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“With our economy family safari, we seriously consider your holiday Budget.”

Where you spend each night on our economy family safari can be just as important as what you do each day so it’s good to have a clear idea of what you’re expecting of your accommodation. Our selection of hotels for the economy family safari ranges from affordable 3* properties to opulent 5* properties that offer the best in luxury and comfort while camps offer cheaper rates. Choose accommodation that suits your budget.

To get the most out of economy family safari it’s always best to travel with a guide. A passionate, knowledgeable guide will provide you with invaluable information and will also be your driver and accompany you throughout your journey. We provide the best, well experienced guides for our economy family safari. Touring can be prohibitively expensive so you may wish to consider our family safari, which will not only keep costs down but also gives you the opportunity to go on the most memorable safari of your lifetime.

Other ways to make your budget go further is to look at traveling in low season on the family safari. The weather may not be at its best but there will always be something to see and something to do, usually without the crowds, with hotel room rates slashed and everything much quieter.


The safari takes you to see the big herds of swamp elephants and the beautiful view of Mt.Kilimanjaro, Lake Nakuru for the flamingos and rhino with optimum game viewing. It’s a short safari with optimum game viewing ideal for those with limited time but would like to share in the fun. For those with toddlers or those who want to take it easy without too much driving and still get the safari experience, this safari is ideal. Experience both our fresh and alkaline lakes that lie on the floor of the Great Rift Valley with their diverse ecosystems. Opportunities of coming close to wildlife and birds are ever present. One can never guarantee to see all wildlife as they wander free in their natural habitat but on this safari the chances are high that one may spot the big 5 leopard and rhino being the hardest to spot.. See the great wildebeest migration between July and October.


Day 1Day 1: Nairobi - Amboseli National Park.

Pick up from your hotel or airport (Breakfast on your own) then proceed to Amboseli National Park. On arrival, do a game drive en route to camp. The afternoon game drive starts at 3 pm until 6.30 pm. This park is home to large herds of Elephant, Wildebeest (Gnu), Buffalo, Gazelle, Lion, Cheetah, monkey families and rare bird species. In the early evening, the clouds clear, exposing the snow –capped dome of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Dinner and overnight. Meal plan: (Lunch & Dinner).

Day 2Day 2: Amboseli National Park - Lake Nakuru National Park.

Depart after breakfast for Lake Nakuru National Park, arriving in Nairobi for lunch. After lunch depart for Lake Nakuru and on arrival do a game drive in the park until sunset when you check-in at the lodge or camp. The game drive takes you to the lake to view Flamingo and Pelican. You can also view White/ Black Rhino, Rothschild Giraffe, the big cats and Waterbuck. Dinner and overnight. Meal plan: (Full Board).

Day 3Day 3: Lake Nakuru - Maasai Mara Game Reserve.

Early morning game drive in the park. After breakfast, with picnic lunch on the way drive along the Great Rift Valley, passing by the extinct volcano of Mount Longonot en route to Maasai Mara Game Reserve. On arrival do a game drive until sunset with a chance to see the Big Five; Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and the Leopard; See herds of Wildebeest, Zebra, Gazelle, Impala, Maasai Giraffe and other kinds of African wildlife in this fascinating wildlife paradise. check-in, dinner and overnight. Meal plan: (FullBoard).

Day 4Day 4: Maasai Mara Game Reserve.

Spend a whole day viewing wildlife in Maasai Mara Game reserve with morning and afternoon game drives. a chance to see the “BIG FIVE”: Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard. Wildebeest, Zebra, Cheetah and Gazelle. Other kinds of African wildlife can also be easily observed. Witness the famous wildebeest (Gnu) and zebra migration from Serengeti (Tanzania) to Maasai Mara (Kenya) between July and September; this movement is one of the wonders of the world. Maasai Mara is the stomping ground of the Great Migration. A massive accumulation of 1.5 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebra and 350,000 gazelle stretch their legs over 1,200 miles in an annual race to find enough water and green grass for their survival. This day you also have a chance to go on a hot air balloon ride over the African savannah extra cost. Visit. You will also visit a Maasai village and learn something about a people that have lived side by side with wild animals for centuries. Overnight. Meal plan: (Full Board).

Day 5: Maasai Mara Game Reserve - Nairobi.

Early morning game drive before breakfast. Depart for Nairobi after breakfast, with picnic lunch on the way to Nairobi, arriving in late afternoon at your respective hotel or airport. Meal plan: (Breakfast & Lunch).

Itinerary is based on and includes the following:
  • Price calculation is subject to the availability of space in the accommodations listed or their equivalent.
  • Price is per person sharing double, twin/triple room/tent.
  • Single- Supplement per person shall apply where necessary.
  • Children aged 3 to 11 yers: 50% sharing with parents

    Children aged 12 to 18 years: 75% of adult price

  • Mode of transport; Safari van. Safari jeep available on request.
  • Price is for the number of days in itinerary only.
  • Meal Plan as per above package itinerary.
  • Park Entrance Fees, Accommodation as per itinerary, transport and game drives.
  • All Government taxes and levies.
  • Drive in a Safari van with English/French speaking Tour driver/guide.
Itinerary Excludes:

International air transport.

Visa fees (currently US$50 per passport holder for Kenya. Tanzania visa fee ranges from US$50 to US$200 depending on the nationality).
International departure tax of US$40 per person in Kenya and US$30 in Tanzania unless included in international air ticket.

Travel insurance.

Tips to hotel/lodge staff (budget approximately US$2 – US$4 per person per day),

Gratuity to tour driver/guide (Guideline US$5 upwards to 10$ per person per day.

All items of a personal nature such as laundry and drinks.

Extras such as Maasai village fees, Boat ride, Nature walk, tips etc.

NOTE: Prices only apply if a safari takes place and is completed within the specified price periods. Specific prices will be provided for any safaris or services that extend into next price period.

Safari is for a minimum of 2 people, Solo Traveler, Solo Traveler with 1 or 2 Child/Children has to request for price/availability.

All quotes are subject to availability and change due to: airfare increases, hotel rate increases, currency exchange fluctuations and any other unforeseen circumstances, without prior notice.


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