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Ololo Wildlife and Community Tour - 5 Days tour

This varied 5-day tour combines visits to One Horizon’s community-driven projects with wonderful wildlife-watching, relaxing accommodation and delicious food at Ololo Safari Lodge & Farm overlooking Nairobi National Park. Day 1Nairobi, Ololo Safari Lodge & FarmToday you will be picked up from your Nairobi hotel, or from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or Wilson Airport, and transferred to Ololo Safari Lodge & Farm located just outside the southern boundary of Nairobi National Park. Originally an old Kenyan homestead and now owned by an Australian farming family. The lodge promotes eco-friendly principles, protects local wildlife populations, farms using organic and sustainable methods, and supports the social and economic welfare of its staff and local communities. The lodge boasts a tranquil garden setting on the Mbagathi River where you can watch animals come down to drink and enjoy breath-taking views over the park and distant Ngong Hills. Individually-decorated rooms are in the old farmstead, former stables or tented cottages, and there’s a refreshing swimming pool, atmospheric fire-pit in the garden, and guest lounge in the thatched farmhouse with open fireplace, wine cellar and library. On your first evening, enjoy dinner on the restaurant’s open-air terrace which serves a delicious menu of organic seasonal ingredients and vegetables from the farm. (B) Activity : Relaxation at the lodge   Day 2Early morning game drive, Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant orphanage, Ololo farm tourOlolo Safari Lodge & Farm borders the 117-sq-km Nairobi National Park and this morning you’ll go on your first early morning game drive to view Kenya’s spectacular wildlife. It’s the world’s only national park that shares a boundary with a bustling capital city and features diverse landscapes ranging from broad savannah grasslands to pockets of riverine woodlands and dramatic rocky gorges. It’s home to over 100 species of mammals including a large population of black and white rhino, Cape buffalo, giraffe, lion, leopard, hyena, zebra, jackal, and antelope such as eland, hartebeest and impala.After an exciting game drive, it’s back to Ololo for a hearty breakfast. The lodge prides itself on serving excellent farm-to-table food and your plate will be filled with fresh produce; eggs, mushrooms, milk and yoghurt, fruit and vegetables are all produced using organic farming practices. Then there will be a late morning visit to the nearby Sheldrick Wildlife Trust that also occupies a site on the edge of Nairobi National Park. This pioneering elephant orphanage was founded in 1977 by Daphne Sheldrick in memory of her husband and naturalist David Sheldrick, and today the trust is the most successful baby elephant rescue and rehabilitation programme in the world. Your time here watching the adorable and endearing young calves come out for their morning play and bath time will be unforgettable, and the keepers will explain their individual stories and more about the challenges elephants are exposed to in Kenya.Returning from the Sheldrick Trust, enjoy a delicious lunch at Ololo and then while away the afternoon relaxing on the terrace or open lounge with a drink. Alternatively go on an interesting farm tour to wander through the shambas and orchards and visit the free-range livestock, and children will especially enjoy the farmyard animals. Ololo is proud of its sustainable techniques such as water-recycling, composting systems, production of natural fertilizer, and all its farm produce has been awarded wholly organic by the Kenya Organic Agriculture Network (KOAN). An additional game drive in Nairobi National Park can be arranged in the late afternoon if you wish, followed by another scrumptious dinner of food you perhaps have just seen growing on the farm on your tour. (B/L/D ) Activity : Morning Game Drive, Visit  to Elephant Orphanage, Farm Tour, Optional Afternoon Game Drive Day 3Early morning game drive, Maasai village excursionLying only 7-km away from the city centre, Nairobi National Park is fenced along its northern perimeter but is open to the south along the Embakasi and Athi rivers allowing migrating herds, and the predators that follow them, to come and go freely. On today’s early morning