Kenya Tours (8-Days Safari)
Safari Articles For 8 Days Kenya Tours Africa is tailor made safari and tour to Kenya. It is arranged for family tented camping in Private Vehicle. It is the Visit to Amboseli National Park , Lake Naivasha , Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara. This easy paced and well staggered safari package adequately caters for families and seniors. Safari leaves from Nairobi to spend 2 nights at Amboseli which is located at the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro. The World famous Masai Mara game reserve is the last stop with 3 nights & days of extensive wildlife viewing on rewarding game drives in search of Big five and more. Tour accommodation is in a selection of economy , standard or luxury safari lodges & tented camps depending on your budget & style.
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Use our Booking form above to get a details of 8 Days Kenya Tours Africa Package includes how to prepare for safari in Kenya (What to pack, visa, Passport, Insurance, Vaccinations, international flights etc.), the type of accommodation stay and their standard while in safari (Lodge, Camping or Permanent Tented Lodges), Departures dates, Prices, and Best time to go for Safari in Kenya.
Kenya Tours (8-Days Safari).
Day 1 Arrival
The beginning of 8 Days Kenya Tours safari. On arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport you will be met by our company representative who will transfer you to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay
Day 2 Nairobi-Samburu National Park 6 hour’s drive
After breakfast early in the morning drive to Samburu. It’s a long day’s drive. On arrival you will have lunch and relax at the lodge. Dinner and overnight at the ldoge
Day 3: Full day game viewing
You will have breakfast and then spend the day exploring the reserve and its varied species of game like the Grevy’s Zebra, the long-necked Gerenuk, among the wildlife that shares this semi-arid habitat. Dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 4: Samburu – Lake Nakuru 6 hours drive
After breakfast drive past the northern tip of the Aberdare Mountains to descend into the Great Rift Valley where Lake Nakuru is located. On arrival you will have lunch, dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 5: Full day Lake Nakuru
After breakfast you will go for a game drive in the park. Lake Nakuru National Park is well known for its pink flamingoes and is also a sanctuary for the endangered rhino and leopards. Dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 6: Lake Nakuru –Lake Naivasha
After breakfast you will leave Nakuru town and head to Lake Naivasha, you will have lunch at the hotel and in the afternoon take a boat ride to crescent Island to walk among the wildlife in the Island. Dinner and overnight at the lodge
Day 7: Lake Naivasha- Masai Mara
After breakfast you will drive across the Great Rift Valley reaches Kenya’s most famous Game Reserve, Masai Mara, in time for lunch. Spend the rest of the day exploring the rolling hills and plains for a chance to spot black-maned lion, elephant, leopard, cheetah, and buffalo along with varied species of hoofed animals. Dinner and Overnight at the lodge
Day 8: Full day game viewing
Breakfast and then go for a full day of game viewing. This park is well known for wildebeest Migration. Mara is home to a breathtaking array of life. The vast grassland plains are scattered with herds of Zebra, Giraffe, Gazelle, and Topi. Enjoy the game drive and later drive back to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
Departure Day : Masai Mara-Nairobi-Departure.
After breakfast you will drive back to Nairobi, proceed to the airport for your departure flight. The End of Kenya Tours (8-Days Safari)
The beginning of January right the way through to the end of February signals the warmest period to visit Kenya with higher concentrations of animals congregating in popular tourist destinations, such as the Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Amboseli. This is a great time of year for divers to go for 8 Days Kenya Tours as visibility in the Indian Ocean is much clearer thanks to the lack of surface run off.
Early March still has some blue skies although animals will already be in shorter supply due to the start of the rainy season which runs right through April and into May. Flooded roads, an abundance of vegetation and generally wet weather at this time makes for poor wildlife watching and slippery summits to Mount Kenya however, if you’re looking to bag a bargain then this is certainly a time of year worth bearing in mind.
June sees the start of Kenya’s dry season with waterholes and river banks teeming with animals and although prices will go up during July and August, being able to observe the wildebeest migration crossing the Masai Mara is well-worth a few extra Shillings. With the school holidays out of the way in September you’ll find fewer visiting families and October through to November is a great time to go for 8 Days Kenya Tours if you’re not tied to the kids.
• Private safari vehicle with open roof.
• Park fees .
• Transfer to and from the Airport.
• Bottle of mineral water while in safari.
• Government taxes.
• Professional and tour guide.
• Kenya Visa.
• Tips for your driver.
• Items of personal nature.
• International flight.
• Alcohol drinks.