Join this 10-day Luxury Kenya Safari, which starts and ends in Nairobi. Visit Kenya’s most important reserves for a safari experience. Visit the Chyulu Hills, popularly known as “Africa’s Greenhills,” and Levithan Cave, the world’s longest and deepest lava tunnel. Take a full-day game drive in the Solo Reserve, where you may have the opportunity to witness wildlife up close. Ride 4×4 explorers through the spectacular Masai Mara wilderness.

Full Itinerary

Day 1: Arrival in Nairobi

Fly to the capital of Kenya, Nairobi, and spend a night at Giraffe Manor

Day 2-4: Chyulu Hills National Park

After a quick breakfast, transfer to Wilson Airport for a trip to the Chyulu Hills-Amboseli region in southern Kenya. Your driver will pick you up at the airstrip for a short game drive on your way to Ol Donyo Lodge, which is part of the Maasai-owned Mbirikani Group Ranch.

The Chyulu Hills are a mountain range in Makueni County, Southern Kenya, known as “Africa’s Greenhills.” Eastern black rhinos, cape buffaloes, bushbacks, elands, elephants, bush pigs, Maasai giraffes, leopards, lions, mountain reedbucks, steenbok, wildebeest, cheetas, zebras, and other mammals are among the creatures found there. Levithan Cave is a must-see sight in this area, known for having the world’s longest and deepest lava tube, which was segmented by tectonic plate movement. Game viewing, hiking in the Chyulu Hills, bushwalks, horseback riding, mountain biking, cultural encounters, and birding are among the activities available during your visit.

Day 5-6: Solio Game Reserve

Take your breakfast before you fly to Nanyuki. Your driver will meet you at the airport and take you to Solio Lodge. A luxury lodge in Kenya is nestled on a private rhino breeding conservancy of 19000 acres and is one of the greatest lodges in Laikipia.

Explore the Solio Game Reserve, one of Africa’s most beautiful wildlife reserves that has been off the tourist radar for decades. The park is a walled, privately owned rhino sanctuary. In 1970, the owner of the Solio cattle ranch walled off a large portion of land and committed it to conservation. Buffalo, zebra, giraffe, oryx, antelope, Thompson’s gazelle, impala, waterbuck, and warthog are among the other animals that call the reserve home. In addition to leopards, the park also has lions and cheetahs.

Day 7-9: Masai Mara

Before flying to Masai Mara, wake up and eat breakfast. As you arrive, you will be transferred to Sala’s Lodge, an excellent tented safari camp in the middle of Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve, near the confluence of two rivers. You’ll eat your lunch here, then unwind for the afternoon while getting ready for a thrilling evening game drive. Then, before returning to your camp, watch the sunset with a few cocktails.

The Masai Mara is one of Africa’s most famous wildlife reserves. It is one of Africa’s greatest wildlife reserves, located in south-west Kenya.It forms Africa’s most diversified, magnificent, and spectacular eco-system, arguably the world’s top safari big game watching eco-system, when combined with Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Around July, the largest wildebeest migration occurs. Spend the next few days on full-day wildlife drives in a 4×4 and take in the breathtaking splendor of safari.

Day 10: Return to Nairobi

As you head to the airstrip for your flight to Wilson, say your goodbyes to the safari wildlife on your final game drive. Take a day room at the Ole Sereni Hotel before heading to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for your trip home.