game drive, you’ll be able to photograph the unique sight of herds of zebra, giraffe and antelope peacefully grazing on the open grassy plains studded with flat-topped acacia trees with a view of Nairobi’s skyscrapers on the horizon.After breakfast back at Ololo Safari Lodge, we spend the rest of the day connecting with Kenya’s proud Maasai people in an authentic and interactive way by becoming part of the hustle and bustle of Maasai village life. Having maintained a semi-nomadic way of life on their communal lands for centuries, the Maasai are well-known for their distinctive dress, valued customs and unique social and family structures, which include rites of passage and revered respect for elders. This fun and insightful day starts with a song and dance welcome where the wife of a village elder will offer to dress you in traditional Maasai shuka cloth or ‘African blanket’, then you'll take part in the rituals of the young warriors, perform daily tasks with the women, and sit with the villagers as they share their stories and folklore while the women teach you how to make some traditional decorative beaded jewellery; you can also purchase Maasai jewellery and curios produced by the villagers. Lunch is a delightful picnic basket prepared by Ololo Safari Lodge, and after the Maasai village excursion is another opportunity to go on a late afternoon game drive in Nairobi National Park. Then later dine under the trees or on the terrace, or on cooler nights, inside with small braziers (jikos) keeping you warm and cosy. ( B/L/D) Activity: Game drive and Maasai Village Excursion Day 4Early morning game drive, Go Granny Go! excursion to a Kikuyu villageThe first couple of hours after dawn are always best for game-viewing, and on today’s early morning drive in Nairobi National Park, as well as the large animals, keep eyes peeled for the more than 520 species of endemic and migratory birds—the highest number recorded than any other park in Kenya. Notable birds include the kori bustard, secretary bird, Maasai ostrich, and the park is well known as a habitat for falcons, eagles and other large birds of prey. In the dams, ponds and rivers, Nile crocodiles and hippos are present too. After breakfast at Ololo you will visit a project that is turning around the lives of grandmas in a Kikuyu community. tour as you meet some engaging and entrepreneurial grandmothers who are beating their generational cycle of poverty. Many Kenyan grandmothers play a vital role in raising their grandchildren and extended families, and you’ll visit a pig farm, which is a project supported by One Horizon and travellers like yourself to improve the livelihoods of grandmothers by empowering them through small-scale farming. They invite you to assist with farming activities, join in some joyful singing and dancing over a cup of local tea or chai, and by sharing lots of laughter and listening to their inspirational stories, you’ll get a real insight into the strength and resilience of these remarkable Kenyan women.On the way back to Ololo Safari Lodge and Farm, we stop in the watershed ridge of the Ngong Hills just outside the city. Enjoy the broad views over Maasai country and another delicious picnic basket lunch prepared by the chefs at Ololo, and once again you’ll appreciate the quality, freshness and healthiness of the lodge’s food. On the final afternoon there’s be time to relax by the pool or in the open lounge and peacefully watch the passing herds of wildlife across the Mbagathi River in Nairobi National Park. Or perhaps indulge in an invigorating massage (optional extra) or another late afternoon game drive before dinner.( B/L/D) Activity : Game Drive, Kikuyu Village Excursion Day 5Ololo Safari Lodge & Farm, NairobiThis morning over a last home-cooked leisurely breakfast on the terrace, reflect on the experiences of the last few days—not only have you seen Kenya’s amazing wildlife, but met some truly inspirational people that are making a real difference in their communities. We transfer you to your central Nairobi hotel or Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or Wilson Airport for your onward journey. 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14 Days Wildlife, Gorillas And Birding Safari In Uganda

