5 Days 4 Nights Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru And Lake Naivasha Safari Joining
Lake Naivasha, Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru have left an indelible mark in Kenya’s tourism market place since they have left an enduring legacy in many ways. To begin with, it was in Lake Naivasha that the naturalist Joy Adamson and her husband George settled down to reintroduce the lioness Elsa into her natural environment. Moreover, at an extra cost we can organize a canoe trip to Crescent Island to see giraffes, gazelles, zebras and wildebeest. Also, at dawn and sunset, your private guide can also take you on an immersive walking safari around Lake Naivasha.
As for the Masai Mara, it is part of one of the largest preserved ecosystems on the planet. Consequently, listed as a World Heritage of Humanity, this park is the scene of the largest animal migration. Indeed, this large migration brings together more than 1 million wildebeest and several hundreds of predators. Furthermore, the migration in the Masai Mara can stretch upto 40 kilometers. Finally we have Lake Nakuru which is home to a dense and varied fauna, including many black and white rhinos. Furthermore, since Lake Nakuru is mostly lightly salted, it is a real ornithological paradise. Indeed, to have a more interactive experience in the park you can opt for a safari on foot or by mountain bike.
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Departure TimeApproximately 8.30AM
Return TimeApproximately 2.00 PM
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable and light