Camp Activities
Fly-In Safari
Road Safari
Suggested Safaris
Balloon Safari
Balloon flights typically take off at 6.30am. Passengers arrive in time to watch the balloon inflation as the pilots torch the coloured fabric to life. The flight is for one hour, each one different path and following the days prevailing winds. A Balloon flight allows passengers to float over the world's most spectacular game reserve, and offers a magical bird's eye view of the annual wildebeest migration and the other wildlife the Mara is famous for. On landing, the balloon crew set up a full champagne breakfast on the Mara plains. Each passenger then receives a certificate from their pilot as a special memoir of their flight. A game drive en route to the lodge or camp ends a special morning.
Rate: USD 425 inclusive of champagne breakfast and game drives.

Nature Walks
Have a feel the wilderness as you walk amid the animals will a trained maasai tracker/guide/naturalists. The walk will give you an opportunity of appreciating the openness of the wild and learn about the existing flora and fauna.
Rate:USD 20 per person

Maasai Cultural Visit
This will include a visit to a traditional maasai village or homestead. Here you will be taught on maasai culture and way of life. A Maasai moran will explain who the maasai manage to coexist with the wild animals. The visit will not end without a dance from the morans and women.
Rate:USD 20 per person
Flying in Safari
This safari gives you the opportunity to see the Rift Valley and the wonderful scenery from above as you fly over it. The Maasai Mara is probably the most famous nature reserve in Kenya, not only because of its abundance of wildlife including the 'Big Five' but also because of the Maasai tribe which live alongside the wildlife. When most people visit Kenya they ensure they get time to visit this astounding area.

One night Fly-in Safari

Includes:
Return Airfare from Nairobi
Return transfers from Olkiombo airstrip to Kichakani Camp
Full board accommodation
Two game drives per day

Rates:
Peak Season - USD 600
1st Jan - 31st March 1st Jun - 31st Dec

Low Season - USD 570
1st Apr - 31st Jun

Not Included:
Park fees
Nature walks, Maasai cultural visits (extra costs)
Tips, gratuities and souveniours

Two-night Fly-in Safari

Includes:
Return Airfare from Nairobi
Return transfers from Olkiombo airstrip to Kichakani Camp
Full board accommodation
Two game drives per day

Rates:
Peak Season - USD 800
1st Jan - 31st March 1st Jun - 31st Dec

Low Season - USD 720
1st Apr - 31st Jun

Not Included:
Park fees
Nature walks, Maasai cultural visits (extra costs)
Tips, gratuities and souveniours

4 Days Maasai Mara/Lake Nakuru
Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru have a wonderful variety of wildlife from the huge graceful elephants in Masai Mara to the small unusual birds around Lake Nakuru.
Masai Mara is an opportunity to see the 'Big Five' in their entire splendor while Lake Nakuru is a great attraction for birds and a NOT TO BE MISSED for bird lovers. The terrain in these 2 parks is a great contrast. Masai Mara has vast flat plains whilst Nakuru has a lake surrounded by forest and rocky cliffs. During some times of the year the lake is covered by a blanket of pink flamingoes.
Day 1: Nairobi - Masai Mara
As you travel out towards the Masai Mara, the scenery will astound you. The views from above the Great Rift Valley are breathtaking and the journey itself will be unforgettable. After a game drive in the early evening, return to the Kichakani Mara Camp to stay overnight.
Day 2: Masai Mara
An early morning or early evening game drive is a wonderful opportunity to see the animals being more active. The cooler temperatures at these times are more preferable for hunting than during mid-Day when the heat can be too much.
Day 3: Masai Mara - Lake Nakuru
Head towards Lake Nakuru where you will have a good chance to see rhino as there are more here than in the Masai Mara. Spend the evening in the Lake Nakuru lodge / Sarova Lion Hill Lodge.
Day 4: Lake Nakuru - Nairobi
Take an early morning game drive before heading back to Nairobi. The lake also attracts many other animals such as waterbuck, buffalo, gazelle, reedbuck and the amusing warthogs that run with their tails poking into the air.

