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Kenya & Tanzania Photo Safari

Visiting  Arusha, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Ndutu, Laikipia, Masai Mara, Nairobi

A safari beneath the southern night sky at some of the most renowned game parks in all of Africa.  This safari recaptures the era of Ernest Hemingway and Theodore Roosevelt camping under the stars with the sounds of Africa providing the lullaby.

We start in Arusha where we will meet around the cozy fireplace in the dining room at the Arusha Coffee Lodge for our safari briefing. Early the next morning we depart for Lake Manyara for a game drive and picnic lunch. Afterwards, we head to the Karatu area of the Ngorongoro Highlands for our two night stay at the Ngorongoro Farm House. This lodge is one of my personal favorites! The grounds are incredibly beautiful with each bungalow having far-reaching views of the emerald green countryside that surrounds it. On our second day at the lodge, at the break of dawn, we depart for a full day of game-viewing in the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater.

The next three days will be spent in Ndutu, in the southern plains of the Serengeti. This is the place where photographers, naturalists, and biologists have been coming to for decades! This time of year is very special for it is considered by many as “the greatest wildlife show on earth!” From November to May, migratory herds visit the Ndutu area and provide a feast for the resident predators. The lakes attract flocks of flamingos and other water birds. Everywhere you turn, the wildlife viewing is excellent!

From the wilds of the Serengeti, we head back to Arusha for our short flight back to Nairobi. After a restful night at the House of Waine in Karen, we depart early the next morning for Nanyuki where drivers will be waiting to take us to Ol Pejeta Bush Camp. Underneath the watchful eye of Mount Kenya, you will discover the unspoiled wilderness of Ol Pejeta Conervancy, famous for the largest black rhino sanctuary in the whole of East Africa.

Last, but not least, is my favorite camp in the Mara – Little Governor’s Camp! Set inside the Masai Mara National Reserve, Little Governor’s Camp is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The guest tents have recently been renovated and now have great wooden decks with large verandahs for guests to enjoy the constant game activity in and around camp.

 

SAFARI HIGHLIGHTS:

  • A full day in the Ngorongoro Crater. Within the walls of the world’s largest unbroken volcanic cadera is the densest concentration of wildlife in Africa – the Ngorongoro Crater.

  • A game drive in Lake Manyara, home of the tree-climbing lions.

  • Three full days of game viewing at Lake Masek Tented Camp in Ndutu. Named for the lake it overlooks, this camp is located just south of the border of southern Serengeti National Park and northwest Ngorongoro Conservation area. This area, known as Ndutu, sees the wildebeest migration pass through in the earlier part of the year (typically December to April). There is also a good population of resident wildlife found there, including cheetah, which are regularly spotted.

  • Two full days of game viewing in the Masai Mara Game Reserve during your stay at Little Governor’s Camp, a luxury tented camp situated in the heart of the Reserve. At Little Governors’ special care has been taken to preserve an atmosphere which today’s traveler can share the same elemental landscape that inspired Hemingway and magnetized adventurers the world over.

  • Two days at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. This owner-managed camp will give you a unique safari experience, described by guests as “the real Africa.”

  • And…before, after, and in between your luxury safari, included are stays at the House of Waine and Arusha Coffee Lodge, where you will have time to relax, reflect, and be pampered.

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ITINERARY

Personally escorted by Denise Bonnell

 

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

Day 1

ARRIVE NAIROBI

Jambo!  Welcome to Kenya.  On arrival today, you will be met and transferred to the House of Waine.

The House of Waine is an 11 bedroom luxury boutique hotel situated on 2.5 acres that blends the elegance of gracious living with the spirit of modern Africa in an exclusive and serene setting.  This property is a family owned and run property and this is reflected in the name Waine which is made up of the initials of the family members.  Originally a family house, it was lovingly converted to a boutique hotel and eventually opened in 2004. The interior design takes its cue from the Matriarch of the family and is imbued with a timeless elegance much like her.  Each of the 11 spacious rooms is individually styled and their names reflect the different themes.   All of the large marble bathrooms are filled with natural light from the large windows.

