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Day 1: Nairobi – Samburu
Day 2: Samburu
Day 3: Samburu – Lake Nakuru
Day 4: Lake Nakuru – Masai Mara
Day 5: Full day in Masai Mara
Day 6: Full day in Masai Mara
Day 7 Masai Mara – Nairobi
Natural Track safari guide will pick you either from the airport or your hotel and your safari holiday will start. You will enjoy several Kenya safari parks, accompanied by your safari cook, who will prepare fresh hot meals all the times for you. This a safari will show you different faces of Kenya within a one week time, and avoiding too much drives so that you maximize on quality time while on safaris. The best side is the flexibility it affords you in that you will not be rushed as you will have all stuff with you in the vehicle, and your itinerary can be adjusted any time. With lodge safaris, this is not possible as hotel bookings cannot be changed on last minutes. The camping safaris is really such an adventure, and will save you some coins too.
…the food was outstanding and far better than we had expected. the vegetarian menu was handled with care and sensitivity and John was an outstanding professional from beginning to end..”…
Camping in Kenya offers you utmost flexibility. Since you have all the basics that you need in your adventure camping vehicle, time is at your control.. This makes it all so easy and relaxing knowing that you can spend as much time or less depending on where you want to visit.
Camping in Kenya offers you a real feeling of adventure especially when the nocturnal wildlife comes to graze in the campsites in the night. Most importantly, undisturbed by your presence.
What’s more, in the evening sit around the African fire, crack those silly jokes or simply counting the days sightings. It is the perfect African safari set-up filled with the rich African sounds, the occasional lion roar or laughter of the hyenas.
Day 1: Departure from Nairobi – Samburu
Depart Nairobi and drive northwards to Samburu Game Reserve via Mt. Kenya and Past Coffee plantations. Picnic lunch and game drive enroute viewing the unusual reticulated giraffe, Grevys Zebra, Gerenuk and the Somali Ostrich, all of which you will not see in other game parks.
Day 2: Samburu
Full day of game viewing in the park famous as the homeland of the semi-nomadic Samburu tribesmen. Its also the home of the various species named above in addition to lions, cheetahs, leopards among others. Meals and overnight at the camping site.
Day 3: Samburu – Lake Nakuru
Morning drive south towards Lake Nakuru National Park. Lunch at Nakuru before you proceed for an afternoon game drive in the Park. This is a shallow soda lake which inhabits more than a million flamingoes. The Lake also has a Rhino sanctuary which you will have good chances of meeting. Other animals to be seen here are lions,
buffalos, waterbucks, warthogs and hippos. Dinner and overnight at your camp in the Park.
Day 4 :Lake Nakuru – Masai Mara
You will spend the day at the Mara with a late after-noon game drive. This is the climax of all game viewing in Kenya and you will definitely have your share of viewing. Dinner and overnight at the campsite.
Day 5 & 6:Full day in Masai Mara
Morning and afternoon game viewing in the park. Or an extra option of balloon safari early in the morning or visit masai village in the mid-morning. Later enjoy your afternoon game drive. Meals and Overnight at Camp site.
Day 7: Masai Mara – Nairobi
Return to Nairobi arriving in the afternoon. End of budget camping in Kenya.
How your booking will be confirmed.
You will fill your travel dates together with other indicated details. Then we will Custom-design it to suit flight times and any other change/add ons.
After all is satisfactory to you, your next step is to confirm booking by partial or whole payment. Payment options are Bank transfer or credit card. (Credit card incurs 5% surcharge as charged by local processing bank, in addition to above indicated prices.)
Boarder Entry visa
While the Entry Visa is readily available at the boarder for US $ 25 per passport holder, Some countries will need prior Visa arrangements. Check with the Kenya Embassy or Consular close to you. Check with your agent for more information. Entry Visa form and further information is also available at www.kenya-airways.com or Kenya Embassy/consular close to you.
Upon arrival you may be asked to provide your vaccination cards. It is highly recommended you have Yellow fever vaccines updated, as required for disease prevention. Kenya is a malarial country, and simple prevention measures are necessary. Insect repellants comes in handy. In addition consult your physician for best anti-malaria drugs for you.
We look forward to meeting you for your adventure in Africa. Natural Track Safaris, Camping Team.