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7Days Adventurer Explore Africa safari to Tsavo East, Amboseli National Park Lake Nakuru and then winding up with Maasai Mara will give you times to come closer to the real African animals and birds. The four parks offer different scenery
and meeting different ethnic group of people. The safari can starts from Mombasa and ends in Nairobi or from Nairobi and ends in Mombasa.
You will be picked up from your Hotel and then towards Voi, town of the region. It is lying at the base of Voi Mountain massive fortress of rock named after the town. It provides a gateway into Tsavo East National Park. This together with neighboring Tsavo West forms the largest of Kenya's parks. Spotting game as you go, you'll reach Voi Safari Lodge in time for lunch, the lodge is raised up on a ridge overlooking the vast expanse of Tsavo East with the scenic 300 kilometer long Yatta Plateau in the background. This comfortable lodge offers spectacular views of the park and its multitude of wildlife. Lunch will be served after lunch, you will have free time leisure to relax until evening then depart for game drive exploring the park where you can expect to see elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, kudu, zebra and other plains game, dinner and overnight.
After breakfast you will be leaving the panoramic views of the Yatta Plateau and Tsavo East behind as you head northwest on the main Nairobi Mombasa road, passing through villages like Mtito Andei the arid boundary of the land of the Akamba people and Makindu until you reach the busy outpost of Emali. You turn off the main road and drive south, and head for Amboseli National Park. This park is home to a wealth of wildlife particularly known for its elephants, at the foot of majestic Mount Kilimanjaro.
Full day in the park with morning and afternoon game drives. Amboseli National park is well known for its great herds of elephant you'll often find many of them standing knee deep in the water, spraying them to keep cool. There's a lot of other game here too which you might see like cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, many types of gazelle and other plains game and its all set against the amazing backdrop of majestic Mount Kilimanjaro showing all its glory, back for dinner and overnight.
Early morning game drive, back for your breakfast then depart perhaps catching a clear view of majestic Mount Kilimanjaro as you leave Amboseli behind, head west to the colorful border town of Namanga, where you may find a good bargain on unique Maasai beadwork. Turn north along a good tarmac road across the beautiful and seemingly never ending Athi plains arriving in Kenya's bustling capital city Nairobi for lunch. After lunch leaving Nairobi and travel west through Kenya's fertile highlands, where tea and coffee abound, and suddenly, to your left, the trees part to reveal a spectacular view of the Great Rift Valley, with dormant volcano Longonot at centre stage. Your panoramic journey will take you past Lake Naivasha, with its Crescent Island, to Lake Nakuru, colored by a shimmering flamingo pink from thousands of these beautiful birds lining its shores. You'll see large numbers of waterbuck, warthog, impala, buffalo, plains game, and Rhino. Lake Nakuru National Park has been made into one of Kenya's rhino sanctuary, dinner and overnight.
Early morning game drive before breakfast, thereafter have your breakfast then depart flamingo fringed Lake behind and head to southwards, turn right at Maai Mahiu as you travel towards Narok. This town is the Maasai Mara gate ways and district headquarters of this part of Masai land. You'll travel across the "breadbasket" of Kenya, covered with acres of wheat and barley; you'll reach your destination Mara lunchtime. In the afternoon game drive returning later for dinner and overnight.
Early morning game drive returning for breakfast, go for the mid-morning game drives with an option of paying a visit to a Maasai Village where you will be welcomed to the village with dances and songs from Maasai women coupled with general explanations about Maasai life. During the visit, you will also visit their houses and blacksmith who will display his job. A Witch Doctor will also be presented and finally a cow may be bled. Maasai Mara is an extension of the Serengeti ecosystem to the south. Game abounds here, particularly when the migration is on, and millions of wildebeests and zebras make their way back and forth across the Mara River on their annual trek. The Mara is also noted for its abundance of lions - particularly the superb black manned males. You'll see lots of elephants here often in large herds, as well as - if you're lucky - leopard, cheetah and rhino. All of the Big Five are residents. You're sure to see the African buffalo. Get the cameras ready, stock up on memory cards and enjoy, dinner and overnight.
Pre-breakfast game drive, back for breakfast then depart the game reserves and head back to Narok tow the district headquarters of the Maasai land. You will travel across the vast plains on the floor of the Rift Valley keep an eye out for herds of giraffe and gazelle and head up the Rift Escarpment on a road built by Italian prisoners of war during World War II. You will arrive in Kenya's bustling capital city early evening.