SAFARIS STARTING FROM ELDORET

On various days that you may wish to sightsee, Kieran Tours & Travel will arrange, provide transport and professional guides to the following places;

Kisumu [Depart morning and return later in the evening]

Kisumu Impala Sanctuary

Depart Eldoret for Lake Victoria.  Drive along Kapsabet Nandi road.  Along the way you will view beautiful tea plantations  with stopovers for photography.  Thereafter drive down the Nandi Escarpment to the Kano plains and on to Kisumu for lunch.  Lunch will be served at the lake shore in one of the many restaurants that serve a local delicacy of Tilapia fish with “ugali” and vegetables. 

Kisumu Impala Sanctuary is a located 3 Km from Kisumu City. The Sanctuary lies on the shores of Lake Victoria. There are quite a lot of things to enliven and thrill nature-lovers here; besides, if you love wildlife, you will appreciate the both the free ranging and captive animals in the sanctuary. Apart from that, Kisumu Impala Sanctuary is a well-preserved natural beauty, a fascinating place to be!

Kakamega Forest [Depart morning and return later n the evening]

After breakfast, your guide will take you on trek to one of the many  natural grasslands in the rain forest, trek on to the top of the forest and see the different layers. Picnic lunch will be served at the Forest station and thereafter tour the community conservation projects, starting with the tree nurseries where you adopt a tree in the botanical garden, visit the butterfly farms and see all the stages of a butterfly cycle and visit a breeding house where the caterpillars are kept for education purposes.

Kakamega Forest Reserve, in Shinyalu Division of Kakamega District, is a world famous equatorial rainforest known for its diversity of bird and insect life. Its uniqueness makes conservation its top priority. A visit to the forest will give you a feel of what the Amazon looks like. The forest is a natural wonder that has a large variety of indigenous trees as well as species of different animals and bird life. This rain forest, which is the only one in Kenya, covers 240 km and has many different types of plants and species of butterflies, many of which can only be found here. The indigenous Mysopsis Eminee, locally known as Mama Mutere, has a multitude of medicinal qualities that are believed to help cure ailments such as prostate cancer and stomach aches. The timber is very valuable and consequently, this tree has become an endangered species over the years. The climate is very wet with over 200 -700mm of rain annually.

Major Attractions include Bird watching: over 300 bird species, the common one being the Blue Turaco, Butterfly watching: over 400 species of butterflies, Massive trees, scenic spots and waterfalls: over 350 species of trees, the forest holds mostly indigenous vegetation, • Snakes: 27 species of snakes, Primates watching: home to debrazza monkey and other primates, Wildlife: bush pig, duikers, bushbuck, clawless, otter, mongoose, giant water shrew, squirrels, tree pangolin, porcupine, bats and primates.

Kitale [Depart morning and return later in the evening]

Kitale Nature Conservancy

It is every breeder’s wish that their animals give birth to healthy offspring. However, when that doesn’t happen, most farmers get rid of these animals born with deformities. But one conservationist in Kitale, has a home for these broken beings. The Kitale Nature Conservancy offers him a chance to earn a living, and for these animals, a chance of survival.

Kitale Museum

The Kitale Museum is renowned for being the first domestic museum opened in Kenya. The museums hosts items gathered from various tribes of Kenya such as the Luhya, Maasai and the Turkana. Traditional Kenyan weaponry, utensils, and native musical instruments used by these tribes are displayed in the museum. Conservation of various rare plants and animals is done along a nature trail found at the back of the museum. Visitors of the museum can experience what it is like to be inside an actual Kenyan rainforest. Nile crocodiles, leopards, tortoises and various poisonous snakes are also found in the museum.

The Treasures of Africa Museum

Treasures of Africa Museum is an important museum of Kenya which houses the personal collection of Mr. Wilson. Wilson was an erstwhile colonial officer from Uganda who indeed had a distinct character.
The artefacts and the collection of the Treasures of Africa Museum is largely based on the experiences of Wilson with the people of Karamojong of northern Uganda. This small museum illustrates the theory that even during the ice age universal worldwide agricultural culture existed.

