Visit the only Elephant Orphanage within the city of Nairobi. Enjoy the morning meeting some of the largest mammals on earth and learn about their lives and how they survive in the wild. The visit takes place during feeding time. The Elephant Orphanage is the only one found within the city of Nairobi. As you watch the elephants feed and play, learn the stories about each creature from your guide and hear how the orphanage staff interacts with them. Your tour will conclude with drop-off back at your hotel.
After morning pickup at your hotel, start your tour with a visit to the Giraffe Centre, located in the Karen area of Nairobi at the edge of the Ngong Road Forest. Established by the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, the site features a small portion of a herd living in a semi-wild state at Giraffe Manor. Watch the animals come to a protecting wall to be fed, then make the most use of your visit along a 1-hour nature trail to the Gogo River, where you’ll hear birdsong and possibly see giraffes in the wild. After observing and learning about these fascinating animals, you’re transferred back to your hotel.
Taking a “Hot air balloon safari” a must do activity it is a treat that many people hope to do. It’s a memorable Kenya Safari Adventure experience, although not ideal for game viewing or wildlife photography. The hot air balloons are launched at dawn. After a noisy and spectacular inflation process. Carry a dozen or more passengers. For about an hour. In the southern direction across the reserve at the height of a few meters. To several hundred meters above the Masai Mara plains.
The best flights follow the course of the Masai Mara or Talek rivers. Allowing you to peer down into the forest. Skim past vultures’ nests and watch the monkeys’ early morning routine. By 7.30am, the balloons are dropping down onto the plain. For a bush full breakfast and sparkling wine, followed by a game drive back to camp.
Maasai Mara game reserve in Kenya, along with the Serengeti in Tanzania, share the annual Wildebeest migration. The captivating event is one of the few natural land migrations that remains intact in the world today. Every year, 1.5 million wildebeests and zebra migrate overland in search of food and water. The event takes place between July and October, depending on the rainy season.
Game drive is included almost in every itinerary and is one of the most popular ways to see animals in their natural habitat. Driving in a custom built safari vehicle with a professional driver guide, you will be real adventurous, searching wildlife and exploring the true African wilderness. These will give you great chances to check of the big five? Lion, Rhino, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo.
Experiencing the animals and environment from a different perspective really lets you feel Africa. The vastness, distances and the size of the animals suddenly becomes very real when you walk or canoe through your surroundings.
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