HOUSE OF WAINE

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania  Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania                     Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania  Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania                     Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania  Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania                     Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

 Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania  Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania                     Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

 Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania  Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania                     Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Day 2 Feb 6  NAIROBI–KILIMANJARO/
ARUSHA

This morning, a light aircraft flight takes you to Arusha, where you will be met and transferred to the Arusha Coffee Lodge.  The remainder of the day is at leisure.

Arusha Coffee Lodge is set in the outskirts of Arusha, hidden amongst one of Tanzania’s largest coffee plantations, a perfect haven for relaxation either before or after your safari.

Comprised of 30 Plantation Houses that radiate out into the evergreen coffee fields, Arusha Coffee Lodge has been designed around the original landowner’s home that dates back to the early 1900’s.  The theme of coffee is never far away at Arusha Coffee Lodge, reflecting in the colors and textures of the delightfully comfortable accommodations with beautifully appointed en suite bathrooms.

The homey feel of the Lodge is by no means accidental as the origins of the homestead continue to emit glimpses of times gone by.  The friendly and personable staff help create an ambiance that continues to draw appreciation from all of those who visit and stay.

Within the main Plantation house there is an ‘a la carte’ restaurant, an intimate bar and cozy lounge, all of which possess inviting open log fires that will fill the cool night air with comforting warmth and a welcoming glow.  With an enclosed and intimate swimming pool and a popular garden terrace, Arusha Coffee Lodge encourages exploration and discovery at every turn.

ARUSHA COFFEE LODGE

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Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania  Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania                     Arusha Coffee Lodge, Tanzania

Day 3 – Feb 7      ARUSHA/LAKE MANYARA/

NGORONGORO

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania  Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya                   Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania  Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya                   Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania  Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya                   Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania  Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya                   Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania  Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya                   Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania 

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Leave Arusha this morning and drive to Lake Manyara, stopping for a game drive and picnic lunch.

The first view of Manyara is spectacular.  From the east, the Rift Valley wall rises several hundred meters to form an impressive backdrop to the lake. From the west, if one is perched on the top of the escarpment, the park lies far below with a long green strip of water that glistens in the sunlight.  The vegetation around the lake’s shore is surprisingly varied and comprises of mostly forest, acacia woodland, and open grassland.  The park covers an area of 128 sq. miles of which about 80 sq. miles is the lake itself.  You can always find hippo in the Simba River, elephant in the forests, and a resident herd of Cape buffalo on the open plains at Mahali Pa Nyati, which means “the place of the buffalo” in Swahili.

Lake Manyara National Park was once one of the most popular hunting areas in Tanzania.  It features large concentrations of elephant and buffalo.  Other wildlife includes common waterbuck, Maasai giraffe, zebra, impala, baboons, and blue monkeys.  Baobab trees grow throughout the park and during the drive you might see baobab trees hosting parties of monkeys while elephants watch from below in the shade. Hippos wallow in the rainwater pools near the lake and lions lounge in the branches of flat-topped acacia trees.  If you are lucky you may also see lions resting in the branches of huge fig trees.

Bird lovers will delight in the more than 400 species including white-breasted cormorant, red-billed oxpecker, African spoonbill, lesser flamingo, white pelican, grey-headed gull, wood sandpiper, black-winged stilt, white-faced duck, white-crowned plover, blacksmith plover, avocet, painted snipe and sacred ibis to name just a few!

Leave Manyara and climb into the highlands, arriving at Ngorongoro Farm House.

Located near Karatu town on the Great Rift Valley’s eastern branch, the “Farm House” features spacious open rooms with glorious views of the surrounding farmland making it one of the most peaceful accommodations near the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.  The large bungalows have private verandas facing the Rift Valley and all have en suite bathrooms.  Meals include organic vegetables grown in the property’s gardens.

NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE                                       (BLD)

Ngorongoro Farm House, Tanzania

Ngorongoro Farm House, Kenya

Day 4

NGORONGORO CRATER

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, Kenya

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, Kenya

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, Kenya

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, Kenya

A brief morning drive brings you to Ngorongoro Crater.  The Ngorongoro Conservation Area covers more than 8,200 square kilometers which includes the Serengeti plains and Ngorongoro Crater.  It was established in 1959 and was designated a World Heritage Site in 1979.  The purpose of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is to promote the peaceful co-existence of humans and wildlife in a natural and traditional setting and is the only site in the world that has a high concentration of wildlife living in harmony with human communities.

The flagship of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the Ngorongoro Crater.  The sixth largest unbroken caldera in the world, Ngorongoro Crater has a depth of about 610 meters with a base of about 260 square kilometers – making the original height of the volcano somewhere between 4,500 to 5,800 meters high.

Descend to the crater floor to spend the day game viewing.  More than 25,000 animals live in the crater including black rhino and healthy populations of elephants, buffalos, spotted hyenas, rare wild dogs, lions, cheetahs, and many more.  More than 500 species of birds have been recorded in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area including white pelican and greater and lesser flamingos.

For lunch, enjoy a picnic next to one of the hippo pools on the crater floor.  Afterwards, continue with the game drive throughout the various ecosystems of the crater, including woodland filled with zebra and baboon, plains that support scavenging hyena, and a lake that is sometimes tinted pink with greater and lesser flamingos.

NGORONGORO FARM HOUSE                          (BLD)

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, Kenya

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater, Kenya

Day 5

SOUTHERN SERENGETI/NDUTU

Leave Ngorongoro this morning and game drive into the Ndutu Area/southern Serengeti, stopping for a picnic lunch enroute.  Arrive at the Lake Masek Tented Camp late this afternoon.

Lake Masek Tented Camp enjoys a prime location for viewing the Great Migration which settles into this area from December through March/April.  Technically located within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and considered part of the Serengeti, this is one of the few areas in northern Tanzania's wildlife parks where vehicles can go off-road and get closer to animal sightings – making it a particularly good spot for photographers.

The camp has 20 spacious tents, all with double or triple beds.  The tents have en suite bathrooms, baths, and an outside shower.  Each tent is set up on a wooden platform and has its own private terrace from where one can observe the different wildlife which visits the lake in search of water.

LAKE MASEK TENTED CAMP                                    (BLD)

 

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania  Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania           Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania  Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania          Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

  Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania  Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania           Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania  Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania           Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania  Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania           Lake Masek Tented Camp, Tanzania

Day 6

NDUTU

Day 7

NDUTU

Game drive

Tanzania

African safari elephant

Tanzania

African safari elephant

Tanzania

Serengeti Sunset

Tanzania

Hippo grazing - Tanzania safari

Tanzania

Spend the morning and afternoon game viewing each day.

Game viewing in the Serengeti is never disappointing, as the park has one of the highest concentrations of game in Tanzania. Plains game like Coke's hartebeest, Thomson's gazelle and Grant's gazelle are plentiful. So too are buffalo and wildebeests. Wildebeests sometimes bear the brunt of jokes because of their "funny looking" appearance. Some say the wildebeest was made of spare parts. But it has adapted well to the environment and the sheer number of wildebeests on the plains will amaze you.

Thanks to the large food supply provided by the plains game, the big cats are also found in large numbers. Cheetahs love the kopjes as they provide excellent vantage points for spotting prey. If you are lucky you might spot the fringe-eared oryx or the shy klipspringer. Watch the rocks for the rock hyrax...the closest relative to the elephant! Bird lovers will be busy checking off species from their list. Look for the Ruppell's longtailed starling, Griffon vulture, kori bustard, ostrich and the colorful lilac-breasted roller - to name just a few.

LAKE MASEK TENTED CAMP                                        (BLD)

Cheetah - Tanzania safari

Tanzania

Lion on termite mount (African safari animals)

Tanzania

Zebras greeting one another - Tanzania safari

Tanzania

Day 8

NDUTU/NAIROBI

Bid farewell to the Serengeti this morning, as your light aircraft flight takes you via Kilimanjaro today to Nairobi, where you will be met and escorted to the House of Waine, where the afternoon is at leisure.

