Kenya & Beyond Safaris
Moi Avenue, CBD
P.O. Box 4623-00200, Nairobi - Kenya
On Arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta Airport, you will be met by our representative then transferred to the then already booked city hotel. The rest of the day will be for city orientation tour featuring a guided city tour, a visit to David Shedrick's farm where you will have the opportunity to see the feeding and care of baby elephants which are either orphaned, abandoned or sick. After lunch drive to Butterfly Center where you will be taken to a guided tour to see butterfly rearing and different species of butterfly. A visit to Giraffe center where you have an opportunity to feed the giraffes from your own hands and later cross over to the adjacent Karen Blixen museum to learn about the achievements of Karen who lived for a short while in Kenya. Enroute to our hotel, we enjoy a walk at the Nairobi's Safari walk. Overnight at the Panafric Hotel or similar
Visit one of the local university college. Sit in classes fo lectures if need be or arrangements be made for lecturers in specific fields to give you a lecture in a conducive atmosphere. This will enable you. You will return to your hotel in the afternoon for a thorough tour briefing. All meals will be at the hotel Panafric.
Lake Magadi is located in the southern Kenya. This 104 sq. km soda lake is completely surrounded by vast natural salt flats. These sweltering hot plains prevent animals from reaching the alkaline lake at its center. For this reason, thousands of flamingo descend on the lake each year to nest on elevated mud mounds at the lake's edge safe from any potential predators. Freshwater springs at the Lake's shore attract a host of other birds. A journey to Magadi is like to enter another world. The baking salt plains stretch into horizons of shimmering heat haze, while the shallow lake heaves with the pink waves of nesting flamingo. This worldly atmosphere is compounded by the intense heat and the isolation. A guided tour to Magadi Soda company one of the largest producer of Soda Ash in Africa is also conducted. Lunch is served in a restaurant in Magadi area. Drive back to Nairobi. Dinner and overnight at the Panafric Hotel.
A visit to Ostrich farm with a guided tour to the farm enables you to learn about Ostrich rearing from an egg to a fully grown Ostrich. Ostrich products are available for sale. A complimentary ostrich feather and sample of ostrich fillet are some of the most interesting things worth the visit but much fun to a booed swimming pool and ostrich racecourse. inner and overnight at the Panafric Hotel.
After breakfast we pass through coffee and pineapple plantations to the slopes of Mt. Kenya arriving at Lunchtime. Afternoon walk to exciting village tours, bird watching, forest studies, Kikuyu cultural folklore and close walk to Mau Mau historic caves, that help you visualize the struggle our freedom fighters went through. Dinner and overnight at the Mountain Rock Hotel.
After breakfast, pass the Equator where a proof demonstration of zero degrees latitude is performed and head to Sweetwater's Wildlife Sanctuary a beautiful private game reserve and home to rare species such as besia oryx, reticulated giraffe and black rhino. This very special 23,000 acre wildlife sanctuary was originally established to protect and breed highly-endangered Chimpanzees and Black Rhinos. In 1994 the Jane Goodall Institute established the Sweetwater's Chimpanzee Sanctuary within the game reserve and moved a large group of chimps here from the unstable situation in their native West Africa. A game drive reveals the full range of African wildlife including lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant and hippo. Visit up close with the wildlife orphanage and observe chimps at this Sanctuary. Late afternoon depart for Nakuru via Thompson's falls the beautiful waterfall and head to Nakuru arriving late in evening. Overnight at a Nakuru Town Hotel with Private Facilities.
Take a day trip to both Lakes Baringo and Bogoria. You will have a one-hour boat ride with the spectacular scenery of stunning bird life, hippos and crocodiles. There is considerable geothermal activity with hot springs and geysers around the shoreline of Lake Bogoria. Occasionally, huge numbers of flamingos come to feed here, adding to the already famous bird life in the area, also a very good chance of photographing the unusually tame greater kudu.
After the day trip drive back to Nakuru. Overnight at a Nakuru Town Hotel with Private Facilities.
After breakfast we have a day tour to this lake that offers one of the world's most spectacular wildlife sights, a brilliant pink flamingoes as far as the eye can see. When conditions are right, between one and two million lesser and greater flamingos feed around the shores of the shallow soda lake, together with tens of thousands of other birds. The best place to view the birds is from Baboon Cliff where you will have a picnic lunch. Looking out over the dazzling fringe of pink around the lake's shores. Here you will also see warthog, waterbuck and large numbers of impala. Other slightly shyer residents include buffalo, Rothschild giraffe, eland, lion, leopard and black rhino. It goes without saying that this is a bird watchers paradise. Overnight at a Nakuru Town Hotel with Private Facilities.
