3 Days Amboseli Camping Safaris

Kenyan Camping Budget Safari Adventure

3 DAYS MASAI MARA CAMPING TRIP.
Day 01: Nairobi - Masai Mara
Drive to Masai Mara where you will arrive for an afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at a campsite, L,D.

Day 02: Masai Mara
Full day in the Masai Mara and on game viewing. Animals to be seen include; lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, cheetah, rhino, wildebeest, impala, waterbuck and various species plains game and birds. Overnight at the camp, B,L,D.

Optional activities:
-Visit to a local Maasai village for a Maasai cultural tour: US$ 25 per person
-Hot air balloon ride: US$ 395 per person

Day 03: Masai Mara - Nairobi
Early morning game drive. Drive back to Nairobi, B.

Safari price: US$ 465 per person sharing

Tour price includes:
.Guarantee price/guarantee safari on confirmation
.Full board accommodation on safari
.Accommodation in two person tents.
.Meal plan as described, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner
.Transportation in a safari minibus, driven by English-speaking driver/guide
.Park entrance fees including local government taxes
.Bottled water whilst on game drives
.All game drives as detailed in the itinerary
.Start and finish in Nairobi
.Sleeping tents and mats

Tour cost excludes:
.Laundry & sleeping bags
.Tips & drinks
.International flights
.Visas to Kenya
.Items of personal nature
.Any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary

3 DAYS AMBOSELI BUDGET CAMPING SAFARI.
Day 01: Nairobi - Amboseli
Proceed to Amboseli National Park. You will pass through the Athi plains the home of the proud Masai tribe to Amboseli National Park a place of stark contrast. Amboseli National Park is dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro the highest Mountain in Africa. Dinner will be served at the mobile camp, L,D.

Day 02: Amboseli
The early morning and late evening game drives is a must both for the quality of viewing and for the atmosphere of the wilds of Africa. Mount Kilimanjaro will provide a beautiful backdrop. Overnight at the campsite, B,L,D.

Optional visit to a local Maasai village for a Maasai cultural tour: US$ 25 per person

Day 03: Amboseli - Nairobi
Early morning game drive before breakfast. After breakfast depart to Nairobi, B.
Safari price: US$ 465 per person sharing

Tour price includes:
.Guarantee price/guarantee safari on confirmation
.Full board accommodation on safari
.Accommodation in two person tents.
.Meal plan as described, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner
.Transportation in a safari minibus, driven by English-speaking driver/guide
.Park entrance fees including local government taxes
.Bottled water whilst on game drives
.All game drives as detailed in the itinerary
.Start and finish in Nairobi
.Sleeping tents and mats

Tour cost excludes:
.Laundry & sleeping bags
.Tips & drinks
.International flights
.Visas to Kenya
.Items of personal nature
.Any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary

3 DAYS SAMBURU CAMPING TOUR.
Day 01: Nairobi - Samburu
Drive from Nairobi northwards to Samburu Game Reserve. You will pass through the Kikuyu Farmlands of coffee and pineapple You will pass through the equator to Kenya's semi-arid area, the Samburu National Reserve. Arrival Samburu and game drive en route to the campsite. Dinner and overnight at the campsite, L,D.

Day 02: Samburu
Early game drive at the park. Samburu Reserve has some unique five to include, Reticulated Giraffe, Grevy Zebra, Beisa Oryx, Somali Ostrich, and the long neck Gerenuk Antelope. Other animals to be found include, Lion, Leopard, Elephant, and Cheetah amongst others. All meals and overnight at the campsite, B,L,D.

Optional visit to a local Samburu village for a Samburu cultural tour: US$ 25 per person

Day 03: Samburu - Nairobi
Early morning game drive before breakfast. After breakfast depart to Nairobi, B.
Safari price: US$ 465 per person sharing

Tour price includes:
.Guarantee price/guarantee safari on confirmation
.Full board accommodation on safari
.Accommodation in two person tents.
.Meal plan as described, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner
.Transportation in a safari minibus, driven by English-speaking driver/guide
.Park entrance fees including local government taxes
.Bottled water whilst on game drives
.All game drives as detailed in the itinerary
.Start and finish in Nairobi
.Sleeping tents and mats

Tour cost excludes:
.Laundry & sleeping bags
.Tips & drinks
.International flights
.Visas to Kenya
.Items of personal nature
.Any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary

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Masai Mara, Kenya
With its rolling grasslands and wide-open savannah, the Masai Mara is the kind of unfettered, sprawling wilderness you will have discovered in Hollywood films set in Africa. Kenya's finest reserve, the Masai Mara pulses with raw energy as an array of animals go about their daily lives.

