Program 5 - Honeymoon Safari Print
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Tuesday, 27 April 2010 18:58

Marriage is one of the most treasured events in most peoples lives. A truly memorable start to any marriage and the trip of a lifetime for newlyweds is a honeymoon safari to Kenya.

You will experience the best of the Kenyan wilderness with knowledgeable and conscientious guides in luxurious, yet rustic style in a total privacy and quietness.

DAY 1 ARRIVAL NAIROBI
Upon arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be met and transferred to the House of wine / Ngong House /Girrafe Manor /Karen Blixen Coffee house for dinner and overnight.


DAY 2 NAIROBI – LAKE NAIVASHA
After breakfast drive westwards with a stop at the viewpoint on the great rift valley. Here you will experience a spectacular view of the Loita plains and the Lake Naivasha sparkling in the thousands feet below.

Proceed to Lake Naivasha arriving in time for lunch at Kiangasi House or Loldia House.After lunch you will take romantic horse-rides

Dinner and overnight at Kiangasi House or Loldia House.

DAY 3 LAKE NAIVASHA

Breakfast at the house and proceed for a boat ride to the crescent Island an optional activity.

Dinner and overnight at Kiangasi House or Loldia House.

DAY 4 LAKE NAIVASHA- MAASAI MARA

After breakfast transfer to the airstrip for your 1 hour flight to Maasai Mara departing at 1000hrs. On arrival in Masai Mara pick up from the airstrip to the lodge with game drive enroute. Later proceed for afternoon game drive

Dinner and overnight at Mara Sarova Tented Camp or similar

DAY 5 MAASAI MARA
This day will be spent in the Mara with game drives. You can opt for an optional balloon ride at extra cost.

Dinner and overnight at Mara Sarova Tented Camp or similar

DAY 6 MAASAI MARA- NAIROBI-MOMBASA
You will enjoy an early morning game drive returning to the lodge for breakfast. Later transfer to the airstrip for your flight to Nairobi.

Note: Client can combine this tour with Mombasa/Malindi or Lamu after Mara.

Last Updated on Thursday, 29 April 2010 19:38