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13 Days Samburu, Aberdare, Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo, Mombasa

Safari price

3200$ /Person


13 Days safari

Safari type

photography Safari


Day 01
Nairobi - Samburu

Nairobi - Samburu

Drive north through cultivations of coffee and pineapple to Nanyuki for lunch. In the afternoon continue on to Samburu national reserve. Dinner and overnight at Samburu Sopa lodge.

Day 02


Full day spent in Samburu with early morning and afternoon game viewing drives. Samburu is also home to the third of Kenya’s giraffe species - the rare Reticulated Giraffe (only found in the Northern parks). This is also where you see the blue-legged Somali Ostrich, the long-necked Gerenuk Gazelle and the straight-horned Beisa Oryx Antelope. Accommodation at Samburu Sopa lodge.

Day 03
Samburu - Aberdare

Samburu - Aberdare

After breakfast at the Lodge, head back to Nyeri arriving at Outspan hotel in time for a country style lunch. After Lunch transfer into the Aberdare national park to Treetops for an evening and night of game watching. Your simple but comfortable room overlooks a water hole which attracts wildlife throughout the afternoon and night. Quietly observe the procession of wildlife that comes to drink: buffalo, rhino, leopard, hyena and antelope. Overnight accommodation at Treetops lodge or THE ARK.

Day 04
Aberdare - Nakuru

Aberdare - Nakuru

After breakfast drive northwards with views of tea and coffee plantations around the Aberdare ranges and Mount Kenya to Outspan hotel OR Aberdare Country Club for lunch After lunch, you are transferred to the Treetops lodge OR THE ARK. Spend the night watching animals as they gather at the floodlit water hole. Night observation of animals at the lounge offers exiting animal viewing with easy photography and comfort. Night visitors expected are Rhinos, Elephants, lions, bushbuck, warthog and night birds. You will find this as a great way to introduce you to your safari.

Day 05
Nakuru - Masai Mara

Nakuru - Masai Mara

After breakfast, depart for Masai Mara game reserve. Lunch is served on arrival followed by afternoon game viewing in this well-known game reserve situated in the North of the Serengeti plains and famous for it’s abundance of wildlife. All meals and overnight at the Manyatta camp or Lodge.

Day 06
Masai Mara

Masai Mara

After breakfast proceed for full day game viewing; to grasp the true feeling of Africa, there is nothing better than the Masai Mara experience! This well watered park crossed by the Mara River is a permanent home for large herds of wildebeests, zebras Elephants, giraffes, and antelopes coexisting with predators such as lions, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs. Sunrise and sundown are the greatest moments for game viewing in these mystic plains, a time where the soft red hues of the sun will give your photographs the clarity of the actual African savannah. Accommodation at Manyatta camp or lodge.

Day 07
Masai Mara

Masai Mara

Early breakfast then drive to Amboseli via Nairobi, with lunch enroute. Amboseli has the largest concentration of elephants and such other game as Lion, Buffalo, Gazelle, Cheetah, Wildebeest, Hyena, Jackal, Monkey, Giraffe, Zebra and Baboon. Game is seen on much of the route to the park, which crosses archer plains where Masai tend their cattle in an age-old tradition.Accommodation at Kibo luxury tented or AA Amboseli lodge or Amboseli Sopa Lodge.

Day 08
Amboseli national park

Amboseli national park

After breakfast depart for a full day game viewing drives, where Mount Kilimanjaro background offers a good photographic scenery coupled with animals such as Buffaloes, lions, gazelles, cheetahs, wildebeests ,hyenas, Warthogs, zebras, giraffes and baboons on the ground. All meals and overnight at the Kibo Tented camp or AA Amboseli Tented Lodge or Amboseli Sopa Lodge.

Day 09
Amboseli - Tsavo West

Amboseli - Tsavo West

After breakfast depart Amboseli and head to Tsavo West National Park outside the park gates are the Shetani Lava Flows,” frozen” rivers of molten black rock twisted in bizarre shapes. At just over (20,000 sq Km), Tsavo is Kenya’s largest national park. The park is home to a huge variety of animals and birds, especially around the watering holes in this otherwise dry area. The watering holes in this park are a stopover for hundreds of thousands of birds on their annual migration south during the fall. Accommodation at Rhino Lodge or Ngulia Safari lodge.