  Day 1: Entebbe Arrival at Entebbe international airport meet and greet with your guide transfer to the Hotel. Depending on the time of arrival, we bird along Entebbe botanical Gardens or Uganda Wildlife Education Centre and overnight in Entebbe. Stay at : Lakes Height Entebbe or similar (D) Activity : Visit to Entebbe Botanical Garden     DAY 2: MORNING BIRDING AT MABAMBA SWAMP IN SEARCH OF SHOEBILL STORK AND TRANSFER TO MASINDI TOWN Early in the morning, we bird Via Mabamba Swamps for the elusive Shoebill, Orange Weaver, Papyrus Gonolek) Some papyrus endemics, the African and Lesser Jacanas, the White-faced and Fulvous (Whistling Ducks, Blue breasted bee-Eater, Carruther`sCisticola, The Black-Chested, Brown and western Banded Snake Eagles, a number of Gull and Heron Species and other water birds species, from here we drive to Masindi where we will spend the night. (B/L/D) Stay at : Pakuba Safari lodge Murchison Falls National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Birding    Day 3:  Full day birding Along Royal mile and later Transfer murchison falls national park On this day, we will bird Budongo Forest which has a prolific birdlife with two species of birds not found elsewhere in East Africa: 10 of the 22 species of the Sudan–Guinea Savanna biome and 93 of the 144 species Guinea–Congo Forests biome that occur in Uganda. We will bird the marvelous: Royal mile and several other trails for the whole day. We will look for Ituri Batis,  Puvel’sIlladopsis and Nahan’s Francolin other special birds include; the Yellow-billed Barbet, Grey-throated Barbet, HoneyguideGreenbul, Chocolate–backed Kingfisher, White-headed Saw-wing, White Wagtail, Black-eared Ground-Thrush, Little Crake, Chestnut-capped Flycatcher, African Paradise Flycatcher, Chin-spot Batis, Grey-backed Camaroptera, Lemon-bellied Crombec, African Moustached Warbler, Green-backed Eremomela, Yellow-whiskered Greenbul, African Citril, African Golden-breasted Bunting, Black-crowned Waxbill, Bronze Mannikin, Black-billed Bluebill, Black-winged Red Bishop, Yellow-mantled Widowbird, Fan-tailed Widowbird, Spectacled Weaver, Black-necked Weaver, Yellow-backed Weaver, Compact Weaver, Northern Brown- throated Weaver, Holub’s Golden Weaver, Red-headed Weaver, Yellow-billed Oxpecker, (Puvel’sIlladopsis, Nahan’s Francolin) Greater Blue-eared Starling, Purple Starling, Purple-headed Starling, Splendid Starling, Northern Puffback, Black-headed Gonolek, Tropical Boubou, Isabelline Shrike, Red-backed Shrike, Lesser Grey Shrike, Western Violet-backed Sunbird and many more. Stay at : Pakuba Safari lodge Murchison Falls National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Birding    Day 4: Morning Game drive and Birding and Afternoon Boat ride along the base Falls Today,   we   do   Game drive to look  for wildlife mammals like lions, elephants, solitary cape buffaloes, leopards,giraffes,hyenas, Uganda kobs, bushbucks, waterbucks among others  and  birding   in search for, The Giant, Pied, Malachite, Stripped, Chestnut-bellied,   Blue-breasted,   Woodland   and   the   African Pygmy   Kingfishers,   House   Martin, African   Rock   Martin,   Lesser   Stripped Swallow,   Ethiopian   Swallow,   Angola Swallow, Red-rumped Swallow, Rufous- chested   Swallow,   -(Lesser   Kestrel, Black-winged Pratincole, and Shoebill) Nightingale,   Rock   Thrush,   Pied Wheatear,   Whinchat,   Common Redstart,   White-fronted   Black   Chat, Sooty   Chat,   Isabelline   Wheatear, Common   Bulbul,   Cameroon   Sombre Greenbul,   Yellow-throated   Greenbul, the   Black,   White-breasted,   We   also   take   a   boat   on   the   Victoria Nile   for   water birds   like   the   elusive Shoebill   Stork,   Little Grebe,   Great White   and   the   Pink-backed Pelicans, Red-knobbed Coot, African Water Rail, Allen’s Gallinule,   Black   Crake,   African Crake, Black-crowned Crane, Southern Pochard, The Egyptian, African Pygmy, and   the   Spur-winged   Gooses,   Storks like;   the   Saddle-billed,   Open-billed, Abdim’s,   White,   Yellow-billed, Marabou,   and   the   Wooly-necked stork and among others Stay at : Pakuba Safari lodge Murchison Falls National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Game Drive / Birding / Boat Ride     Day 5: Transfer Kibale Forest national Park  Early morning after breakfast, we drive through the park to Kibale National Park passing through the Albertine region southern part of the East African rift valley. Kibale National park is the largest forested park