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Mbweha Camp

This 7-day safari begins and ends in Nairobi, and includes a round trip by road through three of Kenya’s iconic and game-rich areas:  Samburu, Nakuru and the Masai Mara National Reserve.

Transport is by either a private mini-safari van or 4×4 safari vehicle, a truly epic ‘road-trip’ through classic Savannah-and-safari country. The safari begins from Nairobi driving north across the equator to the rugged landscapes of Samburu National Reserve.

Reaching Samburu, we make our way to Elephant Bedroom Camp, inside Samburu Game Reserve. An intimate tented camp, Elephant Bedroom Camp lies along the Ewaso Nyiro River, the life force of the reserve. Stay in one of 12 tented rooms amid the trees and bush indigenous to the area.

We spend 2 nights on game drives in Samburu National Reserve. We may see large predators and some rare big mammals on our game drive, as well as some of the over 350 bird species found here.

Some of the most remarkable species of the park are the Somali ostriches, long-necked gerenuk antelopes, Grevy’s zebras and Somali giraffes. Cheetahs, elephants, lions and buffalos are frequently sighted, along with various antelopes, including striking-looking gemsbok, gazelles, waterbuck and tiny dikdiks.

Continue to Mbweha Safari Camp located in the greater Soysambu conservancy (in Congreve Conservancy) which has a large part of Lake Elementaita and bordering Lake Nakuru National Park. We take bush walks, day and night game drives in Congreve Conservancy.

We also explore Lake Nakuru National Park  where we are likely to spot hippos, baboons, rhinos (black and white) and a variety of antelope species. Other wild inhabitants include leopards and lions, giraffes, zebras and buffalos.

The shallow soda lake attracts a diverse abundance of bird species, numbering over 400 different species, and as such is a birder’s paradise and a Ramsar Wetland Area. When conditions are right, Lake Nakuru is visited by large flamingo flocks – an incredible sight.

Leaving Mbweha Safari Camp and Lake Nakuru National Park behind you head further south to Kenya’s most spectacular Game Reserves, Masai Mara Game Reserve – one of the most celebrated wildlife reserves on earth. Spend 2 nights at Tipilikwani Mara Camp set along the peaceful Talek River.

This world-famous reserve in home to the Big Five of Africa – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant, so keep your eyes open and your cameras ready. Two of the best-known highlights of Masai Mara are the Great Migration and the sizeable big cat populations.

During the annual Wildebeest Migration massive herds, over a million strong, can be seen moving across the plains and splashing through the rivers, attracting unwanted attention from hungry crocodiles, hyenas, lions and many other predators.

The reserve hosts all of the big cats of Africa, in healthy numbers. Other animals to look out for, are foxes, jackals, giraffes, baboons, hippos, zebras and herds of antelopes – eland, gazelles, hartebeest, impalas and topi.

We leave the Mara behind and drive back to the city where you are dropped off at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or at your city hotel, bringing our wildlife adventure to a close.

Safari Itinerary in Summary

Day 1: Nairobi – Drive to Samburu Game Reserve
Day 2: Explore Samburu Game Reserve
Day 3: Samburu – Drive to Congreve Conservancy/ Lake Nakuru National Park
Day 4: Lake Nakuru – Drive to Masai Mara Game Reserve
Day 5:  Masai Mara Game Reserve
Day 6: Masai Mara Game Reserve
Day 7: Masai Mara – Drive to Nairobi

Safari Itinerary in Detail

Day 1: Nairobi – Drive to Samburu Game Reserve

This morning we travel by road to Kenya’s northern frontier. Wild and rugged, Samburu is fiercely beautiful with its arid savannahs watered by the lovely Uaso Nyiro River.

Reaching Samburu, we make our way to Elephant Bedroom Camp, inside Samburu Game Reserve. An intimate tented camp, Elephant Bedroom Camp lies along the Ewaso Nyiro River, the life force of the reserve. Stay in one of 12 tented rooms amid the trees and bush indigenous to the area.

