08.00 hrs: Leave in the morning to reach the small town of Nyeri for a sumptuous lunch before leaving for the tree hotel of your choice, (Treetops, The Ark or Mountain Lodge), in the early afternoon. The night is spent on your comfortable perch, above the floodlit water hole and saltlick where, all night long, a procession of animals come to drink. Dinner and overnight at a Tree Hotel.
During the morning cross the tip of the Aberdare mountains stopping briefly to admire the 73m plunge of Thompson’s Falls, named after the Scots explorer who first saw the Falls in 1884. Continue to Lake Nakuru for lunch, and in the afternoon visit the Lake Nakuru National Park, where the sight of flamingos will never be forgotten. Return to Lodge for dinner and overnight.
After breakfast depart for Masai Mara driving through the great Rift Valley, arriving in Masia Mara at your lodge in time for hot lunch lunch. 15.30 hrs: proceed for a game drive in search of Black-Maned lion, elephants, leopard, cheetah, buffalo and other plains game. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
A full day game viewing and exploration of this Kenya’s finest reserve. More than 60 species of wildlife are found here as well as a multitude of birds. Dinner and overnight at a lodge. (Optional Early Morning and Late Afternoon Game Drive or 3 Game Drives)
After breakfast return to Nairobi arriving around lunch time
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Maasai Mara is a large game reserve in Narok County, Kenya. It is home to the big five and also famous for the annual migration of the wildebeest. It covers an area of about 531m2 on the southern part of Kenya. This park is named in honor of the Maasai people (the ancestral inhabitants of the area). Their description of the area when looked at from afar: “Mara,” which is Masai language for “spotted,” an apt description for the circles of trees, scrubs, savanna, and cloud shadows that marking the area. The terrain of the reserve is primarily grassland with seasonal river lets. Being a grassland savannah it receives an average rainfall of 83mm/month, with an altitude of 1500-2180m and temperatures of 12-30?. The animals found in Mara include the big five (lion, rhino, elephant, leopard and buffalo). Aside from the big five the other animals one can see in Masai Mara include hippos, giraffes, hyenas and a high number of antelopes including the Topi a breed of antelope not common to other parks, the bush duiker, klipspringer, oribi, reedbuck, bush babies, the Nile crocodiles, crested porcupine, spring hare, pangolin etc. Approximately 1,500,000 Wildebeest and 200,000 Zebra seasonally move from Serengeti to Masai Mara. The migration will begin in June 2018 and will remain in Masai Mara until the end of October, 2018 when then start the reverse journey back to Serengeti begins