covering the area of 795Sqkm. It’s best known for a number and variety of resident primates. An impressive list of 13 primate species which include Uganda’s largest population of Chimpanzees-an estimated 1450. Habituated groups can be tracked with experienced ranger guide in the park. Here we will see the darling Green-breasted Pitta and more forest species like the Brown Illadopsis, Brown-capped Weaver, Brown-chested Alethe, Black-headed Oriole, African Emerald Cuckoo, African Green-pigeon, Black-crowned Tchagra, African Wood Owl, African/Rwenzori/Abyssinian Hill-Babbler, Alpine Swift, Ashy Flycatcher, Barn Swallow, Black Bee-eater, Black Cuckoo, Black Cuckoo-shrike, (Green-breasted Pitta), Black-and-white Casqued Hornbill, Black-and-white Mannikin, Black-and-white Shrike-flycatcher, Black-billed Turacco, Black-billed Weaver, Black-faced Rufous Warbler, African Dusky Flycatcher, Black-headed Weaver, Black-necked Weaver, African Citril (Western Citril), Black-throated Apalis, Blue-shouldered Robin-chat, Blue-throated Brown Sunbird, Blue-throated Roller, African Blue Flycatcher, Bocage’ Bush-shrike, Bronze Mannikin, Zebra Waxbill, Bronze Sunbird and many more. Later in the evening we will have Bigodi Swamp walk where we will look up for more other species of Birds and monkeys such as the Black & White Colobus, Black-Faced Vervet Monkey, Red tailed monkey, Grey-Cheeked Mangabey, L’Hoest Monkey,  and blue monkeys. Stay at : Chimpanzee Guest House Kibale National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Birding    Day 6: Chimpanzee Tracking in Kibale forest and Afternoon Bigodi Wetland Sanctuary Early morning after breakfast   we drive to the Park where we meet our ranger guides for briefing and chimpanzee tracking. The perennially popular primate walk provides a chance to observe Chimpanzees in their natural habitat. Kanyanchu’s groups are accustomed to human presence- some have been observed for over 25years and the chance of locating them is over 90%We will have lunch at lodge, later after lunch we visit Bigodi swamp for more primates and birds. The place is known for Blue monkey, Black and white colobus monkey, Red tailed monkey, Grey checked mangabey, and many others. Kibale national park is the primate capital of East Africa. Chimpanzee tracking is a fulfilling adventure that takes you deep in the tropical forest across streams of water. You may also have sightings of red-tailed monkeys, black-and-white Columbus monkeys, butterflies, and birds calling from the canopies. With the help of your guide, you will locate the chimps. Enjoy picture moments and observe them as they play and feed. After lunch – visit Bigodi Village and swamp known for its rich diversity of birds and primates depending on the availability of time. Stay at : Chimpanzee Guest House Kibale National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Chimpanzee Tracking  / Birding    Day 7: Transfer Semuliki and Birding Along Kirumi Trail Early morning after breakfast we drive straight to Semliki forest National Park. Here, we will go to the forest and take on the Kirumi trail for our whole day birding experience. The alluring bird listwith albertine rift valley endemic, Semliki specials and other restricted bird guides specials, makes Semliki an essential destination for serious birders.   We look out for a number of predominantly Central African species which cannot be found anywhere else in East Africa yet are some of the continent’s most spectacular and sought-after birds such as; Long-tailed Hawk, Congo Serpent Eagle, Lyre-tailed Honeyguide, Black and White casqued Hornbill, the Nkulengu Rail, and other species; Blue Swallow, White-throated Swallow, Swamp Palm Bulbul, Spotted Greenbul, White-starred Robin, Lowland Akalat, Red-throated Alethe, Fire-crested Alethe, Snowy-headed Robin-Chat, Blue-shouldered Robin-Chat, Red-eyed Puff back, White-tailed Robin-Chat, Northern Bearded Scrub-Robin, Capped Wheatear, Common Stonechat, Abyssinian Ground-Thrush, Oberlaender’s Ground-Thrush, Grey Ground-Thrush, Little Grey Greenbul, Toro Olive Greenbul, Mountain Greenbul, (African Piculet, Great Snipe, Sassi’sGreenbull, and White-throated Blue Swallow) Yellow-throated Nicator, Western Nicator, just to mention but a few. There is a single, unconfirmed report of the globally threatened Lesser Kestrel Activity : Birding    Day 8: Transfer Queen Elizabeth National park for morning Game Drive and Afternoon Boat Ride Along Kazinga Channel Early in the Morning we leave for a game drive in Queen Elizabeth National Park.  