12 Days Kenya Beach Safari From Nairobi

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This is It – Our Ultimate Tour
Starts Nairobi/Ends Mombasa and beach areas – We’ll pick you up from the airport or your hotel.

This is the Big One – Our Ultimate Safari from Nairobi to the Kenya Coast. Get ready for 12 full days of safari action at 8 of our finest parks. All the exciting wildlife, the dramatic landscapes and the adventure of a total safari experience. You’ll journey over Kenya’s roads, hills and savannahs in the legendary safari vehicle – a 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep.

Park fees Accommodations
12 days safari Professional guide
Guide gratuity

–Tour Highlights–

Samburu Game Reserve
– Local cultures, subsistence and commercial farming activities
– Snow capped Mount Kenya
– Different climatic and vegetation zones
– Oryx, Gerenuk, Somali ostrich, Gravy’s zebra, Reticulated Giraffe, Elephant etc
– Samburu tribes & culture
Ol Pejeta Game Sanctuary
– Game viewing drives including opportunities to see Rhino and Chimpanzee
– Elephants, Tree hyrax, White tailed mongoose, Black Fronted Dicker, Mole Rat, Bushbuck, Waterbuck, Elands, Rhino, Chimpanzee.
Aberdare National Park
– 1 day with evening game viewing from the balcony of your tree hotel

Masai Mara Game Reserve
– Unlimited game viewing drives
– Tree studded typical savannah terrain and a multitude of Wild animal species
– Colorful Masai tribesmen
Lake Nakuru national park
– Bird watching
– Rhino sanctuary
– The Great Rift valley escarpment – awesome scenery

 Lake Naivasha
– Boat safari
– Guided walking safari at Crescent Island
– Bird watching
– Bicycle ride / Game walk / Drive at Hell’s Gate
Amboseli national park
– Game viewing drives
– Views of Mount Kilimanjaro ( highest mountain in Africa) – weather permitting
– Observation hill with 360 degree views of the Amboseli national park

Tsavo west national park
– Scenic hills and valleys, awesome scenery, the Mzima springs, birds and animals.


Day 1: Nairobi Kenya-Samburu Game Reserve (320km-Approx.6hrs)

0730hrs: Pick up from your Nairobi hotel or Nairobi airport

Depart Nairobi and proceed to the Samburu game reserve.

The scenic drive is via the Kenya highlands with views of  tea, coffee and subsistence farmlands.

You shall experience different climatic and vegetation  zones on today’s drive including the highlands and semi arid desert conditions of northern Kenya.

Afternoon game viewing drive at Samburu.

Dinner and Overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice.

MEAL: Lunch & Dinner


Day 2 : Full Day Samburu Game Reserve

Day shall be spent at the Samburu game reserve with game viewing drives.

The park boasts big cats and lots of elephants in its desert-like environment, but also some species that you might not see elsewhere like the Grevy’s zebra, the reticulated giraffe and African wild dogs.

Punctuating the rugged terrain are the green expanses of the Shaba and Buffalo Springs Reserve, good spots for game drives. We’ll also be tracking wildlife along the Ewaso Nyiro River, a major water source and natural draw for the animals.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice.

MEAL: Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


Day 3: Samburu-Ol Pejeta(180km-Approx.37hrs)

Early game viewing drive at the Samburu game reserve.

From this desert environment, we’ll move onto the cooler reaches passing through the shadow of Mt. Kenya and onto this private sanctuary for rhino and chimpanzee. Here we’ll find the largest population of black rhino in East Africa and the last two surviving northern white rhino in the world.

But Ol Pejeta also offers chances to see Africa’s “Big Five” including six prides of lions and over 30 cheetahs. Other endangered and little-seen species spotted at the sanctuary include oryx, hartebeest, white-tailed mongoose and the tree hyrax.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


Day 4: Ol Pejeta-Aberdare National Park(80km-Approx.1hrs)

Morning shall be spent with game viewing drives around the game sanctuary.

Later proceed to the Aberdares National park

Everything about this national park is different – think mountains with thick rainforests, waterfalls and a cool climate. Even your accommodation is special here – you’ll be lodging in a tree hotel!

From your treehouse balcony, you’ll be looking for the park’s elephant, hyena, black rhino, baboon and monkey, plus over 290 species of birdlife including buzzard, hawk and eagle.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


Day 5: Aberdare-Lake Nakuru (190km-Approx.4hrs)

Later proceed to the lake Nakuru national park.

As we journey on to Lake Nakuru, we’ll make a stop at the stunning Thompson’s Falls, a 74 m (243 ft) high falls that dramatically cascades into a deep gorge. All along this route we’ll take in farmland and the towering Rift Valley escarpment.

