Eco Tourism

The past generation has given us their trust that we will be able to take care of the wildlife that brings along tourism, nature that is the environment on which human beings and the wild animal depend on. It is our great responsibility to conserve what we have in order to survive.

Day 1: 
On arrival, you will be met and transferred to Nairobi Hotel where you will have the chance to relax after a long and tiring journey. Dinner and Overnight will be well taken care of to ensure you are comfortable . 

Day 2:
Morning breakfast and we leave for the vast Kikuyu country to a community based upkeep area in Mt Kenya / Aberdare area a base camp which will make you interrelate with the local conservationist. You will partake in various activities including planting trees and getting involved in any local activity taking place. You will merge with the local resident and be stunned at the great work in upkeep of the water catchment's area. Dinner and Overnight at Eco Tourism Base camp. 

Day 3
This morning you will have a short staff-guided nature trail walk that will afford you with an opportunity to glimpse exclusive caves, sacred sites, wildlife and a great variety of bio multiplicity.
All meals, activities and accommodation will be ell catered for in camps /Bandas, which have communal ablution facilities. You will engage in various income-generating activities for the locals in their conservation endeavors.

Day 4: 
Early morning breakfast and leave for Tree Hotel in the Aberdare /Mt Kenya National Park. The Tree Hotel is located in indigenous forest in the foothills of Mount Kenya National Park. You are likely to see elephant and buffalo along the scenic road. Overnight Mountain Lodge /Tree tops subject to availability.

Day 5: 
After breakfast we head for Kakamega via the Rift Valley. Forest in Western Kenya is a superb slab of virgin tropical rainforest in the heart of an intensively cultivated agricultural area. It is home to a huge variety of birds and animals. Only in this forest can you find the rare De Brazza monkey. It is set in beautiful gardens in the middle of the Kakamega forest. Guided walks for bird watching, as several exotic species of birds found in the Kakamega Forest are not seen anywhere else in Kenya. Kakamega forest is a home of the great blue Turacco and re- known for the greatest variety of birds. Overnight at Rondo Retreat Centre subject to availability.

Day 6: 
Depart Kakamega forest passing through the White Highlands for Lake Nakuru for Game Drive and Lunch. You will by pass the great panoramic view of the tea estate and there after arrive At Lake Nakuru -home to a million or more flamingoes and other animals. Dinner and overnight at Lion Hill or we travel further south to for an overnight at Elsamere. Elsamere Conservation Center was once a home of Joy Adamson of Born Free fame. The conservation center is beautifully situated under massive old trees on a grassy slope at the edge of Naivasha.
All meals and Overnight at Lodge. 

Day 7: 
We depart after breakfast from the Hotel for a journey south along the floor of the Great Rift Valley and then ascend the western wall entering the Maasai Mara national Reserve-The grand Mara. After lunch at the camp and afternoon break we continue to the Mara Game reserve for the afternoon game drive. The famous Mara is prominent for its flock of plains game, black-maned lion, leopard and cheetah. Dinner and Overnight at a Tented Camp. 

Day 8:
A full day spent in the Mara and on this day we visit the Mara River for its abundant Hippo and crocodile of course not forgetting the variety of bird life.
All meals at our Eco- camp where facilities are communal and overnights are spent in 2 men tents with Maasai Guides keeping a watch against animal intervention.

Day 9
After breakfast we leave for a 3 hours walk excursion through the Mara homestead with an expert Maasai Guide who will explain the flora and fauna and also the footprints track of the animals. One has to be careful and observant as Elephants and Buffaloes are frequent walking companions at a distance. After the walk we check in a lodge for lunch. Afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at one of the Camp/ Lodge.

Day 10: We leave Maasai Mara behind returning back to Nairobi .

Kenya & Tanzania Cultural Safari

Day 01: Arrive Nairobi
  ‘Karibu Sana’  so we are welcomed  as we arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. We are transferred to our hotel, which is ideally situated within the city centre. Balance of the day is at leisure. Overnight at the Intercontinental Hotel /Nairobi Serena Hotel subject to availability. 

