Experience the adventure of a lifetime in Africa with Inclusive Holidays Africa!

Welcome to Kenya! For those who seek more adventurous trips, East Africa boasts a wealth of opportunities to satisfy any need. For those who prefer active safari, you will surely have a mind-blowing and fun experience worth remembering. Most of the time will be spent on do it yourself activities and less time riding in the vehicle.

Safari tour package:
A custom, tailor-made, private safari
Price per person*:
$1645 - $1980
Includes internal flights:
Length of safari:
8 days
Best months:
All year
Countries visited:
Parks visited:
Not specified
Activity level:
Easy - Game drives, bush dinners
Safari type:
Birding safaris Birding Boating safaris Boating
*Prices are estimates and used as guidelines only. Please contact the tour operator for an exact quote.
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Hike the Longonot cráter, Ride a boat and visit Crescent Island on Lake Naivasha, Ride a bike in Hells Gate National Park, and visit a remote village, and visit the famous Masai Mara National Reserve #1 highlight adventure. From tented camps to game-viewing drives with our expert, driver guides, it’s truly the ultimate experience.

Day        01:                          Nairobi

On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International airport with your evening flight, Inclusive Holidays Africa representatives will warmly meet you and welcome you to Kenya. We then transfer to our hotel, located in a serene environment; offering peace of heart and mind, a nice place to relax and unwind before you begin your safari. Nairobi is Kenya’s principal economic, administrative, and cultural center and is one of the largest and fastest growing cities in Africa. Nairobi means ‘place of cool waters’ in the Masai language. Our representative will help you through check-in and make sure you settled in well.

Overnight at Amber Hotel                             BB         



Day        02:                          Nairobi – Mt. Longonot - Naivasha

0630Hrs: You will be met by your driver guide and after a short briefing on what lies ahead we drive towards the Great Rift Valley Region go down the Escarpment at Mai Mahiu and proceed to Mt. Longonot in time for a morning hike to the crater.  Mount Longonot is a stratovolcano located southeast of Lake Naivasha in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, Africa. It is thought to have last erupted in the 1860s. Its name is derived from the Maasai word oloonong'ot, meaning "mountains of many spurs" or "steep ridges". A 3.1km trail runs from the park entrance up to the crater rim, and continues in a 7.2km loop encircling the crater. The whole tour (gate-around the rim-gate) of 13.5km takes about 4-5 hours allowing for necessary rest breaks - parts of the trail are heavily eroded and very steep. The gate is around 2150m asl and the peak at 2780m asl but following the jagged rim involves substantially more than the 630 m vertical difference.

1300Hrs: Proceed to our Lodge to arrive in time for check-in and late lunch.

Afternoon spent at leisure relaxing at the pool side of at your balcony overlooking the lake.

Dinner and overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club       LDBB



Day        03:                          Lake Naivasha – Lake Nakuru National Park - Lake Naivasha

After breakfast, you will enjoy a one hour boat ride in the Lake Naivasha and a visit to the Crescent Island for a game walkan island at Lake Naivasha. The shores host abundant birdlife especially huge numbers of pelicans, cormorants and fish-eagles with their haunting cry. There are more animals per acre than most Kenyan Parks, hence many film companies have been to the Island to film the herds of Wildebeeste, Waterbuck, Zebra and Gazelle. The island is not fenced to allow the wildlife on the mainland to come in as they lose their habitat to development and the ever increasing population. Hippo graze all over us at night then sleep under the acacia or rest in the water by day. The giraffe who were born on the Island return to give birth; sometimes you see three generations at a time. Hyena come to hunt at night but are not resident on the island, the many python who do live here can be seen occasionally with a kill. Groups of Buffalo come and go but they are always monitored. We then drive to Lake Nakuru National Park - The 68km2 alkaline Lake Nakuru is home to hundreds of lesser and greater flamingoes. Enjoy your packed lunches at the baboon cliff and continue with your game drives. The environment here is welcoming, one of the best places to relax, to unwind, to enjoy nature’s beauty. The scenery is breath-taking; a sight of the virgin forest is re-assuring. Some of the interesting places to visit include the baboon cliff, the lion hill and the Mau escarpment.  The park is one of the best game viewing parks with various animal species including prides of lion, Cape buffalo, waterbucks, wart hogs, the endangered Rothschild giraffes, the black & white Rhino, the Burchell’s zebra, impalas, and the elusive leopard among many others. Over 300 bird species have been recorded here too. This is one of the best places to see the endangered black and white Rhino.

