The migration of wildebeests and zebras have now entered the Mara.Every indication shows that the stage is set for the world’s most fascinating wildlife spectacle. Herds of mainly zebras and wildebeest have crossed the border near sand river gate. They could be seen in the mornings taking their traditional route towards Roan hill, and some have already crossed the main road to the Mara river from Sekenani gate. Their movement however is slower because of the amount of grass in their way. Since April this year we have continued having intermittent rains which has made the plains covered in long green grass.
Book any of our safaris starting from Nairobi and going to Masai Mara National Reserve either by Road or Fly to Masai Mara.
Pick up at 6.00a.m from hotel drive about 100km along the Tarmac road in the direction of Nairobi. Enter the Famous Tsavo National Park, which began around the turn of the century when the Kenya-Uganda Railway and Tsavo Bridge were built.
It was then that this territory was declared to be a national Park because of its abundance of Wildlife.
Tsavo is well known for its population of Red Elephants, Buffaloes, Zebras, Giraffes, Warthogs, Waterbucks, Ostrich, Impalas and Many types of Gazelles.
Occasionally Lions and Cheetahs may be seen.
Aquatic birds will be seen at Aruba. A wide variety of animals are usually in the Vicinity of the Dam offering a good opportunity for Photographs.
Proceed to Amboseli arriving in the evening.
Dinner and overnight at Amboseli Serena Lodge / Kibo Safari Camp or similar
Early morning game drive in Amboseli National Park.
Elephants, Lions, Buffaloes, Wildebeests and different species of birds could be seen with the background of Africa’s highest Mt. Mountain.
Further game drives after breakfast enroute to Tsavo West National Park arriving in time for lunch.
Afternoon at leisure.
Evening game drive in search for the lions, leopards, Elephants among other wildlife.
Dinner and Overnight at Kilaguni Serena Lodge / Ngulia Safari Lodge or Similar