6 Days Karibu Kenya Luxury Safari Tour


  • Visit Amboseli national park, famous for large herds of jumbo elephants
  • Admire the stunning landscapes of the Great Rift Valley
  • Experience boat ride and see hippos along with various birdlife on the fresh water of Lake Naivasha,
  • Explore the world-renowned Masai Mara game reserve which is home to the Big 5 and the great migration of millions of wildebeest and zebras


This Kenya Luxury safari is handpicked to suit those who want to experience Kenya’s top highlight destinations to spot the Big Cats. The tour begins in one of the southern national parks in Kenya safari route : - Amboseli national park which is famous for its large herds of jumbo elephants, which often pose with Kilimanjaro the tallest mountain in Africa at its backyard. The park is as flat as a pancake which holds Lake Amboseli, the climate is dry and the vegetation is sparse, which makes it very easy to spot the wildlife all year round . From Amboseli, you drive through the stunning landscapes of the Great Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha, which is known for the popular boat ride on the fresh water to see hippos and various birdlife. The tour will culminate at the world-renowned Masai Mara game reserve which is home to the Big 5 and the great migration of millions of wildebeest and zebras from the Serengeti ecosystem . There is also the opportunity to visit the tall, red-clad Masai in their villages at extra .

  • Day 1 - Nairobi - Amboseli National Park

    On your arrival in Kenya, meet and greet by Exciting Africa Holidays representative, after briefing you will drive south towards Amboseli National Park. Depending on arrival time in Nairobi, you will either eat lunch on the way to Amboseli or upon your arrival at your lodge in Amboseli. If there’s time, the first game drive awaits you this afternoon.Dinner and overnight at Kibo Safari Camp

  • Day 2 - Amboseli National Park

    Amboseli National Park might be one of Kenya’s smallest national parks, but great experiences await you here. One of the most classic images of Africa is the photo of a large herd of elephants in the middle of the savannah with Mt Kilimanjaro in the background. Then you know you’re in Africa! Ideally, get up early today and enjoy the sunrise – the mountain is often clearest at daybreak. The elephants are the reason the park is so famous. You’d be hard-pressed to find bigger elephants – with bigger tusks – anywhere else in Africa. The sparse vegetation in the park also makes it easier to spot the animals here than elsewhere. The park also offers a profusion of birds. You have a packed lunch with you today, which allows you to spend the whole day in the park – lunch is usually eaten on top of a small mound, which affords a phenomenal view of both the swampy and bone-dry areas of Amboseli.Dinner and overnight at Kibo Safari camp

  • Day 3 - Amboseli - Lake Naivasha

    A new day of experiences awaits… From the flatness of Amboseli, you now head north to the hilly landscape of the Great Rift Valley. Lake Naivasha is today’s goal. Along the way, there will be time for a break somewhere where you can have lunch, and there will also be the opportunity to take a photo or two of the views of the Great Rift Valley. Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake located at the highest point of the Great Rift Valley, 1,890 metres above sea level. A boat trip on the lake is one of the main highlights here. The area is famous for its hippos, giraffes, waterbucks, vervet monkeys and profusion of birds, both sedentary and migratory.Dinner and overnight at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge

  • Day 4 - Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara National Reserve

    After breakfast, a drive to Masai Mara awaits you. The traffic in Kenya can be unpredictable, so most of the day is spent on getting there. Sit back in your seat, have your favourite snack with you, listen to an audio book or some music and enjoy the sight of Kenya passing by outside. Bear in mind that there is Wi-Fi and power in the car, so you can also take the opportunity to make your friends and loved ones at home jealous with a couple of holiday snaps. First, you will pass the old Longnot volcano, from which you head west into Masai country. Here, you will see lots of men dressed in bright red costumes. The Masai have no tradition of cultivating the soil. They have cattle, which graze between the giraffes, zebras and other savannah herbivores. You drive through local villages, which are a hive of trading, and in many places, the villagers will wave eagerly to the passengers in the cars. A short stop is made in Narok, the capital of the Masai, before continuing to Masai Mara. As the villages thin out, the number of wild animals increases. You also have the option of visiting a Masai village. This should be arranged with the guide on the safari. It costs 25 USD per person (not included in the price of the holiday) and this is paid directly to the Masai people. Dinner and overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge or Similar

  • Day 5 - Masai Mara Full Day Game Drive

    Today, you’re going on a full-day game drive in Masai Mara game reserve, the Kenyan part of the vast Serengeti ecosystem and, in the rainy season, home to probably the world’s largest concentration of wildlife. Masai Mara needs no further introduction. On the mighty plains, you will encounter large herds of elephants, wildebeest, zebras, hippos, giraffes, gazelles and other herbivorous prey of the hunting lions, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs. You will get right up close to a host of animals, which you experience from the protection of the Land Cruiser. From July to October, you can experience the 1,200 km long migration of more than one million wildebeest along with a couple of hundred thousand zebras plus countless Thompson gazelles. It is during this migration that many gazelles fall victim to the huge Nile crocodiles when crossing the Mara River. Why not experience the Savannah as the sun rises – from a hot air balloon? Dinner and overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge or Similar

  • Day 6 - Masai Mara – Nairobi

    After breakfast, you leave Masai Mara’s amazing wildlife and drive to Nairobi, a drive through the spectacular Great Rift Valley via the town of Narok. After lunch, you will continue to the airport, from which the journey home starts with stopover(s) on the way. You can also choose to purchase two extra nights in Nairobi with a full day excursion, where you will experience some of the highlights that Nairobi has to offer such as the elephant orphanage and [the Danish author] Karen Blixen’s former home.

  • Transport in safari Min-van or 4x4 with hatch roof.
  • Accommodation as per itinerary
  • All meals (B L D)
  • Services of our Professional Guide/Driver
  • All park entrance fees
  • All game drives
  • Boat ride in Naivasha
  • Statutory taxes
  • International Flight Tickets
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance
  • Visa
  • Hot air balloon usd $ 400 pp
  • Boat ride in Naivasha
  • Tips & porterage
  • Masai Village visit usd $ 20 pp

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