Saiwa National Park

The park is located at 385km from Nairobi and 27 km from Kitale town in Trans-Nzoia District of Rift Valley Province. The park ecosystem comprises of forest and swamp vegetation. The swamp is dominated by tall bull-rushes and sedges and is bordered by open grasslands and riverine forests.

The park was established to protect the endangered Sitatunga, a semi-aquatic antelope. Other wildlife species commonly found in the swamp include the Otter, Genet cat, Serval cat, mongoose, bushbuck and monkeys.  The ecosystem is also rich in birdlife, harbouring about 372 species

Kerio Valley [Depart morning and return later in the evening]

Kapsowar

Kapsowar is a beautiful small town located in Rift Valley Province, Kenya. It’s a picture-perfect town; filled with quaint charm, crisp breeze and amazing scenic beauty. It’s one of the best places to explore the most breathtaking landscapes and unique attractions such as charming flowing rivers, herds of cows and gorgeous hills.

 

Escarpment/Highlands of the Rift Valley

The Elgeyo Escarpment is part of the Great Rift Valley which stretches all the way from the Middle East to Mozambique in South Africa.  With cliffs of over 120m in height, an image of the Grand Canyon is formed.

The highlands is also home to athletics greats; Kipchoge Keino, Moses Kiptanui, Paul Tergat, Tegla Lorupe just to mention a few.  These highlands are dotted with several high altitude-training camps established by sports foundations and individuals alike.

 

Lake Baringo [Depart morning and return later in the evening]

Lake Baringo lies between two walls of the Great Rift Valley with the dramatic Kamasia block standing in between.  Kamasia remained standing when the valley sank.  This park made its name especially for the ornithological and water sports bluffs.  This reserve is also known for its different spectacle of bird species. Its shallow waters are known for sustaining healthy populations of fish, crocodile and hippos which can be viewed from the shoreline.

Lake Bogoria National Reserve

This reserve is famed for its geysers, hot springs, and huge flocks of pink and white flamingos. It is also one of the greatest sanctuaries for greater kudu.  Your first stop would probably be a temptation to test the spectacular, though sulphurous smelling eruptions. Vegetation is mainly bush land with small patches of riverine forest. It has grasslands along shoreline.  Birds are mainly flamingos. 

Nandi Hills Tea Plantations (1 day) [Depart morning and return later in the afternoon]

Appearing from a distance as a gently undulating sea of green is Kenya’s world famous black tea that is unrivalled in quality throughout the world.  Most of these tea estates are from the colonial era.

Hell’s Gate National Park / Lake Naivasha (1 day or 1 overnight)

Hells Gate National Park is a unique Park where walking or biking is done in the middle of wildlife. Giraffes, zebras, warthogs and many types of gazelles are found here. The first part of this walk /biking is done in typical flat African savannah in a volcanic area with huge rock boundaries. There are camphor and acacia trees all over and this is where to look for the giraffe as they mainly feed on them. A picnic lunch will be at the Rangers post.  The second part of the walk is done in the Hell’s Gate Gorge by descending into a steep canyon with running water from geysers and wild vegetation. The climax of the day is in walking in the side Gorge where the rocks have split to leave only a walking path. Climb out of the gorge and get onto your bikes for a ride back to the main gate. The following day visit Lake Naivasha for a boat ride and in the afternoon return to your destination.

Masai Mara (3 days)

The Masai Mara is a vast game reserve with undulating plains, hills and woodland grooves in the southwest corner of Kenya, shares its southwestern border with Tanzania.  This is lion and elephant country with leopard, cheetah and a recovering population of black rhino.  The Mara is home to several hundred species of birds and is famous for the annual migration of wildebeest thundering across the southern plains to the Serengeti in Tanzania.   

