11 Days in Kenya

Explore Maasai Mara, Great Migration & Mombasa

11 Days in Kenya

Explore Maasai Mara, Great Migration & Mombasa

Experience a once-in-a-lifetime luxury safari in Kenya. On this exciting tour, you will be immersed in Kenya’s wildlife and irresistible charm, visiting some of the country’s most spectacular destinations and experiences. From the hustle and bustle of Nairobi’s capital to horseback riding in the wilderness and meeting the Mara people, you’ll leave with a genuine understanding of a country that is beautiful both inside and out. Finally, pay a visit to Mombasa’s picturesque coastline.

Trip Itenerary

  • Day 1: Welcome to Nairobi Kenya

    Nairobi, Kenya's capital city, serves as the country's entry point. As the country's transportation hub, the city's airports, roads, trains, and bus stations transport visitors to the aquamarine waters of the coastline, the vast Rift Valley Lake region, and wide open savannahs of the Maasai Mara or the verdant landscapes of the central highlands. The Kenyan capital, on the other hand, is well worth exploring on its own. On a clear day, the continent's largest and second-largest mountains, Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, are visible from the city.

  • Day 2 - 4: Tsavo National Park

    The vast Tsavo National Park is steeped in history, having been home to a Stone Age community that lived near the Galana River some 6,000 years ago. Later, the Orma people, who still live in parts of Kenya today, claimed this territory. A railway now divides the park into east and west sections. Both'mini-parks' provide numerous opportunities and different perspectives on the African landscape. Because of Mudanda Rock in the east and the sharp cliffs of Kitchwa Tembo in the west, rock climbing is extremely popular in Tsavo National Park. Resting climbers will come face to face with soaring birds of prey, and on a clear day, you'll be treated to spectacular views of snow-capped Kilimanjaro. experience. Mzima Springs' clear waters draw crowds of hippos, crocodiles, and vervet monkeys, while the park as a whole is teeming with wildlife, including the illustrious Big 5. Both parks cover 4% of Kenya, making it one of the largest in the world. Tsavo East's endless plains and Tsavo West's volcanic hillocks are home to maneless lions, hippos, leopards, and reddish-tinged elephants. A number of lodges are located throughout the park and provide all of the amenities that come with an African safari.

  • Day 5 - 6: Maasai Mara National Park

    The Maasai Mara National Reserve is without a doubt Kenya's most famous and revered reserve. Its vast size (it extends to and eventually joins Tanzania's Serengeti National Park) and strict anti-poaching systems have made it famous for its lion, cheetah, and leopard populations. It is also known for being a stopover point for the Great Wildebeest Migration.

  • Day 7 - 10: Mombasa Coastline

    Away from the hustle and bustle of Mombasa's busy streets, its coastline features pristine beaches lapped by calm Indian Ocean waters and historical sites. Mombasa's Coastline, which has been an important trading port for centuries, is now the canvas on which its history is painted. Arab, Asian, Portuguese, British, and Swahili influences can be found in its buildings, streets, and shoreline. Despite being absorbed by the larger city, Mombasa's Old Town allows visitors to experience Swahili culture and traditional ways of life, and truly reflects the city's multicultural nature. The streets are lined with Portuguese and Islamic architecture, and Fort Jesus, built in the late 16th century, has withstood the test of time, having been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Because of the presence of colorful coral reefs, the Mombasa Marine National Park and the waters off Nyali beach are popular snorkeling and diving destinations. A number of beach resorts dot the coastline, and water-based activities are unquestionably the order of the day. On the ocean, visitors can swim, windsurf, and sail. Those who prefer to stay on land can play golf or beach volleyball, or they can practice their poker face at a nearby casino.

  • Day 11: Departure From Nairobi



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