After settling in and relaxing for a bit, we set off into the wilds on our first 4×4 game drive in the Big Five Samburu National Reserve. The reserve consists of hot, dry plains and scrublands fringed by mountains, including the tall Ol Olokwe Mountain.

In Samburu you get the chance to encounter the traditional Samburu tribe, and gain insight into their customs and culture. The game drive takes us into the early evening, with a scenic stop for sundowners in the bush as the day fades into night in a show of colors.

Then we head back to our exclusive safari camp for dinner and a laid-back night in the bush, under starry African skies. The spacious walk-in tents feature viewing decks with small plunge pools to cool off in on the hot days and nights.

Overnight Accommodation: Elephant Bedroom Camp
Meal Plan:  {Lunch & Dinner}


Day 2: Explore Samburu Game Reserve

Get an early start on day two, embarking on a 4×4 game drive in Samburu National Reserve after breakfast. We may see large predators and some rare big mammals on our game drive, as well as some of the over 350 bird species found here.

Some of the most remarkable species of the park are the Somali ostriches, long-necked gerenuk antelopes, Grevy’s zebras and Somali giraffes. Cheetahs, elephants, lions and buffalos are frequently sighted, along with various antelopes, including striking-looking gemsbok, gazelles, waterbuck and tiny dikdiks.

Return to the shaded camp for lunch and a break, before setting off on our afternoon 4×4 game drive in the arid Samburu Reserve. The afternoon game drive is followed by free time to nap or dip into your plunge pool, and enjoy dinner at the safari

Overnight Accommodation: Elephant Bedroom Camp
Meal Plan:  {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}


Day 3: Samburu – Drive to Congreve Conservancy/ Lake Nakuru National Park

First, breakfast and then we are off to central Kenya and the Great Lake of Nakuru. We drive through the beautiful Great Rift Valley on our way to Mbweha Safari Camp, our next stop. The camp offers accommodation in comfortable stone and thatch chalets, and looks out over the wilderness and the Eburu and Mau mountains.

Mbweha Safari Camp is located inside the Congreve Conservancy, a private reserve covering some 6400 acres of bush, along the southern side of Lake Nakuru National Park.

In the afternoon we head into the conservancy on foot, embarking on a guided walking safari to get close to the bush. Walking in the bush is both thrilling and fascinating as you may encounter all kinds of unexpected creatures, big and small. After our exhilarating bush walk, we return to Mbweha Camp for dinner and wind down for the day.

Overnight Accommodation: Mbweha Safari Camp: Full Board
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}


Day 4: Explore Lake Nakuru National Park

Wake up early on day five, have breakfast and head out on a full-day game drive in Lake Nakuru National Park. Exploring this scenic and relatively small national park we are likely to spot hippos, baboons, rhinos (black and white) and a variety of antelope species.

Other wild inhabitants include leopards and lions, giraffes, zebras and buffalos. The shallow soda lake attracts a diverse abundance of bird species, numbering over 400 different species, and as such is a birder’s paradise and a Ramsar Wetland Area. When conditions are right, Lake Nakuru is visited by large flamingo flocks – an incredible sight.

We return to camp after our 4×4 adventure in the scenic Lake Nakuru National Park, relax and have dinner. Fall asleep to the sounds of nature at Mbweha Safari Camp.

Overnight Accommodation: Mbweha Safari Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}


Day 5: Masai Mara Game Reserve

Wake up in unspoilt nature and eat breakfast before we leave Mbweha Safari Camp and Lake Nakuru National Park behind. Today is the big day – we drive southwest to the Masai Mara National Reserve, one of the most celebrated wildlife reserves on earth.

We drive through the picturesque Great Rift Valley and into Maasai country, where eye-catching red-robes stand out against the natural landscapes. The Maasai of Kenya are a proud semi-nomadic and striking-looking people, known for their fierce warriors, ceremonies and unique style of dress.