1700Hrs: Drive back to Naivasha before dusk.

Dinner and overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club       LDBB



Day        04:                          Lake Naivasha – Hells Gate National Park

0730Hrs: Today after breakfast, we taked our bikes and ride to Hells gate National Park for a morning adveture that involves game walk where you will have close encounters with zebra, giraffe, and a spectrum of other animals and birds. There are also fascinating sights of volcanic formations, geysers and hot springs.

1200Hrs: Ride back to the Lodge for lunch.

1500Hrs: Drive to Elsemere Conservation trust for an afternoon tea, visit the Museum, watch the Born free video and time allowing participate in a tree planting activity/Conservation activity. The  story of the raising of an orphan lion cub by Joy and George Adamson in the 1950s and her subsequent release into the African bush is one of the great conservation stories of all time.  This is the Adamson’s former home at the shores of Lake Naivasha in Kenya’s Rift Valley where his long time commitment to wildlife conservation still continues in this wildlife and education centre.

1800Hrs: Drive back to the Lodge

Dinner and overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club       LDBB



Day        05:                          Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara Game Reserve

A hearty early (0630Hrs) breakfast then drive to the Masai Mara National Reserve, offering wonderful scenery and plenty of game.

1330Hrs: We arrive at our camp to a very warm welcome for lunch, some leisure.

1530Hrs: This afternoon is the moment we have been longing for – we depart on an exciting game viewing drive. The Rolling plains and grasslands, stretching far into the horizons as far as the eye can see is home to the black-manned lion, the savannah elephant, the Cape buffalo, wildebeests, the elusive leopard, cheetah, the spotted & stripped hyena, the rhino, topi, burchelle’s zebra, the Maasai giraffe among many others. The Mara game reserve is one that can never disappoint. One is spoilt by the variety of bird and wildlife species in this game reserve….. For a long time, Mara Game Reserve has stubbed her authority as the ‘granary’ of wildlife in Kenya.

1800Hrs Drive back to the camp before dusk.

Dinner and overnight at Mara Leisure Camp         LDBB



Day        06:          21st Aug                                Masai Mara Game Reserve

0630Hrs: Breakfast at your camp.

0800Hrs: Drive out for a morning game drive

1200Hrs: Drive back to the camp for lunch.

1530Hrs: Drive out for an afternoon game drive.

We are right in time for the greatest spectacle on earth; the eighth wonder of the world – the wildebeest migration. From July to October, the fields are awash with thousands of wildebeests that yearly migrate from the Serengeti National park in Tanzania to Masai Mara in search of pasture.

They cross the Nile crocodile invested Mara River. Tens of them drawn in the ranging waters, others are captured and killed by the giant crocodiles. The wildebeests are closely followed by Burchell’s zebras and impalas. Predators too in their hundreds also follow and lay in wait for those animals that become weak or incapacitated during the long journey for a kill. Be on the look-out for the big five that Maasai Mara is famous for. These include the lion, savannah (African) elephant, the Cape buffalo, the leopard and the black rhino. In the early 20th century, Kenya was a famous hunting destination. Killing any of the big five game one pride, a sense of class, a feeling of heroism. We may even be so lucky to witness a leopard or a cheetah sprint and make a kill!

1800Hrs: We return back to the camp before dusk.

All meals and overnight at Mara Leisure Camp    LDBB







Day        07:                          Masai Mara Game Reserve

0730Hrs: After breakfast we drive out with our packed lunches for a full day game drive in the reserve and try and see as much as we can.

1700Hrs: Drive back to the camp

Dinner and overnight at Mara Leisure Camp         LDBB



Day        08:                          Masai Mara Game Reserve – Nairobi & Depart

After breakfast check-out (0800Hrs) and bid good bye to your camp manager for hosting; not empty handed though. With us are photographs – a capture of the special moments we have had on this tour to immortalize the experience. Drive back to Nairobi, to arrive early in the afternoon (1300Hrs) and drive to the carnivore restaurant for a complimentary farewell lunch.

1600Hrs: Transfer to the airport in time for your onward international flight.


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Listed below are hotels/lodges/resorts that the safari tour operator can accomodate for you.

  • Amber Hotel Nairobi Lake Naivasha Country Club Mara Leisure Camp

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