A Wonderfully Immersive 7-Day Luxury Tour Of Kenya
Kenya is one of the best tourist destinations in the continent of Africa. It has a lot of luxurious hotels, varied landscapes, pristine beaches, and lovely safaris. Visitors can go to the Masai Mara, the world-famous savannah in the nation. They can also interact with the Masai tribe and visit the popular Giraffe Manor. This 7-day luxury tour of Kenya will help you explore the various attractions this nation has.
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Meet your private guide at Nairobi airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Nairobi is the capital city of this nation and has an increasing digital user base, lovely cafes, and luxurious restaurants. As a busy metropolis, be surprised at the speed at which it operates and the number of crowds that bustle through daily. There are various attractions, such as the City Markets, the Uhuru Gardens, and the National Museum. Start your exploration with Giraffe Manor, only half an hour from the airport. If you have landed in the morning or early afternoon, you can easily make your way there. The hotel is popular around the planet for the company it offers. It has a herd of endangered Rothschild giraffes. These animals are comfortable with people and often peek their heads through the windows in search of food. Enjoy a once in a lifetime experience of having a lovely breakfast in the company of giraffes. Retire for the night in the Giraffe Manor itself.
Day 2: Strolling in Nairobi
Today, go back to the city life of the capital and learn more about this busy city. Check into the luxurious Vila Rosa Kempinski Resort to experience a premium spa and a cigar lounge. Spend the entire day exploring the hotel. Then, visit the trendy neighborhood of Westlands and party it up in the vibrant nightlife in the city. Then, enjoy a drive through the city and view the outskirts of the Nairobi National Park.
Day 3: Visiting Hell's Gate Park
Enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you to Hell's Gate National Park. An early visit is recommended because the weather is a bit cooler and the crowd is much less. It is named thus because of the intense geothermal activity that takes place there. The stunning geothermal surroundings of this gorgeous reserve are mesmerizing and on par with similar parks around the world that have deep gorges and lofty cliffs. The park has some great routes for rock climbing and hiking. Your guide can help you to embark on both activities inside the park. The park is also highly accessible by both walking and cycling. Hire a bike at the park entrance and ride past gorgeous herds of zebra and antelope. Do not fear encountering dangerous animals, as the park has no predators. Enjoy viewing wildlife up close, including zebras, giraffes, and warthogs.
Day 4: Heading to Lamu
Today, head to the nation's coast to learn more about the diversity present in this wonderful destination. Visit the gorgeous city of Lamu, located in the north of the nation and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage town. Enjoy a one-way ticket to Manda Island and then embark on a short ferry to the city. After you arrive in the city, soak in the gradual pace of life here. Soak in the stunning views of the Swahili coast. Wander at the sights of streets without cars and only donkeys that wander through the ancient roads. Listen to the prayers from mosques and the smell of delicious food in the air.
Day 5: Landing at Cottar Airport
Today, land at the Cottar airport before being transferred by your guide in a private vehicle to the Cottar's Safari Camp. The people who run this camp are renowned for being one of the best safari operators in the nation. It has been nearly a century since the camp started functioning, and it is touted to be one of the top ones in the nation. The camp has incredible views of both the Olderikesi Hills and the savannah. Check in to your bush villa, a premium private home housed within the camp. It also has a couple of tents for a spa area, a swimming pool, drinks, and food. Be overwhelmed with the size of the villa, which is over 9,000 square feet. It has numerous en-suite bedrooms, a stunning viewing deck, a dining room, and a huge living room. Enjoy a staff of more than seven that will be at your service at all times.
Day 6: Exploring Cottar Camp
Set out to explore more than 5,000 acres of land. Visit the local water body and enjoy some relaxing swimming and fishing. Afterward, go on a bush walk and view the famous Serengeti National Park on the horizon. The Maasai community is a famous local tribe that is very attached to the traditional culture of Kenya. This camp is very close to the community. Enjoy lovely cultural mingling with the local Maasai people here and learn all about their myths and legends. Learn that the people from the community know about the modern way of life. Still, they prefer to stick with their traditional way of living. Enjoy this wonderful highlight of your trip.
Day 7: Departure
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.