The Masai Mara trip can be arranged for the last three days and after the safari, the guests can be transferred to the airport for their outbound flight.

Lake Nakuru (1 day or 1 overnight)

At 0700hrs depart for Nakuru to arrive in time for lunch. After lunch you are at leisure up to 1600hrs when we depart for our afternoon game viewing drive. Lake Nakuru National park is home to thousands of pink flamingoes and over 400 species of birds. Lake Nakuru National park is world famous for its bird life! Apart from the spectacular scenery of bird life; It is also known for its protection of endangered species such as black and white rhino and Rothschild giraffe amongst other animals.

ONE DAY SAFARI TRIP:                               

Lake Nakuru National Park

 

At 0630hrs depart for Nakuru to arrive around 0900hrs. After paying the park fee you begin your game drive.  A 1300hrs you have your picnic lunch. Proceed with your drives up to 1530hrs when you prepare to leave for Eldoret.

Lake Nakuru is a large, shallow lake surrounded by marshes, woodland and grassland. There are some rocky outcrops and the largest euphorbia forest in Africa on the eastern side. The lake is fed by three main rivers; the Njoro, the Makalia and the Enderit rivers, as well as several springs. The park has very good roads and some excellent viewpoints overlooking the lake from Baboon Cliff, Out of Africa and Lion Hill.

The lake supports the blue-green Cyanophyte Spirulina Platensis, which is the main food source for the brilliant pink flamingoes that can be found wading on the lake’s edge. At times, there can be up to two million greater and lesser flamingoes and tens of thousands of other birds. Food conditions change periodically, and the number of birds fluctuates at times. Your guide will identify the many animals and Kenya birds you will see here.

Lake Nakuru National Park also offers sanctuary to huge numbers of native African animals including lion, waterbucks, warthogs, impalas, buffalo, Rothschild giraffes, elands, endangered black rhinos, white rhinos and, occasionally leopards. A large herd of hippos have a territory in the northern part of the lake, making for interesting game viewing.

 

Drive time 3½ hrs

Distance 156km

Game drive 4½ hrs

LAKE BOGORIA 1 DAY

 

Safari Highlights

(a) Kerio Valley

(b) Stunning views of the Rift Valley

(c) Hot Geysers

(d) Rift Valley Lakes

(e) Transport in 4×4 Mini Van or Noah

KERIO VALLEY / LAKE BOGORIA

After breakfast you proceed with your trip via the Kerio Valley with stopovers at the various look out points and at Chebloch for a nature walk (if time allows). Another stopover will take place just after Kabarnet town with wonderful views of Lake Baringo and Bogoria in the distance.

Kerio Valley is part of the Rift Valley which lies on the Eastern part of Eldoret town and is between the Tugen Hills and the Elgeyo Escarpment. The region is of rugged terrain, spectacular land forms, climate and a variety of peoples and cultures. Many world class runners originated from this region. The bottom most part of the valley has a beautiful river with crocodiles, semi tropical vegetation on the slope and semi dry thorn bush. A nature walk with resident guides will take you down the gorges to view crocodile, various birdlife and amazing gorge formations formed over millions of years.

After these short breaks you drive on to Lake Bogoria Spa for lunch approx 2000/= per person) or you can carry your own picnic lunches.  In the afternoon, you visit Lake Bogoria National Reserve.  This reserve is famed for its geysers, hot springs, and huge flocks of pink and white flamingos. It is also one of the greatest sanctuaries for greater kudu. Your first stop would probably be a temptation to test the spectacular, though sulphurous smelling eruption geysers. Vegetation is mainly bush land with small patches of riverine forest. It has Grasslands along shoreline. Birds are mainly flamingos.

