Kenya: Save up to 52% on a five-day tour package at Aberdares, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara Game Reserve from Private Safari
- Save up to 52% on a five-day private safari tour package
- Visit exquisite Kenya
- Groupon includes: Meet and greet services at JKI Airport on arrival and departure; accommodation and meals as stipulated in the itinerary; transport in a six-seater pop-up roof safari minivan vehicle with an English speaking driver guide; park and reserve entrance fees and game viewing drives as per the itinerary; two bottles (0.5 l) of mineral water per person per day while on safari; lunch at Carnivore Restaurant on the last day in Nairobi; all Government taxes and levies
- Includes Flying Doctor Coverage
- Ideal as an adventure holiday
- All travel must be completed by 31 March 2013
- Not valid for travel until September 2012
- Reservation required: +254 20 360 7000; +254 20 360 7242 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Groupon does not include visa
- Groupon excludes flights
- Valid passport essential
- Two Groupons must be bought when purchasing the per person sharing options
- Price excludes personal expenses like drinks, laundry, insurance and baggage insurance; tips and gratuities to lodge’s/camp’s/hotel’s staff and driver - guide(s); optional excursions; any other item(s) not included or mentioned in the itinerary
- Rates are subject to seasonal limitations
- Private Safaris will schedule departures, subject to minimum of four guests
- Tours are non-exclusive
- Child-friendly option
- Please take note of Health Requirements when visiting Kenya
- Extension stays can be booked with Private Safaris - enquire direct; surcharges apply
- To qualify for Flying Doctor Coverage, clients need to give Private Safaris the name of their insurer and insurance policy number prior to travelling
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- Terms and Conditions apply
Pay R9 075 per person sharing for a five-day tour, from November 2012 to December 2012, valued at R18 900
Pay R9 817 per person sharing for a five-day tour, from January 2013 to March 2013, valued at R19 080
Pay R9 915 per person sharing for a five-day tour, from September 2012 to October 2012, valued at R19 080
Pay R10 650 for a five-day tour for a single traveller, from November 2012 to December 2012, valued at R18 580
Pay R11 799 for a five-day tour for a single traveller, from September 2012 to October 2012, valued at R18 800
Pay R11 970 for a five-day tour for a single traveller, from January 2013 to March 2013 valued at R19 080
Day one: Nairobi to Aberdares
An early pickup from the airport before driving to Aberdares. From Nairobi, you will pass through the industrial town of Thika and the intensely cultivated farms of central Kenya. Arriving at Aberdares Country Club you can relax until a delicious lunch is served. Then you will be transferred in a lodge vehicle to The Ark Lodge in the Aberdares National Park. Aberdares National Park has a diverse topography that includes icy rivers, spectacular waterfalls and rain forests. Leopard, elephant, serval, water buck, reed buck, dik-dik, rhino and the rare bongo can all be found there. Dinner and overnight stay at The Ark will complete your first day.
Day two: Aberdares to Lake Naivasha
After breakfast at The Ark Lodge, transfer back to Aberdares Country Club before driving to Lake Naivasha. Arrive for lunch and then enjoy an afternoon at leisure and a boat ride. An optional visit to Crescent Island can be provided at an extra cost before a dinner and overnight stay at Lake Naivasha Country Club.
Drive via the Great Rift Valley to arrive at Masai Mara in time for lunch at Keekorok Lodge. After lunch, an afternoon game drive until dusk will enthral animal lovers. The Mara offers a variety of wildlife, including lions, rhinos, hippos, crocodiles, giraffe, wildebeests, zebras, buffalo, warthogs, hyenas, jackals, wild dogs, leopard, many kinds of antelopes and elephant. It is in the Mara that the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti search of water and pasture occurs. Following on their heels are the predators of the savannah – lion, cheetah, wild dog, jackal, hyena and vultures. Dinner and overnight stay at Keekorok Lodge.
Day four: Masai Mara National Game Reserve
Enjoy an early morning game drive in the Mara before returning for breakfast. Spend the rest of the morning at leisure, before indulging in a delicious lunch. An afternoon game drive until dusk will delight, before dinner and an overnight stay at Keekorok Lodge.
Day five: Masai Mara National Game Reserve to Nairobi to departure
Full buffet breakfast at the lodge. Check out and drive to Nairobi to arrive in time for lunch at Carnivore Restaurant. After lunch, transfer to Jomo Kenyatta International airport for your departure flight.
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The gardens are beautiful with sweeping lawns, colourful bushes, and a lovely stroll to the waters edge. We had a great Sunday buffet there with a variety of foods to suit all tastes. Helpful staff and great service
Over 700 square miles of lush, sun-drenched plains encircle Keekorok Lodge, the oldest property in the Masai Mara Game Reserve in southwest Kenya. Having opened in 1962 on a choice 80-acre site, guests can experience an unparalleled wildlife adventure. Ideally situated in the direct path of the spectacular animal migration that occurs every year from July to October and surrounded by permanent springs and lush grasslands, Keekorok Lodge teems with wildlife and is the perfect destination for a safari adventure.
Located amidst a green forest keekorok is the best place for a holiday. Food is good and the staff is friendly. The weather for us was really nice. The hippo pool was an add-on and one could spot the hippos in the early morning
The Ark Lodge
Think of a little wooden lodge at the edge of a watering hole in the middle of a forest. Now add to it the comforts of a three-star, with cosy rooms, buffet meals, fantastic open as well as enclosed viewing galleries from where you can spot a diverse array of wildlife 24/7 and you have The Ark at Nyeri, in the Aberdare national Park, Kenya