In the afternoon, perhaps you will want to visit Giraffe Centre, which is located in Langata, approximately 3 kilometers from the House of Waine.  Giraffe Centre is the creation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife (AFEW).  It was established in order to protect the endangered Rothschild giraffe, Giraffa Camelopardalis Rothschild, which is found only in the grasslands of East Africa.

Also, not far from the House of Waine, is the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.  This wildlife conservation charity was founded in 1977 in memory of David Sheldrick by his widow Dame Daphne Sheldrick.  It assists and advises the Kenya Wildlife Service and manages an orphanage for elephants and rhinos.  One can adopt an orphaned elephant at a cost of USD 50 per year upon prior booking.  Foster parents can visit the DSWT at 5:00 pm. every day.

Two other places you might want to visit during your stay at the House of Waine is the Karen Blixen Museum and Kasuri Beads Factory.  Both are very close to the House of Waine. 

The museum was the African home of Danish author Karen Blixen, famous for her book “Out of Africa” which chronicles life at the estate.

Kazuri Beads Factory is located approximately 1 km from the House of Waine and is  close to the Karen Blixen Museum.  Originally founded by the late Lady Susan Wood in 1975, employment was created for struggling single mothers in the community.   Kazuri is still located in its original setting in Karen and has now employed over 350 local women.  Kazuri Beads specializes in handmade ceramic beads, pottery. and genuine leather bags.

HOUSE OF WAINE                                                              (B)

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

House of Waine, Kenya

Day 9

NAIROBI-OL PEJETA

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Today, a light aircraft will take you to Nanyuki where vehicles from Ol Pejeta Bush Camp will be waiting at the airstrip to take you into camp.

On the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in Central Kenya’s Laikipia region is Alex Hunter’s Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, the ultimate in Kenyan hospitality and safari excellence.

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp embodies the authentic safari experience: traditional yet very comfortable.  Guests often describe their stay here as “the real Africa.”

Alex Hunter welcomes guests to his tranquil safari home and offers an outstanding wildlife and guiding experience which includes walking, environmental knowledge, and insights into the work of this pioneering wildlife conservancy.

Ol Pejeta is 100,000 acres, and has the highest density of resident wildlife of anywhere in Kenya, with the biggest population of Black and White rhino in East Africa. This is big cat,  elephant and  buffalo  territory, plus other rare and unusual species: Northern White rhino, Jackson’s hartebeest, Grevy’s zebra, Beisa oryx, and over 200 species of resident and migratory birds.  Ol Pejeta also hosts Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, a Jane Goodall project unique in Kenya.

OL PEJETA BUSH CAMP                                       (BLD)

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Day 10

OL PEJETA

Spend your day game viewing as well as relaxing in camp.

Ol Pejeta’s six traditional East African safari tents offer an excellent base from which to explore the secrets of this renowned conservancy – from the pioneering conservation projects that have made it famous to spectacular sightings of black and white rhino and the Big Five.  Perfectly spaced along the Ewaso Nyiro River, the six traditional safari tents at Ol Pejeta are charming and full of character.  All tents come complete with rechargeable solar lights and en- suite bathrooms.  Individual verandas provide the perfect spot to relax between game drives.  Watch animals come and go along the river bank.

Game viewing at the conservancy reveals a wide array of animals and bird life.  Take a game walk with an experienced ranger, or spend time with the researchers who track lions in the conservancy.  In the evening, using a powerful spotlight, your rangers will help you discover the nocturnal species of the bush.  

OL PEJETA BUSH CAMP                                                (BLD)

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Kenya

Day 11

OL PEJETA/MASAI MARA

After breakfast, transfer tothe airport for your light aircraft flight to the Masai Mara Game Reserve.

 Set inside the Masai Mara National Reserve, Little Governor’s Camp is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife.  The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest.  Vehicles are left on the far side of the river bank to keep the camp quiet and undisturbed.  The guest tents at Little Governor’s Camp have recently been renovated so now have great wooden decks with large verandahs for guests to enjoy the constant game activity that takes place around the watering hole in front of camp.  

