Planning an Easter holiday safari in Nairobi can be an exciting adventure, offering a mix of wildlife experiences and cultural encounters. Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, serves as a gateway to various national parks and reserves. Here’s an overview of what you might include in your Easter holiday safari in and around Nairobi:

Included/Excluded

  • Transport
  • Professional driver Guide
  • Park entrance fees
  • Accommodation (full board)
  • Tips
  • Laundry
  • Drinks

Tour Plan

1 Nairobi

Arrival, pick up and stay in Nairobi Hotel.
Excursions in Nairobi
Nairobi is swarming with wildlife. Within some few minutes from the busy streets of the Nairobi,
capital city of Kenya, you can see baby elephants playing in a special orphanage at David Sheldrick
Elephant Sanctuary, feed giraffes in an urban sanctuary at Giraffe Center, or see free-roaming
lions, leopards, cheetahs, rhinos, buffalos at the Nairobi National Park

2 NAIROBI – MASAI MARA

Travel from Nairobi to Masai Mara
Masai Mara is a classic safari destination and one of the best places to see lions, leopards and
cheetahs. It also has the Big Five [ elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion and leopard], a good mix of public
areas and private conservancies and extraordinarily rich accommodation offerings.
Meals and overnight at…………………………………………………..Masai Mara Keekorok Lodge

3 MASAI MARA

This day you will awaken early in the morning for breakfast. Thereafter get prepared to leave for
your long game drive over the Mara plains in search of herds of zebras, wildebeest, elephants as
well as lions and leopards and the multiple of other game that populates this reserve.
Meals and overnight at…………………………………………………… Masai Mara Keekorok Lodge

4 MASAI MARA – NAKURU

Travel from Masai Mara to Nakuru for a game drive.
Lake Nakuru National Park is endowed with scenic ridges, unique vegetation that is a mixture of
bushy grasslands, euphorbia forest and acacia woodlands and the famous lake Nakuru.
lunch at ………………………………………………………………………..Little Hills
Overnight at……………………………………………………………………Lake Naivasha

5 NAKURU – AMBOSELI

Travel from Nakuru to Amboseli Kibo Camp or any other similar place
Meals and overnight at…………………………………………………………Amboseli Kibo Camp

6 AMBOSELI

Full day game drive at Amboseli
Amboseli national Park is the best spot in Africa to view free-ranging elephants. The population of
these noble giants is so dense that you are guaranteed to see them traveling as family groups to
their familiar watering holes
Meals and overnight at…………………………………………………………Amboseli Kibo Camp

7 AMBOSELI – TSAVO EAST

Travel from Amboseli to Taita Hills Salt Lick.
Taita hills Wildlife Sanctuary is a privately owned sanctuary in Kenya. It features beautiful wild
scenery, luxury lodges, unique flora and fascinating culture. The sanctuary offers visitors the
fantastic selection of exciting wilderness activities such as day trips to local authentic villages and
interesting guided nature walks. It is home to wide variety of wildlife including African elephants,
leopards, lions, cheetah, giraffe, zebra, impala, buffalo and over 200 species of birds.
Meal and overnight at………………………………………………………….Taita Hills Salt Lick

8 TAITA HILLS SALT LICK

Full day disposal at Taita Hills Salt Lick
Meal and overnight at………………………………………………………….Taita Hills Salt Lick

9 Optional trip to Mombasa and back to Nairobi Depart

Optional trip to Mombasa and back to Nairobi
Depart

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