Rate: USD 800 per person minimum 4pax

Includes:
Full board accommodation
Two game drives per day
Transportation in a tour van
Services of a professional driver/guide
Park entry fees

Excludes:
Drinks accompanying meals
Tips, gratuities and souveniours


8 Days Amboseli/Aberdares/Lake Nakuru/Maasai Mara
This safari is the most adventurous allowing you the chance to view wildlife in their natural habitats. Masai Mara being the most famous game reserve for its annual wildebeest migration from Serengeti National Park along with their predators, while Lake Nakuru National Park is best known worldwide for its millions of flamingos amongst other bird species. Aberdates National Park gives you are opportunity to view wildlife at night at a water hole from the convenience from a tree hotel
On the other hand, Amboseli National Park forms a better home for different wild animals at the foot of Mt Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.

Day 1: Nairobi City
Upon arrival in Nairobi - safari capital of the world, you will be met and chauffeured to your hotel to unwind and relax.
Day 2-3: Amboseli National Park
We begin our safari with a drive to Amboseli National Park near Kilimanjaro, whose magnificent snow-capped peak soars to 19,340 feet. Our afternoon is spent game viewing here amid the large elephant population, giraffe and predators, including lion and cheetah. With Mount Kilimanjaro providing a splendid backdrop for all our photographs, we spend the next day on morning and afternoon game drives, watching for zebra and wildebeest along the saltpan trail.
Day 4: Aberdares National Park
After breakfast drive to renowned Mountain lodge. Arrive in time for lunch. Spend the afternoon viewing games from the comforts of verandahs over looking a popular watering hole and mineral lick.
Day 5: Lake Nakuru
After breakfast we travel to Thompson Falls then down to the floor of the Rift Valley and onto Lake Nakuru National Park. Spend the day exploring the amazing bird life as well as rhino and leopard for which Lake Nakuru is internationally known. The park is also home to a large colony of flamingo.
Day 6-7: Masai Mara Game Reserve
This remarkable day takes us to the land of the Maasai, a cattle-herding people still proudly aloof from western civilization. Our destination, the Maasai Mara, is a magnificent park and home to Kenya's richest concentration of wildlife. On morning and afternoon game drives, we view some of Africa's largest prides of lion, herds of zebra, antelope, buffalo, wildebeest, giraffe, cheetah and hyena.
Day 8: Maasai Mara/Nairobi
An early morning game drive is followed by a breakfast feast. Take your time to say Kwaheri to simba and his friends. We leave when you're ready. In the evening we chauffeur you to the airport and bid you bon voyage as you catch your flight home.

Rate: USD 2300 per person minimum 4pax

Includes:
Full board accommodation
Two game drives per day
Transportation in a tour van
Services of a professional driver/guide
Park entry fees

Excludes:
Drinks accompanying meals
Tips, gratuities and souveniours
Three Days Masai Mara Road
The Masai Mara is probably the most famous nature reserve in Kenya, not only because of its abundance of wildlife including the 'Big Five' but also because of the Maasai tribe, which live alongside the wildlife. When most people visit Kenya they ensure they get time to visit this astounding area.
This safari gives you the opportunity to see many of the big animals as well as lots of small game. You will pass through the Great Rift Valley and see some unforgettable scenery.

Day 1: Nairobi/Masai Mara
Leave Nairobi and travel through the Great Rift Valley where you will get magnificent views of the land. After you descend into the rift valley you will travel towards the Masai Mara as villages become fewer, there is often the chance to spot small game on the way to the park. Spend the night at our Kichakani Mara Camp on the banks of River Talek.
Day 2: Masai Mara
Masai Mara has everything, lions, giraffes, buffalos, hippos, crocodiles, elephants, rhino, leopards, cheetahs and lots of other small game. Now it is time to search and see what you can spot.
Day 3: Mara/Nairobi
After breakfast take the last ride through the park to see if you can spot more wildlife before you climb up the rift valley and return to Nairobi.

Rate: USD 700 per person minimum 4pax

Includes: Full board accommodation
Two game drives per day
Transportation in a tour van
Services of a professional driver/guide
Park entry fees

Excludes:
Drinks accompanying meals
Tips, gratuities and souveniours