8 Days Kenya Safari – A Week of Luxury Adventure

he eight-day guided Kenya Safari Tour takes guests to the famous Maasai Mara exploring the untamed wildlife of East Africa while staying in luxurious accommodation of The Safari Collection properties.

During this fantastic eight-day Kenyan wilderness journey, guests will fly to the highlands of northern Kenya, admire rhinos and many other animals, enjoy the luxury of the chalets and tented camps participate in thrilling outdoor activities such as trekking, hot air balloon safaris and horse riding.

Kenya’s wildlife-rich Maasai Mara is explored during exciting safari drives before spending the last night in the legendary Giraffe Manor in Nairobi.

Luxurious accommodation in The Safari Collection properties
Amazing wildlife experiences
Delicious meals and beverages
Unforgettable activities
Fascinating nature and landscapes of East Africa.
8 Days – 7 Nights from Samburu to Nairobi in Kenya
Savings Season from US$ 5,400.00 per person sharing (subject to availability and change)
High Season from US$ 6,700.00 per person sharing (subject to availability and change)
The above price is based on two guests travelling sharing a suite and is based on seven nights on a full board basis, including all internal scheduled flights and transfers from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. The price is correct to the best of our knowledge, but is intended to be a guide price and is subject to change at the time of confirmation.

Day 1/2: Sasaab, Samburu
Day 3/4: Solio Lodge
Day 5/6: Sala’s Camp, Masai Mara
Day 7: Giraffe Manor, Nairobi
Full board accommodation
Scheduled internal flights
All transport between destinations and to/from activities incl. 4×4 safari vehicles.
Park and conservation fees
Activities’ including safari drives, sundowners, bush picnics
Horse riding and mountain biking at Solio Lodge, camel riding and walking at Sasaab.
This guided tour is suitable for:
Families with small children
Nature lovers.
Best time to travel
Kenya in East Africa is an ideal all year round safari destination. During November, April and May the Mara receive a lot of rainfall. From January to March and late June through to October, when it is dry, wildlife tends to congregate around permanent water sources. During the wet season, animals disperse across the regions and are harder to find in the bushveld.

Detailed Itinerary
Day 1 and 2: Travellers are met at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and are taken to the Wilson Airport for a 1hr 20min flight to Samburu. On arrival, guests will be transferred to Sasaab in time for lunch.

Accommodation: Sasaab Lodge

Day 3 and 4: From the Sasaab airstrip, it is a 20min private charter flight to Solio Lodge. Solio Lodge, in the north of Kenya, provides many exciting activities. Guests have the choice of horse riding, trekking and trout fishing in the Aberdare National Park and fantastic views of Mount Kenya from the lodge or a helicopter. Many black and white rhinoceros are found on the Game Reserve as well as big cats, other wildlife and indigenous exotic birds.

Accommodation: Solio Lodge

Day 5 and 6: Drive to nearby Nanyuki, shortly after breakfast, to fly to the Maasai Mara where Sala’s Camp awaits, with a safari drive en-route. Guests explore the Maasai Mara National Park, Africa’s most famous safari region, during the exciting safari drive. The drives are during the early morning and late in the evening to witness animals at their busiest. Guests can book a bush lunch and head further into the Mara to find the wildlife in the most remote corners of the National Park. Back at the Camp, you can take local walks, play volleyball or just relax and enjoy the view from the hammock outside your tent. Evening drives accompanied by sun-downers ends a perfect day.

Accommodation: Sala’s Camp

Day 7: Meet the resident Rothchild giraffes. Guests fly to Nairobi’s Wilson Airport after breakfast. On arrival, guests are met and taken to the Giraffe Manor. The resident Rothschild Giraffe, who roam the grounds of the sanctuary surrounding this classic manor house, make for an unforgettable experience.

The giraffes are completely wild, but enjoy being fed by our guests. After lunch guests may visit the Giraffe Centre which is located in the Manor’s grounds or take a trip to the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and see orphaned elephants and rhinoceros. The Karen Blixen Museum offers a glimpse into the life of the author of the infamous book “Out of Africa”, and en-route you will have a chance to purchase gifts from local designers and artisans.

Accommodation: Giraffe Manor

Day 8: After a delicious breakfast at the Giraffe, Manor travellers are transferred to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for their flight home.

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