Day 2: Nairobi- Masai Mara
We depart by road and go across the Rift Valley before mounting its western rim into Maasai land. Red-clad, with spears always on hand, Masai warriors tend their herds of cattle among the wildlife, commendably unmoved by the presence of large predators. Afternoon we have the first game drive in search of wildlife. Maasai Mara is probably the best-known game reserve. Overnight at Mara Serena Safari Lodge subject to availability. Meal Plan {B, L, D} 

Days 03 & 04 : Masai Mara
Morning and afternoon game drives in this spectacular game reserve, all with splendid photographic opportunities. The most stunning feature is the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle from the plains of Serengeti that cross the Tanzanian border and rivers to reach the Mara's grasslands from late June, tracked by predators: lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena and circled by vultures as the journey unfolds. Apart from the seasonal migration, game viewing is brilliant year round. Meal Plan {B, L, D}. 

Day 05: Masai Mara / Lake Naivasha
Breakfast at our lodge and we proceed to Lake Naivasha - the highest and purest of the Great Rift Valley lakes. Lunch at the Club after which we enjoy a refreshing boat cruise on the lake. This area is famous for its bird life - a breeding ground for pelicans, fish eagles, cormorants and more. We will also find other animals such as hippos, zebra, antelope, colobus, monkeys, etc.
Overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club subject to availability. Meal Plan {B, L, D} 

Day 06 : Lake Naivasha -Amboseli 
Today we drive to Nairobi to arrive in time for lunch at the renowned Carnivore Restaurant after which we proceed to Amboseli National Park situated at the foothills of the Majestic 5895m (19342 ft) Mount Kilimanjaro - the highest mountain in Africa.
Overnight at Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge subject to availability. Meal Plan {B, L, D} 

Day 07: Amboseli
Morning and afternoon game viewing against the backdrop of Mt Kilimanjaro. The park offers a wide variety of wildlife but the principal attraction is its vast herds of elephant within the park. The bull elephants here have some of the largest tusks in Kenya. Other game includes zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, impala, leopard, caracal and several different species of cats. The park boasts a rich bird life such as ibis, egret, avocet, common and saddle-billed stork, secretary bird, heron, vultures, ducks, and geese. Meal Plan {B, L, D}

Day 08 :Amboseli-Arusha
We drive to the border post of Namanga where after clearing immigration formalities, we change vehicles and enter Tanzania. Drive to Arusha, to our overnight lodge situated on a working coffee plantation at the foot of Mount Meru. Arusha is the exact center between Cairo and Cape Town.
Overnight at Mountain Village subject to availability. Meal Plan {B, L, D} 

Day 09 : Arusha / Ngorongoro 
An interesting drive through a rural area dotted with villages gets us to the Ngorongoro Highlands. Our lodge is situated on the rim of the crater. The crater covers over 250 square kilometers (over 100 square miles) of land and is home to the rare black rhino, lion, elephant, cheetah and great herds of buffalo, antelope and wildebeest.
Overnight at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge subject to availability. Meal Plan {B, L, D} 

Day 10 :Ngorongoro
We tumble down 600m (nearly 2000 ft) to the floor of the crater for a game drive and picnic lunch. Explore the forest areas inhabited mainly by monkeys and elephants. Around the lake area, we see flamingos and the open savannah where the lions hunt for food. Dinner and overnight at  Ngorongoro Serena Lodge subject to availabilty. Meal Plan {B} 

Day 11 :Ngorongoro -Arusha –Zanzibar.

Our ‘Spice’ game drive ends with a transfer to Arusha, to catch our scheduled flight to Zanzibar. Zanzibar invokes so many different images for so many different people, history, culture, the sultans of Oman once ruled romance...This ancient island and Pirates and explorers considered it their stepping-stone into the Africa. Upon arrival, we are welcomed in the typical Swahili culture and are transferred to our hotel.
Overnight: Zanzibar Serena Inn. Meal Plan {B} 

Day 12:Zanzibar
We establish our Zanzibar experience with a half-day tour of the World Heritage Site Stone Town and enjoy a fragrant and colorful tour. The tour of the historical town includes the City Market, Anglican Church, Zanzibar Museum and Sultan's Palace. The architecture of the stone town captivates the eye with its wooden Arab inspired doors ornately carved, some with pointed brass bosses. There is so much history to Zanzibar that you find sensitive juxtapositions. The Cathedral church was built over the former slave market, its high altar on the site of the whipping post. Continue on the with the Tour, which is sure to your senses. Drive through the countryside to visit the plantations with an opportunity to pick, smell and savor exotic fruits and spices. Meal Plan {B} 

Day 13: Zanzibar
Breakfast at our hotel. Today our day is at leisure to lounge around the pool, explore the narrow streets, or enjoy the Indian Ocean silver sands. Meal Plan {B}

Day 14: Depart
Breakfast at your hotel. Transfer to the airport for your onward flight. Meal Plan {B}