Fundani Tours & Safaris

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Famed as the birthplace of the safari (the word means ‘journey’ in Swahili), and the setting for the Danish writer Karen Blixen’s ‘Out of Africa’ – travel in Kenya evokes feelings of exploration and adventure upon the wide African savannah, wildlife galore and sunsets to die for.

Giraffes, lions, zebras, rhinos – in fact all the animals that we are so familiar with from nature documentaries are here. What’s more, there is the Great Rift Valley with its soda lakes and flamingos, spectacular trekking onMount Kenya and a host of other wildlife packed game reserves, including Meru, Tsavo and Amboseli.

With this abundance of game on view, and the stage for one of the world’s greatest natural phenomena – the annual Great Migration – a Kenya tour is one of Africa’s must-dos for wildlife lovers, bird spotters and adventurere travellers alike.

Stunning scenery aside, Kenya also displays a wealth of cultural diversity and is a fascinating and rewarding destination. Most people have heard of the Maasai tribe, but there are many other cultures in this diverse country, including of course the Swahili who mostly inhabit the coastal regions and whose culture is closely tied to the Indian Ocean and Arabia.

The coast, in fact, is one of Kenya’s biggest draw cards. With white sandy beaches, tropical islands and romantic sunset cruises, many couples opt to spend their honeymoon in this tranquil paradise. For the active holiday maker there are numerous things which do not involve lying on a beach, such as scuba diving, deep sea fishing and various water sports at beach resorts.

And most tour packages in Kenya will involve a stay in Nairobi, which is certainly one of the most animated and spirited African cities, and is home to numerous quality hotels.
















missing an interesting visitor - they’ll wake you during the night on request. Mountain Lodge

Day 5 Lake Nakuru (BLD) A game drive in Lake Na-kuru National Park might reveal sightings of the rare Rothchild’s giraffe as well as both black and white rhino. Lake Nakuru Lodge


Day 6 -7 Masai Mara (BLD) Keep your game list handy, as the plains of the Masai Mara are filled with game like zebra, wildebeest and buffalo -- perfect for attracting predators like lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena. Mara Serena Lodge


Day 8 Masai Mara-Depart (BD) Return to Nairobi where you can freshen up before dinner and depar-ture this evening.


7 Days


In the Shade


of Kilimanjaro


Nairobi • Masai Mara

Lake Nakuru • Amboseli



Day 1 Arrive Nairobi Welcome to Kenya! Sleep well tonight – your safari begins in the morning!


Day 2-3 Masai Mara (BLD) Drive to Kenya’s most famous park – the Masai Mara for a 2-night stay. The savannahs of the Mara are teeming with plains game


– and the predators who are never far behind.























Day 4 Great Rift Valley (BLD) Your journey contin-ues to the Great Rift Valley and Lake Nakuru where game viewing might reveal rhino, among other game.


Day 5-6 Amboseli (BLD) Drive to Amboseli National Park, at the foot of majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro. On game drives you will surely see some of the great herds of elephants for which Amboseli is so well known.


Day 7 Amboseli-Depart (BD) Head back to Nairobi today. Stop at the Karen Blixen Museum for glimpses of the life of the famous author of “Out of Africa” and spend time feeding the giraffes at the Gi-raffe Center. Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before transferring to the airport for your departure flight.

Extend Your Tour



Tour Highlights


   First Class accommodations


   Full breakfast daily, 5 lunches and 6 dinners (BLD)


   Game viewing in 2WD SafariCruisers with guaranteed window seats


   Complimentary bottled water (½ liter per day) while on safari


   All park entry fees, hotel taxes and service charges


   UTG Take Me With You Kit


                                               UTG Safari Delay P