Queen Elizabeth National Park is Uganda’s most popular protected area. Diverse ecosystems including sprawling savannah, shady forests, sparkling lakes and bush wetlands provide ideal habitats for classic big games, forest primates and birds. These varied habitats support a wealth of wildlife with more mammal species (95) than any other Ugandan park and over 600bird species- a phenomenal number for such a small area as it covers only less than 2000Sqkm. Expect to see Safari favorites such as elephant, buffalo and hippos while the chances of finding lions on the plains of Kasenyi and Ishasha are good. Here we will see Savanna Species such as Red headed lovebird, Little Weaver, Black headed gonorek, Slender-billed Weaver, Black-headed weaver , Spur-winged Lapwing and in the afternoon we take a boat ride on the Kazinga Channel for water birds like the Great White and Pink-backed Pelicans, African Skimmer, Yellow-billed and the Saddle- billed storks, African Wattled Lapwing, Long-toed Lapwing, Black-winged Stilt, Water Thick-knee, Collared Pratincole, -(Lesser Kestrel & Lesser Flamingo) the Grey-headed, Black-headed and Slender-billed Gulls, Grebes, Ducks and many more. In the evening we go for a boat cruise at Kazinga channel Stay at : Kasenyi Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Parkor similar (B/L/D) Activity : Game Drive / Boat Ride    Day 9: Transfer To Bwindi Impenetrable national Park through Ishasha Sector Early morning after breakfast we drive to the park   through the Ishasha sector for game viewing like lions, Uganda kob, elephants, hyenas, waterbuck, buffalos,   hippopotamus and many birds. An abundance of magnificent vistas include the jagged backdrop of the Rwenzori Mountains; rolling hills pocked with extinct volcanic craters; open rift valley. Later in the afternoon we transfer to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. The world’s population of Mountain Gorillas t is slightly over 800 mountain Gorillas. Uganda is home to more than a half the population of these beautiful, majestic gentle giants and yet endangered apes. Therefore, Gorillas tracking in Uganda is a must do experience not to be missed. Bwindi impenetrable forest habituates families of mountain Gorillas along with other species of primates for example, Chimpanzees, Colubus monkeys, Olive baboons. To be certain of going gorilla tracking, it is a must you buy a permit which is issued by the Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) at USD 600 only. It is our duty to arrange this for you should you be interested in this memorable activity. Stay at : Heavens Lodge Bwindi Impenetrable National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Game Drive / Gorilla Tracking ( optional )    Day 10: Gorilla Tracking Experience and Visit Batwa Community Experience Early morning after breakfast we drive to the Visitors’ Information Center with our packed lunch and walking sticks to meet the ranger guides who will brief about the gorilla tracking experience. The highlight of a visit to Bwindi is a magical hour in the company of a family of Mountain Gorillas. Tracking the Gorillas can last for a few hours to the whole day depending on how far the group has moved since it was last observed nesting up the previous evening. Contact time with the gorillas is restricted to 1hour and participants must be aged 15yrs or over. After tracking, visitors will do a community walk through forest edge villages which provide insights into the lives of the Local Batwa (Pygmy) and Bakiga peoples. Stay at : Heavens Lodge Bwindi Impenetrable National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Gorilla Tracking / Community Walk    Day 11: Birding along Buhoma sector Of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Early morning after breakfast we go birding in Buhoma, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Here, we look out for species like, the Black Bee-Eater, Dusky Tit, Brown-caped Weaver, the Yellow-billed and yellow-spotted Barbets, the African and Black-and-white Shrike Flycatchers, Common Stonechat, Brown-throated and  Chestnut Wattle-eyes, Apalises, Equatorial Akalat, SlatyFlyacatcher, White-bellied Robin-Chat, Black-throated