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This tour proposes you to discover the two most suitable countries to experience the thrill of a unique safari.You will visit all the most beautiful parks in Kenya and Tanzania: from the Masai Mara to Lake Naivasha and Crescent Island, from the Amboseli to the Serengeti and finally the Ngorongoro Crater.

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This itinerary was imagined by our local agent with only one idea in mind: to inspire you . Each element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from the duration to the type of accommodation and activities.

Day 1: Arrival in Kenya

Arrival at Nairobi airport where a member of our team will pick you up to take you to the hotel. Depending on the time of arrival it will be possible to pay a visit to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and / or the Giraffe center. 

Day 2: Masai Mara Game Reserve

Early in the morning we head towards the Masai Mara National Reserve with its breathtaking views, an abundance of unusual flora and fauna and vast expanses as far as the eye can see. It is in this area that the great migration takes place every year, between Kenya and Tanzania, towards and from the Serengeti National Park, of millions of animals, including wildebeest, antelope and zebras. 

Day 3: Masai Village and Safari

In the morning before entering the park we will visit a Masai village (not included) where we will have direct contact with some representatives of this fascinating ethnic group. 

Entering the park, we will begin the photo safari. We will also search for the Big Five (elephant, lion, rhino leopard and buffalo) which are possible to observe in the reserve. We will stop in the park for a picnic. After lunch we will leave for another game drive until sunset. 

Day 4: Walking Safari on Crescent Island

Early in the morning, transfer to Lake Naivasha. In the early afternoon we will depart from the shores of the lake to reach Crescent island by boat. During the crossing you can observe many species of birds including the fish eagle, cormorants and pelicans. Once you arrive on the island you will do a walking safari. Chosen to shoot some scenes of the film “My Africa”, this island is a real Eden with its characteristic African landscapes propped up by umbrella-shaped acacia trees. You will walk in an idyllic scenery among wild animals that will surround you including water antelopes, zebras, gazelles, giraffes. Packed lunch. 

Day 5: Safari at Amboseli National Park

In the morning, after breakfast, we leave for the park of Amboseli, where, after lunch, we will take a game drive. The park crosses the border between Kenya and Tanzania and boasts an endless supply of water that comes from the melting snow of Mount Kilimanjaro. In addition to the magnificent spectacle of Mount Kilimanjaro in the park there is also the opportunity to meet the Masai people. Packed lunch and in the afternoon another safari with the possibility of visiting the Observation Hill where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the savannah. Packed lunch. 

Day 6: Departure for Tanzania

In the morning we will do the last safari in the park. Leaving the park we will reach the border with Tanzania, where, in the town of Namanga, after having completed the customs procedures, there will be a transfer to the car of the local Tanzanian agency. Your guide will be waiting for you for the transfer to Karatu (about 3-4 hours). If you have time, desire and energy we can stop in the local markets and villages along the way. 

Day 7: Departure for the Serengeti through Ngorongoro Conservation Area

After breakfast we leave the village of Karatu and enter the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. We continue crossing the Ngorongoro highlands up to the entrance of the Serengeti park where we begin the real game drive of these days. 

Day 8: Serengeti Photosafari

The Serengeti Park is the most beautiful park in all of Africa, a boundless plain that you can admire from the vantage point at Naabi gate. The Great Migration moves in the park in search of fresh pastures crossing the crocodile-infested rivers. It is the best park for spotting felines and predators in general. 

Day 9: Fotosafari in the Ngorongoro crater

After breakfast departure for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area for wildlife sighting in the famous crater with picnic lunch. 

More than 30,000 animals and a large number of birds live in the Ngorongoro Crater, which have settled in the area thanks to the presence of the lakes. Today we will be able to photograph together different species such as zebra, wildebeest, warthog and antelope, predators like hyenas and lions will not be missing. 

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