13 Days Kenya and Tanzania Adventure Africa Expedition Tour

Day 1: Nairobi to Masai Mara National Reserve

A morning departure brings us to the world-renowned Masai Mara, the northern extension of the famous Serengeti Plains. The incredible productivity of the rolling grasslands and tree studded woodlands will be witnessed firsthand. Countless wildebeest, zebra, and water buffalo are guaranteed. Elephant, giraffe, warthog, lion, cheetah, hyena, jackal are also all likely to be seen. The Mara’s numerous antelope species include hartebeest, topi, impala, eland, suni, bush duiker, steinbok, dikdik, and Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelle. Lion kills make for some great vulture viewing. The white-browned Robin-Chat’s lovely song at Lodge will wake you in the morning and call you to your Room in the evening. Dinner and overnight in Masai Mara Sopa Lodge.

Day 2: Masai Mara (full day)

You will be overwhelmed and satiated by the abundance of wildlife viewed in this park. Over 1.5 million wildebeest should be preparing for their southward migration to the Serengeti. The safari takes you to the Mara River where you will see and photograph hippos and large crocodiles lying in wait. Masai ostrich, crowned crane, helmeted guinea-fowl, kori bustard and the secretary bird will have you wondering what’s next on the fascinating bird list.

Day 3: Masai Mara to Lake Naivasha and Hell’s Gate Gorge

Travel day to Lake Naivasha. This is an opportune time to enjoy the countryside and people of Kenya. Part of the trip is along the Great Rift Valley, with a stop to view the escarpment. Lake Naivasha is a major agricultural production area in Kenya and a welcome break in the day’s travel. Hell’s Gate National Park features geysers, spectacular cliffs, and diverse wildlife. Over 100 species of birds have been recorded here. Overnight at Naivasha Sopa Spa.

Day  4: Lake Naivasha to Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru is a soda lake in Kenya’s Rift Valley known for it’s flamingos and pelicans. Other birds that are abundant throughout the park include the African fish eagle, sacred ibis, hamerkop, and bee eaters. Baboons, water bucks, and introduced black and white rhinos are exciting viewing additions. Overnight at Nakuru within the Park.

Day 5: Lake Nakuru - Amboseli

After a morning game drive through the park, you will travel Amboseli via Nairobi, on arrival check in the Amboseli Sopa Lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 6: Amboseli National Park (full day)

Mount Kilimanjaro is the backdrop of this elephant haven, and you will not be disappointed by this first-class safari experience. You will have no trouble getting up close and personal with these African icons (and host of other wildlife species), from the safety of your pop-up canopy safari vehicle. Guests will have the opportunity to hike up Observation Hill, providing for an ideal lookout of the plains and swamps below.

Day 7: Amboseli – Arusha

Have your final game drive as you check out the park, drive to Namanga border which is between Kenya and Tanzania, at this point you will get you visa which normally takes like 30min to process just in case you dont have one, then after the migration formalities we proceed on to Arisha arriving late early afternoon with a drop off to Arusha tourist Hotel for dinner and overnight.

Day 8: Arusha to Tarangire National Park to The Lodge

Morning departure to Tarangire National Park. Baobab studded Tarangire stretches southeast of Lake Manyara around the Tarangire River. It is one of the highest concentrations of wildlife of any of Tanzania’s parks. Overnight at the Lodge Site near Lake Manyara. Facilities include dining area, showers and swimming pool. Whistling bats are an added feature of the night life.

Day 9: Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara is a vegetatively diverse park set beneath the dramatic western escarpment of the Rift Valley. See the amazing Baobob tree, an assortment of Ficus and Acacia trees, and all the life that inhabits them. This is a birding paradise, with several species of hornbills being a highlight. The group will enjoy a safari tour to the far end of the park, noted for its hot springs, abundance of giraffe and African bush elephant. Don’t be surprised if you see mongoose, klipspringer, and the elusive rock hyrax. Lake Manyara is a soda lake, and is noted for its flamingos and other waterbirds. Overnight at the Lodge.

Day 10: Mto Wa Mbu to Olduvai Gorge and Serengeti National Park

Olduvai Gorge, the site of Louis and Mary Leakey’s pivotal discoveries that uncovered our human origins, is a stark, sere landscape. You will have lunch at the small information centre while hearing a talk about the meaning and importance of the archeological findings in the area. You will then proceed to Naabi Gate and enter the Serengeti on a game drive en route to Seronera. Overnight at the Wilderness Lodges.

Day 11: Serengeti National Park (full day)

The Serengeti, from the Masai word siringet, meaning “endless plains,” is the jewel in the crown of Tanzania's protected areas. It has one of the greatest assemblages of wildlife in the world. From the official park website: “The Serengeti ecosystem is one of the oldest on earth. The essential features of climate, vegetation and fauna have barely changed in the past million years. Overnight at the Wilderness Lodges

Day 12: Serengeti National Park - Ngorongoro

Early morning game drive in Serengeti; after lunch game drive en route to Naabi Gate, after which you drive to Wilderness Lodge, at the Ngorongoro Crater rim. Overnight at the Wilderness Lodges

Day 13: Ngorongoro Crater World Heritage Site - Arusha

A must see Conservation Area within this massive collapsed volcano, one of the largest calderas in the world. Ngorongoro’s grasslands, forest, swamps, saltpans, and Lake Magadi provide for an assortment of wildlife viewing opportunities. You are likely to see black rhinos, hippos, jackals, spotted hyena, lions, and their prey of wildebeest, water buffalo, and various gazelle species. Birding is excellent as well. The uncommon serval cat may be a bonus feature. Overnight at the Sinka Court Hotel in Arusha.

Prices everything included


Transport with safari Vehicle with pop-up roof
All park entrance fees
Accommodations in the Luxury tented self contained camps
Full board,three meals per day while on safari
Pick up from the airport upon arrival
Game drives
Drinking water


1.Tips for the drive
2.Entrance to the Masai village in Masai Mara{optional 15usd per person
payable direct to the Masai elders in the village}
3.Tanzania Visa


Small towel, toiletries, toilet paper

Sunscreen and lipbalm
First aid kit and insect repellent
Flash light
Camera with zoom lenses
Spare film or memory card and batteries or battery pack
Sun glass and sun hat
Long sleeved shirt and long trousers
Warm sweater
Day pack

make Reservation!

How To Pay


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Contact: Kenya

P. O. Box 7393 - 00300
Nairobi, Kenya
Kimathi Hse,
5th floor Room 502
Kenyatta Avenue
Opposite New Stanley Hotel

+254 721 714 458
+254 720 486 770

Office line:
+254 20 221 6793

Contact: Tanzania

+254 721 714 458
+254 720 486 770



Len Vanderstar

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