Kenya, Zanzibar and Volunteering – 13 Day Safari
$3100USD per person
based on shared Twin or Double accomodation
NOTE: Single supplement not included
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Start location: Nairobi
Finish location: Stone Town
Upgraded accommodation available
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- 2 days Maasai Mara National Reserve
- Amboseli National Park
- Sheldrick’s Animal Orphanage
- All accommodation
- Some meals
- Visit to a Maasai Village
- Visit to a Maasai Village School
- A Safari vehicle for your Game Drives
- Airport transfers to and from your accommodation
What's NOT Included:
- Visas into Kenya – please double check visa requirements and costs before departure
- Any activities not mentioned in the itinerary
- Spending money for snacks, curios, alcoholic drinks, soft drinks and water
- All meals not mentioned in the itinerary
Maasai Mara National Reserve
This Reserve is claimed to be the best in all of Africa. It hosts some 95 species of mammals and 570 species of birds and is part of the Great Wildebeest Migrations of East Africa. We regularly view the ‘Big 5’ – Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and the elusive Leopard. The Maasai people live within the area surrounding the Reserve and we visit a tribe and get acquainted with their culture and way of life.
Amboseli National Park
This park has been made famous from it’s masses of free ranging Elephants and the spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Only 240km away from Nairobi it’s hosting magnificent wildlife that can be photographed on open plains with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background. Amboseli has become the second most popular National Park after the Maasai Mara.
Sheldrick’s Animal Orphanage
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is a must see in Nairobi. Their passion for wildlife conservation and especially for African Elephants is legendary. Not only do they rehabilitate orphaned baby elephants but they reintroduce them back into the wild after almost a decade of care. To get a glimpse of the great work that this organisation does we visit the centre inside the Nairobi National Park at their daily visiting hour. We spend the hour learning about the orphans and the great work that is done to conserve these endangered animals.
Zanzibar is an Island off the coast of Tanzania and known for its extensive history and trading port for spices and slaves. It has a blend of Arabic and African cultures and the capital city, Stone Town, presents this proudly to arriving tourist. The night food markets are a must and can be easily accessed from all parts of the city. You can grab a sundowner at any on the hotels overlooking the ocean and watch the sun go down before heading to the markets. Stone Town has a strong muslim heritage and it is advisable to adhere to their customs during your visit in Stone Town. On the Northern beaches of Zanzibar the resorts are relaxed and allow tourists to enjoy the beach and sun as they would do at home. Zanzibar is full of surprises and a great place to wind down after a busy Safari. Zanzibar is a must when visiting Eastern Africa!