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This is a safari to the world famous Bird Sanctuaries of the Great Rift Valley Lakes Baringo, Bogoria and, then South over the Mau Escarpment to Kenya’s greatest concentration of game - Masai Mara. Look out for Hippo in Baringo, flamingos and rhino's in Nakuru and chances of seeing the Big 5 in Masai Mara (as well as the wildebeest migration in July/ August).

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5 Days Lake Baringo, Bogoria, Lake Nakuru, Maasai Mara budget camping safari.

This 5 days safari to the world famous Bird Sanctuaries of the Great Rift Valley Lakes, Bogoria and Nakuru, then South over the Mau Escarpment to Kenya’s greatest concentration of game - Masai Mara. Look out for Hippo in Baringo, flamingos and rhino's in Nakuru and chances of seeing the Big 5 in Masai Mara (as well as the wildebeest migration in July/ August).

Day 1: Nairobi - Lake Baringo

Depart Nairobi in the early morning stopping enroute to view the spectacular Great Rift Valley.  We stop for lunch along the way then set up camp in Lake Baringo in the late afternoon.  As long as the wind conditions are favorable, we enjoy an evening boat ride in search of hippo, crocodile, and birds. A bird watcher’s haven but beware, this is malaria land so its best to come prepared with plenty of mosquito repellant. Dinner and overnight at a campsite.

Lake Baringo in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley is a dramatically situated freshwater lake approximately 22 km long by 11 kms wide. Evidence of its violent volcanic origins is all around, and especially in the extraordinary stepped basalt cliffs to the West of the lake. It lies at an altitude of 1100 meters and is surrounded by mountains rising to almost 3000 meters above the ambient ground level in places. Beyond the northern end of the Lake rises the dormant volcano, Karosi, 1449 meters high. The Lake is home to hippos and crocodiles as well as an abundance of colourful birds and small reptiles. Giraffe and other grazers are also present to the north of the lake.

Day 2: Lake Bogoria - Lake Nakuru

Break camp after an early breakfast and drive 30km south to the spectacular Lake Bogoria. Lunch en route before proceeding towards the Lake Nakuru national park. At 180sq km an afternoon game drive will suffice to explore this small but interesting park with habitats which include grass, bush, euphorbia, acacia forests and rocky cliffs home to baboons and rock hyraxes. Dinner and overnight at a campsite

Lake Nakuru was first gazette as a bird sanctuary in 1960 and upgraded to National Park status in 1968. A northern extension was added to the park in 1974 and the lake was designated as a Ramsar site. Lake Nakuru is world famous for its stunning flocks of lesser flamingo, which literally turn its shores pink. Its birdlife is world renowned: a beacon for leading ornithologists, scientists and wildlife film-makers. The park spans an attractive range of wooded and bush grassland around the lake offering wide ecological diversity, from lake water, woodland to the rocky escarpments and ridges.

Lake Nakuru National Park rivals Amboseli as Kenya’s second-most-visited park. This is one of the best places in Kenya to see leopards, white rhinos and black rhinos and the endangered Rothschild Giraffe. Lake Nakuru National park’s most famous attraction is the flamingos that ring the lake in thousands.

Notable game within the lake includes hippo and clawless otters. On the shores roam waterbuck, Bohor's Reedbuck and zebra. The woodlands and forest are now home to both black and white rhino. In 1987, only two black rhinos remained following the ravages of poaching. By creating a rhino sanctuary within the park and reintroducing a breeding herd from Laikipia, the K.W.S. has now successfully re-established rhino in the park. Lake Nakuru National Park is also a sanctuary to the endangered Rothschild Giraffe. Game viewing is relatively easy: buffalo, leopard, lion, Rothschild's giraffe, Black and White Colobus monkey are plentiful in the forest. The bushlands offer eland, steinbok, impala, Chandler's reedbuck and dik dik, whilst rock hyrax and klipspringer occupy the cliffs and escarpment.

Day 3: Lake Nakuru - Masai Mara

Break up camp after breakfast then depart towards Mai Mahiu and Narok town with lunch en route before arriving at Masai Mara game reserve. View game en route towards our Talek campsite situated at the edge of the park (next to Talek gate). Dinner and overnight at a campsite

Every year, at some point between late-June and early August, the wildebeest start to arrive in search of pasture from the dry plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania. They pour into the reserve and stream across the rivers, where crocodiles and other predators lurk in waiting.

This movement, the Great Migration – now billed as one of the natural wonders of the world – is in reality one phase in a continual cycle of nomadic pasture-seeking, mating, calving and more pasture-seeking, that sees the majority of the herds ever on the move, according to the onset of the seasonal rains, the rise and fall of the river waters and the growth of the rich oat grass and other pastures. See our month-by-month migration page to get an idea of how the migration works.

Although wildebeest often form lines while moving towards the scent of better grazing, and tend to follow each other's footprints and paths, there is no specific migration 'route'. Huge numbers cross the Mara River in Tanzania and head north into the western part of the Maasai Mara National Reserve (the Mara Triangle), from where they may then turn right and cross back over the Mara into the Musiara or Sekenani sectors of the reserve. Others, in their hundreds of thousands, head north into the Maasai Mara's Sekenani sector across the shallow Sand River, and then turn left to cross the Mara or Talek rivers. The herds swarm far into the north where they spread out across the conservancies and they cross and re-cross the rivers, drawn by fresh pasture and driven by herd instinct and the threat of predators, especially to young and weaker animals.

It’s true that the migration is an awe-inspiring experience, and you shouldn’t be in any doubt that, as a consequence, the Maasai Mara region tends to be very busy, with well over 100 camps and safari lodges across a total area of around 3,000km˛. The migration season, from July to October, can see some Maasai Mara lodges and the more popular tented camps booked solid and dozens of safari vehicles angling for position at key wildebeest crossing points. To get the most out of a visit we recommend you don’t focus exclusively on the migration: there are always ways to avoid feeling too crowded and a safari to the Maasai Mara is rewarding at any time of year.

Day 4: Full day game drive in Masai Mara game reserve.

Early morning and late afternoon game drives returning to the campsite for lunch. Option to visit Masai village or local school. Alternatively spend the entire day on a game drive (with packed lunches) returning to the campsite in the early evening hours. (Recommended during July/ August during the annual wildebeest migration).  Dinner and overnight at a campsite

Day 5: Mara - Nairobi

Depart Camp and drive through the reserve viewing game as we proceed to the main Narok road where we stop to give you a chance to buy souvenirs, or just to have a cup of tea.  We return to Nairobi by late afternoon. Morning game drives then proceed to Nairobi to arrive by 1600 hrs where the safari ends.

Prices:600 US$ per person  group safari

Prices include:

- Transportation in a custom safari minibus with pop-up roof ideal for game viewing and sightseeing.

- Services of a trained and experienced English speaking driver/guide

- Fallboard accommodation in the camps as mentioned

- Bottled water for use during the safari

- Game drives and all park entry fees

Not included:

- International air transportation to and from Nairobi

- Expenses of personal nature such as visas, travel/baggage insurance, laundry, beverages, tips etc.

- Christmas, New Year and Easter supplements

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