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This is a 2 nights safari staying in a camp. The safari starts from Nairobi through the rift valley view Point to Masai Mara. You will have evening game drive on first day and full day drive the second day with picnic lunch, the third day you have morning game drive then leave Masai Mara to Nairobi where the safari ends.
Amboseli Budget Camping Safari offers a spectacular view of the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. It is set amongst lush tropical gardens and tranquil ponds; this lodge is a veritable oasis in the dramatically arid surroundings of the Amboseli National Park.
Enjoy this holiday with beautiful portrayals of nature’s magnificence, witnessing the beauty of both wildlife and scenic nature. Masai Mara is flooded with Kenya’s richest concentration of wildlife, owing to Tanzanian migrators like lions, cheetahs, the Gazelles, wildebeest and zebras.
This safari tour allows visiting the two of the most prominent park of Maasai Mara game reserve and the Lake Nakuru National Park. While Maasai Mara is known for the Big Five and Wildebeest migration, Lake Nakuru is known for its pink flamingos, who literary turn Lake Nakuru’s lakeshore into a magnificent pink stretch.
If you have a desire for embarking on a trip of a lifetime and to witness the amazing wildlife sight in their natural habitat, 6 Days Masai Mara-Lake Nakuru and Amboseli is perfect for you. Kenya is one of the top destinations home to diverse National parks, that provide the best natural setting for a truly unique holiday experience.
Masai Mara Game Masai Mara Game Reserve on the other hand is Kenya’s most spectacular of all Kenyan parks and reserves, and here you have the best opportunity of spotting the Big Five – lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. The Reserve covers an area of 700 square miles and forms part of the Serengeti ecosystem and hence hosts the world famous spectacle of the annual migration of up to two million wildebeest.