Apalis, Mountain Masked Apalis, Grey Apalis, Chestnut-throated Apalis, the Olive-green and Grey-backed Camaropteras, White-chinned Prinnia, Green Hylia, Short-tailed Warbler, White-tailed Antithrush, Cape Wagtail, Grey-capped Warbler, Black-faced Rufous Warbler, Red-faced Woodland Warbler, Grauer’s Warbler, Grauer’s Rush Warbler, White-browed Crombec, to mention but a few. Stay at : Heavens Lodge Bwindi Impenetrable National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Birding    Day 12: Transfer to Lake Mburo National Park Early Morning after Breakfast we transfer to Lake Mburo National Park. A compact jewel of a park, Lake Mburo is ideally placed for an overnight break between Kampala and the protected areas of Western Uganda. A mosaic of habitats includes rock outcrops, savannah, acacia woodlands, bush, forest, swamp and lakes that support a wealth of wildlife including species that are rare or absent from other parks in Uganda, Birding is also rich with papyrus and acacia species being particularly well represented. Though Lake Mburo is 370sqkms area is small compared to many East African parks; it contains an impressive biodiversity of wildlife with 69mammal species and 332bird species. A number of park’s herbivores are rarely if at all found elsewhere in Uganda. Lake Mburo is the only Park that contains Impalas, and only one in Western Uganda with Zebras and Eland. The topi are only found elsewhere in Queen Elizabeth National park. The species’ list was extended in 2015 when a number of Rothschild’s Giraffe were relocated to Lake Mburo from Murchison falls National Park. Bird species to expect include the African Finfoot, Coqui, and the Red-winged Francolins, Blue-spotted Wood Dove, Brown Parrot, Barefaced Go-away bird, Harlequin and Blue Quails, Common Button Quail, White-headed and Black-billed Barbet, Greenwood Hoopoe, Common Scimitarbill, Blue-napped Mousebird, Blue-breasted and Shining-blue Kingfishers, Lilac-breasted Roller, African-grey Hornbill, the Nubian, Buff-spotted, Brown-eared, and the Grey Woodpeckers, Trilling, Stout, and Wing-snapping Cisticolas, Red-necked spurfowl, Black-bellied Bustard, Temminck’s Courser, African-wattled Plover Rufous napped and Flappet larks, Rufous-chested Swallow ,Yellow-throated Longclaw, Black-winged Bishop, Chubb’s, Carruther’s and a number of other Cisticolas, the Lesser and Great Swamp Warblers, Black Crake, Common Squacco, Striated, Goliath, Purple, Black-headed, Grey, and Black-headed Herons, Great White and Pink-backed Pelicans, the African Fish Eagle, (African Finfoot, Papyrus Yellow Warbler & Red-faced Stay at : Rwakobo Safari Lodge Lake Mburo National Park or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Lake Mburo National Park   Day 13: Morning Game Drive with Birding Watching and Afternoon Boat cruise On Lake Mburo and transfer to Kampala Have an early morning breakfast before going bird watching in a game car, bird and return for lunch then later go for a boat ride in search for the  African Finfoot, Coqui, and the Red-winged Francolins, Blue-spotted Wood  Dove, Brown Parrot, Barefaced Go-away bird, Harlequin and Blue Quails, Common Button Quail, White-headed and Black-billed Barbet, Greenwood Hoopoe, Common Scimitarbill, Blue-napped Mousebird, Blue-breasted and  Shining-blue Kingfishers, Lilac-breasted Roller, African-grey Hornbill, the Nubian, Bu’-spotted, Brown-eared, and the Grey Woodpeckers, Trilling, Stout, and Wing-snapping Cisticolas, Red-necked spurfowl, Black-bellied Bustard, Temminck’s Courser, African-wattled Plover Rufous napped and Flappet larks, Rufous-chested Swallow ,Yellow-throated Longclaw, Black-winged Bishop, Chubb’s, Carruther’s and a number of other Cisticolas, the Lesser and Great Swamp Warblers, Black Crake, Common Squacco, Striated, Goliath, Purple, Black-headed, Grey, and Black-headed Herons, Great White and Pink-backed Pelicans, the African Fish Eagle, (African Finfoot,  Papyrus Yellow Warbler & Red-faced Barbet)  among others.  Stay at : Lakes Height Entebbe or similar (B/L/D) Activity : Game Drive / Bird Watching     Day 14: Morning Birding At Entebbe Botanical Garden and Transfer to Entebbe International Airport for Departure Flight Morning birding in Entebbe botanical gardens mean while waiting for covid19 test results and certificate later in the evening we drive back to the airport for your flight back home (B)


