During Holy Week we have got the chance to go on a very unique trip for vacation. We could choose a close spot where we will enjoy the landscapes and the environment but very few places can offer such breathtaking and dazzling natural richness such as those we find in the inner part of the African continent.
In Kenya we can see wildlife from very close and observe the savannah landscapes, where we have got fromo grasslands to huge geolocical formations. In a one week safari we will follow a itinerary similar to the following.
Day 1: Madrid – Amsterdam – Nairobi We flight to the Kenyan capital city, Nairobi, connecting with another flight in some European city like Amsterdam. We sleep in the plane and tough the flight is long the effort will worth it; the natural wildlife in Africa will welcome us.
Day 2: Nairobi – Samburu From Nairobi we part to Samburu National Reserve, we stop by Karatina on our way. We will have lunch in a lodge and after some having some rest we go on a photographic safari on the afternoon. We come back to the lodge for dinner.
Day 3: Samburu – Aberdare We move on to the Aberdare Mountains region. We have lunch in the Aberdares Country Club, where we stay during these days. During the afternoon we go to the Aberdare National Park. During night we can observe animals with an alert system.
Day 4: Aberdare – Lake Nakuru – Lake Naivasha We get to the Rift Valley, getting to one of the inner lakes, Nakuru. We lunch in a lodge by the lake. We can observe the numerous birds, like flamingos in a photographic sesion during afternoon.
Day 5: Lago Naivasha – Masai Mara We travel to the Massai Reserve stopping by Narok. In a safari we can observe zebras, antelopes and predators like lions, leopards, jackals and many others.
Day 6: Masai Mara During this day we will have plenty of time to take photos to the game and landscapes, we go on a safari during the morning and afternoon.
Day 7: Masai Mara – Nairobi We come back to Nairobi by car. We set on the flight back home this day or the following one, going on the same itinerary we followed to come to Kenya.