The guest tents at Little Governor’s Camp are all tucked into the edge of the forest overlooking a natural marsh frequented by many animals.  Each one is spacious with an en-suite bathroom.  All have polished wooden decks which is a wonderful place to relax in between game drives.

Breakfast and lunch are served in the open air with the resident warthogs wandering amongst the tables.  Since all Governor’s properties are unfenced and in the heart of the Reserve, elephants may also stroll through camp.  At night hippos come out of the marsh to munch on the grass beside the tents.  In the evening a warm campfire burns in front of the Bar and Lounge area and dinner is served in the nearby Dining tent. 

 

Afternoon Game Drive.

LITTLE GOVERNOR'S CAMP                                        (BLD)

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Little Governor's Camp, Kenya

Day 12

MASAI MARA

Enjoy a full day of game viewing in the Mara.

Because of the Mara’s varied landscape (from forests to open plains), it supports a great variety of wildlife. You will almost certainly see the Big Five here - can you name them? (They are lion, buffalo, elephant, leopard and rhino.) Did you know that the name "Big Five" is not based on the size of the animals, but rather goes back to the early hunting days, when these five animals were the most prized for hunters? You will also see an abundance of plains game, among them wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, topi and gazelle. Can you tell the difference between a Masai giraffe and a reticulated giraffe? (The markings of a Masai giraffe are muted, so that the lines almost appear to run together, while the reticulated giraffe markings are very distinct, almost forming individual boxes.)

Bird-lovers take note -- the Mara is also a haven for a wide variety of birds -- almost 500 species have been recorded. Be on the lookout for eagles -- over 16 species may be found, as well as six species of vultures, 8 of stork, 4 of bustard (including the Kori bustard) and nine species of sunbird. Frequently spotted is the exquisite lilac-breasted roller.

LITTLE GOVERNOR'S CAMP                                                                                                                                            (BLD)

Day 13

MASAI MARA/DEPART

Your light aircraft flight brings you back to Nairobi today.  Transfer to the House of Waine where your day room will be waiting for you.  Enjoy a three-course lunch and time to relax before departing from the House of Waine to Jomo Kenyatta Airport for your departure flight this evening.

HOUSE OF WAINE                                                                                                                                                                 (BL)

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COST INCLUDES:

  • Arrival and departure transfers in Nairobi by luxury Safari Vehicles.

  • Transfers at Ol Pejeta and Governors Camp by private camp vehicles.

  • Deluxe accommodations with private facilities.

  • Ol Pejeta Bush Camp includes all drinks except champagne, cellar wines and premium brand spirits; scheduled day and night game drives; guided walks; sundowners and laundry.

  • Lake Masek Tented Camp includes mineral water, soft drinks, house wine, and house spirits (except for champagne).

  • Full breakfast daily; lunches and dinners daily as outlined in the itinerary by B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, and D=Dinner.

  • Light aircraft flights – Nairobi-Kilimanjaro-Arusha; Seronera-Kilimanjaro-Nairobi; Nanyuki-Masai Mara-Nairobi.

  • Private 4WD Safari Vehicles in Tanzania from Arusha-Lake Manyara-Ngorongoro-Ndtu with maximum 6 passengers per vehicle.

  • All game viewing at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp and Little Governors by camp 4WD vehicles based on a private basis and on a maximum of 6 passengers per vehicle.

  • All park, entry fees, and hotel taxes.

  • Customized Itinerary Booklet, small UTG travel bag, and Take Me With You Kit

 

COST DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • Visa and passport fees.

  • Any airfare not specifically indicated in the “Cost Includes’ section.

  • Items of a personal nature such as beverages, laundry, phone calls and meals not specified in the itinerary.

  • Gratuities to driver/guides

  • Tips to porter, wait staff or hotel staff.

  • Optional Travel Insurance (Trip Cancellation/Trip Interruption).

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