This tour offers you the best of Kenya and Tanzania countries,both of which lie along the equator in East Africa.They can be said the origin and growth of safaris started in this locations during early colonial influence.
Both offer unique attractions which are world re-knowned and unrivalled in terms of their beauty and true nature at it’s best.Below is a brief account of what to expect….
Best Of Kenya & Tanzania Safari
Days (1-10) – Arrival-Kenya
You start your tour in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital where you have a chance to experience true magical kenya offerings from birds paradise the pink flamingoes in
Lake Nakuru National Park, situated in the Rift Valley, was created in 1968 to protect the enormous flocks of over a million of the lesser and greater flamingos, giving it the characteristic pink rim.The park is not only home to the flamingos but to more than 400 species of birds. It is one of the few places to see the endangered white and black rhino. Other wildlife at the park includes lions, leopards, zebras, gazelles, eland, the rare Rothschild giraffe and the hyrax.
Masai Mara wildbeast migration that has been recognised as 7th wonder of the world due to the natural spectacle occurence.Covering an area of some 700 square miles in the southwestern corner of Kenya, the Maasai Mara is blessed with an astounding concentration of animals and panoramic vistas across the woodlanddotted plains. The Maasai Mara provides an unsurpassing experience. As the northern extension of the Serengeti grassland, the reserve is host to an annual migration of over a million wildebeests; themost awesome spectacle on planet Earth
Lewa Down conservancy in samburu plains full of splendor due to great scenery.Founded in 1995, LWC spans 62,000 acres and serves as a catalyst for conservation across northern Kenya. Lewa holds 12 percent of Kenya’s black rhino population and boasts the single largest population of Grevy’s zebras in the world.
Amboseli National Park awaits you land of elephants and enchantment.Amboseli National Park offers one of the most classic and breathtaking views of Kenya, Mount Kilimanjaro, rising 19,340 feet dominating the plains like a powerful god ruling the world from his silver throne.
Days (10-15) – Tanzania
The journey will take you to Tanzania via Namanga border through to Arusha,where you will have a chance to view the Mt Kilimanjaro second highest mountain in the world.
From Arusha you will encounter Ngorongoro Crater a UNESCO-protected World Heritage Site and an International Biosphere Reserve,The Ngorongoro Crater, which is the central attraction in the area, is the largest caldera in the world that has its walls intact.
Located 125 km west of Arusha, under the wall of the Great Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is one of the oldest and most popular sanctuaries in East Africa. The park has a large variety of habitats, making it possible to support a wealth of wildlife in its small area.
Later you head to Tarangire National Park which is a quiet, seasonal park with wide views to distant volcanicmountain ranges. Tarangire covers 2600 sq km (1096 sq/miles) of grassland and floodplains,and a large proportion of tall acacia woodland just south of the open grass plains of southern Maasai-land.
Departure – Arusha -Home
Located in the northern highlands of Tanzania, beneath the twin peaks of Mt. Meru and Mt. Kilimanjaro, Arusha is the safari capital of the country. Guests embarking on the popular northern safari circuit stop in the “Geneva of Africa” to prepare for the journey into the Africa bush. From its twolane streets, the dramatic presence of Mt. Meru stands over the town like a majestic sentinel, its crater strewn with thick clouds, its slopes dark with verdant forest. Arusha’s ideal location near the major national parks and its highland setting make it a peaceful ideal of relaxation before the end of an exciting journey as you embark to go home with lots of vivid memories.