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.
This tour starts in the morning when you drive to Malindi (125 km or 80 miles) North or Mombasa.
This popular resort consists of hotels and a local fishing village with markets and shops in Arab/African style.
On the way you visit Gedi, an ancient ruined city that was mysteriously abandoned in the 13thCentury, overgrown by Jungle vegetation and rediscovered in this century. Visit the Butterfly musuem and snake park just next to it. (you may purchase some by products from honey rearing project such as honey, candles from honey wax). Buying these products will
In Malindi you embark on a glass-bottom boat for a tour of the Marine Park to view the colorful tropical fish and coral (Remember to bring swimming suits and beach shoes).
Lunch at a specially selected restaurant. Then a short drive out of the town drive out of the town to your hotel
Visit the Malindi falconry and Snake Park .Return to Mombasa in the evening and drop off in your hotel.
Pick up from your Hotel at 06.30am and drive South of Mombasa. Operates well from July to December seasons.
You will drive through the beautiful Landscape covered with mango trees, coconut trees, and cashew nut trees. Bananas, maize and cassava are among the staple crops cultivated in the area.
You will be met on arrival at Shimoni Jetty by the Wasini staff and transferred to the Wasini Dhow for a full day excursion with a possibility of spotting the Dolphins.
At Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park , you will be allowed to enjoy diving and Snorkelling or relax on the same Dhow.
The park is noted for its Multi-hued Coral gardens. The Coral Reefs stretch for about 4 km from Mpunguti Islands to the tiny coral Island of Kisite Itself. In addition there are more than 25 species of fish, providing divers with an incredible sight.Sail to Wasini Restaurant on the Wasini Island, for a Superb Swahili Seafood Lunch. Do not miss the Marine Theme boutique where you will be able to buy souvenirs.
Depart about 4.00PM and transfer back to your Hotel
Pick up time is normally 0900hrs but this will also depend on your hotel location. Please contact us to re-confirm.
Sight seeing includes a visit to Fort Jesus (the fortress built by the Portuguese in 1593). Today the fort houses the museum.
A short walk through the old town with its narrow twisting alleys, overhanging balconies and carved doors brings you to the harbour. The harbour is still in use and one can find some Arab Dhows operating.
A short ride through the center of Mombasa takes you to other points of interest including the market; the huge elephant’s tusks (Metal board) along the Moi Avenue.
Across the causeway, to Changamwe to Akamba wood carving industry. This is a cooperative Industry that consists of over 1,900 Members all producing great variety of woodcarvings all at very reasonable prices.
After buying the carvings you will proceed Visit the Nature Trail Sanctuary for wild animals where different species of birds and wild animals can be seen. Also found in this Man Made Aden are the giant Tortoise, Fish, snakes, Hippos, Buffaloes, Orlyx, Elands, Giraffes and other variety of wildlife. Evening drop off at your hotel.