camping safari staying in small private mobile
camps is one of the best ways to experience
Kenya's natural attractions. The camping safari
has been designed to include a variety of
habitats so that the widest diversity of
wildlife can be seen. The camps are sited in
private conservancies so that walking and night
drives may be taken but are also conveniently
located for easy access to Amboseli and Nakuru
national parks and the Masai Mara.
Duration: 6 nights/7 days
Day 1 Sunday:
Meet and transfer to your safari vehicle to be
driven from Nairobi to Selenkay Conservation
Area (102 miles, 4 hours), arriving for a late
lunch after setting up camp. Evening game drive
to explore the Conservancy. Dinner and overnight
in the camp at Selenkay.
Day 2 Monday: Early breakfast and then
drive through the bush into Amboseli National
Park for good views of Kilimanjaro and close-up
observation of elephants, as well as many other
species. Return to Selenkay after a picnic
lunch. Afternoon escorted walk to an authentic
Maasai village. Dinner followed by a night drive
to seek out the nocturnal animals. Overnight in
the camp at Selenkay.
Day 3 Tuesday: Morning drive back to
Nairobi for lunch and on to Congreve Conservancy
(190 miles), arriving in late afternoon. Set up
camp and then take an evening walk in the
Congreve Conservancy. Dinner and overnight in
Day 4 Wednesday: Early morning departure
after a continental breakfast for a full day in
Lake Nakuru National Park, with a picnic lunch.
In addition to the spectacle of the masses of
flamingo we expect to see rhino in addition to
many other species and have an excellent chance
of sighting leopard. Return to camp in the
evening for dinner and overnight.
Day 5 Thursday: After breakfast, pack up
camp and drive to Ol Kinyei Conservancy in the
Masai Mara (160 miles) to set up camp. This is a
long drive over a rough road and a stop is taken
in Narok town for lunch en route. After setting
up camp take an evening drive into the Ol Kinyei
Conservancy to see some of the wildlife for
which the Mara is famous. Return to the camp for
dinner and overnight.
Day 6 Friday: An early breakfast followed
by a full morning in the Mara Reserve, taking a
picnic lunch. Return to the camp for dinner and
Day 7 Saturday: Breakfast, then pack up
camp and return to Nairobi (160 miles, 5 hours),
arriving about 2 pm.
As an alternative to the long drive back to
Nairobi, we can transfer you to Siana Springs
airstrip to fly back to Nairobiís Wilson
Planning your safari holiday with Adams & Butler ensures a truly personal and intimate experience - a totally hassle free process from beginning to end.
If you would like to speak with us about your own unique requirements please do not hesitate to contact us.