserve. Witness this baffling phenomenon if your trip is between July and October.

Go back to the Sarova Mara Game Camp for dinner and rest ahead of another excursion the next day.

Nairobi

Wake up to a delicious meal at Sarova Mara. After a six day-tour, prepare to leave the country on the seventh day. Drive out of the park to Nairobi to catch your flight out of the country.

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