We reach Tipilikwani Mara Camp in time for lunch, followed by our first 4×4 game drive in this epic East African game reserve. Driving across the vast and seemingly-endless open plains where wildlife roams freely, we experience the magnitude and incredible beauty of untamed Masai Mara.

After our awe-inspiring game drive, we return to Tipilkwani Mara Camp, set along the peaceful Talek River. We have dinner at the camp which looks out over the acacia dotted plains, and retire to our riverfront tented-rooms for a good night’s rest.

Overnight Accommodation: Tipilikwani Mara Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}


Day 6: Explore Masai Mara Game Reserve

A whole day in Masai Mara! We enjoy rewarding morning and afternoon game drives in our 4×4 safari vehicle. On our wildlife adventure in Masai Mara Reserve we are likely to see an abundance of diverse animals, many of them large and iconic mammals species.

This world-famous reserve in home to the Big Five of Africa – lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and elephant, so keep your eyes open and your cameras ready. Two of the best-known highlights of Masai Mara are the Great Migration and the sizeable big cat populations.

During the annual Wildebeest Migration massive herds, over a million strong, can be seen moving across the plains and splashing through the rivers, attracting unwanted attention from hungry crocodiles, hyenas, lions and many other predators.

The reserve hosts all of the big cats of Africa, in healthy numbers. Other animals to look out for, are foxes, jackals, giraffes, baboons, hippos, zebras and herds of antelopes – eland, gazelles, hartebeest, impalas and topi.

After an action-packed day of game viewing, we return to Tipilikwani Mara Camp to rest and have dinner beside the Talek River.

Overnight Accommodation: Tipilikwani Mara Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}


Day 7: Masai Mara – Drive to Nairobi

On the final day of our Kenya road Safari, we leave the magnificent Masai Mara behind, after breakfast at Tipilikwani Mara Camp. We drive back to the city where you are dropped off at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or post-tour accommodation in Nairobi at about 13:00, bringing our wildlife adventure to a close.

Meal Plan {Breakfast}

7 Days 6 Nights Kenya Safari Samburu Lake Nakuru Masai Mara Prices

7 Days 6 Nights Kenya Safari Samburu Lake Nakuru Masai Mara Prices Include;

8 Extensive Game drives + All meals included while on safari + All applicable Game Park entrance fees +  Safari vehicles carry cold drinks and mineral water + Guaranteed departures for 1 or more guests booking this safari + Finest accommodations in Samburu, Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara Game Reserve + Round trip transport from Nairobi to Samburu, Lake Nakuru & Masai Mara Game Reserve & Services of a Professional Safari Driver Guide.

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Notes
All game activities included in the price
All Park/ Reserve fees included in the price
Flexible departures on any day of the week
All road transport is in a private vehicle, just for your group
Optional beach holiday add-ons available (supplements apply)
Full Board Accommodation in superb quality, well-located lodges/ camps
Fully escorted by friendly, professional safari driver guides (accredited by Kenya Professional Safari Guide Association)
* Optional extra nights can be added. Any level of accommodation can be chosen, from budget lodges, mid-range camps to luxury hotels
* Tour transport is in a private 6 seater safari minivan with a pop-up roof. At an extra cost, you can choose our 6 seaters Toyota Land Cruisers (4×4)


7 Days 6 Nights Kenya Safari Samburu Lake Nakuru Masai Mara Prices Exclude;

* International Airfare
* A visit to a Masai Village
* Accommodation in Nairobi
* Cost of obtaining passport and visas
* Gratuity for your professional driver-guide
* Sundowner bush cocktails and bush dinner
* Christmas, New Year, and Easter Supplement
* Gratuity for Porterage/ waiters at hotels, camps, and airports
* Membership in Flying Doctors Society – Emergency air rescue
* Optional Hot Air Ballooning (cost per person is 500 US Dollars), Nature walks, etc
* Personal expenses such traveling insurance, excess baggage fee, communication charges that include, laundry, emails, faxes, and phone calls beverages including luxury champagne, luxury spirits, beer, wines during meals or meals not indicated in the itinerary

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