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Amazing Africa

Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights.
Destination Covered: Nairobi – Lake Nakura National Park - Masai Mara


Humans originated in Africa. Africa is bounded by the Mediterranean Sea to the north. The Atlantic Ocean to the west and the Indian Ocean to the east. Its popular for its Wildlife, Snow Capped Mountains, Desert
It attracts millions every year to view the breath taking Great African Migration

Trip Highlights
  • Nairobi Sight Seeing (Kenya)
  • Ol Pajeta Conservancy
  • Lake Nakuru National Park
  • Masai Mara
  • Mara Fig Tree Camp
  • Great African Migration (Seasonal)
Itinerary Details
Day 1: Arrival at Kenya

On arrival at the Jomo Kenya international Airport, you will be met by an Albatros Travel representative and given a short Safari briefing then transferred to your Hotel for Overnight.

Accommodation at Eka Hotel - Superior(Bed and Breakfast) Eka Hotel This trendy new hotel on the Mombasa Road just 10 minutes from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is a welcome addition to Nairobi Hotels. With a vibrant restaurant and excellent service the Eka Hotel location means easy access to the Amboseli and Tsavo national Parks as well as Wilson Airport for all domestic flights to Northern Kenya and the coast. The Hotel has a swimming pool, gym, a 'Spurs Restaurant', conference facilities and late check out on request.

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and the starting point for many safaris. It is more than likely that you will have an overnight in this bustling hub. Just over a century ago Nairobi was little more than a water depot for the notorious 'Lunatic Express'. Nairobi which means 'cool water' in the language of the Masai is now the hub for all of East Africa's business. Today the city's skyline bristles with skyscrapers; its modernity and spaciousness surprising many first time visitors.

Since it was founded little over a century ago the city has grown at a unimaginable rate into one of the continent's largest cities. As a result of this the city does have its problems, traffic being one of them. This problem has pushed travellers to the suburbs of the city is search of beautiful accommodation. For the traveller who has some time to spend in the city there is plenty to keep you occupied.

Day 2: Ol Pajeta conservancy

Leave for Sweetwaters Luxury Tented Camp, set on a 22,000-acre rhino sanctuary in The Ol Pejeta Game Ranch. Afternoon is spent game viewing. Those interested in experiencing the bush at night have the opportunity at Ol Pejeta, as it is one of the few places in Kenya offering night game viewing

Accommodation at Sweetwaters Serena Camp - Standard Room (Full Board)

Sweetwaters Tented Camp offers you a charming blend of under-canvas ambiance and safari luxury in a sheltered oasis, clustered around a water hole and set in the pristine calm of the private Ol Pejeta Conservancy,.

Start your game viewing experience this afternoon, with the conservancy hosting all of the 'Big Five' members. Being one of only four private game conservancies founded in Kenya, the area has a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any Kenya National Parks, making it perfect for intimate game-viewing experiences. The Waterhole Bar, built in the style of a game-viewing hide, overlooks the waterhole and offers unrivalled wildlife-watching.

Ol Pajeta conservancy

Being the only park where the'Big Five' and Chimpanzees can be seen, the Conservancy has a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any Kenya National Parks, making it perfect for intimate game-viewing experiences. It is also where the fastest growing population of rhino in Africa can be found. There are southern white rhino and the endangered black rhino and in a special sanctuary the resides some of the Worlds' remaining northern white rhino.

The Waterhole Bar, built in the style of a game-viewing hide, overlooks the waterhole and offers unrivalled wildlife-watching. Other than Game drive, there is an opportunity for game walks, horse rides and even camel rides are available as well as nocturnal game drives.

Day 3: Lake Nakuru National Park

Today you will drive to one of the great Rift Valley Lakes that is situated in the middle of a national park to which it gives its name. After lunch, enjoy an afternoon game drive in the park before settling in at your lodge for dinner and overnight.

Accommodation at Nakuru Sopa Lodge - Standard Room(Full Board)

Situated within the Lake Nakuru National Park, on a range of hills that form the Western border, Lake Nakuru Sopa Lodge is consists of 60 tastefully-decorated and spacious guest rooms which feature generous en-suite bathrooms and private balconies. The multi-rooftops of the main buildings include open-air verandahs, the 'Lekwane' restaurant, and the 'Ol Donyio' bar and lounge. An infinity swimming pool set facing the lake and the park is yet another highlight at Lake Nakuru Sopa Lodge.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is a world heritage site renowned for its amazing birdlife, with over 450 bird species. The waters of the lake also draw a great variety of game to its shores and the picturesque landscape of marshes, woodland, grassland and large euphorbia forests. The Park boasts a rhino sanctuary and regular sightings of the elusive leopard.

Day 4: Masai Mara (Fig Tree Camp)

Today you will drive to Kenya's famed Masai Mara. Mara Fig Tree Camp will play host to you over the next couple of days while you experience the magic of the Masai Mara for yourself. The adventure begins as soon as you arrive at the park gates and go straight into your first game drive as you make your way to the lodge. Get ready to see plenty of plains game as you make your way through the immense landscapes.

Accommodation at Mara Fig Tree Camp - Standard Tent(Full Board)

Arriving at the camp, lunch will be prepared for you and there will then be time for an afternoon siesta or perhaps a dip in the pool. An evening game drive is on offer, followed by a drink as you watch the Mara's spectacular sunset, rounding off another fabulous day on safari.

Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River and offers both luxury tents and chalet accommodation. The camp consist of 70 tents, 38 safari tents overlooking the Talek River, each with a double and single bed, 22 garden chalets with double and single beds, 10 superior Ngamboli tents on the banks of the Talek River. The rooms spaciously line up along the Talek River, overlooking the plains of the reserve.

Masai Mara is one of Africa's greatest wildlife reserves. Acacia dotted plains, tree-lined rivers and woodlands are abundant with wildlife and an array of birdlife. Game viewing is spectacular year round; you may see a pride of lions stalking their prey, observe a herd of elephant and their fascinating social structure, or see pods of hippo wallowing in the rivers. The great wildebeest migration is one of nature's wonders; an estimated two million animals migrate in a year-round pattern through Tanzania and Kenya, following the rain. Around July each year the huge herds begin dramatic river crossings and the grasslands of the Mara are covered by a mass of moving wildebeest, offering easy opportunity for crocodile and predators that are never far away. When in the Mara visit a traditional Maasai village or take a balloon safari at an extra cost.

Day 5: Masai Mara (Fig Tree Camp)

Today, if you want to catch the animals at their most active, you will get up at sunrise. Fingers crossed, you may even spot a leopard, the most elusive of the Big 5. After your game drive breakfast is served overlooking the gardens and the park. Following this you can choose to spend the morning relaxing or else visit a local Masai village to get a better understanding of their culture and way of life. Following lunch, in the late afternoon, you will be offered the chance to go on a leisurely game drive. In the evening you can choose to spend a little longer in the park, perhaps finding a spot facing the sunset from which you can toast your Kenyan adventure. Overnight at Mara Fig Tree Camp - Standard Tent(Full Board).

Day 6: Masai Mara

A sunrise in the Masai Mara shouldn't be missed and is best enjoyed with a cup of hot coffee or tea on your veranda. The diversity of the Masai Mara scenery, including its meandering rivers, towering escarpments and rolling grasslands, provides the perfect habitat for the abundance of game. You will have another chance to tick off some more animals on your "must see" list. Keep your eyes peeled as you hunt for the last members on your list.

Overnight at Mara Fig Tree Camp - Standard Tent(Full Board).

Day 7: Departure

After breakfast, check out and proceed to Nairobi. Drop off at the airport for your flight back home.