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Welcome home! For as long as humans have existed, we have lived here in this part of Africa. Look for your favourite animals at the Masai Mara, see free ranging elephants at Amboseli, a UN Biosphere reserve, get yourself a colourful Kanga to wear and enjoy the journey. Visit places, where lions climb trees and a crater cradles cattle. From the Serengeti to the “City of Peace” you will find the biggest birds and the smallest antelopes, stunning scenery and practical people. This is East Africa Off The Map style. Join us and one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes on Earth for a rich adventure where you can truly live your destination.

Day-01 Nairobi
Upon arrival into Nairobi, you will be met and transferred to your hotel. Afternoon at leisure.
Overnight at your hotel.
Day-02 Nairobi - Masai Mara National Reserve
Leaving Nairobi after breakfast, you'll travel towards Kenya's fertile highlands and head down the Rift Escarpment on a road built by Italian prisoners of war during World War II. Look for the charming chapel they built at the foot of the escarpment. You'll pass the impressive Longonot earth satellite station as you head across the Valley to Narok, and then travel across acres of wheat and barley, before you reach the Masai Mara in time for lunch. Following lunch there is an afternoon game drive returning to the camp as the sun sets.
Overnight at your lodge or camp.
Day-03 Masai Mara National Reserve
After an early breakfast, clients will depart for a visit to a Masai village and a morning game drive, returning to the lodge for lunch and perhaps a siesta before setting off for an afternoon game drive, returning to the lodge as the sun sets.
Overnight at your lodge or camp.
Day-04 Masai Mara – Lake Nakuru – Lake Elementaita
Leaving the Masai Mara after breakfast you'll travel across the 'breadbasket' of Kenya, where acres of wheat and barley litter the landscape as you head north to Narok, the district headquarters of this part of Maasailand. Now travel across the vast plains on the floor of the Rift Valley, keeping an eye out for herds of giraffe and gazelle as you head up the Mai - Mahiu, before arriving at your lodge around midday. Following lunch depart for a game drive in Lake Nakuru National Park, returning to your camp as the sun sets. The waters at Lake Nakuru are often coloured shimmering flamingo pink, from the beautiful birds lining its shores.
Overnight at your lodge or camp.
Day-05 Lake Elementaita - Amboseli National Park
After an early breakfast continue to Lake Naivasha for a boat ride. Later, leaving the Rift Valley behind, proceed to Nairobi, collect a picnic lunch and then head south towards Amboseli arriving at your camp by late afternoon.
Overnight at your lodge or camp.
Day-06 Amboseli National Park
Depart the camp after a sumptuous breakfast for a full day game drive. Enjoy a picnic lunch at a picnic site, returning to the camp at around 4:00pm.
Overnight at your lodge or camp.
Day-07 Amboseli – Nairobi
Following an early breakfast, you'll catch your last views of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro as you depart Amboseli. Enjoy the leisurely drive to Arusha. The drive will take approximately 3-4 hours to arrive in Arusha for an overnight stay. Your professional safari guide will be sharing the safari briefing with you while you are having dinner.
Overnight at hotel.
Day-8 Arusha City - Tarangire National Park
You will depart early to Tarangire National Park. Tarangire is home to the largest elephant population in northern Tanzania along with plentiful numbers of zebras, giraffes, wildebeest, impalas, waterbucks, Grant gazelles, dik diks, jackals, lions, leopards, cheetahs, kudus, fringe eared Oryx, eland, wild dogs, hyenas, and hippos. The Tarangire River has water all year round and during the dry season, between July and October, many animals from the surrounding areas come to the river to drink. If you visit the park during the dry season, you will witness an unforgettable natural wonder as you observe exotic big mammals such as lions, giraffes, buffaloes, wildebeests, zebras, and various types of antelopes such as gazelles. During the dry season, Tarangire is also a haven for bird watchers with over 550 different species including the Maasai Ostrich - the world's largest bird. Around lunchtime, you will stop at a suitable picnic place. The afternoon is dedicated to more wildlife watching.
Overnight at your lodge or camp.
Sentrim Amboseli is located on the border of Amboseli National Park, right near Kimana gate. The entirely new 60 luxurious and comfortable deluxe ensuite tents are evenly spread out with a fantastic view of Mt Kilimanjaro. The main guest area consists of reception, lounge area, restaurant and bar lounge and gift shop.
Day-9 Tarangire NP - Lake Manyara NP – Lake Eyasi