4 Days Magical Serengeti And Ngorongoro Crater Safari.

DAY 1: ARUSHA TOWN TO SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK    Rise and Shine after breakfast at your lodge at Arusha, our driver guide will pick you with your lunch boxes read for safari heading to Serengeti NP via Ngorongoro conservation area. The Serengeti's main attraction is the Great Migration, consisting of up to 2 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebras and 350,000 Thompson’s, impala and grant's gazelles. The predator viewing here is exceptional with approximately 3-4,000 lion and huge numbers of cheetah, leopard and hyena. Other animals commonly found in the park include topi, eland, hartebeest, buffalo, elephant, caracal, serval, bat-eared fox, hyrax, genet, hares, porcupine, aardvark, giraffe, jackal, and other many Animals species, in the afternoon you will enjoy you hot lunch/lunch boxes at picnic site and in the evening after game drive you will go to Serengeti Heritage Camps for dinner and overnight stay. DAY 2: SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK FULL DAY GAME DRIVE Today after breakfast at Serengeti heritage camps, you will continue to experience amazing game drive at Serengeti national park, whereby your driver will takes you to different parts of Serengeti central grass plains. The Serengeti's main attraction is the Great Migration, consisting of up to 2 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebras and 350,000 Thompson’s, impala and grant's gazelles. The predator viewing here is exceptional with approximately 3-4,000 lion and huge numbers of cheetah, leopard and hyena. In the afternoon you will go to Serengeti four seasons lodge for hot lunch and relaxation before experiencing the late afternoon game drive. In the evening after game drive you will go back to Serengeti Heritage Camps for dinner and overnight stay. DAY 3: SERENGETI GAME ON ROUTE TO NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA Rise and shine today in the morning at Serengeti Heritage Camps, you will check out at the camp and then enjoying game on route at Seronera and Ngorongoro conservation area. You will arrive at Ngorongoro in the late afternoon and check in at Ngorongoro wildlife lodge located at the crater rim for dinner and overnight stay. DAY 4: NGORONGORO CRATER GAME DRIVE TO ARUSHA TOWN Today After hot breakfast at Ngorongoro wildlife lodge you will descend to the world largest crater for amazing Big 5 game drive. The Ngorongoro Crater is the best place in Tanzania to see 'The Big Five'. A healthy population of black rhino and some of the largest tusker elephants left in Africa today are the prize spots, but the crater is also home to good populations of lion, leopard and hyena along with healthy herds of wildebeest, buffalo and zebra. In the afternoon you will start your way heading to Arusha town and this will be the end of your family wilderness safari, thank you and welcome back.

12 Days Best of Kenya and Tanzania Luxury Safari.

Safari adventure exploring three top destinations in Kenya and Tanzania Mara is known for almost guaranteed sightings of the Big 5: Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino. It is also popular for the annual migration of zebra and wildebeest which occurs from July to October. Lake Nakuru is home to a huge population of pink flamingos and 400 species of birds; while Amboseli is known for the large herds of elephants and most especially with its stunning view of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Serengeti keep on scooping awards as the best safari park in Africa, and let’s not forget the best Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire. Day 1: Nairobi to Masai Mara You will be picked up from your hotel in the morning and we will first drive through the viewpoint of the Great Rift Valley to take some pictures of the beautiful landscape. After which, there will be another stop-over for lunch before we continue our drive to the Masai Mara National Reserve. Upon arrival at the lodge, you will be guided to your accommodation to settle in and relax with snacks and coffee. This will be followed by your first afternoon game drive, your first taste of African wildlife. Accommodation: A Lodge Mara or Jambo Safari Lodge. Meals & drinks: Lunch and Dinner (Breakfast not Included) Drinking water (Other drinks not included). Day 2: Masai Mara National Reserve The whole day will be spent in game viewing and exploring the park’s high concentration of wild animals. On the plains are enormous herds of grazing animals including the elusive Cheetah and leopard hiding amidst acacia boughs. In the afternoon, an optional visit to a Masai village can be arranged (entrance fee of 15 USD is not included in the package). Here you will be welcomed by the locals singing and dancing, a sacred ritual that has formed their rich tradition. Part of the tour includes a glimpse to their local homes and way of life. Accommodation: AA Lodge Mara or Jambo Safari Lodge. Meals & drinks: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Drinking water (Other drinks not included). Day 3: Masai Mara to Lake Nakuru We will start the day with an early morning game drive and return to the lodge for breakfast. After which, we will depart for Lake Nakuru National park located in the Great Rift