Day 10
Tsavo West - Mombasa

Tsavo West - Mombasa

After breakfast drive to Mombasa, arriving in time for lunch. Check in at the Mombasa Beach hotel or similar. This is a first class Beach hotel situated in the North Coast. Accommodation is on double room sharing, Half board basis.

Day 11
Mombasa - Nairobi

Mombasa - Nairobi

Full day own leisure in Mombasa. Accommodation at Mombasa Beach hotel or similar.

Daily Activities included in the charge

Flood lit tennis court, Bicycles, an aerobics area, Table tennis, Beach soccer, Tug of war, Volleyball, Swahili lessons, Day and Night Time Entertainment, Live bands, Disco, African tribal dancers, Acrobatic shows, Quiz nights

Club shows

Water sports included in the cost, Windsurfing beginner boards, Canoes, Paddle boats, introductory diving lesson in pool

Facilities Available at a charge

Excursions, Guided & unguided snorkel safaris, Forest walks, Gede Ruins, Kipepeo Butterfly farm, Snake & Crocodile farms, Dolphin watching, Horse riding, African Village safari, Mida Creek by boat, Bird watching, Special package for bird watchers, Deep sea game fishing Reception, Local / international telephone & faxes, In-room safes, Taxis, Baby-sitting services (on request), Water sports, Advanced windsurfing, PADI dive center

Day 12


Full day own leisure in Mombasa. Accommodation at Mombasa Beach hotel or similar.

Day 13


Mombasa. Breakfast, then transfer to the airport for flight back to Nairobi.

About this safari

Maasai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya, along the Tanzanian border. Its animals include lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos. Wildebeest traverse its plains during their annual migration. The landscape has grassy plains and rolling hills, and is crossed by the Mara and Talek rivers. The area nearby is dotted with villages (enkangs) of Maasai people.

The Aberdare National Park is a protected area in the Aberdare Mountain Range in central Kenya located east of the East African Rift Valley. It covers the higher areas and the Aberdare Salient to the east.

Amboseli National Park is in southern Kenya. It’s known for its large elephant herds and views of immense Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania. Observation Hill offers panoramas of the peak and the park’s plains and swamps. Varied wildlife includes giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and hundreds of bird species. The western section is dominated by vast Lake Amboseli, which is dry outside the rainy season

Tsavo East National Park is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya at 13,747 square kilometres. Situated in a semi-arid area previously known as the Taru Desert it opened in April 1948, and is located near the town of Voi in the Taita-Taveta County of the former Coast Province.

Mombasa is famous for its beaches, world-class beach resorts, and it’s historical significance. It is the most popular tourist destination in Kenya and is the second largest city in Kenya (second only to the capital city, Nairobi)

What to do in this Safari

  • Guided & unguided snorkel safaris
  • Forest walks
  • Gede Ruins
  • Kipepeo Butterfly farm
  • Snake & Crocodile farms
  • Dolphin watching
  • Horse riding
  • African Village safari
  • Mida Creek by boat
  • Bird watching
  • Special package for bird watchers
  • Deep sea game fishing Reception
  • Baby-sitting services (on request)
  • Water sports. Advanced windsurfing
  • PADI dive center

Best time to visit

A diverse geography means a variable climate across the country but Kenya is considered a year-round destination for both safaris and beach holidays.

Most Kenya safari destinations are at their best between January and the end of March; the climate is mild, mostly dry and game viewing is at its peak. Naturally, this time is considered the best time to go to Kenya on safari but a rainy season visit - between mid-March to June and again between October and December - is well worth considering in order to avoid the peak-season crowds and to take advantage of cheaper, off-season rates on accommodation and tours.

If however it's a case of choosing when to go to Kenya for the Masai Mara wildebeest migration, then go between mid-August and late October when the herds have returned from their months in Tanzania's Serengeti.

The best time to visit Kenya beach destinations is a moot point: Kenya's Indian Ocean coast is hot and humid all year round and rain can fall at any time. We would however recommend avoiding the coast during the mid-March to late May season when temperatures and rainfall are at their highest.