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Nairobi, Treetops, Nakuru, Masai Mara

5 Nights / 6 Days

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Day 01: Arrive Nairobi
You begin your magical holiday today as you board your flight to Kenya - the heart of African safari!! On arrival into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport you are met by a KWT Airport Representative and transferred to your hotel.
Overnight at a hotel in Nairobi.
 
Day 02: Nairobi – Tree Hotel
After breakfast, leave Nairobi in the morning to Nyeri, a small but fast growing town in the heart of the coffee growing and dairy farming area in the so-called former White Highlands of Kenya. After a sumptuous lunch at the base hotel, the tour leaves for a tree hotel where the evening is spent watching succession of animals that emerge from the forest and descend on floodlit water hole and salt lick, scuffling and jostling for a good vantage position. At night if you want to remain awake and watch the show-the Elephants may engage in a show of strength with each other but even they would be reluctant to challenge the rhino. The herbivores keep their distance from these two competitors. In the case of Mountain Lodge you arrive directly at the lodge for lunch.
Meals and overnight at a Tree hotel. (BLD)
You are required to pack an overnight bag when you transfer to the Ark or Treetops for the night.
 
Day 03: Tree Hotel – Nakuru/Elementaita/Naivasha
After breakfast the tour leaves for Nyahururu (Thompson’s Falls) at an altitude of 7,738 feet. The falls are named after the Scots explorer Joseph Thompson who was the first European to discover the falls in 1884. Then comes the descent into the Rift Valley to Lake Nakuru National Park for lunch at one of the hotels. An afternoon drive in the park to enjoy the sight of pelicans bathing in the fresh water streams which terminate in Lake Nakuru. Since there is no existing drainage, Lake Nakuru is alkaline, the perfect place for flamingos to feed on the blue-green algae. The greater flamingo attains a height of about 4.26 feet; its plumage is almost white with a pale pink, black tipped beak. It is the lesser flamingo that has the more exotic color. About 2.72 ft. in height, with a rosy plumage and dark red, black tipped beak. Lake Nakuru National Park has a great variety of bird life which includes the Egyptian goose and a variety of ducks that come from Europe to winter. This park is truly a bird watchers paradise. The game animals include hippo, waterbuck, gazelles, Colobus monkeys, buffalo, leopard and the Rothschild giraffe. The park is also a sanctuary for the white rhino. This park has an abundance of acacia trees, both yellow barked (fever tree) the umbrella-topped acacia and the candelabra cactus. Enjoy an afternoon game-drive.
Meals and overnight at a lodge/camp in Nakuru/Elementaita/Naivasha. (BLD)
 
Day 04: Nakuru/Elementaita/Naivasha – Masai Mara
Breakfast at the hotel and time enough for some bird watching en-route to the Masai Mara Game Reserve arriving in time for lunch. An afternoon game drive during which it would be possible to loca te the huge black-manned lions, for which the reserve is famous.
Meals and overnight at a lodge/ camp in Mara. (BLD)
 
Day 05: Masai Mara
A full day of game viewing and exploring in this Kenya’s finest reserve or alternatively a morning game drive followed by an afternoon swim in the cool water of the hotel swimming pool followed by yet another game drive. You may witness the lion making a kill or a leopard enjoying the meal he had dragged up the tree with him. The vegetation is mostly savanna type with forested areas near the rivers and of course the dwarf acacias to cater for the giraffes. More than 60 species of animals are found here and countless bird species, this includes the Masai ostrich and the secretary bird. This is where the great migration of the wildebeest takes place
Meals and overnight at a lodge/camp in Mara. (BLD)
 
 Day 06: Masai Mara – Depart Nairobi
After breakfast it's time to checkout and drive back to Nairobi arriving in time for lunch. Lunch on own. Later transfer to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for your onward flight. (B)
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