MASAI MARA 3 DAYS

Safari Highlights

 

(a) Wildlife viewing in Masai Mara including the “BIG FIVE”

(b) Great wildebeest migration tracking

(c) Mara river crossing stampede

(d) The warrior Masai Moran and people

(e) Transport in 4×4 Mini Van

(f) Accommodation at tented camps

 

DAY 1:   Masai Mara

You will be picked up from Eldoret (Zion Mall) and depart for the Mara. Lunch will be served at Ololoolo Gate – Masai Mara thereafter continue with your safari game drives to arrive late afternoon.

The Masai Mara is a vast game reserve with undulating plains, hills and woodland grooves in the southwest corner of Kenya, shares its southwestern border with Tanzania. This is lion and elephant country with leopard, cheetah and a recovering population of black rhino. The Mara is home to several hundred species of birds and is famous for the annual migration of wildebeest (some of whom will be around) thundering across the southern plains to the Serengeti in Tanzania. After dinner guests are at their pleasure to retire for the night.

Drive time 6½ hrs

Distance 330km [80km is rough dusty terrain road]

Evening Game drive 2½ hrs do game drive enroute to your camp

Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Mara Sidai Camp (Budget) OR Elangata Olerai Camp (Semi Budget)

Day 2:   MASAI MARA

After an early breakfast, you will be driven to the Mara River while searching for wild animals. The Mara River is full of exciting wildlife. The hippos and crocodile mingle in this extraordinary river awaiting the return of the wildebeest, which at times is still months away. Position yourselves in strategic points along the river and view the wildebeest, zebra and gazelle cross the Mara River. Your lunch will be served at the isolated picnic trees dotting the savannah. There is nothing as breathtaking as lunch under the African bananite trees in the picnic points of the Masai Mara. You will continue with your game drive through the Mara plains in search of more wild game including lions and cheetah etc. You will thereafter drive back to the camp in time for dinner.

Full day game drive 8 hrs

Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Mara Sidai Camp (Budget) OR Elangata Olerai Camp (Semi Budget)

DAY 3:  MASAI MARA

Optional game drive at 0600hrs to return for breakfast at 0830hrs. After breakfast, you check out and depart for Eldoret to arrive in the evening. Picnic lunch will be served on the way.

NAKURU – MASAI MARA 4 DAYS

3 nights / 4 days – Tented/Lodge Safari

 

Safari Highlights

(a) Wildlife viewing in Masai Mara including the “BIG FIVE”

(b) Great wildebeest migration tracking

(c) Mara river hippo pools

(d) The warrior Masai Moran and peoples

(e)Flamingo and rhino in Nakuru

(f) Hot air balloon

(e) Transport in 4×4 Mini Van OR 4×4 Toyota Land Cruise

Day 1:    LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK

At 0730hrs depart for Nakuru to arrive at your hotel at around 1000hrs. Check in your hotel and have early lunch and at 1300hrs you drive to the Park. After paying the park fee you begin your game drives up to 1500hrs when you leave for your hotel.

Lake Nakuru is a large, shallow lake surrounded by marshes, woodland and grassland. There are some rocky outcrops and the largest euphorbia forest in Africa on the eastern side. The lake is fed by three main rivers; the Njoro, the Makalia and the Enderit rivers, as well as several springs. The park has very good roads and some excellent viewpoints overlooking the lake from Baboon Cliff, Out of Africa and Lion Hill.

The lake supports the blue-green Cyanophyte Spirulina Platensis, which is the main food source for the brilliant pink flamingoes that can be found wading on the lake’s edge. At times, there can be up to two million greater and lesser flamingoes and tens of thousands of other birds. Food conditions change periodically, and the number of birds fluctuates at times. Your guide will identify the many animals and Kenya birds you will see here.

Lake Nakuru National Park also offers sanctuary to huge numbers of native African animals including lion, waterbucks, warthogs, impalas, buffalo, Rothschild giraffes, elands, endangered black rhinos, white rhinos and, occasionally leopards. A large herd of hippos have a territory in the northern part of the lake, making for interesting views.

