Day 1 & 2: Nairobi. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel in Nairobi. During your stay in Nairobi, you will have the opportunity to visit the giraffe centre and  the elephant orphanage.

Day 3: Ol Pajeta ~ 30 mins

You will be transferred to the Wilson Airport for your flight to Nanyuki where you will meet your guide and drive for (30) thirty minutes to the Sweetwater Sanctuary. During your stay here, you will visit the chimpanzees sanctuary and the rhino centre.

Days 4 & 5: Lewa Downs ~ 1.5 hrs

On this day, you will drive north to Lewa, a private wildlife conservancy. During our stay in this area, you will get chances to go hiking within the reserve and at Ol Ndare forest near the conservancy which would open our eyes to the birds, insects and plant-life that are used as medicine by the local community. Besides these hikes, Lewa is home to not only both black and white rhino, it holds the largest population of the gravy zebras which are a northern zebra and other northern flora and fauna.


From Lewa Downs, we drive further north to the arid wildlife rich and scenic area of Samburu Game Reserve. Lunch will be preceded by a short break before heading out for your afternoon game drive. For the next two days, you will be doing game drives both in the Samburu and Buffalo Springs Game Reserves.

Day 8, 9, 10 & 11: Samburu – Masai Mara ~ 2 hours of flying

Our next destination will be the world famous Masai Mara. For the next four days, we will traverse this wildlife rich reserve covering as many parts as we would to sample some of the best wildlife and scenic lands.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is world famous for its great herds of wild game. All animals found in Kenya among the “big five” are found here. For the next 4 days we will be doing morning and afternoon game drives. While here you can visit the Masai villages or take a balloon ride (extra cost). On top of its elephants, lions, cheetahs and other wildlife, the Mara provides the opportunity for witnessing the Great Wildebeest Migration.

During our time in this unique reserve will be staying at two different
areas/ camps. This will give us a chance to experience the private part of the Masai Mara and general Masai Mara. Our second camp is set at the banks of Mara River and this will enable us have a quick access to the river during the great wildebeest migration.

NB: While in the Mara, you might consider taking the balloon ride. This is a one hour flight that ends with Champaign breakfast at the plains of the Masai Mara, they fill up pretty fast so early bookings advised. (Extra)

Day 12 & 13: Masai Mara-Amboseli ~ 2 hours of flight time

From Masai Mara, we fly to Amboseli National Park for two days of game drives. Amboseli National Park is most famous for its elephant herds and is located in the foothills of Africa’s highest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania. The Park covers 392 and is part of the 3,000 Amboseli ecosystem.

Day 14: Amboseli – Nairobi ~ 5 hours*

After an early breakfast, depart for Mbitini Village to see the projects that are supported by Kinengo Initiative, Kinengo Trust is education, health/ sanitation and empowerment focused organization. It is registered under the Non-Governmental Organizations Coordination Act as part of the larger efforts to provide alternative and tenable interventions for the plight of children, women and men in difficult circumstances. Some of these projects include village schools, a new well to provide sustainable, clean water and upgrades to the community run clinic. From the village we head back to Nairobi to connect your flights to your next destination.


  • All airport transfers Kenya
  • Activities in Nairobi
  • Transportation while on safari in Kenya will be 4 x 4 land cruiser* In Samburu we will have exclusive us of the vehicle but will try and ask for exclusive where the camps are not full. Reason is that in some camps they prefer to have less vehicles running in the conservancy.
  • Vehicles equipped with photographic roof hatch, sliding windows, ice chest and while at the conservancy, open sided vehicles.
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary;
  • Accommodations as specified in the itinerary;
  • Local flights in Kenya
  • All park/ reserve/ conservation entrance fees;
  • Flying Doctors’ Insurance – within a radius of 1000 kms from the Wilson Airport in Nairobi (includes one free medical emergency air ambulance evacuation to the nearest medical center. It, however, does not cover any
    medical bills).
  • Laundry and drinks in most of the camps apart from Elephant Bedroom in Samburu


  1. Tips to safari Driver/ Guides and camp staff.
  2. Meals outside of those specified in the itinerary;
  3. Passport and visa fees;
  4.  International flights to and from Kenya
  5. All items of a personal nature such as laundry*, telephone calls, drinks*, etc.


The right is reserved to change any route or arrangements should conditions so necessitate, to offer substitutes of equal value, or to cancel the operation of any scheduled tour. The right is also reserved to decline to accept or retain any person as a member of any tour at any time, in which event an equitable amount will be refunded.


Wilderness Zones strongly advises participants to purchase travel protection insurance. Due to unexpected events, illness, and emergencies, Participants risk losing all or part of their travel investment. In the absence of travel protection insurance, Participants are not covered for any losses sustained in addition to tour costs, such as medical expenses, baggage loss, and death benefits. There are a number of policies available, varying in the extent and type of coverage, as well as the cost. Typically, the policies do not cover losses incurred due to civil disturbances, war, terrorism, or insolvency of tour operator. Participants are not required to purchase this or any other travel protection insurance in order to participate in the tour package, but again, such coverage is strongly recommended for the reasons stated above.