Safari Kenya 30th July to
Wildlife Migration Safari 2015 6 Days
The Great Wildebeest Migration is a spectacular Natural Phenomenon that
happens in Masai Mara Game Reserve
JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER - Most affordable masai mara migration
tour package 2015
By July the countless herds have amassed along the swollen Mara River
- a final barrier from the short sweet grasses of the Masai Mara. Sometimes
the crossing place they have chosen is shallow allowing the majority of
animals to pass safely. In other areas the waters boil with drowning wildebeest
and slashing crocodiles. Between July and October the wildebeest reside
in the Mara
you the Best Migration Kenya safari based on private safari Vehicle,Unlimited
game drives ,Standard accomdoation in masai mara ,Professional driver
Guides Making it one of the most affordable masai mara migration viewing
with Ample time and on 3 different accomodations just to ensure you get
it in time.Best time to book is Betweem Mid July to August to MId October
Migration of masai mara program as follows:
JULY, AUGUST, SEPTEMBER,
OCTOBER - Most affordable masai mara migration tour package 2015
By July the countless
herds have amassed along the swollen Mara River - a final barrier from
the short sweet grasses of the Masai Mara. Sometimes the crossing place
they have chosen is shallow allowing the majority of animals to pass safely.
In other areas the waters boil with drowning wildebeest and slashing crocodiles.
Between July and October the wildebeest reside in the Mara
We offer you the Best
Migration Kenya safari based on private safari Vehicle,Unlimited game
drives ,Standard accomdoation in masai mara ,Professional driver Guides
Making it one of the most affordable masai mara migration viewing with
Ample time and on 3 different accomodations just to ensure you get it
in time.Best time to book is Betweem Mid July to August to MId October
Find our Migration
of masai mara program as follows:
six-day safari to Kenya's Masai Mara NP with special emphasis on
photographing the Great Migration crossing the Mara River, running the
gambit of swift currents and hundreds of Nile Crocodiles.
This is a high season safari of a lifetime. Over 300,000 wildebeest die
from drowning, stampedes, Nile Crocodiles and other predators every year
crossing the Mara River. Even this carnage is not enough to reduce the
Wildebeest's numbers with its annual birth rate of over 400,000.
Day 1- Nairobi, Kenya - (Kenya Comfort Hotel) You will be met at
the Nairobi airport and transferred to Hotel.
Day 2 and 3 Masai Mara After breakfast, we Drive to
Masai Mara Game Reserve. We will stay at the Mid Luxury camp on
Talek wildebeest migration entim camp
first game drive will be after lunch. The Masai Mara is world famous for
its black-mane lions and the
annual migration of the wildebeest, listed as one of the eight natural
wonders of the modern world. We will spend 2½ days photographing
the wildebeests and zebras crossing the Mara River and the resident and
migratory predators of the region. As we cross the Masai Mara plains,
we will focus our attention on lions, leopards, endangered Black rhinos
and other species of wildlife including several hundred species of bird.
The most dramatic and memorable safari experience will be observing 1.5
million wildebeest migrating between Kenya & Tanzania at the numerous
wildlife crossings on the Mara River. We will head for those crossings
hoping to photograph the Wildebeest as they gather by the thousands on
the banks of the river. Wildebeests run a dangerous gambit trying to cross
the Mara River as several hundred Nile crocodiles try to reduce their
numbers. With the swift current, eminent stampedes and deadly crocodile
jaws, you have a guaranteed recipe for mass genocide.
Day 4 All day game drive as we head east transferring from
to Ol Moran Camp
Day 5 rising early for a quick breakfast, we'll hit the road.
The all day game drive will feature a box lunch as we continue to photograph
the Mara.After returning to camp late in the day we can have a drink,
appetizers or a refreshing shower before sitting down for dinner andthen
quiet conversation as we listen to the sounds of Africa! Ol Moran Camp
Day 6 - Masai Mara-Nairobi After an early morning game drive, lunch
and shower we will fly to Nairobi and our flight home
The price quoated
1. Accommodation as detailed in the itinerary.
2. All meals as provided in the itinerary.
3. Transportation in a chauffeur driven4x4 with pop-up roof for easy game
viewing & photography.
4. Services of an English /spanish/french/Russian speaking tour/guide
5. Game viewing drives and parks entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary.
6. All Government taxes and levies.
7. Mimimum of one Litre Mineral water a day while on safari only
8. All arrival and departure transfers
9. 24 hours stand-by contact number
10. Guaranteed window seat in the minivan
11. Two-way long range high frequency radio communication in each minivan
12.Unlimited Game drives
13.Flying Doctors Medical insuarance
14.Entrance to masai boma homestead at masai mara game reserve
15. On safari accessories in the minivan: - First-aid kit, wildlife books,
binoculars, cool box and fire extinguisher
NCLUDED In The Kenya Wildlife Photo Safari
Meet and Greet Services with airport assistance
Arrival and departure airport transfers with assistance
Complimentary Gateway City Orientation Tour on the arrival day
Complimentary baggage handling of two pieces per person
Free excess baggage storage in the Gateway City
Express check-in with assistance in your city hotels and safari lodges
Bed and breakfast accommodation in your City Hotel (Safari Park Village)
Full board accommodation whilst on Safari at all safari lodges
Transport in 4x4 safari vehicles with window seat guarantee (Max 3 in
Four intra-safari domestic flights as scheduled on the itinerary
Supply of bean bags, electricity converters (British type) and multi-plugs
At least a pair of standard Binoculars in each safari vehicle
All parks and game reserve entry gate fees including vehicle & driver
Unlimited supply of bottled mineral water on safari and game drives
Unlimited game viewing drives / photo sessions per day whilst on safari
(Optional) Day rooms, if required, on the last day at a City Hotel
Services of an English - speaking and professional safari driver/guide
Farewell Barbeque lunch at Nairobi's famous Carnivore Restaurant
All Government taxes and levies where applicable
EXCLUDED In The Kenya Wildlife Photo Safari
International Airfares in and out of Nairobi, Kenya.
