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Kenya is a country full of breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural experiences. This is an invitation to explore a land of extraordinary diversity, where the rhythm of urban life in Nairobi harmonizes with the untamed beauty of its national parks. Begin your adventure in Nairobi, a city where modernity converges with tradition, offering vibrant markets, cultural gems, and a gateway to wildlife conservation efforts. Venture to Amboseli National Park to witness the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro presiding over vast plains teeming with wildlife, particularly iconic herds of elephants. The journey culminates in the legendary Masai Mara, where the annual migration unfolds amidst sweeping savannas and acacia-dotted landscapes. Kenya beckons with its rich tapestry of landscapes, wildlife encounters, and cultural immersion, promising an expedition that lingers in the heart and soul.




  • Nairobi
  • Amboseli National Park
  • Naboisho Conservancy


  • Visit the elephant rescue and rehabilitation program at Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
  • Off-roading for prime game viewing
  • Guided bushwalks by Masai warriors


Days 1 - 2

Days 2 - 5

Days 5 - 8

Welcome to Nairobi! After being privately transferred to your hotel, you'll have the chance to explore the vibrant capital of Kenya and its dynamic blend of urban energy and natural wonders. Nairobi serves as a gateway to Kenya's diverse landscapes. Explore the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to interact with orphaned elephants and explore the colorful markets.

Your journey continues to Wilson Airport to board a small aircraft and fly into Amboseli National Park in Southern Kenya. Crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, the Amboseli National Parks is one of Kenya's most popular parks. It is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants up close. Nature lovers can explore five different habitats here ranging from the dried-up bed of Lake Amboseli, wetlands with sulphur springs, the savannah and woodlands. Spend the days on game drives, going on walking safaris, and enjoying breakfasts and sundowners in the bush.

It's time to head to arguably one of the most famous wildlife reserves in the world. The Mara is home to the Great Migration, a vast movement of wildebeest across the Mara River, and is known for the many species that gather around the massive herds. The private concession of Naboisho Conservancy is where you'll head on game drives, night drives to see nocturnal animals, and walking safaris with a Maasai guide who will take you through the land that he grew up on. The conservancy is a partnership with the community and so offers cultural activities that are both genuine and rewarding to both host and guest.   

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