Kenya tourism

Kenya tourism

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Day 1 :
On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta Airport, you will be met by our representative and transferred to Stanley hotel. The evening is yours to relax, allowing your mind and body time to adjust to different time zone. Dinner on own arrangements. Overnight at Stanley Hotel.
Day 2 :
Early morning wake up call, followed by breakfast at the Hotel. Pick- up by our Driver- Guide and depart for Masai Mara National Reserve so named to mean the "spotted plains" in the Maa language. Arrive in time for lunch at The Mara Simba Lodge. Afternoon game drive at the Reserve. This is home to the greatest concentration of large mammals and is widely recognized as Africa's ultimate wildlife reserve. The park is the northern annexe to the vast Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, famous for its annual migration of wildebeest. This is a spectacular place of breathtaking sceneries, never-ending plains and the most abundant variety of wildlife remaining anywhere in the world. The landscape is made up of rolling savannahs dotted with patchy shrubs and bush thickets. Dinner and overnight at The Mara Simba Lodge (Lunch & Dinner) .
Day 3 :
: Another day spent at the Maasai Mara National Reserve doing morning and afternoon game drives across the plains. Vast numbers of wildebeest and zebra wander across the Mara grasslands in huge numbers during this period of the annual migrations, when millions of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle traverse the landscape to feed on the rich new grass and give birth to their young. You will also have an opportunity to see elephant, giraffe, prides of lion, and thousands of impala, topi, grant's and Thomson's gazelle. All meals and overnight at the The Mara Simba Lodge (Breakfast,Lunch & Dinner)
Day 4 :
Breakfast at the Camp. Morning drive to Nairobi, arriving in time for lunch on own arrangement. Afternoon transfer to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi for Check- In for your outbound flight.

Kenya tourism visting places:

Famous for its classic savanna safaris, Kenya is a country of dramatic extremes and classic contrasts. Deserts and alpine snows; forests and open plains; the metropolis of Nairobi and colorful tribal cultures; freshwater lakes and coral reefs. For many people, Kenya is East Africa in microcosm. The wildlife safaris have been the top tourist attractions in Kenya for decades while other activities include trekking Mount Kenya, ballooning over the Masai Mara and snorkeling in Malindi on the Indian Ocean coast.

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