Masai Mara Game Reserve.
We shall leave Nairobi for Masai Mara National Reserve, down the great rift valley escarpemnt walls with a short stop at the View Point sight-seeing, picture taking and buying souvenir. We shall arrive here in time for an evening game drive with lunch enroute.
The first sight of this national wonderland is breathtaking and one to last a lifetime.Dinner will be provided from our camp kitchen or at the Lodge.
The second day will have two game drives: a pre-breakfast game drive and a late afternoon one.During these game drives,you will get to see the great herds of shuttling elephants browsing among rich tree studded grasslands or the occasional sighting of an ill tempered rhino or better still the seemingly drowsy crocodile sunbathe on the river banks,mouth agape waiting with subtle cunning for prey at which to strike with lightning swiftness.
Thomson's and Gant's gazelle,topi,eland and many more species of plains offer a rich choice of food for the dominant predators ;lion,leopard, and cheetah which hunt in this pristine wilderness.
Who knows,maybe this time might witness the march of the wildebeest,from the Serengeti plains in search of greener pastures to the border of Kenya and the Masai Mara.
Driving in the midst of this great herds is an unimaginableexperience.Whilst eyes feast on this spectacle,the air carries the smells,the dust and the sounds of hundreds of thousands of animals.
We shall leave the Mara after lunch to yet another wildlife paradise,the Lake Nakuru National Park.
This park is not only the home of wildlife like the endangered black rhino,the rothchild's giraffe,the waterbuck and predators like the lion and leopard,but is wild famous as the location of the pink flamingo whose vast numbers literally turn the Lake horizon pink.
We spend the night in the tastefully designed Lake Nakuru Lodge,whose noble efforts in wildlife conservation are well appreciated.
We start the day with an early morning game drive and then leave for Nairobi after Lunch.