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Best of Kenya 1450 , 9 Days
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Kenya is one of those travel destinations that we can truly say that has it all. It's home to the Masai Mara Reserve - one of the classic Big Five safari sites and a scene of one of nature's greatest spectacles - The Great Wildebeest Migration. Its capital Nairobi is a bustling modern city with a great food scene, where you can indulge in traditional Kenyan food and drink some of the best coffee in the world. In the Masaai villages, on the other hand, centuries old traditions and tribal dress are still kept and tourists can have a glimpse of the tribe's unique lifestyle. You can witness hundreds of colorful flamingos in the magical lake Nakuru and swim in the Indian Ocean's turquoise blue waters in Africa's leading beach destination - Diani. And the best news is that you can do all of that in just a week!

Highlights:
♦ Masai Mara National Reserve
♦ The northern part of the vast Mara-Serengeti ecosystem, this reserve has a spectacular array of wildlife and big game
Lake Nakuru National Park, a great location for spotting wildlife
Diani Beach is a major beach on the Indian Ocean coast, voted Africa's leading beach destination for the fifth time running since 2015.


Day 1. Nairobi
Arrive to Nairobi and transfer to your hotel for overnight. -/-/-

Day 2. Nairobi - Masai Mara
Pick up from your hotel and drive southwards along the Great Rift Valley. Arrive at Masai Mara for evening game drive. Masai Mara is well known for its rich,tree-studded grassland and rolling hills.The famous mara is also renowned for its great herds of plain game, black-maned lions, leopards and cheetahs, but also contains numerous elephant and virtually every type of wildlife to be found in Kenya.
Dinner and overnight at Mara Lenchada tented camp with facilities of hot shower and toilet inside the tent. 
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Day 3. Masai Mara
After breakfast, we head for our full day game viewing. We will visit the Mara river, fomous for its concentration of many animals.We will have our picnic lunch as we watch the crocodiles,hippos and other animals living in water. This day we have the option to visit the prominent Masai villages. Overnight at the camp.
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Day 4. Masai Mara - Boat ride safari - Lake Nakuru National park
We start the day with an early walking safari, guided by the local Masai natives. We will then end up in an authentic Masai village. Here we will have the chance to immerse ourselves in Masai culture and witness their daily life and rituals. You can purchase a beautifully crafted handiwork by the locals - which will be an authentic souvenir to bring back home and also  a way to support the local community. Next stop for the day is Lake Naivasha. We will stop here for a boat ride safari in the company of a local birding expert who will help us identify some of the nearly 400 bird species that can be seen here. We will then proceed to Nakuru. Arrivel in the evening, just in time for dinner. Overnight at Martfarm resort or Golden Palace hotel.
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Day 5. Nakuru – Nairobi – Diani
After early breakfast, we head to the park. Here we will see flamingos and many other exotic bird species -about 350 species recorded in the park.It is also home to the black and the white rhinoceros, Colоbus monkeys, leopards, giraffes and a variety of plain antelope. After that we depart to Nairobi Aiport to catch the flight at 14.00 hrs to Ukunda.
Arrive in Ukunda. Transfer to Leopard Beach Resort in Diani.
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Days 6-8: Diani
Diani is an idyllic beach destination - turquoise waters, white-sand beaches and lush forests surrounding it. You will have two days to explore it the way you prefer - by relaxing on the beach, trying out water sports or walking through the Kaya Kinondo Sacred Forest. Accommodation on halfboard (breakfast - dinner) at Leopard Beach Resort.
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Day 9. Departure
Transfer to Mombasa airport for departure. B/-/-


Price Includes:
Hotel Best Western in Nairobi incl. breakfast
2 nights in a tented camp with private facilities
1 night in standard hotel in Nakuru
3 nights Leopard Beach Resort -dbl room on halfboard
airport transfers
transport in a customized open roofed toyota safari mini-Van fitted with radio call
Game parks or national parks entry fees
3 meals a day - breakfast,lunch and dinner on the safari
professional English-speaking guides
bottled drinking water

Not Included:
optional cultural visits to Maasai villages
personal expenses
food and drinks not mentioned in the proram
tips and gratuities


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Best of Kenya (Rated 4.78 / 5 Based on 23 Reviews.)
Price
1450 EUR
Duration
9 Days
Status
Open for booking

Currency fluctuations might cause correction of price at any time.

Group Size
Min 2 people
Reservation System Code
KENYA
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