10 days kenya Safari

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10 days

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Daily Tour

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English, Vietnamese

About this tour

10 Days Kenya Safari is a combined safari tour that offers you a visit to 4 breathtaking Kenya safari destinations. Amboseli National Park, Hell’s Gate National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, and Masai Mara National Park, whithin this tour, we make sure that you won’t miss anything!

You will start your tour from Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, which is a great place to start any trip to the country. The city has a lot to offer, from museums and art galleries to restaurants and nightclubs. After spending a few days exploring Nairobi, head south to Amboseli National Park. This park is home to a large population of elephants, as well as lions, zebras, and giraffes. 

Next, you continue your safari to Hell’s Gate National Park. This park is known for its dramatic landscapes and hiking trails. From there, drive north to Naivasha,  a town located on the shores of Lake Naivasha and is a popular spot for birdwatching.

From Naivasha, continue north to Mount Longonot National Park. This park is home to an active volcano and offers stunning views of the surrounding area. After that, drive east to Lake Nakuru National Park. This park is known for its large population of flamingos.

You next destination is Lake Bogoria; a lake known for its geysers and hot springs. From Lake Bogoria, continue south to Masai Mara National Park. This park is home to a large population of lions, elephants, and other wildlife. Spend a few days safariing through the park before visiting a Masai village. A visit to a Masai village is a great way to learn about the local culture and customs. And this marks the end of a unforgettable 10 day Kenya safari.

What to expect:

Kenya is a renowned East African country known for its magnificent wildlife, diverse landscape, and rich culture. You can explore Kenya’s many natural wonders, including the iconic Rift Valley, home to a volcanic mountain range and huge lakes. The savannah grasslands are home to a variety of animals, including lions, elephants, and giraffes. For those looking to explore Kenyan culture, there are many villages and towns to explore. Here, you can learn about traditional life, try delicious local cuisine, and meet friendly locals. Whether you’re looking for adventure or simply want to relax in beautiful surroundings, Kenya has something for everyone.


  • All Accommodations and meals as per itinerary
  • All activities as per itinerary
  • Park entrance fees
  • A 4×4 safari vehicle for all ground transportation
  • English speaking tour guide
  • Drinking water
  • International Flight
  • Visa fees
  • Life insurance
  • Optional activities
  • Tips and gratuities
  • All expenses of personal nature


<span>Day 1</span> Welcome to Kenya

After you've arrived at Jomo Kenyatta Airport and collected your luggage, you'll met your driver/tour guide. They'll help you load your bags into the vehicle and then drive you to your hotel in Nairobi, which will take around 30-45 minutes depending on traffic. Once you've checked in and settled into your room, you can spend the afternoon and evening resting or use the time to explore the bustling central hub of Kenya. If you want to do some shopping, there are several famous flea markets where you can find everything from souvenirs to handcrafted Kenyan goods. Or, if you're feeling hungry, why not try out an authentic Kenyan restaurant? There are plenty to choose from, and you're sure to find something delicious to eat. either way, you're sure to have a great time in Nairobi.

<span>Day 2</span>Game Drive at Amboseli National Park

Today, you will start your 10 days Kenya Safari adventure. After your breakfast, your driver will take you to Amboseli National Park. Amboseli National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya. The park is best known for its close proximity to Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa. You can enjoy spectacular views of the mountain, as well as the opportunity to see large herds of elephants up close. The park's name "Amboseli" comes from a Maasai word meaning "salty dust," a reference to the area's arid climate. despite the harsh conditions, Amboseli National Park is home to an abundance of wildlife, including lions, giraffes, and zebras. The park also contains several Maasai villages, which provide visitors with a unique insight into the local culture. With its stunning scenery and rich wildlife, Amboseli National Park is an unforgettable experience for any visitor to Kenya. The park is home to five different habitats, each with its own unique plants and animals. The dried-up bed of Lake Amboseli is a haven for reptiles and amphibians, while the wetlands are teeming with fish and birds. The savannah is home to lions, giraffes, and elephants, and the woodlands are full of monkeys and antelope. In addition to the diverse wildlife, Amboseli National Park also boasts stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro. After a morning spent exploring the sights of the city, you will return to your hotel for a delicious lunch. relaxed and refreshed, you will then embark on an afternoon game drive at a nearby reserve. This is a perfect opportunity to see some of Africa's iconic wildlife up close. The reserve is home to a wide variety of animals, including lions, elephants, and rhinos. As you explore the sprawling plains and dense forests, you will have the chance to spot these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. This is an unforgettable experience that will stay with you long after your safari comes to an end.

