06NIGHTS/07DAYS - Kenya - Lake Nakuru - Masai Mara - Kakamega’s rainforests - Mt Kenya National Park - Hell's Gate National Park - Rift Valley - Tsavo National Park - Marine National Park in Malind - Nairobi


Package Includes
Cost Per person on twin share basis ( 2 pax traveling together ) : 1,09,800/-
Cost Per person on twin share basis ( 4 pax traveling together ) :  94,700/-
01Night accommodation in Nairobi, Hotel Panafric or similar
01Night accommodation in Aberdares, The Ark Lodge or similar
01Night accommodation in Mount Kneya, Mt. Kneya Safri Club or similar
01Night accommodation in Lake Nakuru, Lake Nakuru Lodge or similar
02nights ccommodation in Masai Mara, Mara Fig Tree Camp or similar
Daily Breakfast
05 Lunch & dinner
Park entrance fees
Transportation and game drives in our Safari Minibuses with open pop-up roof, with English speaking driver guides on a Private basis.
All game drive
A ½ bottle of mineral water provided in our vehicles on safari on complimentary basis , per person per day
Our Assistance
Hotel taxes
Package Excludes
Airfares,Airport Taxes and Visas 
Anything which is not mentioned in "Price Includes"
Surcharge applies during weekends, public holidays & conventions & Blackout Dates.
3.09% GST
Package Valid till 31st March’14
Kenya As part of East Africa, the territory of what is now Kenya has seen human habitation since the beginning of the Lower Paleolithic. The Bantu expansion from a West African center of dispersal reached the area by the 1st millennium AD. With the borders of the modern state at the crossroads of the Bantu, Nilo-Saharan and Afro-Asiatic ethno-linguistic areas of Africa, Kenya is a truly multi-ethnic state.
There are a million different reasons to come here, and picking just one is nigh impossible. Stunning landscapes set the scene, from Kakamega’s rainforests to Indian Ocean beaches by way of Mt Kenya National Park; the rolling grasslands of the Masai Mara to searing deserts on the shores of the Jade Sea; with The Rift Valley, home to Hell's Gate National Park, cleaving a massive gash through it all.
Wildlife safaris have been the mainstay of Kenya’s tourism for decades, and several Kenyan parks, like Tsavo National Park, are among the best places in Africa to see lions, elephants, leopards and the famous wildebeest migration. Kenya rates as one of the top five bird-watching destinations in the world; other activities for outdoor enthusiasts include trekking the glacial ridges of Mt Kenya, ballooning over the Masai Mara, snorkelling at the Marine National Park in Malindi on the Indian Ocean coast, and much more besides. Kenya's biggest city, Nairobi, with the baddest of reputations, is sidestepped by many visitors, but, in fairness, has an interesting urban appeal with its cafes and nightlife.
The people, too, represent a wide cross-section of everything that is contemporary Africa, and everyday life brings together traditional tribes and urban families; ancient customs and modern sensibilities. Swapping the latest political gossip with the switched-on locals is just one more small pleasure that comes with the culture.


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