10 Days Kenya Budget Safari

flamingos on lake Nakuru

A pack­age that meets your needs for your safari! This 10-day Kenya Bud­get Safari takes you to the best vaca­tion spots in Kenya, where you can max­i­mize the adven­ture and make the most of your trip with­out going over bud­get. The well thought trav­el is on road to Masai Mara Nation­al park-Kenya’s most vis­it­ed nation­al reserve and a co-host of the annu­al wilde­beest migra­tion, Amboseli Nation­al park with its large herds of Ele­phants; Lake Naivasha for birds such as the pink flamin­goes at the beau­ti­ful fresh water Lake, Tsa­vo west Nation­al park for its Mzi­ma springs and the busy­ing Mom­basa sub­urbs. Explore Kenya’s wildlife, lip-smack­ing cui­sine, cul­ture, busy towns, and bud­get lodg­ing options. It’s a jour­ney by car that begins and ends in Nairo­bi, Kenya.

Detailed Trip

Day1: Pick­up and Trans­fer to Masai Mara Nation­al Park

Meet and greet our dri­ver guide at the pre­arranged pick­up loca­tion on the first day of your adven­ture. There, the trip’s itin­er­ary will be dis­cussed with you and your paper­work will be checked. After that, start your 5- to 6‑mile beau­ti­ful jour­ney to the reserve, pass­ing by the Great Rift Val­ley, where you’ll stop for lunch once, then again. When you get to the park in the evening, you’ll dri­ve through it to your lodge while tak­ing breath­tak­ing pic­tures of the sun set­ting and var­i­ous species going to sleep in their hid­ing places, among oth­er things. You will check in at the lodge, have some refresh­ments, have din­ner, and then go to bed. Out­side the park, there are more afford­able hotels with some of the best ameni­ties, and you could enjoy stay­ing there.

Day2: Full Day Game Drive

After break­fast, you will spend the rest of the day explor­ing the Masai Mara reserve’s vast savan­nah grass­land, where there is a high con­cen­tra­tion of lions that, with any luck, can be spot­ted. Ele­phants, wilde­beests, zebras, cape buf­faloes, giraffes, chee­tahs, elands, warthogs, sev­er­al ante­lope species, and more are among the park’s oth­er inhab­i­tants. Before dri­ving to the Mara riv­er beach to view hip­pos, croc­o­diles, aquat­ic birds, and oth­er wildlife, there will be a lunch break. At dusk, make your way from the wilder­ness to your lodge for refresh­ments, din­ner, and a rest­ful siesta.

Day3: Depert Masai Mara Nation­al park for Lake nation­al park

After a leisure­ly break­fast, wake up and go on a 3- to 4‑hour morn­ing game dri­ve to look for any crea­tures you might have missed the day before. Lions, hye­nas, leop­ards, and chee­tahs are among the ani­mals that are dif­fi­cult to notice. After the wildlife dri­ve, have an ear­ly lunch, check out of the lodge, and take a trans­fer to Lake Naivasha through the stun­ning Great Rift Val­ley, which is ide­al for pho­tog­ra­phy and is home to many aquat­ic species and a true par­adise for birds. The day will end with din­ner and an overnight stay at Cres­cent Island after an evening boat ride.

Day4: Sun­rise Game dri­ve and Trans­fer to Amboseli Nation­al park

Break­fast will help you get the day start­ed. Then, spend rough­ly three hours explor­ing the cres­cent island sanc­tu­ary by wildlife dri­ve. Sev­er­al dif­fer­ent ante­lope species, mon­keys, lazy hip­pos sleep­ing by the lake, buf­fa­lo, and oth­er ani­mals can all be seen and heard dur­ing a dri­ve. Fol­low­ing lunch, you will trans­fer to Amboseli Nation­al Park, where you will spend the fol­low­ing two evenings.

Day5: Game dri­ve and nature walk

Break­fast will start off this day. A full-day game dri­ve will fol­low, with a lunch break at the lodge. The world’s tallest peak stand­ing alone, Mount Kil­i­man­jaro, casts a shad­ow through­out the evening, which is set aside for pho­tog­ra­phy. A vast herd of ele­phants that rule the park, wilde­beests, warthogs, numer­ous antelopes, leop­ards, zebras, less­er Kud­du, ele­phants, mon­goos­es, giraffes, hyrax, dik-dik, wild dogs, and the noc­tur­nal por­cu­pine are just a few of the ani­mals that can be seen on a game dri­ve today. The list of species and flo­ra is vast, and the day will keep you glued to your cam­era, binoc­u­lars, and ranger-com­men­tary. guide’s More than 600 dif­fer­ent bird species may be found in the park, and you’ll get the chance to spot some of them. The day’s sched­ule comes to an end after dinner.

Day6: Amboseli to Tsa­vo west Nation­al Park

After a rest­ful night’s sleep at the lodge, you’ll awake to a delec­table break­fast before leav­ing on a trip. Trans­fer to Tsa­vo West Nation­al Park, the biggest and most well-known nation­al park in Kenya. The voy­age is devoid of the stun­ning scenery and the beau­ty of the sur­round­ing veg­e­ta­tion. The great­est Kenyan cui­sine will be served for lunch dur­ing the en route stop, after which the jour­ney will con­tin­ue to your resort in or near the Park. You can choose an activ­i­ty after check­ing in at the lodge, or you can choose to unwind there and take in the sun set­ting. After din­ner and overnight, the day is ended.

Day7: Full day at Tsa­vo West

You will enjoy a leisure­ly break­fast at the lodge today before spend­ing the entire day vis­it­ing Tsa­vo West Nation­al Park, one of the world’s wildlife sanc­tu­ar­ies. The park’s breath­tak­ing land­scape, herds of ele­phants and rhi­nos, the Shetani lava flow, the Mzi­ma springs, the five sis­ters’ hills, gazelles, zebras, croc­o­diles, mon­keys, var­i­ous bird species, raf­fia palms, aca­cias, African elands, the fam­i­ly of the dick-dicks, and more are among its eye-catch­ing attrac­tions. Nature, clean air, breath­tak­ing scenery, and a vast vari­ety of ani­mals are on the list of things to see today. Din­ner and overnight stay are included.

Day8: Tsa­vo west to Mom­basa city

After break­fast, you will check out of the hotel and be trans­ferred to Mom­basa, a city on the Indi­an Ocean coast. The next two days will be filled with many adven­tures and city expe­ri­ences. A trip to Fort Jesus, soak­ing in the sun on the white sand beach, and more. When you get there, you’ll eat some­where in the city before going to your hotel for the evening.

Day9: Full day explor­ing Mom­basa-Beach experience

Dis­cov­er Mom­basa and its amaz­ing sites after break­fast. Mom­basa, which is locat­ed on the calm Indi­an Ocean shore­line, is a bustling com­merce hub. You’ll spend the morn­ing tour­ing the town’s his­tor­i­cal sites, includ­ing Fort Jesus and Haller Park, which is home to a vari­ety of wildlife and wild rivers. Theme parks, retail malls, and more are oth­er loca­tions. After lunch in town, spend the evening at Nyali Beach, where you can par­take in water activ­i­ties like swim­ming, pho­tog­ra­phy, beach games, and more. You can also eat and drink seafood, and at dusk, you can head back to the lodge for an option­al sup­per and overnight stay.

Day10: Deper­ture

One of the best safari places on the African con­ti­nent, Mag­i­cal Kenya, is offer­ing a 10-day afford­able adven­ture that ends today. Once you’ve had a chance to explore Mom­basa, it will be time for you to say good­bye to your guide at the air­port or anoth­er mutu­al­ly con­ve­nient location.

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