The capital city of Kenya, as popularly known is a perfect spot the begin your ultimate Kenyan Experience,
David Sheldrick Orphanage
Famed orphanage all over the world for protecting and rescuing young rhinos, elephants and other animals. Here you will enjoy learning about the elephants and the rescue plan to reintroduce them back to the wild again.. It’s also an education center on matters conservation. A visit to the orphanage is a contribution to their conservation projects.
Also known as African Fund for Endangered Wildlife famous for protecting the endangered Rothschild giraffe. It’s among the leading education center in Kenya for Kenyan schools on environmental conservation matters. A visit to the center is a thrilling experience of close interaction with the giraffes where you will get a chance to interact with them. Furthermore enjoy nature walks into the designated nature trails as it gives one a chance for bird watching and spotting other small animals.
Tsavo West National Park
Home to the 2 popular man eaters lions that roamed and terrorized the Ugandan railway constructors in 1898. This wilderness is full of life from mzima springs to various wildlife attractions and volcanic eruption features known as the Shetani Lava. The park also has a sanctuary to protect the black rhinos as they are endangered species in the world. Game drives at the park will give you a chance to view the wild animals as they roam free in their natural habitat.
Amboseli National Park
Home for the African Elephant where these mighty giants can be spotted in large herds. Amboseli National Park is among the 2 premium parks in Kenya with a special ecosystem as it has 5 different habitats. Watch the big five at the park and bird watching in the park is not limited. A cultural tour near the park is another experience that visitors enjoy as they will enjoy authentic maasai culture.
This day Serves to help you Unravel the beauty of Nairobi, where you get a chance to visit the David Shedrick Wildlife Trust and meet the baby elephants as well learn the whole integration process, You will also get a chance visit the giraffe centre and learn about our deteriorating tall friends,
Meals and Overnight. Wildebeest Eco camp
Day 2 Nairobi-Tsavo West National Park
Depart from Nairobi and head to Tsavo West National Park famously known for the man-eaters (lions) lava and magical springs. Enjoy a long road trip to the park. Arrive at the park in time for lunch. Rest and relax for the remaining day enjoying nature and wildlife surroundings’.
Overnight and meals at the Voyager Safari Camp.
Day 3 Tsavo West National Park
Full day at the Tsavo West National Park. Unlimited game drives with guided and professional driver guides throughout the day. Attractions at the park are immense as the park holds a lot of wildlife. This is the ancient lands of the 2 man eating lions which terrorized the Ugandan railway constructors for over nine months. Visit the Mzima Springs crystal clear water gushing out from the under parched lava rocks. The view of the spring is beautiful and from the springs there is life from hippos, crocodiles and different fish species. The park is also known for beautiful scenery due to volcanic eruption and it has a beautiful story behind it and the area where it happened was named Shetani Lava. During the game drives you will spot wild animals like the elephant, rhino, hippos, lions, cheetahs, leopards, buffalos and diverse plant and bird species. Visit the Ngulia Sanctuary, a home for the endangered black rhinos. This is where they are being protected due to the increased rate of poaching. It is also believed that the park was also a first world war site in East Africa. With a guided tour into the park you will experience this and more understanding on why wildlife conservation is key in this modern day generation.
Overnight and meals at the Voyager Safari Safari Camp.
Day 4 Tsavo West National Park – Amboseli National Park
Depart from Tsavo West National Park Head to Amboseli National Park a home for the mighty giants of the wilderness. Wanting to see a large herd of elephants? Then Amboseli National Park is the place to travel to. Arrive in time for lunch and rest for the rest of the day.
Overnight and Meals at Oltukai Lodge.
Day 5 Amboseli National Park
Full day at the park experiencing the home of the African elephant. Amboseli national park is among the 2 premium parks in Kenya as it has a special eco-system as it has 5 different habitats. Attractions and activities to do at the park are immense and you will notice just a day at the park is not enough. During the game drives you will see a large herd of the huge African elephants, the view of the snow capped Mt Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa, the big five and different bird species. Visit the observational hill which will allow an overall view of the whole park especially the swamps and elephants. The observational hill is also an education center on matters conservation and hosts many elephants, hippos, pelican and Egypt goose. Later in the evening visit the maasai community living around the park and experience the authentic culture. You will understand that the park also helps in improving the living hood of the community so by your visit it boosts their life in one way or another.
Overnight and meals at Oltukai Lodge.
Day 6 Amboseli National Park – Lake Naivasha
Early rise in readiness for a five hour drive to Lake Naivasha, Named from a Maasai name” rough waters” Lake Naivasha is famous for its beautiful surroundings. You arrive in time just in time for lunch,This is where you will visit the game sanctuary in the area like the Crater Lake Game Sanctuary and Crescent Island Game Sanctuary, a magical Island. Have a chance to walk with animals, close interactions with them and nature walks. Once you visit the game sanctuaries you will understand how such a lake is important to the life surrounding it. Furthermore you won’t miss a boat ride around the lake and dish in a Kenyan cooked fresh fish from the lake.
This day marks the End of your trip and depending on your flight schedule, drive back back to Nairobi.
Included in the 7days 6 Nights Safari Holiday
Accommodation and meals as stipulated in the itinerary.
Transportation in a chauffeur driven safari 4 x 4 Safari Land cruiser or a luxurious tour van with a pop- up roof for easy game viewing & photography.
Services of an English speaking driver-guides, unlimited game viewing drives and parks entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary.
Unlimited mineral water per day in the safari vehicle.
All meet and greet services.
24 hours stand-by contact number.
Two-way long-range high frequency radio communication in each vehicle.
On safari accessories in each vehicle: – First-aid kit, wildlife books, a pair of binoculars, Socket for charging your cameras/Laptops/Phones and fire extinguisher.
Jemu Expeditions does not cover or incur the following costs:
All items of personal nature e.g. telephone call bills, fax/email bills etc.
Tips and gratuities to hotel, lodges, camp staff and driver- guide(s).
Any local or international flight and departure taxes.
Any other item(s) not included in our itinerary.