Under Canvas wildlife viewing in Kenya by road 12 Days 11 Nights

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Under Canvas wildlife viewing in Kenya by road 12 Days 11 Nights

This is an exciting 12 days Wildlife Viewing and bird watching safari to some of the best reserves in Kenya. The safari starts in Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and ends at the same airport, where you will be dropped off after your safari. You will visit Tsavo East and West National Parks, which is one of the largest National Parks in the world; Amboseli National Park, famous for its large elephant herds; Mt Kenya National park, famous for having the highest mountain in Kenya; Lake Nakuru National park, which is Kenya's most captivating flamingo and rhino sanctuary; Lake Naivasha, the highest of the Rift Valley lakes and which offers you an unforgettable bird watching experience; then finally the famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve, which is also the 7th wonder of the world and Africa's greatest wildlife reserve. During your safari, you are likely to see a large variety of wildlife species ranging from the big five, giraffes, zebras, different species of reptiles and other wild animals found in the plains. During your safari, you will travel with our tour guide/driver in a comfortable safari minibus and stay in tented camps.

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