Kenya is Africa's most popular safari destination and its capital Nairobi is East Africa's economic hub. For first-time visitors, the huge variety of things to do gives a lifetime experience. Wildlife, of course, is top on the list. During the Great Migration in Maasai Mara experience throngs of wildebeest thundering across the savanna. At Amboseli come in eye-to-eye contact with the elephant or marvel at Lake Nakuru flecked with thousands of flamingoes. In the sun-soaked lands, ancient tribes maintain their traditional customs and live in relative harmony with the natural world.
On arrival into Nairobi meet and greet service representative who will assist you in clearing of customs and immigration. Thereafter you will be transferred to the hotel privately. During the noon enjoy the day at leisure. You can also plan to visit Giraffe Centre- an amazing place to visit for the first wildlife encounter.
Pet a Giraffe? Check. Kiss a Giraffe? Check. At the Giraffe Center you are able to site on top of a platform and stand eye to eye with the Giraffes. You are given small pellets to feed the Giraffes and there are unlimited refills. Opening Hours: 9.00 am to 5.30 pm 7 days a week
After the breakfast in the morning, you will be picked up from your Nairobi hotel drive to Masai Mara through The Great African Rift Valley- a significant physical feature on the earth that it is clearly visible from space and Narok Town. Narok Town situated in Kenya along the Great Rift Valley is the largest contributor to the county’s economy as it hosts the Maasai Mara National Reserve famously known as the seventh wonder of the world for the annual wildebeest migration.
You will arrive in time for lunch. Check in at any of the camps and have lunch. Afternoon game drive through the park in search of the Lion, Cheetah, Elephant, Buffalo and other members of the Big five plus a visit to Mara river.
Later dine in at famous restaurant and spend overnight in the camp.
Have a scrumptious breakfast and set out to spend the day in Masai Mara. The Masai Mara National Reserve has fenceless borders with a number of private conservancies, including Tanzania's Serengeti National Park. This vast protected landscape is one of the top wildlife destinations in Africa, and Kenya's flagship conservation area.
Game viewing in the Masai Mara is excellent all year around thanks to the diverse population of resident game, including the Big 5 – lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino – plus popular species like zebra, giraffe, hyena, eland and gazelle. The Mara’s big cats are even the stars of a popular wildlife TV series.
Game drives are flexible so you can choose to have early morning and late afternoon game drives. You will also have the option of visiting a local Masai village
As the day ends, treat your taste buds to finger licking delicious food and head back to the hotel to spend overnight in the comfort of your bed.
Early Morning breakfast at your hotel check out of the hotel and drive back to Nairobi Wilson airport (approximately 1 hour). Here board the flight to onwards destination or back to India with memories which will last a life time.