Kenya Family Wildlife Quest Camping

    Kenya

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    Search for Africa's largest residents in the Masai Mara and Lake Naivasha.

    Itinerary

    Start Nairobi; visit elephant orphanage and giraffe centre.

    To Lake Naivasha; boat ride in the afternoon.

    Free day; optional safari in Lake Nakuru N.P.

    Transfer to the Masai Mara; afternoon game drive.

    Full day in the Masai Mara.

    Optional morning game drive; return to Nairobi.

    End Nairobi.

    Additional Information

    Kenya is the classic African safari destination and this seven-day family adventure is a great introduction to the continent’s famous residents. The Masai Mara, with its endless grasslands sprinkled with acacia trees and an astonishing variety of wildlife, is the ideal place for children to have their first sightings of lions, elephants, giraffes and cheetahs. Lake Naivasha, located in the Great Rift Valley, is an unforgettable setting where we have the chance to view hippos on a boat safari. Then in Nairobi there is the elephant orphanage and giraffe centre where we learn about the conservation work being done to protect these magnificent animals.

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    Details

    Duration: 7 Days
    Starts in: Kenya
    Group Size: 20

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