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Wings over Kenya Safari

Wings Over Kenya Safari

Day One: Arrival Nairobi
Upon your arrival at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be met at the arrival lounge by your driver guide, assisted to our tour van and thereafter transferred to your hotel for overnight
Overnight At the Nairobi Safari Club (Bed And Breakfast)

Nairobi
Nairobi, a bustling modern city, had humble beginnings as a depot for the Mombasa-Uganda railroad. Today it is the center of Kenya's government and site for many international conventions as well as the “safari capital” where most visitors begin their journey to the game parks and tribal areas of this beautiful and diverse country. The “Green City in the Sun” sits just below the equator at about 5,500 ft. above sea level and boasts one of the world's most agreeable climates.


Day Two: Nairobi – Amboseli Game Reserve

After breakfast at the hotel, you will be picked by your driver guide and transferred to the Wilson Airport where you‘ll board a 45 minute flight to Amboseli National Park. Upon arrival at the airstrip you'll be met by your camp based vehicle and proceed on a game drive en route to your camp. Upon arrival at the camp, have a look around and settle into your rooms until lunch time. Afternoon game drive will follow after lunch until sunset when you retire back to your camp for Dinner and overnight at the Tortilis Camp

Tortilis Tented Camp
Tortilis Camp is a small, intimate tented lodge offering magnificent views of Kilimanjaro from the lounge, bar and dining room. Each spacious tent has attached en-suite bathroom. King-sized beds are available and every tent has a private verandah with soothing views of the plains beyond camp. Tortilis is well known for it's delicious Italian influenced cuisine and friendly staff. Instead of the normal game drives, guests may decide to get closer to nature by going for a guided bush walks with a resident Maasai naturalist. Guests may as well decide to have a bush breakfast. A popular feature is “sundowners” on top of a nearby hill. There is a gift shop and swimming pool.

Day Three: Amboseli Game Reserve
Enjoy your day full of game drives in Amboseli Game Reserve, guided bush walks, bush breakfast and sundowner cocktails. You may opt to have your breakfast served in the camp or in the bush, go for a bush walk or the normal jeep game drive. All meals and overnight at Tortilis Camp

Amboseli Game Reserve
Amboseli Game Reserve is situated near the border of Kenya and Tanzania in the south east region of Kenya about 250 kms from Nairobi. Magnificent views of snow-capped Kilimanjaro greet visitors from anywhere in the park. The best time to see it, however, is early morning or just around sunset as it’s more than likely it will be cloaked in clouds during the day. Africa’s highest mountain erupted millions of years ago spewing volcanic rock across the plains. The park takes it’s name from the Masai word meaning “salty dust”. Year round springs which filter down from the snows and glaciers of the mountain provide an excellent source of water for the numerous species of wildlife in the park as well as habitat for water fowl. The largest elephants in Africa live here and on some mornings over 600 have been counted in the swamps where the bird life is also colourful and prolific. There are resident zebra and wildebeest as well as Thompson’s gazelle, warthog, giraffe, vervet monkeys, baboon and black-backed jackal. It's possible to arrange a visit to a nearby manyatta or Maasai village and see how these fascinating and proud people conduct their daily lives.


Day Four: Amboseli Game Reserve – Ol Pejeta Conservancy
After early breakfast at the camp, you will be transferred to the airstrip with a short game viewing en route for your schedule flight to Nairobi. Arrival at the Wilson airport and assisted to connect to your schedule flight to Nanyuki. Upon arrival at the Nanyuki airstrip, Ol Pejeta Bush Camp based vehicles will meet you and transferred to the camp with game viewing in Ol Pajeta Conservation area. Arrival at the camp affording enough time to settle before lunch is served. After lunch, depart for your afternoon game drive in the conservation area including visits to a Chimpanzee sanctuary and a rhino sanctuary as well.     Dinner and overnight at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is a traditional tented safari camp, set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in a 100,000 acre wildlife sanctuary – called Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Bush Camp’s aim is to take game-viewing and environmental knowledge to a whole new level, and is ideal for those wishing to get a bit more out of their safari. The owner-managed camp gives a unique safari experience, described by guests as ‘the real Africa’, offering interactive conservation activities, whereby guests are given the opportunity to experience modern wildlife conservation first-hand. Likewise, for those seeking a nature retreat and wishing to distance themselves from a busy schedule, rest, relaxation and independence are all equally encouraged.