After breakfast, depart with picnic lunch to Lake Manyara for the game drive. The park is green throughout the year because of its underground water sources. Its verdant color attracts hundreds of spectacular varieties of migratory and wetland birds flying overhead. It also attracts huge populations of flamingos because of its shallow alkaline-saline (salt) soda lake. This creates an ideal environment for microorganisms to grow that feed the flamingos. Manyara's natural habitat also includes large troops of baboons, velvet monkeys, blue monkeys, and tree climbing lions, hippos, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, buffalos, elephants, warthogs, impalas, Thomson-gazelles, and Grant gazelles. Leopards, cheetahs, rock/tree hyrax, kudus, elands, bushbucks, waterbucks, and dik-diks also live in this park.
Later in the evening drive to Lake Eyasi for evening leisure and hot dinner.
Day-10 Lake Eyasi cultural Visit – Karatu
Depart for cultural visit with the Hadzabe Bushmen, one of the most remote and last hunter-gatherer tribes on earth. We participate in various interactive daily activities with the Hadzabe, including a bush trek, hunting, honey gathering, baobab fruit foraging, tribal chanting, dancing and sitting around their daily campfires. The time spent with the Hadzabe Bushmen, as with other cultural groups visited, is not choreographed in a specific way. We just join in whatever they are doing during their day. As a result, it is important that we remain flexible because, if game is near, the Hadzabe dash off into the bush for it and we join them. In the late afternoon, we join the Datoga tribe, another well preserved traditional tribe in the Lake Eyasi area, and participate in whatever they are doing, such as making yogurt in a calabash, milking cows, making butter and joining their traditional dances.
Later in the afternoon, we drive back to Karatu for a leisurely evening and a hot dinner.
Day-11 Karatu – Serengeti NP
After breakfast, we proceed to the endless Serengeti plains. The Serengeti ecosystem is one of the oldest and well preserved on earth. The essential features of climate, vegetation, fauna and flora have barely changed over the past million years. The patterns of life, death, adaptation and migration are as old as the hills themselves.One of the greatest natural phenomenon on earth in the Serengeti is the "Great Migration," for which the Serengeti is perhaps most famous. The Great Migrations includes more than 2.5 million wildebeest driven by ancient rhythms and natural instincts, following water sources in a clockwise cycle traveling 600 miles per year. The Serengeti is also the best destination for viewing big cats and other wildlife species. After a full day game drive in in the Serengeti, we arrive at the lodge for evening leisure and hot dinner.
Day-12 Serengeti NP – Crater Rim Walking Safari - Karatu
After breakfast, depart with picnic lunch for final game drive in Serengeti NP. After lunch, you will be driving in the direction of the Ngorongoro Crater. As soon as you have reached the edge of the crater rim, the crater appears half a mile below you, inviting you to gaze at its natural wonder. You will be getting out of your safari jeep to enjoy the view while having a walking safari along the crater rim for an hour. Afterwards, you will proceed to Karatu for dinner.
Day-13 Ngorongoro Crater – Kilimanjaro International Airport
Early breakfast, and then descend into the crater for a half day crater tour. Ngorongoro Crater, formed 30 million years ago, is considered one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the natural world and one of Africa's most remarkable geological sites. It is 100 square miles and drops a half-mile. It contains a unique ecosystem inhabited by 30,000 animals. A caldera is the floor of a volcano that has dissolved and dropped over time. Inside the worlds' biggest caldera, you cannot fail to be captivated by the rich and diverse wildlife. In the grass steppes and Acacia forest you will find almost every type of animal from the East African Savanna. The Big Five and most of the animal species found in the Serengeti, including giraffes, zebra, hippos, wildebeest, and cheetahs, can be viewed in the Ngorongoro Crater close up. The Ngorongoro maintains the historic balance between people and nature in a way that is not possible in other parks in Tanzania.
After lunch, proceed to Kilimanjaro International Airport for your flight to the next destination or back home.

Masai Mara  & Mara, Lake Nakuru Natural Reserve

Game drives in Masai Mara N.P. 

Game safari in Amboseli National Park

Ngorongoro Crater Rim Walking Safari

Migratory birds at Lake Manyara

Game Safari Serengeti N.P. Wildebeest Migration.

Lake Eyasi & Hadzabe Bushmen

Game Safari’s, cultural visits, walking and short hikes

Unique Local Experiences:

Join the Masai Mara tribal people in their daily activities. Join Hadzabe Bushmen and Datoga tribe members in their daily activities (may include bush trek, foraging, dancing around campfire)


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