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5-Day Olpejeta, Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara 4×4 Safari - 5 Days

Overview

This is a remarkable safari takes you to the most significant Ol-Pejeta Conservancy that is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa and hosts the only chimpanzee sanctuary in Kenya. You also visit Lake Nakuru National Park, famous for its huge flocks of pink flamingos among other bird species, as well as a rich diversity of other wildlife. You will also visit Masai Mara National Reserve renowned for year-round exceptional and abundant wildlife and the annual wildebeest migration.

Itinerary

Day 1
Day 1. Departure from Nairobi to Olpejeta Conservancy

After an early breakfast and hotel check out, you will be picked up from your hotel at 7AM and proceed to the Northern part of Kenya with a stop over at Nanyuki the Equator town. You will then continue to the camp for check in followed by lunch. At 3:30, you will visit the Chimpanzee sanctuary, followed by a short game drive. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 360 sq/km wildlife conservancy that is dedicated to conservation of Rhinos among other wildlife species in conjunction with cattle ranching. It is the home of the last 2 remaining Northern white Rhinos. It is also the largest Black Rhino sanctuary in East African and the hosts the only chimpanzee sanctuary in Kenya. You will then proceed back to camp for dinner and over night.

Day 2
Day 2. Ol Pejeta Conservancy to Lake Nakuru National Park

Rise up early for breakfast, check out and depart for Lake Nakuru National Park. Of special note, look for snow-capped Mt. Kenya, rising in the distance – the highest peak in the country and the second-highest in Africa. Look out also the aberdares ranges which are a source of water in the greater central region of the country. We will arrive at the lodge with enough time to settle in before lunch with a little time to relax before we head out for an afternoon game drive in the park. Nakuru National Park offers you a rare insight into Kenya’s most diverse flora & fauna and it is famous for its huge flocks of pink flamingos. More than 450 species of birds have been recorded. Lions, leopards, warthogs, waterbucks, Pythons, and white rhinos are just some of the animals you might see. The park also protects the largest euphorbia candelabrum forest in Africa. In the evening you will drive back to lion hill Lodge for overnight.

Day 3
Day 3. Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara National Reserve

After breakfast, check out and depart for Masai Mara National reserve via Narok the largest Masai town. Proceed to the reserve and check in at the Sentrim Mara Lodge for lunch. At 4pm you will embark on an afternoon game drive. Land of Big Cat Diary and Disney’s African Cats, the Maasai Mara is at the top of most people’s Kenyan safari wish lists. The location of the ’Great Migration’ – one of the natural wonders of the world – is a gloriously beautiful, wildlife-rich savannah landscape, once described by the eminent biologist Julian Huxley as ‘the only easily accessible and readily studied remaining portion of the world’s pre-human climax community at its tropical richest.’ It’s also a region where traditionally dressed Maasai still herd their cattle and goats in a lifestyle that in some respects hasn’t changed much since they first arrived here 350 years ago. You will then return to the lodge before dusk for dinner and over night.

Day 4
Day 4. Masai Mara National reserve game drive

Rise early today for breakfast. Be ready for a great full day game drive and picnic lunch along the Mara river. The park is also known for providing excellent predator sightings in their natural habitats thanks to its relatively large populations of lion, cheetah, and leopard. We will also see lots of Elephants, Masai giraffe, common zebra, impala, Thompson’s and Grant’s gazelles, Topi, Hartebeest, Black-backed jackal, spotted hyena and more. You also have an option of visiting a Masai cultural village, The Maasai are proud pastoralists and warriors. Spend time in the “Manyatta” and immerse you in one of earth’s oldest cultures. The ladies and children will entertain you with traditional songs and while at the village see how they go about their daily lives in a very traditional way like making fire with stones and sticks. You will then return to the camp before dusk for dinner and overnight.

Day 5
Day 5. Maasai Mara National Reserve back to Nairobi

You will have breakfast at your leisure then check out from the camp. Your drive back to Nairobi will have a last minute shopping at Narok then proceed to Nairobi. You will arrive in time for lunch at the carnivore restaurant then there after you are transferred to your preferred destination.

Cost Includes

  • - Inter-hotel transfers from start to end of tour
  • - Full board accommodation as indicated in the itinerary.
  • - 4x4 Safari land cruiser with pop up roof
  • - Professional, experienced safari guides for the vehicles
  • - Water in the vehicle during game drives
  • - Park entrance fees
  • - Lunch at the world renown Carnivore restaurant

Cost Excludes

  • - International flights and departure taxes
  • - Visa fees
  • - Tips and porterages
  • - Drinks and Laundry
  • - Extra meals and visits not mentioned in our program
  • - Walking Safaris
  • - insurance and medical evacuation
  • - Items of a personal nature
Is an East African safari safe?

Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania & Zanzibar are safe safari destinations and for most tourism in general. During your safari, our tour guides will take care of your experience, ensuring you stay safe throughout your trip.

Which are the best months to go on an East African Safari?

The best months to go on an African safari will depend on the climate. The seasons are however complex, which will depend on the game viewing experience you have. Peak season is between June and September, where the weather is hot and safari game animals are active across Kenya’s National Parks, including the Wildebeest Migration. However, going between January and March are also months where game viewing is at it’s peak and the weather is mild.

Wich East African Safari is the best?

All of our safari packages here at Pallid Safaris offer unmissable excursions that you are bound to love! Some of Kenya’s most popular destinations include the Masai Mara, Rift Valley, Mombasa and Nairobi, with Tanzania featuring Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater. Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National park & Queen Elizabeth National Park while Rwanda has the Volcanoes Gorillas national park and Akagera national park. Explore Pallid Safari’s East African safari packages now!

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5-Day Olpejeta, Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara 4×4 Safari
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