Drive time 3½ hrs

Distance 156km

Game drive 4½ hrs

Dinner and overnight / breakfast

 

Day 2:   MASAI MARA

Early in the morning after breakfast you drive to the Masai Mara with optional boat ride in Lake Naivasha. Arrive at your camp just in time for lunch.  After check-in you have lunch and at 1600hrs you go for your game drive.

The Masai Mara is a vast game reserve with undulating plains, hills and woodland grooves in the southwest corner of Kenya, shares its southwestern border with Tanzania. This is lion and elephant country with leopard, cheetah and a recovering population of black rhino. The Mara is home to several hundred species of birds and is famous for the annual migration of wildebeest (some of whom will be around) thundering across the southern plains to the Serengeti in Tanzania. After dinner guests are at their pleasure to retire for the night.

Drive time 6½ hrs

Distance 301 km [50km is rough dusty terrain road]

Evening Game drive 2½ hrs

Dinner and overnight / breakfast

Day 3:   MASAI MARA

After an early breakfast, you will be driven to the Mara River while searching for wild animals. The Mara is full of exciting wildlife. The hippos and crocodile mingle in this extraordinary river awaiting the return of the wildebeest, which at times is still months away. Position yourselves in strategic points along the river and view the wildebeest, zebra and gazelle cross the Mara River. Your lunch will be served at the isolated picnic trees dotting the savannah. There is nothing as breathtaking as lunch under the African bananite trees in the picnic points of the Masai Mara. You will continue with your game drive through the Mara plains in search of more wild game including lions and cheetah etc. You will thereafter drive back to the camp in time for dinner.

Full day game drive 8 hrs or optional half day safari considering the kids welfare

Picnic lunch, Dinner and overnight / breakfast

Day 4:   MASAI MARA

Optional game drives at 0600hrs to return for breakfast at 0830hrs. After breakfast, you check out and depart for Eldoret with game drives to exit at the northern part of the Mara to arrive in the evening. Picnic lunch will be served on the way.

Drive time 7½ hrs

Distance 310km [50km is rough dusty terrain road]

Game drive enroute

ELDORET / NAKURU / AMBOSELI / ELDORET – 4 DAYS

 

Safari Highlights

(a) Lake Naivasha boat trip Hippos and Birds

(b) Lake Nakuru flamingos and rhino

(c) View of Mt Kilimanjaro Highest standing Mountain in Africa at 5895 m above sea level

(d) Numerous herds of elephants in Amboseli National Park

(e) Big Five

(f) Transport in 4×4 Mini Van

Day 1:    Lake Nakuru

At 0700hrs depart for Nakuru to arrive in time for lunch. After lunch you we depart for our afternoon game viewing drive. Lake Nakuru National park is home to thousands of pink flamingoes and over 400 species of birds. Apart from the spectacular scenery of bird life; It is also known for its protection of endangered species such as black and white rhino and Rothschild giraffe amongst other animals.

Drive time 3½hrs

Distance 180km

Evening Game drive 4½ hrs

Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Hotel Waterbuck

 

Day 2: Amboseli National Park

After Breakfast depart for Amboseli National Park with picnic lunch served on the way / hot lunch in Nairobi’s Galleria Mall. Amboseli is located at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro whose magic is seeing the big game including huge herds of Elephants, Lions, Cheetahs, Impalas, Grant’s Gazelles and Elands with the backdrop of the snow-capped Kilimanjaro. Amboseli National Park is a great place for photos.

Should you be interested in bird watching, Amboseli National Park has over 425 species of birds that have been recorded. There are different types of birds e.g. water birds, birds of prey, open savannah birds as well as dry scrub land birds.

