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National Parks in Kenya

Published: 08.09.2022

Appointment at the airport 3 hours before departure for boarding formalities, amboseli day trip. Departure on the flight to Nairobi, via the city of stopover. Night and meals on board.

National Parks in Kenya

Through the Grand Rift Valley

Arrival in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, whose original name, Enkare Nairobi, means “Icy Waters” in the Masai language. Waiting for you, you will find our welcoming local who will welcome you and start you on this adventure through Africa.

With no time to waste, we cross the city and follow the asphalt road towards Lake Naivasha or Lake Nakuro (depending on the option selected). On the way there will be time for a stop at a viewpoint to observe the Great Rift Valley, a geological phenomenon that occurred 35 million years ago and whi gave rise to the comex system of African rivers and lakes, thus enabling an incredible spectacle of nature that you will witness..

Arrival at the accommodation and lun.

In the afternoon, departure for the first safari, carried out on the shores of the lake.

Lake Naivasha Option

Naivasha is the largest lake in Kenya. Located in an elevated area, 1884 m above sea level, it is home to hundreds of animals su as hippos, more than 400 species of birds, wildebeest and antelope that inhabit its small islets. A easant boat trip will allow you to get closer to the local fauna and facilitate bird wating.

After the safari, return to the lodge for dinner and accommodation.

Lake Nakuro Option

Lake Nakuro is part of a 188 km² Natural Park and is famous for being the stage for the biggest ornithological show on the anet, especially between Mar and September when it receives more than a million flamingos and turns into an immense pink mass.. In addition, it is also the best ace in East Africa to observe the white rhino in its natural habitat.

After the safari, return to the lodge for dinner and accommodation.

National Parks in Kenya

“In Sear of the Big Five“

The day starts with sunrise and after breakfast we head towards the Masai Mara National Reserve on a journey that will be long, but whi will allow you to contemate the beauty of African landscapes.

The Masai Mara is Kenya's landmark and home to an extraordinary concentration of wildlife, including the Big Five: the lion, the leopard, the rhino, the buffalo and the elephant. With an area of ​​over 1510 km², this region is an extension of the Serengeti ains, the famous region of Tanzania with whi the Masai Mara borders to the south.

Arrival at the lodge is seduled around luntime with time to rest a little until late afternoon when the safari will take ace.

At dusk, the Masai Mara welcomes us with an incredible light and color that surpasses all expectations of African landscapes. In the vast ains covered with undergrowth and dotted with acacias, you can see several species of felines, but also elephants, rhinos, giraffes, buffaloes, zebras and birds, countless and beautiful.

After the safari, return to the lodge for dinner and accommodation.

MASAI MARA NATIONAL PARK

This is Kenya's zoo of all zoos, amboseli safari from mombasa2. Lions roar, hyenas sing and wildebeests hum on the mighty savannah. It is the sound of hundreds of thousands of hooves thundering across the field. Zebras and wildebeest eating their way through rolling grass. A leopard resting in a tree. Herds of elephants wandering across the seemingly endless ain.

In Sear of the Big Five

The park is with good reason one of Africa's most famous parks, with an "animal guarantee" all year round. The great diversity of species makes the Masai Mara one of Africa's best year-round parks, where ea season has its own experiences and beauty.

The majestic Mara River meanders through the landscape like a luminous green snake, surrounded by forests, lush areas and trees. By the river, crocodiles lurk with gaping holes and hippos emerge from the water like large corks.

Together with the Serengeti (Tanzania), the Masai Mara is the scene of the Great Migration every year, where a million zebras and wildebeest cross the savannah in sear of better pastures. This is the world's largest animal migration, and one of nature's greatest phenomena.

Masai Mara is home to all the classic savannah animals, including the Big Five, and offers a number and density that few aces in Africa can rival. In the Masai Mara, it is not unusual to see 10-12 different animal species in the same ace. The park is also home to 452 bird species, of whi 53 are birds of prey.

The park is named after the Masai peoe who live here. The Masai are a partly nomadic peoe and they still maintain many of their cultural traditions.

Masai Mara can be visited all year round.

The great walk takes ace from July to September, depending on the rain. A fantastic experience, but remember that the number of visitors also reaes record highs so you are not alone with the animals!

amboseli safari from mombasa2

Most of the rain falls in April and May, and large parts of the park can be difficult to drive in. On the other hand, the park is lush and green and there are relatively few tourists.

June and July are the coolest months and the vegetation is still lush.

The high season is between July and October. The number of animals is at its highest, the roads are dry and the vegetation is still quite lush.

Over Christmas and New Year, the temperature is at its peak again - and the same apies to the number of visitors. The weather is sunny and clear.

 

 

 

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