6 Days Masai Mara and Amboseli Wildlife Safari

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The 6 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari will offer you excellent game viewing in the famous Masai Mara national Reserve and Amboseli national park.

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All about the 6 Days Masai Mara and Amboseli Wildlife Safari.

6 Days Masai Mara and Amboseli Wildlife Safari

The 6 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari will offer you excellent game viewing in the famous Masai Mara national Reserve and Amboseli national park. This safari offers you an opportunity to look out for the big 5 – (lion, buffalo, elephant, leopard and rhino) and other vast wildlife like topis, wildebeest, giraffes, zebras, cape buffaloes, impalas, lions, spotted hyenas, large herds of elephants and much more. This safari takes you on a journey as you explore two of Kenya’s greatest destinations the Masai Mara Reserve and Amboseli national national park.  Safari Highlights include; full day Game drives in Amboseli NP, full day Game drives In Masai Mara National Reserve , overnight at Naivasha

  1. Day 1 Arrival in Nairobi and Transfer to Amboseli National Park 

    Your safari begins today with your arrival in Nairobi (JKIA) where you will be welcomed to Kenya by Goldrock Safaris (Africa) representative together with your driver guide.

    You will then receive a short briefing after which you start the journey to Amboseli National Park. You will drive down via Mombasa road and arrive at the national park just in time for your lunch. You will then go on your very first evening game drive with your guide. Return later to the lodge for dinner.

    Accommodation: Elewana Tortilis Camp Amboseli (www.elewanacollection.com/tortilis-camp-amboseli/at-a-glance)

     

  2. Day 2 Full day Game drives in Amboseli National Park 

    Wake up and have a hearty breakfast at your lodge before heading out for the day. You will carry packed lunch for the full day game drives. Spend the day exploring Amboseli national park as you look out a variety of wildlife like cape buffaloes, impalas, lions, spotted hyenas, masai giraffe, grant’s zebras, wildebeest, African bush elephants and if lucky cheetahs. Amboseli national park has great opportunities to see wildlife as the vegetation in the park is scattered because of the long dry months. The Park is well known as a home to the African elephants so expect to view large herds of elephants during your game drive.

    You will end your day with transfer to the lodge or camp for dinner.

    Accommodation: Elewana Tortilis Camp Amboseli (www.elewanacollection.com/tortilis-camp-amboseli/at-a-glance)

     

  3. Day 3 Transfer to Naivasha 

    You arise today early in the morning and have a pre breakfast game drive for more wildlife experiences. You then return to the lodge for a full breakfast after which you start the journey to Naivasha. On arrival you will check in to the lodge and then relax at the lodge for the rest of the day.  Optional Activity – Visiting the Crescent Island

    Accommodation: Enashipai Resort  (https://www.enashipai.com)

     

  4. Day 4 Transfer from Naivasha to Maasai Mara National Reserve

    After a hearty breakfast you will drive to Masai Mara national reserve. The journey will take you through the vast landscape and nature of Kenya as you drive down the escarpment via Narok to Masai Mara. On arrival at your lodge you will be warmly welcomed with a fresh glass of juice and have lunch. After a delicious lunch head for an introductory evening game drive to Masai Mara before your dinner.

    Accommodation: Elewana Tortilis Camp Amboseli (www.elewanacollection.com/tortilis-camp-amboseli/at-a-glance) or Mara Serena Safari Lodge (www.serenahotels.com/serenamara)

     

     

  5. Day 5 Full Day Game drives – Masai Mara 

    Breakfast in the morning will prepare you for a full day of game viewing in the famous Masai Mara National reserve across the savannah grassland and rolling hills. You will carry packed lunch from the lodge and then head out in to the reserve for a whole day of spectacular game viewing. Look out for wildlife – big herds of lions, leopards, elephants, the elusive cheetah, Thomson’s gazelle, wildebeest, buffaloes, impalas, topis, spotted hyenas, zebras, baboons and the graceful giraffes. You return to the lodge or camp later in the evening for dinner and have a ional Activity – Hot Air balloon Safari

    Accommodation: Elewana Tortilis Camp Amboseli (www.elewanacollection.com/tortilis-camp-amboseli/at-a-glance) or Mara Serena Safari Lodge (www.serenahotels.com/serenamara)

     

  6. Day 6 Transfer from Masai Mara to Nairobi  or Airport

    This marks the end of your amazing Kenya Safari as you will have breakfast in the morning and then drive back to Nairobi. You arrive in Nairobi in time for lunch and then transfers to the airport for your flight out of Nairobi.

Hotels, Tea Houses and Lodges
  • Masai Mara National Reserve
  • Mara Serena Safari

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Baggage delay, damage, and loss policies don’t cover
everything in your bags.
common travel insurance exclusions include:
glasses, hearing aids, dental, bridges, tickets,
passports, keys, cash, and cellphone.

The climate of eastern Africa is generally tropical, though
average temperatures tend to be reduced by regions high
elevations. the region’s vegetation ranges from woodlands
and grasslands in the wetter regions to thorn bushes in semiarid
areas.

 

Average temperature ranges from 65 degrees F to 100 degrees. These months are marked by moderate temperature as the winter approaches. The rains have generally ended and the surrounding
bush is lush and green.
The temperatures at this time ranges from a low of 55 degrees F, to a high of mid 80 degrees F,

East African countries require U.S citizens to obtain
a tourist vis in order to enter, and although Kenya,
Tanzania, Rwanda, and Uganda have similar visa processes, It is important to understand the country-specific requirement before you depart.

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