10 Day Kenya Cultural & Wildlife Safari

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10 Day Kenya Cultural & Wildlife Safari- Meet and interact with different cultures as you enjoy the beautiful sceneries along the way and excellent wildlife viewing in our best National Parks

10-Day Kenya Cultural & Wildlife Safari offers discoveries on African Cultures while on our carefully designed Kenya Cultural Safari. Kenya has a culture born of countless sources.

This region has been crossed by the paths of a long and complex history. From the prehistoric records of early man to the present day, Kenya has been a land of unending change, contrasts and diversity.

Marvelling at the colourful costumes and famous agile dances of the most diverse 42-plus different cultures, the ancient ways of the Masai and Samburu remain an inscrutable mystery. This tour gives you an opportunity to study two very contrasting communities of Kikuyu who are farmers and Masai who are pastoralists but both co-exist in remarkable harmony.

Our 10-Day Kenya Cultural & Wildlife Safari gives you a great opportunity to explore and enjoy the diverse cultural and traditional practices of different tribes of Kenya.

We offer the traveller a unique opportunity to interact with these indigenous Kenyan peoples whose rich cultural heritage extends down the centuries. Kenya is a country that has a wealth of cultural activities extending across the entire country, we offer the intrepid traveller a chance to tailor-make these cultural tours to individual specifications so that cultural immersion in Kenya becomes an unforgettable experience.

Safari itinerary in Summary

Day 1: Nairobi Arrival
Day 2: Nairobi — Drive to the Forest Tree Lodge. Overnight at Serena Mountain Lodge or the Ark Limited
Day 3: Forest Tree Lodge — Drive to Baringo. Overnight at Lake Baringo Lodge or Lake Baringo Island Camp
Day 4: Lake Baringo. Overnight at Lake Baringo Lodge or Lake Baringo Island Camp
Day 5: Lake Baringo — Drive to Kericho. Overnight at Kericho Tea Hotel
Day 6: Kericho — Drive to Masai Mara Game Reserve. Overnight at Mara Serena Lodge
Day 7: Masai Mara Game Reserve. Overnight at Mara Serena Lodge or Mara Sopa Lodge
Day 8: Masai Mara — Drive to Lake Naivasha. Overnight at Lake Naivasha Sopa or Simba Lodge
Day 9: Lake Naivasha — Nairobi. Overnight at Nairobi Serena
Day 10: Nairobi Dayrooms — Evening Depart

Safari itinerary in Detail

Day 1Nairobi

Transfer from Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to the Nairobi Serena hotel overnight.

Overnight at the Nairobi Serena Hotel

Meal Plan {Bed & Breakfast}

Day 2: Nairobi – Forest Tree Lodge

Depart your African Spice Safari after breakfast. Leave Nairobi, heading north through a patchwork of coffee plantations and small farms towards Mount Kenya and the highlands. Gaining altitude, the scenery becomes lusher, the air cooler and the roadside becomes a fascinating ribbon of small shops and stall holders.

Stop en route at the colorful Karatina market where fruit, vegetables, clothing and household goods are sold or bartered. Continue deep into the forests of Mount Kenya for overnight at Serena Mountain Lodge.

Safe in the comfort of the lodge, guests can observe the animals gathering to drink at the floodlit waterhole until well into the night. With luck, it may be possible to see elephant and rhino vying for the same salt deposit, while buffalo, water buck, warthog, bush buck, dik-dik and perhaps the rare kudu wait their turn.

Overnight at Serena Mountain Lodge

Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 3: Forest Tree Lodge – Lake Baringo

As the road leads away from Mount Kenya, cross the Equator line where a demonstration will be given to show how water drains from a bath in a clockwise or anti-clockwise direction North or South of the Equator.

Descend from the lush highlands into the Rift Valley with its stunning volcanic landscapes before continuing to lake Baringo. Lunch at the lodge. Afternoon visit to a local school (no fees are charged, just donate a few pens, pencils, books etc).