<span>Day 3</span> Discovering Hells Gate National Park

After breakfast, you will continue your safari to Hells Gate National Park. On the way, you will make a stop at Great Rift Valley Viewpoint. The Great Rift Valley is one of the most awe-inspiring sights in Kenya. Stretching for over 3,000 miles, the valley is home to a variety of wildlife, including lions, elephants, and gazelles. The volcanic landscape is also incredibly beautiful, with towering mountains and lush vegetation. During your stop at the Great Rift Valley viewpoint, you will have the opportunity to take in the stunning scenery and learn about the valley's rich history. You may even spot some of the resident wildlife! With its dramatic landscapes and abundant wildlife, the Great Rift Valley is an essential part of any Kenyan safari. Once you arrive and have had a chance to refuel with some lunch, it's time to head over to Hell's Gate National Park. As soon as you enter the park, you're met with an incredible sight: thousands of wild animals roaming freely in their natural habitat. You have the opportunity to walk alongside these amazing creatures, learning about their behaviours and interacting with them in a way that few people ever get to. But that's not all Hell's Gate has to offer. Be sure to also take the opportunity to walk to the park's hot spring for an even more unique and unforgettable experience.

<span>Day 4</span> Hking in Mount Longonot National Park

Your 10 days Kenya safari tour includes also another interesting destination: the Mount Longonot National Park. Mount Longonot is one of the most popular hiking spots in the Great Rift Valley. The volcanic mountain offers a challenging five-hour hike that takes hikers to the summit, where they are rewarded with stunning views of the valley below. Mount Longonot was last active in 1920, and its name comes from the Maasai words for "mountain of many rows of spines." The trail winding up the mountain is dotted with volcanic rocks, and the summit is a great place to spot wildlife such as eagles and monkeys. It is an inactive volcano which last erupted in the 1860s, located in the Kenyan Rift Valley about 90 kilometres northwest of Nairobi. The mountain is surrounded by steep cliffs which rise almost 600 metres from the crater floor. The crater itself is about 2.5 kilometres wide and 260 metres deep. Within the crater, you will discover a thick forest which is home to a variety of wildlife, including buffalo, eland, hyena, leopard and zebra. There are also several hiking trails winding through the forest, providing great opportunities for wildlife viewing. The crater rim also provides great scenic views across the beautiful Great Rift Valley and all the way to Lake Naivasha. You will be back at your hotel by lunch and you now have time to explore Naivasha. Naivasha is a town in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, and it is famous for its spectacular freshwater lake. Lake Naivasha is one of the largest lakes in the world, and it is home to a variety of wildlife, including hippos, Nile crocodiles, and a variety of bird species.

<span>Day 5</span>  Game drive at Lake Nakuru National Park

After breakfast, you will continue your safari for Nakuru National Park. On the way, you will make a stop to witness the beautiful view of The Great Rift Valley. The Great Rift Valley is one of the most stunning natural wonders of the world, and it is sure to take your breath away. It was here that humans first began to domesticate plants and animals, and it is thought that this region was the birthplace of agriculture. Later, you will arrive at Lake Nakuru National Park. It is a remarkable place that is internationally known for its animal sanctuary. The park is home to both black and white rhino species, as well as many different bird species. The pink greater and lesser flamingos are particularly spectacular, and the park is also home to large flocks of pelicans, waterbuck, leopards, and the endangered Rothschild giraffe. While exploring the park, you will have the opportunity to see all of these amazing animals up close and personal. In addition to its incredible wildlife, Lake Nakuru National Park also offers stunning views of the Kenyan countryside. Whether you are looking for an exciting safari experience or a relaxing getaway, this park is sure to exceed your expectations. Alternatively, you may choose to visit Kariandusi. It is a famous archaeological site. The site is known for its abundance of artefacts dating back to the Early Stone Age, including stone tools and animal bones. Recently, scientists have also discovered evidence of early human activity at Kariandusi, making it one of the oldest known sites of human habitation in Africa.

<span>Day 6</span> exploring Lake Bogoria

After your breakfast, you will leave for Lake Bogoria, another best destination for Kenyan safaris! You will make a stop at the Equator Closing Line. At the equator, the Coriolis Effect is zero. This means that if you were to release a ball into the air, it would fall directly down, rather than being pulled to the side. This effect is most pronounced at the poles, where it can result in significant deviations from straight-line motion. However, at the equator, the Coriolis Effect is non-existent. This provides a unique opportunity to observe water in its natural state. Later, you arrive at Lake Bogoria. It is one of the most photographed places in Kenya. And it's no wonder why, the lake is a birdwatchers paradise, with over a thousand flamingos often congregating on the shores. But even if you're not a birdwatcher, the views are still breath-taking. The sparkling blue waters are framed by green hills, providing a stunning contrast to the pink flamingos. And if you're lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of some of the other wildlife that calls Lake Bogoria home, including giraffes, zebras, and gazelles. After enjoying the scenery, you can relax with a picnic lunch at the lakeside. With its dramatic views and abundant wildlife, Lake Bogoria is an unforgettable place to visit. Then, you return to Nakuru.