Day Five: Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Enjoy your day full of game drives, guided bush walks, sundowner cocktails as well as night game drives in Ol Pejeta conservation area. All meals and overnight at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Situated between the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kenya, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy boasts an amazing variety of wildlife including all the “Big Five” (the endangered black and white rhino , leopard, elephant, buffalo and lion) as well a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees, the only one in Kenya. Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a leading “not-for-profit” wildlife conservancy in the Laikipia District of Kenya and the largest sanctuary for black rhinos in East Africa. The Conservancy works to conserve wildlife, provide a sanctuary for great apes and to generate income through wildlife tourism and complementary enterprises for re-investment in conservation and community development. All surplus internally generated revenues are used in conjunction with donor funds to support an extensive community outreach programs and to sustain conservation initiatives beyond Ol Pajeta boundaries.


Day Six: Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Masai Mara Game Reserve

After your early breakfast at the camp, you will be transferred to the airstrip for your schedule flight to The Masai Mara Game Reserve. This scenic flight will take you over the Great Rift Valley and some of the vast forests that once covered all of Western Kenya. There are a number of airstrips serving the camps and lodges in the Mara and your flight may stop at one or more of them. Upon arrival you’ll be met by camp staff and take a short game drive on the way to your camp. Lunch at the Elephant Pepper Camp followed by your afternoon game viewing until sunset. Dinner and overnight at the Elephant Pepper Camp

Elephant Pepper Camp
Leave the modern world behind, return to the traditional bush safari camp: starlit nights, campfire tales and hurricane lamps. Elephant Pepper Camp is a step back in time but with modern comforts: evenings by the campfire and dinner under the stars are a special feature of this tented camp. Situated right on the Northern Edge of the Maasai Mara reserve this 8-tented bush camp, is tucked away in a prime wildlife area. Surrounded by the Mara’s ubiquitous game, it’s a seasonal camp, which is taken down for a month or so in the rainy seasons. Elephant Pepper Camp has been designed to attract and introduce people to an authentic Masai Mara wildlife Safari Experience. Elephant Pepper Camp (originally Mara Bush Camp) offers a unique, comfortable environment and is aptly named after the Warburgia Ugandense tree, which is commonly known as the Elephant Pepper tree.


Day Seven: Masai Mara Game Reserve

Enjoy your day full of a game drive, guided bush walk, Bush breakfast & Sundowners cocktails.

All meals and overnight at the Elephant Pepper Camp

Maasai Mara National Reserve
The Mara, as it’s popularly referred to, is Kenya’s most frequented wildlife viewing area. Situated about 180 kms from Nairobi the name means “Spotted Plain” in the language of the Maasai, the colorful and interesting tribe which inhabits the surrounding areas. The Maasai have been living in harmony with nature and wildlife for centuries and it is mostly due to their beliefs and traditions that the area is still rich in wildlife. Whilst staying in the Maasai Mara, it’s possible to visit an authentic manyatta or village for insights into the culture and lifestyle of the Maasai. During the seasonal migrations, the Mara is home to up to half a million wildebeest and an equally impressive number of zebra who move into the area from neighbouring Tanzania. These large numbers of animals give rise to a proportionate number of predators, especially the big cats. Lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena roam the vast grassy plains on the lookout for their next meal. It may be an unsuspecting impala or gazelle or even something small like a warthog or African hare. Whatever the players, the spectacle of nature unfolding is always awesome. Here it’s also possible to observe; elephant, giraffe, baboon, African buffalo, eland, ostrich, bat-eared fox, jackal and sometimes the rare rhino. The rivers abound with hippos and crocodiles.

Day Eight: Masai Mara Game Reserve – Nairobi – Departure
Early wake up call with tea / coffee with biscuits. Thereafter, depart for your early morning game drive in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. After early morning game drive, you may opt to return to the camp for your full breakfast or have it served in the bush. Thereafter, return to the camp for mid morning at leisure. After lunch, you will be transferred to the airstrip for your schedule flight to Nairobi. Arrival Nairobi will be in the afternoon, met by our driver guide and transferred to the famous Carnivore Restaurant for Dinner.

Carnivore Restaurant
The Carnivore is a local 'hot spot'. It's very popular with visitors and equally frequented by Nairobi dwellers. The informal garden setting pulsates with activity as waiters go from table to table plying their wares of freshly roasted meat. There is a large daily selection, which includes ranched domestic and game meat. As you enter upon arrival, the large central bar-be-que pit is on display, there you can check the board for the selections of the day. It's "All you can eat" service and the friendly staff will not stop coming round till you lower your flag in surrender! There is also an adequate menu for vegetarians.
 


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