Overnight at Lake Baringo Club or Lake Baringo Island Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 4: Lake Baringo Island

A morning excursion by boat to Ol Kokwe island in the centre of Lake Baringo. This is home to the small Njemps tribe who still live by fishing from their primitive reed boats, just as they have done for many hundreds of years.

Despite their life-style, the Njemps have a very good school on the island and speak good English. It is be possible to meet and talk to them about their way of life. Lunch at the lodge and afternoon at leisure to relax by the pool or enjoy a guided bird walk in the beautiful gardens beside the lake.

Overnight at Lake Baringo Club or Lake Baringo Island Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 5: Lake Baringo Island – Kericho Town

From Lake Baringo, a morning drive via Kabarnet and Eldama Ravine to Kericho, passing through un spoilt villages and stunningly beautiful scenery. The highlight is a stop at the aptly named “World’s End”, one of the most dramatic escarpments in the world where the land rolls away thousands of metres into the Rift Valley and the views stretch back to Lake Bogoria and beyond.

Kericho is tea growing country, very fertile and at high altitude. Lunch at the Tea Hotel followed by a visit to one of the tea plantations where a guided tour of the tea processing factory will be given. It may also be possible to join a local family for “Chai” (tea).

Overnight at the Kericho Tea Hotel
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 6: Kericho – Masai Mara Game Reserve

A short drive through the rich and fertile countryside to Kisii, home of the equally fertile Abagusii people (they have one of the highest birth rates in the world). Perhaps this explains why they are great athletes who have won honours in the World and Olympic games!

The Abagusii are also an artistic and enterprising tribe whose famous Kisii soapstone carvings are renowned throughout the world. A visit to the soapstone quarries will provide plenty of opportunity to browse and negotiate with the carvers for one of these finely decorated souvenirs.

After lunch, leave the banana plantations behind and head for the rolling hills of Masai Mara, Kenya’s finest Game Reserve.

Overnight at Mara Serena lodge
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 7: Masai Mara Game Reserve

A full day game viewing in the Mara, Kenya’s finest wildlife reserve. Elephant and buffalo abound in the riverine forests, while out on the grasslands Impala and Thompson’s gazelle can be seen together with their attendant predators including lion, cheetah, hyena and jackal.

The Mara is the northern extension of the Serengeti ecosystem and plays host to the vast herds of wildebeest and zebra during the months of July to October. In addition, lesser known species such as topi, hartebeest, waterbuck eland and many small mammals create a kaleidoscopic picture.

Between game drives, it is possible to visit a Masai”Manyatta” (village). The Masai are a fiercely proud tribe who maintain their nomadic way of life.

Overnight at Mara Serena lodge
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 8: Masai Mara – Lake Naivasha

A morning drive back into the Rift Valley, passing the dormant volcano of Longonot and on to Lake Naivasha. Lunch at the lodge. Afternoon visit to a flower farm or a vineyard with wine tasting.

Naivasha has a thriving ago-industry and during the European winter more than a million stems a night are sent by air to Europe. The wine is palatable but not of the same quality as South African, but they are working on it!

Overnight at Lake Naivasha Sopa or Simba Lodge
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 9: Lake Naivasha – Nairobi

An early breakfast and boat trip to Crescent Island bird sanctuary. Afterwards, ascend the spectacular Rift Valley escarpment to the Nairobi suburb of Limuru. Lunch at the old colonial style Kentmere Club.

Afternoon visit to a Kiambu coffee plantation and a short talk about the coffee making process. The Kenyan Arabica coffee is considered the best in the world due to the perfect combination of sun and rain in this part of the country. Continue to Nairobi for a farewell dinner at Rangers Restaurant or the Carnivore Restaurant.

Overnight at the Nairobi Serena Hotel
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 10: Nairobi – Departure for Home

A morning visit to the city fruit, vegetable and curio market, the Nairobi Museum and the Snake Park. Lunch at on own. The afternoon is left free for shopping or clients individual projects (such as visiting a sponsored child etc). Evening transfer to the airport for departure.

Dayrooms at the Nairobi Serena Hotel
Meal Plan {Breakfast}

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