At certain times of the year the famous Mara throbs to the beat of hundreds of thousands of hooves as the Great Wildebeest Migration takes place.

The reserve is unfenced and borders the Serengeti National Park. The two countries share the vast Serengeti plains, with the wildlife free to roam between Kenya and Tanzania in search of food.

Between July and October millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelles cross into the Masai Mara from the Serengeti where they gather to graze and relax on the Mara's plains, which - at about one third of the size of the enormous Serengeti National Park, is more manageable from a game viewing point of view. The Masai Mara's open grasslands teem with wildlife in every direction.

The Masai Mara Reserve is rich in Africa's biggest attractions - predators are abundant (lion sightings are incredibly common), and the Big Five are encountered around every corner.

The Mara is a permanent water source for the area's wild inhabitants and so even when the very last wildebeest has tardily set off for the southern Serengeti, massive resident herds remain, offering visitors everything they could want to see on an African safari. A Masai Mara safari provides a year-round safari experience.

Amboseli National Park, Kenya:
Amboseli is a top destination for a Kenya Safari. Indeed, one of the classic images of East Africa, let alone Kenya, is that of a herd of elephant strolling across the plains with the snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro in the background. It is to catch this sight on memory - and on film - that people flood to Amboseli National Park.

While Kilimanjaro is actually across the border in Tanzania, Amboseli has a perfect view of this world's tallest freestanding mountain, rising an impressive 5 kilometers above the plains. The best time to view the majestic mountain is at dawn and sunset, when the clouds lift and the light is both clear and soft.

Amboseli is about 200km from Nairobi on fairly good roads, and the usual route is via Namanga on the A104. The last 75km from Namanga is a bit bumpy so be prepared. Air Kenya also offers daily flights to the reserve.

It's also a park that combines well with Tsavo National Park to the east, or Tanzania's Kilimanjaro and Arusha National Parks.

The park is one of the smaller game parks in Kenya, but it offers you the best opportunity of seeing the critically endangered black rhino, along with a spectacular range of wildlife. The area's low and well-munched vegetation also ensures that animals are easy to spot. Lions can easily be found and can occasionally be watched stalking their prey. Buffalo, cheetah, gazelle, hyena, jackal, wildebeest, zebra, and baboon are just some of the animals that can be encountered at Amboseli.

Streams from Kilimanjaro surface in the centre of Amboseli, creating swamps that attract and support a rich diversity of wild animals and birdlife. Most of Amboseli is flat and dusty and so the best spots for game viewing are these wetlands.

Unfortunately the accessibility of the area, and the rich wildlife, have led to Amboseli's downfall. It seems that it is only a matter of time before the animals move on to greener grasslands thanks to the perils of safari popularity.

Samburu National Reserve, Kenya:
The first thing you'll notice on a Samburu safari is that it is worlds apart from the other parks in Kenya. It's not particularly well-known and as a result is less crowded than most Kenyan reserves.

Samburu National Reserve is situated on the banks of the Ewaso Ngiro River in the dry northern reaches of Kenya. It is a hot and arid area characterized by a parched landscape of hills and plains.

The presence, however, of the river - and its shady trees - attracts plenty of wildlife. Giraffe, buffalo, waterbuck and zebra (including the endangered Grevy's zebra) from the surrounding savannah plains trek to the water. Lion, leopard and cheetah are also quite easy to spot, thanks in part to the lack of grass cover.

Samburu is also home to large herds of elephants, and the reserve is well known for providing the opportunity to see wildlife that only lives in the dry north of Kenya. Be on the look out for gerenuks - these odd, yet distinguished looking, gazelle have long necks, and stand on their hind legs to feed.

For the birders, around 365 species have been recorded and the river area is particularly rewarding.

Across the river is the Buffalo Springs National Reserve. A bridge connects the two, and they are often grouped together by tour companies. Nearby is the swampy wilderness of the Shaba National Reserve.