The 11 Days Budget Safari to Kenya and Tanzania is an exciting adventure that takes you through some of the most magnificent landscapes and wildlife reserves in East Africa. During this tour, you will experience the diverse cultures, breathtaking landscapes, and incredible wildlife of Kenya and Tanzania.
You will depart from Nairobi in the morning for a journey south through the floor of the Great Rift Valley. You’ll enjoy a picnic lunch at Narok. Proceed with the journey and arrive at the Mara for an afternoon game drive. Masai Mara offers excellent big cats sightings especially if timed well with the yearly wildebeest great migration. Later on, you’ll drive to your camp.
Your dinner and overnight stay will be at Mara Springs Campsite.
After breakfast, you’ll leave the camp or lodge with a picnic lunch and explore the park to see its myriad of attractions. Masai Mara has recently been crowned the seventh Wonder of the World. You’ll also visit the Mara River to see hippos and crocodiles. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the reserve before proceeding with an afternoon game drive. Your dinner and overnight stay will be at Mara Springs Camp.
Our 4-wheel drive safari vehicles offer a comfortable place for six people in the rear, and in front, you have your guide. So we can take up to 6 people on a safari. If your group has more people we will schedule additional vehicles.
You don’t need to be smartly dressed on safari. The most important thing is to be comfortably and practically dressed. Safari colors – green, khaki, brown, or grey are really useful because white, red, and other bright colors might scare away wildlife! Some ladies may want to consider packing a sports bra as the roads are bumpy. Open sandals or other comfortable shoes may be useful to wear in the car when it is hot.
Of course, you can go on your own private safari, together with your driver/guide. In fact, most of our safaris are privately organized. The price however depends on the number of people on safari.
Yes, payment can be done on a credit card (Visa – MasterCard – American Express). With credit card payments, there is a 5% surcharge. The best is still to bring cash in USD. You’ll get the best exchange rates for 50 and 100 USD notes. Also make sure not to bring USD notes less than 2006, as these are not accepted anymore in Tanzania.