 

Drive time 6 hrs

Distance 325km

Evening Game drive 2½ hrs                

Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Kibo Safari camp

Day 4: Amboseli National Park

After breakfast you go for full day safari

Game Drive time 7hrs

Picnic lunch, Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Kibo Safari camp

 

Day 4: Eldoret

On this day we travel back to Eldoret very early with lunch at one of the Cafés in Nairobi to arrive in Eldoret late evening

Drive time 10 hrs

Distance 535km

 

LAKE NAKURU, NAIVASHA, LONGONOT, AMBOSELI, TSAVO, KENYA COAST

11 Nights / 12 Days – Lodge and Beach Safari

 

Safari Highlights

(a) Lake Naivasha boat trip Hippos and Birds

(b) Lake Nakuru flamingos and rhino

(c) View of Mt Kilimanjaro Highest standing Mountain in Africa at 5895 m above sea level

(d) Numerous herds of elephants in Amboseli National Park

(e) Indian Ocean

(f) Sun n sand

(g) Sandy beaches

(h) Water sports

(i) Big Five

(j) Red elephant

(k) Mzima Springs / Shetani Lava

(l) Trekking on Kenya’s youngest volcano

(e) Transport in 4×4 Mini Van OR 4×4 Toyota Land Cruiser

Day 1:    Lake Nakuru

At 0700hrs depart for Nakuru to arrive in time for lunch. After lunch you visit the park for our afternoon game viewing drive.

Lake Nakuru National park is home to thousands of pink flamingoes and over 400 species of birds. Apart from the spectacular scenery of bird life; It is also known for its protection of endangered species such as black and white rhino and Rothschild giraffe amongst other animals.

Return to your hotel in town for dinner and evening leisure.

 

Drive time 3½hrs

Distance 180km

Evening Game drive 5½ hrs

Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Hotel Waterbuck

 

Day 2:   NAIVASHA / LONGONOT

After breakfast we leave for Longonot near Lake Naivasha.

Once you arrive we met your guide who will take you on your half day trek.  After the trek you go for lunch and in the afternoon an optional boat ride at the lake is planned. 

Longonot contains a large 8 x 12 km caldera formed by vast eruptions of trachytic lava some 21,000 years ago. The current summit cone was developed within the earlier caldera. This cone itself is capped by a 1.8 km crater. Satellite cones and effusive lava eruptions occur on the flanks and within the caldera floor. Periodic geodetic activity recorded at Longonot in 2004–2006 demonstrated the presence of active magmatic systems beneath this volcano.

Typifying the stormy volcanic roots of the Great Rift Valley, Longonot Mountain is a fascinating inactive volcano that overlooks the beautiful landscape of Lake Naivasha area in Kenya. Rising to 2700m above sea level (and also 750m above the nearby landscape), Mt Longonot hiking Excursion delivers trekkers with an interesting and inspiring hike culminating into one of the best and exciting views in Kenya! Tug on those hiking boots, carry sunscreen and hit the road in exploring one of the Kenya’s least visited conservation parks.

Lake Naivasha lies on an alluvium-covered flat in the valley floor and is flanked on the north by an extensive papyrus swamp. It is the highest of the lakes in the eastern part of the rift system, and is situated at 6,180 feet (1,884 m) above sea level. Its level and size fluctuate periodically; in the mid-1970s it covered about 81 square miles (210 square km). Its main tributaries are the Engare Melewa and Gilgil rivers. Although it has no outlet, the lake’s waters are fresh. Several species of Tilapia and black bass (introduced) are the basis of commercial and sport fishing. Bird-watching is also popular.

Hike time uphill 1½ hrs

Hike time round the rim 2-3 hrs

Distance from Nakuru 75km

Lunch, Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Fish Eagle Inn Hotel

 

Day 3:   HELL’S GATE

We wake up for breakfast and do a short transfer to the Hells Gate National Park. This is a unique Park where walking or biking is done in the middle of wildlife. Giraffes, zebras, warthogs and many types of gazelles are found here. The first part of this walk /biking is done in typical flat African savannah in a volcanic area with huge rock boundaries. There are camphor and acacia trees all over and this is where to look for the giraffe as they mainly feed on them. Picnic lunch will be at the Rangers post.

