A combination of a safari on the plains of the Maasai Mara followed by some time relaxing on a deserted Indian Ocean beach is an iconic Kenyan experience and one not to be missed. This trip takes you from the game-rich Ol Kinyei Conservancy in the Maasai Mara up to the golden sands of Lamu Island where you will be able to enjoy the stunning views out to sea.
The first night of the trip will be spent in the Nairobi National Park which is found close to Nairobi Airport. From there you will proceed by road down to the Maasai Mara where a wonderful safari adventure awaits you. The area is very well known for good sightings of lion, leopard and elephant, whilst the herds of the Great Migration congregate on the banks of the Mara River not far to the South.
From the Mara you will head back up to Nairobi for a light aircraft flight North to the beautifully isolated Lamu Archipelago where you will be able to relax, snorkel in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and enjoy a variety of watersports. The food, especially the seafood, is very good here and it makes for a great spot to unwind after a busy few days on safari.
*Please note, the above price is per person, based on two persons sharing a twin or double room and travelling between the 1st July 2017 and 31st October 2017
Enjoy a night in the Nairobi National Park
Watch lion stalking their prey on the plains of the Maasai Mara
Spend time searching for the herds of the Great Migration
Relax on deserted white sand beaches
Try your hand at a variety of watersports
1 night Nairobi Tented Camp
3 nights Porini Bush Camp
5 nights The Majlis
9 nights’ accommodation, 4 in traditional safari camps and 5 in a beach hotel
9 breakfasts, 9 lunches and 9 dinners
Beers, wines, gin & tonic and soft drinks when on safari
Private road transfers as indicated
2 scheduled light aircraft flights (luggage restrictions apply)
Boat transfers between Lamu Airport and hotel
Shared safari activities
Park and conservation fees
Do you have a never ending desire to explore the beauty of the African nature? Do you want to get in close contact with the wildness we all came from? When it comes to the African continent, choosing a place to go to might become a never-ending story, wherever you go, exotic is the word to describe the atmosphere. I have chosen a few places which every tourist keen on photography must visit. Be ready to get unforgettable impressions and unfathomable thrill and make sure to take a photo, it will last longer! (hehe)