Lake Nakuru National Park: Due to some progressive natural factors like increasing water levels , the flamingo numbers have been reducing  but the park itself remains  stunning – one of Kenya’s finest. Great rocky escarpments tower over acacia forest, waterfalls, wooded hills and euphorbia trees dot the lake.

The few quantity of  flamingos is accompanied by other birdlife – pelicans, cormorants, kingfishers, ostriches, storks as well as herons and eagles. The scene here is bountiful, busy and full of color.

But that’s only the beginning of what this special park has to offer because the wildlife viewing here is easy and accessible. Lake Nakuru is known for hosting some endangered but beautiful species. You’re sure to see rare Rothschild’s Giraffe along with white rhino, especially along the lakeshore.

We’ll also visit the rhino sanctuary here. It offers protections to white rhino and one of Kenya’s largest populations of the black rhino.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 6: Lake Nakuru-Masai Mara(290km-Approx.6hrs)

Morning bird and game viewing drives

Proceed to the Masai Mara game reserves with stops at  scenic points.

Afternoon game viewing drives

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 7 : Masai Mara National Reserve

Today shall be a game viewing extravaganza!

Everyone has heard of the Masai Mara, Kenya’s and perhaps the world’s most famous and popular park. Why? One reason is that the reserve is pleasing to the eye with its vast rolling hills and beautiful acacia trees. Also, it offers a dense and diverse array of wildlife – it is difficult to miss the masses of animals hunting, stalking and grazing the plains here.

Even more so during the Great Migration (July – October) when millions of wildebeest and zebra invade the Mara River from the neighboring Serengeti. The sight is an unforgettable spectacle of life in an endless cycle of survival. Nearby, crocodile and lions lie in wait.

Kenya Randu Safaris offers two optional excursions at the Mara. You can take an early morning hot air balloon ride over this unforgettable spectacle, and also visit the local Maasai people to learn about them and their ancient herding culture. Just ask your driver/guide and he’ll be happy to make arrangements for this and other requests.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL :Breakfast ,Lunch & Dinner


Day 8 : Masai Mara-Lake Naivasha (240km-Approx.4.5hrs)

After a final morning game drive, we’ll depart for Lake Naivasha and its nearby parks. The area is a colourful mix of forests, waterfalls, extinct volcanoes and dramatic towers. We’ll start out on a bicycle safari at nearby Hell’s Gate National Park. When was the last time you pedaled past zebra and giraffe?

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 9 : Lake Naivasha-Amboseli(350km-Approx.6hrs)

This morning we’ll go on a boat safari on the lake itself to view the aquatic life all around us – hippos, birds – and larger game like buffalo, eland and impala grazing on the shore. For our third safari here we’ll take a guided walking tour at Crescent Island to easily stroll past curious wildebeest, waterbuck and gazelle.

Later proceed to the Amboseli national park.

Afternoon game viewing drive at the Amboseli.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 10 : Amboseli National Park

This will be a full day of game viewing drives.

We’ll spend a full day  here at this smaller but impressive national park. Why impressive? For one, we’re situated at the base of the largest mountain in Africa, legendary Mr. Kilimanjaro, looking out over the park. And here in Amboseli, you’re in the neighborhood of one of the largest populations of free-ranging elephants in the world. From your Jeep you’ll see endless parades of these large ivory-tusked giants.

We’ll go on many game drives here, but there will be time for relaxing as well at your lodge or tented campground. We’ve been going strong for 10 days now, so you can take a breather whenever you please. Or not. The choice is always up to you.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 11 :Amboseli-Tsavo West(100km-Approx.2hrs)

We’ll take one more early morning game drive at Amboseli before the fairly short drive to Tsavo West, one of the biggest, oldest and prettiest parks in Kenya. The park is a pleasing mix of hill country, extinct volcanoes with dark lava flows and lush green springs.

We’ll visit beautiful Mzima Springs with its life-giving waters and palm-lined shores. In this rich environment, we’ll gaze upon elephant, zebra and other wildlife attracted to this nourishing oasis. We’ll also see hippos and crocodiles who make this verdant spot their home.

Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp of your choice

MEAL: Breakfast , Lunch & Dinner


Day 12 : Tsavo West-Mombasa & Kenya Coast 

On day 12, your final safari day, we’ll take another game drive before departing the park. But your scenic vistas aren’t over yet.

It’s a quick drive to the train station at Mtito Andei. There, your guide will assist you with tickets and transfer to the standard gauge Nairobi-Mombasa Train (Madaraka Express), the new high-speed train to Mombasa and the coast.