Tourist entry Visa to Kenya (US$ 50 PP) also available on arrival
Travel Insurance Cover, Personal or Baggage (Recommended)
International airport(s) departures taxes (if not included in your ticket)
Optional excursions not mentioned in the inclusions and/or quoted separately
Expenses of personal nature such as phone calls, internet, laundry etc.
All alcoholic drinks, wines and spirits.
Tips and gratuities to driver guides/lodge/hotel staff
All other extras not mentioned in the 'included'
VALUE ADDED FEATURES: The AfriChoice! Difference
Membership to AMREF's Flying Doctors Emergency Evacuation Programme*
NB: The AMREF's Flying Doctors Emergency
Evacuation Programme ONLY covers the cost of evacuating the casualties
from emergency site to the nearest hospital by air or ground ambulance
but does not cover hospitalization bills.
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Morning safaris can be chilly, you may want
to bring a
sweater/fleece with a t shirt underneath, it will warm up
considerably by mid morning. The afternoons will be very hot
and the evenings are mild but not cold.
On safari most people wear shorts and a T-shirt
during the day
and put on long sleeved shirts and long pants in the evening
for protection from mosquitoes. Should you be particularly
sensitive to the sun a loose cotton shirt is essential during
Below is a list of suggested items to bring:
2 pair khaki cotton pants (jeans are rather hot)
2 pair sturdy shorts
1 skirt or dress slacks for hotel evenings (optional)
2 long sleeved shirts (for sun protection as well as warmth).
1 light sweater or sweatshirt
1 lightweight, waterproof windbreaker
1 pair sturdy walking shoes or running shoes
1 pair sandals
3-5 short-sleeved or T-shirts
1 bathing suit
1 bandanna (many uses! I usually wet mine and wrap it around
my neck for the afternoon tours to keep me cool)
1 hat with a brim (baseball caps cover your nose but not your
A flashlight will be in each tent for after the generator is
turned off later in the night, we usually bring an extra one
or a head light. It is also good to have one at night walking
to and from the dining area.
Any RX medicines needed, bee sting kit etc.
Suggest bringing Pepto-bismal, sunscreen, feminine protection,
cold/allergy caplets, siperal
Ear plugs (for plane)
Hairdryer with adapting voltage (220volt needed)
Paperback reading material for the afternoons and around the
Snacks, trail mix, gum, hard candies – I usually bring the
single serving sizes of
Crystal Light to add to my water bottles – if you have any
extra at the end of the trip leave them for the guides – they
3 prong (triangle shape) UK plug adapters - 220Volt
Luggage tags on all bags
A few plastic grocery bags (always needed for something)
Alarm clock ( every night you will be asked at dinner what
time you will like a wake up call – your room staff will
come to your tent each morning and wake you up with cookies
Clothing - Carry basic essentials in carryon, half your
clothes in your bag/half in your partner's bag if traveling
with someone. If one of our bags is lost, you still have half
Flight Bag - This is a small, lightweight carryon that can be
folded flat and takes practically no room when it is placed on
the bottom of your bag. Comes in very handy when you bring
back more than you can place in your luggage.
Gifts - Quite often I bring gifts to give
to the local village
we will visit, our guides and staff. Last year I told everyone
to bring anything they do not wear/use anymore in a spare bag
and/or school supplies. The people in the villages will
appreciate ANYTHING you bring. Used/new clothes
(adult/baby/child), watches, flip flops, plastic bowls, pens
they have nothing. You will not only have a spare bag to bring
back gifts you buy from them but your heart will feel good.
These people need to be supported, they have been taught not
to kill the animals or tourist won’t come. They are not pushy
to tourists, they smile and are friendly. They will sing and
dance in bright colors for you to take pictures. Education is
very important to them and they wish to learn. School supplies
are like gold. Thank you in advance! The guides like music, I
usually make them some CDs of music (country, gospel, soft
rock). We usually leave any unused supplies with them on the
last night…no need to hall them home and they will be
Laundry – you can leave your laundry in your
tent with the
plastic bag provided each morning on your bed – your clean
laundry will be returned to you by the time you are back from
your evening game drive. No need to overpack please!
Netting – there is netting provided around
your bed in each
tent incase of mosquitoes
(There are few insects but there maybe mosquitoes in the
evenings. The lodges provide insect repellent wipes in your
tents to use.
Camera Needs – batteries, charger and adaptor
angle lens & telephoto lens
Roller backpack style bags work well, you
can usually roll
your bag to and from your tent to the vehicles. Nothing too
big for the international flights, they are not as easy going
as they are in North American about carry ons.
The suggested vaccinations are:
Hepatitis A & B (now give as a combo shot, good for life )
Polio (one-time booster shot )
Malaria Pills (Malarone is a good one)