Kenya Wildlife Safari Itinerary

Travel to Africa and visit Kenya, where an Intrepid wildlife safari awaits. From Nairobi, head to Lakes Nakuru and Naivasha before traversing the epic Masai Mara.

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    • Trip Price tool tip
      USD $412
      CAD $416
      AUD $431
      EUR €296
      GBP £258
      NZD $513
      ZAR R3,941
      CHF FR371
    • Kitty tool tip
      USD $415
    • Total price tool tip
      USD $827*
      CAD $857*
      AUD $890*
      EUR €615*
      GBP £533*
      NZD $1,057*
      ZAR R8,116*
      CHF FR764*
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Elephants, Masai Mara National Reserve

Pelicans, Lake Naviasha

Maasi, Kenya

Day 1 Nairobi

The journey begins in Kenya's bustling capital Nairobi. Get to know this modern city with its colourful markets and atmospheric bars.
ACCOM: Hotel - 1

Day 2 Lake Nakuru

Pitch tents alongside glistening Lake Nakuru then head out on an afternoon game drive. Fringed by acacia trees, Nakuru Lake is transformed into a shimmering pink haze as hundreds of flamingos descend upon it. Keep an eye out for other wildlife - the savanna area also boasts a wide variety of animals including giraffes and lions.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Days 3-4 Lake Naivasha

Encounter friendly locals on a village visit before reaching Lake Naivasha - a birdwatcher's paradise with floating islands of papyrus reeds. Camp by the lake and explore this beautiful area independently.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Day 5 Loita Hills

Travel across the Great Rift Valley floor to Loita Hills, right in the heart of Maasai country. Tonight, camp amongst these friendly, semi-nomadic tribes and learn about their ancient culture from a local elder. Perhaps pick up a local recipe while sharing a campfire meal.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 1

Days 6-7 Masai Mara National Reserve

Help the Maasai milk their cattle before tackling the world-renowned Masai Mara National Reserve; a huge area of woodlands and open plains backed by the striking Esoit Oloololo Escarpment. Safaris through the park might reveal prides of lions, herds of elephants and perhaps even a stealthy cheetah. In the rainy season, this area is flooded by over a million wildebeest on their annual migration.
ACCOM: Camping (with facilities) - 2

Day 8 Nairobi

Hit the road and leave the open expanses of the African bush behind. Travel through Maasai farmlands on the journey back to the urban jungle of Nairobi.