Morning visit to Elsmere, Former home of the late Joy Adamson and his husband who became world famous for their pioneering conservation and relationship with the lioness Elsa as seen in the film" BORN FREE". A visit reveals many of Joy's paintings, which still decorate the house. A guided tour and film are shown. After lunch drive to Crater Lake which offers an evocative step back in time - to a bygone era of elegance and romance, in a wilderness untouched by the modern world with a private game sanctuary at a homely environment. Crater Lake offers classic escapes including painting, astrology,as well as ornithological outings to what must be one of the most Beautiful small lakes in creation. Overnight at a Naivasha Lake Shore camp with basic facilities.
This excursion offers a stunning variety of animals. The bird life too is prolific. The Trail starts at Fishers Tower, the entranceway to Ol Njorowa Gorge. The backdrop to this tower is the dramatic cliff of columnar basalt, which forms the walls of the Gorge. This one-day trail follows the floor of the gorge, the walls climbing steeply on both sides. This two-hour walk through the gorges is fascinating where you wash your hands under a small waterfall and sometimes you find the water too hot to handle. Its very soft, soapy feel to it and a rather unpleasant Sulphury smell. Much fun in the wild. This is the only park in Kenya you can walk or cycle. A tour to Olkaria Geothermal power station will be conducted. Overnight at a Naivasha Lake Shore campsite with basic facilities.
A full day to the flower farms which are in the area with huge green houses stretch over many kilometres supply all of Europe with flowers and fresh vegetable, which are airlifted from Nairobi. A guided tour to the farms will be conducted. Overnight at a Naivasha Lake Shore campsite with basic facilities.
After breakfast drive to Masai Mara where the largest concentration of animals is found. Masai Mara the vast, open grasslands of the Serengeti-Mara are home to over 3 million large mammals. An afternoon game drive in the Masai Mara you have a very good chance of seeing all the major Plains animals including lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, rhino, hyena, cheetah, jackal, warthog and many species of antelopes. Overnight in Masai Mara Game Reserve Campsite with basic facilities.
Full day game viewing in Masai Mara Game Reserve. The vast, open grasslands of the Serengeti-Mara are home to over 3 million large mammals. These include over 1.4 million wildebeest, which migrate in an enormous, straggling herd each year between the southern part of the Serengeti to the northern part and back again. With them move other herbivores such as gazelles and zebra, also looking for the best grass. Along the way they provide food for big predators such as lions, leopards and cheetahs.
The first sight of Masai Mara Game Reserve is owesome. Here we learn and see first hand the intricate web of dependency that binds the different animal species together. Each of the animals has adapted to its own niche and to the other animals that surround it. Here we see Nature at its most subtle and, sometimes, most cruel as each animal struggles to survive and reproduce. On our morning and afternoon game drives in the Masai Mara we have a very good chance of seeing all the major plains animals including lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant, rhino, hyena, cheetah, jackal, warthog and many species of antelope. Picnic lunch across tree studded grasslands and rolling hills. Overnight in Masai Mara Game Reserve Camp with basic facilities.
Early morning wildlife observations. Go on a guided walk into the Ngama Hills accompanied by armed rangers and Warden. After lunch at the camp, drive to a Manyatta. Spend the afternoon at the Manyatta where you learn about various Maasai cultural activities such as dances, weaponry, and also listen to stories on the family set-up, social stratification and taboos told by the locals. This afternoon we get a brief introduction to a Ranger's Course from a resident Game Warden. Overnight in Masai Mara Game Reserve Campsite with basic facilities.
After breakfast drive to Nairobi, Kenya's colourful capital city. Lunch at the famed Carnivore Restaurant where you have an excellent opportunity to sample African Dishes. Carnivore Barbecue Experience is also described as 'Meat Eaters Paradise' and is the Africa's Greatest Eating Experience! After lunch, transfer to your hotel or Jomo Kenyatta Airport for your onward arrangements. Our airport representative will re-confirm your onward flight, and assist you at check-in. Those taking the 5 days coastal extension to Amboseli, Tsavo and Mombasa will be left behind. Details are available on request.
we can have these number of days reduced or increased depending on your request.
In 2002, Joash Were who has been instrumental in start up of many companies within Kenya and Beyond thought of it wisely that it was time to start up something tourism related. He had worked at great places. Bearing in mind that all the progressive people talk “WE” and not I, he has brought together a great team who are professional in their own rights.