Days 1 & 2: Samburu National Reserve

Located on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro river, the Samburu National Reserve is a good place to start your safari in Kenya. The safari will allow you to view elephants, lions, rhinos, leopards, buffalo, better known as the big 5.

The journey to samburu is amazing the views and landscapes of the great rift valley can never disappoint.

Day 3 & 4: Ol Pejeta Conservancy


This is a 90,000 acre, non-profit making conservancy that is home to great apes, black rhinos, chimpanzees, and many other species of wild animals. This is also the home to the most endangered species of the northern white rhino in the world. There are four out of the seven northern white rhinos alive – they are considered extinct in the wild.

We will also visit Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, which is the only place where this endangered species can be seen.


Day 5: Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is Known as the bird watcher’s paradise, this park is ideal for anyone interested in seeing flamingos and other birds in their natural habitat, as well as rhinos and waterbucks. The park also houses Makalia waterfall and a number of great hills and viewpoints for watching game like rhinos and waterbuck. Baboon Cliff offers great views of the park, and the chance to see baboons in the wild.

The Out of Africa Lookout is an ideal spot to get sweeping views of the park and lake, and is often less crowded by tourists than Baboon Cliff.

Days 6 & 9: Masai Mara National Reserve

Masai mara national reserve is considered the most popular park in kenya.  It is a must for any Kenya Safari. This reserve boasts large populations of Masai lions, African leopards, cheetahs, elephants , rhinos ans many many other wild animals. It is so vast with amazing backdrops.

Do not miss the wildebeest migration

From July to October, zebras, gazelles, and wildebeests can be spotted making the Great Migration to and from the Serengeti. Masai mara is the most popular research center for the wild animals.

Day 10: Lake Naivasha

We chose this destination as a stop over catch a breath before we embark on the safari. Naivasha is a beautiful place to unwind, boat rides, fishing in the fresh water lake. The lake is an ideal place to spot hippos, and the many varieties of fish in the lake. By night, the area offers views of stars and the night sky unlike anything you can see.


Days 11 & 12: Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park is the biggest national park in Kenya, and one of the biggest national parks in the world.

The east side of the park is flat and dry, but offers visitors a chance to see the Yatta Plateau which has the world’s largest lava flow. The west side of the park, which offers Lake Jipe and the Mzima Springs, is more mountainous and wet. This makes it an ideal spot to view large mammals like buffalo and rhinos.

Days 13 –17 : Diani Beach

We end the tour at Diani Beach, an ideal place to relax and unwind. This beach resort on the Indian Ocean is unlike any other. The white sand, clear water, and lush green foliage looks like something straight out of a movie.

There are endless things to do at Diani Beach. Visitors often choose to windsurf, go scuba diving or snorkeling, or try our deep-sea fishing.

Surrounding clubs and resorts offer tennis, golfing, and horse riding. Even if you’re not looking to do anything active, the many fine restaurants, bars, spas, and local shopping will keep you busy…..

  1. Tsavo national park

    Tented luxury camps


    Transport Is in a 4 by 4 luxury landcruiser.



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