East Africa Tourism

13 Day Tour East Africa

Nothing comes close to exploring the African continent; the adventure alone takes you on an unforgettable journey. A safari offers you that experience and more. A safari also offers you guided tours and the opportunity to get up close and personal with the Big 5. You can plan a self guided tour of East Africa following this itinerary through Kenya and Tanzania.

Day 1: Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi

Visitors arrive in Nairobi where they will be escorted to the Safari Park Hotel. This African-themed resort offers plus accommodation with gorgeous gardens and indigenous forest. Visitors will spend an afternoon of relaxation and an amazing night at the Safar Park Hotel. Meals include breakfast.

Day 2 – 3: Mara Sopa Lodge, Masai Mara

Once visitors have made their way out of Nairobi their travel includes a journey towards Kenya’s highlands and Rift Escarpment. There’s the extraordinary Longonot satellite station which leads to the Valley to Narok. Visitors also travel across fields of wheat and barley with the next pit stop being the Masai Mara village, this also includes lunch. After the lunch and a siesta, there’s an afternoon game drive that takes you to the Mara Sopa Lodge situated in the Oloolaimutia Valley offering a beautiful sun set. The following day includes an awesome morning and afternoon game drive and stay overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge.

Day 4: Magnificent Lake Nakuru

After Masai Mara visitors can make their way across a section called the “breadbasket” of Kenya leading to the north of Narok. The next pits stops include the Rift Valley, the Mau Escarpment leading to Lake Nakuru Lodge for a lunch break. This is followed by a game drives in the Nkuru National Park and an overnight stay at the lodge.

Day 5 – 6: Amboseli National Park

After having an early breakfast visitors will leave Rift Valley and head towards Nairobi, this includes a picnic and journey towards Amboseli. This trip also includes a visit to the Amboseli Sopa Lodge; this includes a journey on the foothills of Africa’s tallest mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro. The following morning includes a great breakfast, game drive, hot picnic lunch with a return to the lodge at the end of day.

Day 7: Lake Manyara, Tanzania

The journey still continues along the Tanzania border post with a lunch break at Arusha. This is followed by a drive along the Masai Steppe to the Magnificent Rift Valley with a hotel stay at the Lake Manyara Serena Lodge. The hotel is perfectly situated on the foot overlooking the Rift Valley. Tanzania also offers amazing Dar es Salaam accommodation.

Day 8 – 9: Serengeti National Park

The morning starts with a drive through Lake Manyara National Park. Midday involves a lunch followed by a trip to Serengeti National Park this also includes game viewing at the Serengeti Sopa Lodge in the Nyrboro Hills. The days to follow include more game drives and exploring the park.

Day 10 – 11: Ngorongoro Crater National Park

Once visitors depart from Ngorongoro they embark on a game viewing across the Serengeti plains with a stop at Olduvai Gorge. This includes a visit to the Masai village and an overnight stay at the Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge. The following days includes a once in a lifetime experience a visit to the Ngorongoro Crater and with a picnic lunch what more can you ask for?

Day 12: Tarangire Sopa Lodge, Tarangire National Park

Once visitors have left Ngorongoro Crater they head for Lake Manyara and Mto wa Mbu village followed by Tarangire. Visitors can enjoy a swim, lunch and game drives at the Tarangire Sope Lodge. The park offers beautiful views of elephants.

Day 13: Nairobi

This is the last day of the safari, once visitors leave Tarangire they drive back to Arusha just in time for lunch. Visitors make their way to Nairobi with a dinner at Nairobi city centre before being dropped off at JKIA Airport.






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