The second part of the walk is done in the Hell’s Gate Gorge by descending into a steep canyon with running water from geysers and wild vegetation. The climax of the day is in walking in the side Gorge where the rocks have split to leave only a walking path. Climb out of the gorge and get onto your bikes for a ride back to the main gate.

Full Day Game drive / hiking / biking 8 hrs

Lunch, Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Fish Eagle Inn Hotel

 

Day 4: Amboseli National Park

After Breakfast depart for Amboseli National Park with picnic lunch game drive enroute, served on the way / hot lunch in Nairobi’s Galleria Mall. Amboseli is located at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro whose magic is seeing the big game including huge herds of Elephants, Lions, Cheetahs, Impalas, Grant’s Gazelles and Elands with the backdrop of the snow-capped Kilimanjaro. Amboseli National Park is a great place for photos.

Should you be interested in bird watching, Amboseli National Park has over 425 species of birds that have been recorded. There are different types of birds e.g. water birds, birds of prey, open savannah birds as well as dry scrub land birds.

 

 

Drive time 5 hrs

Distance 265km

Evening Game drive 2½ hrs                

Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Kibo Safari Camp

Day 5: Amboseli National Park

After breakfast you go for full day safari

Game Drive time 7hrs

Lunch, Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Kibo Safari Camp

 

Day 6:   Tsavo National Park

After breakfast, depart for Tsavo West National Park. Stopover at the Shetani Lava flows en route to Chyulu Gate and on to Ngulia Safari Lodge to arrive early afternoon to a welcome hot shower and lunch. The afternoon is at leisure which can be spent in the pool and at 3pm take an afternoon game drive traversing Kenya’s largest National Park in search of the big five. At dusk you return to the lodge.

 

Drive time 3hrs

Distance 80km [60km is rough dusty terrain road]

Evening Game drive 3½ hrs

Lunch, Dinner and overnight / breakfast at Rhino Valley Camp

DAY 7-9: South Coast

Depart early in the morning to history filled 1000-year-old Mombasa City and its sandy beaches. This port city is full of sandy beaches and tropical sunlight throughout the year. Picnic lunch will be served on the way.

The hotels provide wide varieties of water sports and other OPTIONAL recreational activities. Indulge in scuba diving, wind surfing, deep-sea fishing, sailing, coral reef snorkeling, beach-volleyball and much more. Enjoy elegant cuisine beneath the stars at the terrace restaurants. In the evenings, enjoy feature floorshows.

Drive time 6hrs

Distance 240km [70km is rough dusty terrain road]

Dinner, Overnight and breakfast at Jacaranda Beach Hotel – South Coast

DAY 10:                Mombasa / Nairobi

Transfer to Moi Airport for flight to Eldoret.

COST OF SAFARI

Please email us to get an accurate cost of your safari

kierrantours@gmail.com, reservations@kierantours.com,

 

 

COSTING FOR THE ABOVE ITINERARIES WILL INCLUDE

Full Board Accommodations in the game parks – breakfast, lunch and dinner

Transport in 4×4 Van OR Land Cruiser with pop up roof

Driver /guide allowances

All client and van/driver park fees

All fuels and oils for the van

Mineral water

Services of our Professional Guide/Driver

All game drives

NOT INCLUDED

Items of personal nature

Yellow fever certificate

Alcoholic & Soft drinks

Tips & porterage

 

WHAT TO COME WITH

Camera with zoom lenses

Extra pair of binoculars (if available).  All our vehicles have a pair each. 

 

Light clothing for the day and at least a sweater or coat for the evenings which might be cold at times.

ACCOMMODATION

 

Accommodation is permanent tented camps and lodges in fenced area with 24 hr. security.  All the tents/rooms have twin beds, instant hot showers, generator power, swimming pools, WI-FI, comfortable beds with mosquito nets and self-contained bathrooms.  The restaurant provides buffet menu for meals and European breakfast.  The bar is also well stocked.

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