7 Days Kenya Holidays Experience



7 Days Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Amboseli Budget Camping Safari is a safari that will give you a better chance to explore the famous Maasai Mara, which is well known for its annual wildebeest migration and the big five animals, it will also give you a better chance to view the walls of the great valley and bird watching in Lake Nakuru, proceed to Amboseli where you will see the view immense of Mount Kilimanjaro

detail itinerary

You will be picked up from your Nairobi hotel early in the morning and driven to the Masai Mara game reserve via the Great Rift Valley. There will be a brief stopover at the Rift Valley View Point, which offers a spectacular view of the valley floor and its beautiful landscape, as well as Narok town for a break and refueling. Arrive in time for lunch; eat at the Camp and relax before heading out on the afternoon game drive. After that, take an afternoon game drive through the park in search of animals, most notably the wildebeest migration from Tanzania’s Serengeti in July–October. To spot the wildebeests, Zebras, Lion, Cheetah, Elephant, and Buffalo, Thompson’s gazelle, hyena, black-backed and side-striped jackals, impala, bat-eared foxes, baboons, warthog, Thompson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle, waterbuck, reedbuck, hippo, crocodile, and elands

As you explore this magnificent Park, you can spend the entire day watching games. The Mara is a land of African legend: lions, elephants, giraffes, and a variety of gazelle and zebra species abound throughout the park. Cheetah, leopard, and, less frequently, rhino are also common sightings. The annual wildebeest migration, one of nature’s few remaining wildlife spectacles, takes place in the Mara from July to September, when big animals and their predators are expected to be in abundance. The reserve is home to several species of Bee-Eater, the flying rainbow that tops the list of Mara’s birds.

After breakfast, depart with a packed picnic lunch for both the morning and evening game drives in this reserve, which is essentially a northern extension of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Visit the rivers Mara and Talek, which run through the park and provide water for the animals. You will be able to see hippos and crocodiles here. The annual migration of wildebeest and zebras takes place along the Mara River. You might be lucky enough to witness the crossing and the animals’ struggle for survival as they avoid hungry crocodiles and hippos waiting to feed on them. Many members of the colorful Masai tribe may be seen in the Masai Mara. Morans (warriors) loping across the plains, young boys herding goats, or elders gathered under a tree discussing the day’s activities can be found all around the park’s boundary. A visit to a Masai boma (homestead) reveals this unique culture and way of life. (Optional)

Take an early breakfast and go on one last morning game drive. Enjoy a cool morning game drive around the park, where you’ll have a better chance of seeing the animals as they graze or hunt before the sun rises. After the game drive, check out of the camp as well as the park gate and depart for Nakuru, stopping for lunch along the way. Check in at camp and then go on an afternoon game drive to see one of the world’s largest ornithological sites, millions of greater and lesser flamingos, and over 450 bird species. You will have the opportunity to interact with a variety of wildlife, including the park’s endangered white rhino and black rhino, Columbus monkeys, leopards, giraffes, and variety of plain antelopes.

After breakfast, you will go on a morning game viewing safari in Lake Nakuru National Park to see the park’s famous flamingos as well as other water birds like pelicans, plains game like the Cape buffalo, giraffes, and baboons. After the game drive, check out of the camp and drive to Amboseli, stopping for lunch along the way. You will arrive in Amboseli late in the evening and will go on an enroute game drive to your camp for dinner and overnight.
Because it is strategically located at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, Amboseli National Park provides unparalleled views of Africa’s tallest mountain. The park’s unique natural setting provides a spectacular view and a home for the wild. This scenery includes acacia woodlands, plains, swamps, marshes, rocky thorn woods, and a dried-up lake. The Park also has large herds of African elephants, as well as lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalo, and other animals; this overnight visit allows you to go on afternoon and morning game drives in the park.

After an early morning breakfast, depart from your camp with a packed lunch for a morning and evening game drive.
During the morning game drive, you will most likely see a clear view of Mt. Kilimanjaro’s peak. You will have the opportunity to see the Big Five as well as other plains game such as wildebeest, giraffe, and antelopes. Hippos can also be found mostly along semi-permanent lakes and swamps such as Longinya. Open plains, extensive stands of yellow bucked acacia woodland, lava strewn thorny bush country, and deep valley mountains such as Namanga, Lameboti, and Elemborashe dominate the landscape. The Masai ostrich and aquatic little grapes are among the park’s birdlife. Among the many species are long-tailed cormorants, African data pelicans, and goliath purple heroin.

Take an early breakfast and spend the morning exploring the park on a final game drive. The early morning drive will allow you to observe the animals as they graze before the sun gets too hot. You might be lucky enough to see some hunting. Visit the observation hill, from which you can see Mount Kilimanjaro from afar, as well as the vast park and the animals as they graze from a high vantage point. Check out of the camp and the park gate after the game drive and depart for Nairobi. You will be driven to the airport or your hotel.


In the Price
  • Accommodation as per the itinerary
  • Meals on full board and Water during Safari
  • Road transportation in 4wd safari vehicle
  • Game drives as per the itinerary
  • Park entrance fees, concession / camping and crater service fees if applicable
  • English Speaking guides available for the safari and Chef for the camping safari packages


In the Price
  • Visit Masai Cultural Village- payments direct
  • All International Flights/local Flights + Taxes
  • Visa fees, Travel & Personal accident insurance
  • Excursions, services, and activities not mentioned in this program
  • Personal expenses e.g laundry, Drinks
  • Balloon Safari Extra Payment 599USD for Tanzania side