<span>Day 7</span> Game drive at Masai Mara National Park

Your 10 days Kenya safari will take you today to the most outstanding attraction in Kenya; Masai Mara National Park. After breakfast, you will drive for 4 hours to reach the the park and enjoy what it has to offer. The Maasai Mara National park covers an area of 1,510 square kilometres. It is located in southwest Kenya and is one of the country's best wildlife reserves. The reserve is home to a large number of animals, including lions, leopards, elephants, giraffes, and hippos. It is also home to the world's largest population of cheetahs. In addition to its large animal population, the reserve is also known for its large bird population, which includes vultures, eagles, and ostriches. Maasai Mara is actually an extension of the Serengeti ecosystem. The park is home to some of the largest populations of ungulates in Africa, and these animals undertake one of the most spectacular migrations in the world. Every year, millions of Wildebeest and Zebra travel from the Serengeti to Maasai Mara in search of new grazing grounds. Along the way, they must brave predators, river crossings, and harsh weather conditions. You will embark on an afternoon game drive. Keep your eyes peeled for lions, elephants, giraffes, and rhinos as you wind your way through the park. With a little luck, you may even spot a leopard or cheetah. As the sun sets, you will return to the lodge for dinner and an overnight stay.

<span>Day 8</span> Big Five exploration in Maasai Mara National Park

After breakfast, you will spend your day exploring the Maasai Mara National Park. The Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya. Every year, thousands of people come to see the incredible wildlife that call the reserve home. Today, you will have the chance to explore the reserve and see some of its amazing animals up close. With any luck, you will be able to see the migrating wildebeest and get a front row seat to one of nature's most incredible spectacles. There is nothing quite like observing wildlife in their natural habitat. For many travellers, seeing the big five - lions, elephants, leopards, buffalos, and rhinos - is the ultimate safari experience. In the late afternoon, you will return to the hotel where you can enjoy a hot shower and a relaxing evening.

<span>Day 9</span> Hot Air Balloon Ride at Maasai Mara

After your breakfast, you will get ready for a hot air balloon ride in Maasai Mara. There's something magical about hot air balloons. They evoke a sense of wonder and adventure, and they offer a unique perspective on the world. If you've ever dreamed of floating peacefully through the sky, a hot air balloon safari in Maasai Mara is the perfect way to make that dream a reality. Launching at dawn, you'll be treated to a stunning view of the sun rising over the savannah. As you float along, you'll keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, including lions, elephants, and giraffes. You drift along at the mercy of the wind, taking in the sights at a leisurely pace. And then there's the feeling of being cocooned in a basket, surrounded by billowing fabric and the gentle flicker of flames. It's an intimate experience, unlike anything else. After this ride, you will have the opportunity to see more of the wildlife in their natural habitat. This can include a lion killing its prey, a cheetah chasing down its dinner, or the elephants peacefully grazing on the grasses. You may also get to see birds building their nests or flying through the air in formation. No matter what you witness, it will be an unforgettable experience. Seeing the animals in their natural habitat is a rare privilege that few people ever get to enjoy. So take advantage of this opportunity and soak up all the sights and sounds of the Masai Mara park.

<span>Day 10 </span> End of 10 days Kenya Safari

After your breakfast, you will depart for Nairobi. On the way, you will make a stop at a Masai Vilage. As you enter the Masai village, you are greeted by the sounds of traditional music and the sight of brightly clothed dancers. A guide leads you through the village, pointing out the different features of the houses and explaining the daily life of the Maasai people. You also learn about their beliefs and traditions, including their unique system of polygamy. As you walk through the village, you see demonstrations of how the Maasai make fire using just sticks and animal dung. You also get the chance to go into Maasai villagers' houses and see the full family setup. This is a rare opportunity to experience a different way of life and to learn about a fascinating culture. The Maasai are a proud and deeply spiritual people who have lived in East Africa for centuries. Though they have modernized in many ways, they still maintain their traditional way of life. One of the highlights of a visit to a Maasai village is meeting the Morans. These young men are the soldiers of the Maasai, and undergo rigorous training to prepare for their role as protectors of the community. During a visit, the Morans may share their stories of lion hunting and other exploits, providing insight into the courage and strength that is so central to Maasai culture. And you finally arrive at Nairobi. This marks the end of your 10 days Kenya safari adeventure.


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The customer service before departure was excellent, the organisation from start to finish was excellent, the accommodation was better than expected, the group leader was excellent, the itinerary was excellent. As a solo female traveller I felt completely comfortable with the rest of the group whether they were traveling alone, with friends or with partners. The mix of activities, geographical locations, sights, sounds, terrain and communities left you feeling like you had experienced and encountered Vietnam, its history, its people and its landscape.
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Emma Jones

Amazing country, beautifully seen from the seat of a bicycle. So many unusual sights - friendly people (attractive, relaxed, smiling, shouting hello); fields of rice, coffee, rubber, eucalyptus, dragon fruit, etc., farmers herding brown cows and water buffalo; basic living conditions, cooking, eating and washing-up in the open, spilling out onto pavement; scooters everywhere and crazy driving but it seems to work, no road rage; great respect for older people and ancestors (colourful cemeteries and every house has small ancestral shrine). Came back with a real feel for the country, wanting to learn more.
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Ezekiel Obare


Lifelong memories

We were part of a group of 17 who quickly formed a close bond created entirely by the enthusiasm and generosity of our leader. Nothing was too much trouble Long went out of his way every day to make sure we experienced in full life in Vietnam. The trip ran like clockwork, without us feeling we were being rushed at any stage. He made it fun even when we cycled 100 k in a day taking in a very high mountain pass.
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