Valley. Lake Nakuru is home to a stunning flock of lesser and greater Flamingos, turning the lakeshores into a magnificent pink stretch. The park has diverse species of over 400 birds such as White Pelicans, Plovers, Egrets and Marabou Stork. It is also one of the very few places in Africa where you can see the White and Black Rhino and rare Rothschild’s Giraffe. Accommodation: Lake Nakuru Lodge. Meals & drinks: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Drinking water (Other drinks not included). Day 4: Lake Nakuru to Amboseli National Park We will start the day with an early morning game drive in Lake Nakuru and depart for Amboseli national park. Accommodation:  AA Lodge Amboseli. Meals & drinks: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Drinking water (Other drinks not included). Day 5: Amboseli National Park We will set off early to see the magnificent view of Mount Kilimanjaro and set off for another extensive game drive before the clouds build up over the summit. Amboseli is an excellent place to view a multitude of wildlife such as Wildebeest, Giraffes, and Baboons. An optional visit to a Masai village can be arranged after breakfast. Masai warriors are also known as the proud nomadic tribe whose legendary prowess in battle and single-handed acts of bravery in fights with the wild animals have spread across the world. Accommodation: AA Lodge Amboseli. Meals & drinks: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Drinking water (Other drinks not included). Day 6: Amboseli to Arusha We will set off for an early morning game drive and head to Arusha through Namanga boarder. Dinner and overnight will be in Arusha town in Panone Hotel Sakina. Meals & drinks: Breakfast & Lunch and dinner Drinking water (Other drinks not included) in and around Arusha. Day 7: Arusha to Tarangire National park After breakfast, drive to Tarangire National Park, enjoy full day game drive with picnic lunch. The park consists of natural vegetation mainly of Acacia woodland and giant African Baobab trees, with huge swamp areas in the south. Both the river and the swamps act like a magnet for wild animals, during Tanzania’s dry season. The Tarangire National Park is reputed to contain some of the largest elephant herds in Africa.   This African National Park is also home to three rare species of animals – the Greater Kudu, the Fringed-eared Oryx, as well as a few Ashy Starlings. Dinner and overnight at Omega Luxury Hotel.  Meals plan: Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast. Day 8: Tarangire to Serengeti National Park After breakfast we head towards the Serengeti National Park, via the beautiful high lying farmland of Karatu and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Leaving the highlands behind, we descend into the heart of wild Africa – the Serengeti National Park – with its endless plains, rolling into the distance as far as the eye can see.   We head to the central park area, known as the Seronera area, one of the richest wildlife habitats in the park, featuring the Seronera River, which provides a valuable water source to this area and therefore attracts wildlife well representative of most of the Serengeti’s species. We arrive in time for lunch and enjoy an afternoon game drive in the Serengeti National Park.   Dinner and overnight at Seronera Wildlife Lodge or Serengeti Luxury Camp.  Meals plan: Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast. Day 9: Serengeti National park After breakfast, have full day game drive in the park, lunch at lodge. The park have endless plain which is a home for lion, leopard, elephants, cheetah, buffalo, wildebeest migration, eland, wild dog, gazelle, crocodiles and many more. Also you will enjoy variety of birds that decorate the park with different sounds.   Dinner and overnight at Seronera Wildlife Lodge or Serengeti Luxury Camp.  Meals plan: Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast. Day 10:  Serengeti to Ngorongoro Crater Enjoy early breakfast, have morning game drive, then game drive en route to Ngorongoro Conservation area with game drive en route. Dinner and overnight at Omega Luxury hotel. Meals plan: Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast. Day 11: Ngorongoro Crater to Arusha   After breakfast, you descend into the crater, enjoy full day game drive in the crater. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most densely crowded African wildlife areas in the world and is home to an estimated 30,000 animals including some of Tanzania’s last remaining black rhino.   Supported by a year round water supply and fodder, the crater supports a vast variety of animals, which include herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippo, and giant African elephants. Another big draw card to this picturesque national park is its huge population of predators, which include lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs and the ever-elusive leopard. We will enjoy a picnic lunch on the crater floor.   Late afternoon drive back to Arusha Dinner and overnight in Panone hotel Sakina. Day 12: Arusha to Nairobi   After breakfast, you will be later picked from the hotel and board your bus back to Nairobi arriving around 4pm drop off at the airport or our preferred hotel. END OF SAFARI.  


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