7 DaysGreat Migration Luxury Safari
$9,267 per person
- The Big Five of Africa
- The Great Migration Masai Mara
- Close encounters at Giraffe Manor
- Nairobi City Tour
Meet and greet your guide who will transfer you to your hotel in Nairobi. If time allows, you will explore beyond your hotel.
Meals: Lunch & Dinner
After breakfast we’ll take a short flight from Nairobi Wilson Airport to the Masai Mara. Upon arrival we’ll make our way to the camp with a game drive en route. We’ll arrive at our camp set in a unique location to optimize safari game viewing.
After lunch we’ll set off for a game drive as we ease our way into the Masai mara.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
We spend the days exploring the plains as we chase the migrating herds. After discussing your preferences with the guides, we'll embark on game drives to make the most of the time in this unique habitat. We will explore the remote areas of the Mara and follow herds to the spectacular Mara River where we can witness the famous river crossings. Expect to see high concentration of wildlife as predators take full advantage of the season of bounty and as the herds fight for survival.
On days we’ll spend full days on safari with our packed lunches. We’ll look out for uncrowded vantage points to get the most of the action. Expect to see part of the 1.5 million strong herds of wildebeest, lions, leopards, cheetahs and other cats as the bounty of migration. You will also embark on an enchanting walk in the grasslands with a Masai guide who will share more about traditional lifestyle and the ecology of the area. and a visit to a Maasai community of the area to learn more about life in this area.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
After a leisurely breakfast, we will fly to Nairobi city where your safari will end.
No accommodation planned Meals: Breakfast and Lunch
Discover three of Nairobi’s most loved attractions on this delightful three-hour excursion. Your journey begins with a short exploration of the Karen Blixen Museum for a glimpse into the fascinating world of this pioneer coffee farmer, who achieved world fame through her highly acclaimed memoir, “Out of Africa”. She left Africa after a series of personal tragedies and her lovely colonial house has been preserved as a museum. Set in expansive gardens, the Karen Blixen Museum is an interesting place to wander around.
Your next stop will take you to the renowned Giraffe Centre, where you will be given a rare opportunity to get up close to these gentle giants in this natural sanctuary, which was founded by Jock Leslie-Melville, the Kenyan grandson of a Scottish earl, to protect the endangered Rothschild giraffe.
Here you can climb to the top of a platform and stand eye to eye with the giraffes, feed them small pellets or go for a gentle meander on a serene forest trail.
A heart-warming visit to the Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage will wrap up your outing. Here you can witness the heroic efforts of the dedicated team who rehabilitate orphaned elephant calves and other vulnerable animals. This extraordinary place plays a pivotal role in protecting the wilderness and offers a beautiful experience, as well as the opportunity to adopt an orphaned elephant.
Visiting hours for Daphne Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage:
Public visit 11h00 / Private visit 15h00 / Foster parents visit 17h00 (The last two need advance booking
Accommodation at Serena Kigali Hotel, Singita Kwitonda, Seria Ngare Camp
What To Carry
- Passport copy
- face masks (N95/surgical)
- personal sanitizer
- personal medication
- hiking/trekking boots
- warm gloves
- Both short/long sleeved shirts
- Both short/trousers
- swimming costume
- small torch
- insect repellant
- a good camera
- refilling water bottle
- extra cash in local currency and a pair of keen eyes!