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Highlights of this Safari
- Great mix of Kenya’s best wildlife reserves
- Classic tented camps in private settings
- Big 5 viewing & the wildebeest migration
- Game drives, guided walks & cultural excursions
Days 1 – 2: An Amboseli Adventure
Leaving Nairobi by safari minibus, you’ll arrive at Porini Amboseli Camp before lunch, giving you time to settle in before an afternoon walk with Maasai warriors and a game drive followed by sunset and drinks. It’s the perfect start to your safari and the following day you’ll have the chance to explore both Porini’s private conservancy as well as the Amboseli National Park itself. You’ll also enjoy night drives, revealing a wealth of nocturnal life, but it’s usually Amboseli’s elephants, framed by Mount Kilimanjaro itself, that steal the show.
Days 3 – 4: In the Shadow of Mt Kenya
The convenient flight between Amboseli and Mount Kenya means you’ll be sitting down to lunch at Porini Rhino Camp instead of travelling all day by road. Rhino Camp sits in a private conservancy with a reputation for wildlife – it is home to the Big 5 and remains the best place in Kenya to see rhino – naturally! There’s also a chimpanzee sanctuary to visit as well as opportunities to engage with local communities and enjoy guided nature walks. With only six tents, the camp is small and intimate and has a stellar reputation for service. You’ll have your own bathroom and veranda with generous savannah views.
Days 5 – 7: Into the Masai Mara
The Masai Mara is most famous for the wildebeest migration and between July and November, its rolling grasslands are the scene of epic life and death struggles between the herds and their predators. But such is the magnitude of the wildlife here that it’s a year-round game viewing destination – and Porini Lion Camp is set not just in a teeming private concession but in a predator-rich area too. Two full days here assure plenty of time for game drives, guided walks and visits to local Maasai villages where you’ll learn a little about life on the savannah.
Day 8: The Journey Ends
After breakfast and a final game drive you’ll be driven back to the airstrip for a late morning flight back to Nairobi. You’ll arrive at lunchtime at Wilson Airport; if you’d like us to arrange a transfer to Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport then just let us know. We can also help with accommodation in the Kenyan capital before and after your safari.
Accommodation, Meals as specified, Activities at Safari Lodges, Local Drinks & Laundry at Safari Lodges, All internal flights in Kenya, Road Transfers as specified, All Park & Conservation fees, Airport taxesExcludes:
International Flights to & from Nairobi (Kenya), Premium Drinks at Safari Camps, Gratuities, Meals that are not Specified, Items of personal nature, Travel Insurance
USD 3510pps *2017 Low Season Rate - Prices vary according to seasonality. Usually we tailor itineraries to your particular requirements. Simply contact us!