DAY 1: NAIROBI
On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta airport you will be met and transferred to FAIRMONT THE NORFOLK HOTEL for your overnight stay.
DAYS 2 – 3: AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK
This morning, you will be transferred to Wilson Airport for your scheduled flight to Amboseli – best known for its unrivalled views of Kilimanjaro and its large elephant population. On arrival at the airstrip, you will be met and transferred to Tortilis Camp with game viewing en route. Tortilis Camp’s tents are all large and spacious, with elegant en suite bathrooms. Day 3 is spent game viewing in Amboseli. Two nights at TORTILIS CAMP. (B, L, D)
DAYS 4 – 5: MERU NATIONAL PARK
After breakfast this morning, you will be transferred to the airstrip for your scheduled flight to Meru National Park, via Nairobi. On arrival at the airstrip, you will be met and transferred to your accommodation with an opportunity for game viewing en route. Day 5 will be spent on a choice of day and night game drives, bush walks, bush meals, sundowners, Tana River excursions or line fishing. Two nights at ELSA’S KOPJE. (B, L, D)
DAYS 6 – 7: SAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE
After breakfast you will be transferred by road to your camp situated in Samburu National Reserve, followed by an afternoon game drive. Day 7 is spent game viewing. Two nights at ELEPHANT BEDROOM. (B, L, D)
DAYS 8 – 9: MARA NORTH CONSERVANCY
After breakfast, you will take a scheduled flight to the Masai Mara. On arrival, you will be transferred to Elephant Pepper Camp, a small and exclusive safari camp, situated in the heart of the Masai Mara North Conservancy. Each of the spacious canvas tents are comfortably furnished, featuring solar lighting, and en suite bathrooms. Two full days will be spent game viewing in the Mara. Two nights at ELEPHANT PEPPER CAMP. (B, L, D)
DAY 10: NAIROBI
After your last game drive in the Masai Mara, you will be transferred to the airstrip to catch your scheduled flight back to Nairobi. On arrival you will be met and transferred to the international airport for your onward journey, or to your Nairobi hotel (accommodation not included). (B)
• 9 nights accommodation on a twin share basis
• Meals as indicated (B, L, D)
• Soft drinks, beer, selected spirits & house wines (except at the Fairmont Norfolk Hotel)
• Conservation / park fees
• Game drives in 4×4 vehicles
• Airport / airstrip transfers
• All domestic flights and taxes
• Laundry (except at the Fairmont Norfolk Hotel)
• Membership to AMREF Flying Doctors Society
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Elephant Pepper Camp is in the middle of the northern part of the Masai Mara. To preserve this special area, the camp is seasonal and closes for two months of the year, during the rainy season. The camp has 8 ensuite spacious safari tents with twin or double beds, all luxuriously furnished. Elephant Pepper Camp is renowned for its home cooked Italian cuisine, freshly home baked bread, and fresh salads.
Elsa’s Kopje is named after Elsa the lioness and was made famous by George and Joy Adamson’s biographical book and film ‘Born Free’. It blends into the rocky crags of the ‘kopje’ (small hill), built above the site of George Adamson’s original campsite. Each cottage has spacious double or twin beds with an en-suite and elegantly appointed bathrooms. There is an open bar, lounge and dining room with an exceptionally inviting infinity pool that overlooks the Meru plains.
Tortilis Camp is a luxury camp located in its conservancy bordering Amboseli National Park with superb views of Mt. Kilimanjaro. This camp offers sixteen spacious tents raised on wooden decks amongst a private forest below the public areas. The public area, located on a hill overlooking the tents, has a spacious dining room and lounge area. Here, enjoy a sundowner and recharge with a delicious boma dinner. What sets Tortilis Camp apart is the outstanding food and friendly, intimate service.
Fairmont The Norfolk has played a leading role in Kenya’s colourful history. It opened its doors in 1904 and has changed and improved with the growth of Nairobi. The finest and the best-known luxury hotel in town, enjoy beautiful traditionally furnished guest rooms and suites in a colonial style. The hotel is still the traditional starting point for safaris, and the Lord Delamere Terrace is modern Nairobi’s most famous meeting place, for drinks and light meals.