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Our incredible offer of only $1290 for six days
With Kenya now open for safaris, and no quarantine required from most countries,
we are giving you an unbelievable rate to celebrate, and make this trip affordable
for as many people. This rate cannot be matched, and we will not be able to offer it
again as this is a one time offer to us by the accommodation providers.
Serendipity'Ntravel Safaris has no middle men, and we own our safari vehicles in
Kenya, and do not have extra costs that are added on by other tour providers. These
savings are passed on to you to make it affordable and doable.
Come join us for an unforgettable trip into the wilds of Kenya.
Now available in January or February 2021 with flexible days!
Arrive in Nairobi, Kenya and be picked up by our driver and be transferred to the Meridien
Best Western in Nairobi. Depending on what time you arrive, use the rest of the day to
sightsee or relax, go out together for dinner. Night at the Meridien.
After breakfast, leave for Lake Naivasha, stopping on the way to view the Great Rift Valley
which extends from Jordan to Mozambique. We will arrive in time for lunch at the Elsamere
Lodge, the former home of George and Joy Adamson of the movie "Born Free", which many
of us watched during our childhood days. The evening will be free to explore the grounds of
the lodge, and discover the many birds and animals that roam the area.
Late evening we will head out on a boat safari on Lake Naivasha to view hippo's up close
and enjoy the many birds around the lake. Weather permitting, we will visit Crescent Island,
where the movie 'Out of Africa' was filmed and go on a walking safari. Giraffes, zebras,
wildebeest, and antelopes are often observed. Dinner and night at Elsamere Lodge.
After breakfast, we will leave for the Masai Mara, stopping for lunch on the way. We will
reach the entrance to the Masai Mara by late afternoon, and commence our very first game
drive right away, focusing on the northern part of the park. After a couple of hours we will
check in at the Zebra Plains Camp, hopefully in time for a beautiful Kenyan sunset, which it is
famous for. Dinner and night at Zebra Plains.
JANUARY 20 & 21 Two full days!
Two full days will be spent on game drives observing the many lions, cheetahs, leopards,
elephants, zebras, giraffes, ostriches, gazelle, hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, antelopes,
warthogs, and a variety of birds. On one day we will visit the Mara River to take a look at at
the huge Nile crocodiles and the many hippos. We will also organize a bush breakfast out in
the Mara. We have no time restrictions, and will take you deep into the Masai Mara where
other tour companies will not. Dinner and night at Zebra Plains Camp.
After breakfast at camp, we will go on our final game drive in the Masai Mara. By late
morning we will depart the park and head towards Nairobi, stopping on the way for lunch.
You will be dropped off at the airport or at a Nairobi hotel. Please make sure that your flight
leaves after 11 pm today, as we will only reach Nairobi in the evening. For those leaving the
next day, extra activities can be organized.
COST: $1,290 per person on double/twin sharing.
Single room supplement: $95.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
Nairobi airport pickup and dropoff.
Transportation and game drives in a 4X4 luxury safari
vehicle with large windows and a pop up roof.
Guaranteed individual window seat.
All meals from breakfast on Jan 18 to lunch on Jan 22.
Licensed and certified safari Driver-Guides.
An electric refrigerator in the vehicle.
Complimentary bottled water while in the vehicle.
All passes, permits, entrance fees, and taxes.
WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED
Alcoholic or non-alcoholic beverages.
Phone calls or laundry.
Tips for porters.
Tips for your Driver-Guide.
Airfare to Nairobi and back from your home country.
Visa fee (presently $50).
Travel and medical insurance.
Note: We have never offered a rate this low before,
and it will be the one and only time that we will be
able to do so. You will not find anyone who can give
you a luxury safari in Kenya at this rate.
Spots are on a first come, first served basis, and are
limited to three safari vehicles.
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