Kenya Cats Safari 7 Days

Embark on a 7-day adventure in Kenya where you’ll become acquainted with the Big Cats of Africa. Witness lions, cheetahs, and leopards in their natural habitat in Amboseli and Maasai Mara. Your journey also includes encounters with elephants, rhinos, and buffalo. Capture the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro backdrop. At Lake Nakuru, enjoy a sea of flamingos. Conclude your safari with relaxation at Crown Plaza Nairobi Airport Hotel, savoring rooftop vistas. This safari offers an unforgettable immersion into the feline wonders of Kenya’s wilderness!

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Embark on a thrilling Kenyan adventure that delves deep into the captivating world of Africa’s magnificent big cats. Your journey begins in Nairobi at the Hilton Garden Inn Nairobi Airport, serving as your gateway to the wild. As you explore Amboseli National Park, the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro provides a stunning backdrop for encounters with lions, leopards, and cheetahs during exhilarating game drives at Kibo Safari Camp.

Lake Nakuru National Park offers the chance to spot elusive leopards and famous tree-climbing lions, with peaceful nights at Nakuru Sopa Lodge. In Maasai Mara’s pristine landscapes, Zebra Plains Camp unveils the drama of resident lion prides and elusive cheetahs. Reflect on these extraordinary encounters at Crown Plaza Nairobi Airport Hotel, savoring a final meal and poolside relaxation before your departure. This Kenyan odyssey promises unforgettable moments in the realm of Africa’s majestic big cats.


Day 1


Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, our representative will meet you, transfer you to your hotel for check-in, and spend the remainder of the day at leisure.

Overnight The Hilton Garden Inn Nairobi Airport  (BB) or Similar

Day 2


After your breakfast, you will be met by our driver take you through your safari briefing before departing to Amboseli National Park. You will arrive at your lodge in time for lunch. Enjoy some time to cool off before departing and proceed on your first game drive in Amboseli National Park later in the evening. Come back to your lodge as the sun sets.

Overnight at Amboseli Kibo Safari Camp(FB) or Similar

Day 3


Enjoy a full day in the park filled with game drives in the early morning and in the afternoon in Amboseli National Park. Keep an eye out for the magnificent views from the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, also known as “the roof of Africa.” The best time to catch a view of the tallest free-standing mountain in the world is during early morning or just around sunset. Game drives with all meals and overnight at the Camp on a full board basis.

Overnight Kibo Safari Camp (FB) or Similar

Day 4


After an early breakfast, you will depart and drive to Lake Naivasha via Nairobi with lunch enroute,visit the fresh water lake for an optional hour boat ride($30 per person) for bird watching and hippo viewing. arriving  in the afternoon and proceed direct for an afternoon game drive at Lake Nakuru National Park. The waters here are often colored shimmering flamingo pink from thousands of the beautiful birds lining its shores,later drive to the lodge for dinner and overnight.

Overnight at Nakuru Sopa Lodge (FB) or Similar

Day 5


After breakfast, you’ll travel towards Kenya’s fertile highlands and head down the Rift Escarpment on the road built by Italian prisoners of war during World War II. Look for the charming chapel they built at the foot of the escarpment. You’ll pass the impressive Longonot earth satellite station as you head across the Valley to Narok, and then travel across acres of wheat and barley fields before you reach the Maasai Mara and be at your camp in time for lunch. There will be an afternoon game drive to introduce you to the park.

Overnight Zebra Plains Camp (FB) or Similar

Day 6


Grab an early morning tea or coffee at the camp and then leave with a packed bush breakfast to enjoy a morning game drive and watch life in the savanna awaken. Return to the camp for lunch. Relax at the camp until 4 o’clock. Then you will proceed to an afternoon game drive and watch the sunset or stay at the camp to relax. Maasai Mara is an extension of the Serengeti ecosystem to the south. The Mara is noted for its abundance of lions – particularly the superb black-maned males. See the Great Migration, where over 1.5 million wildebeest and other antelopes cross the extensive Mara River. Experience the battle between survival and hunger and how life in the savanna constantly moves. You are also likely to see many elephants here, often in large herds, and – if you’re lucky leopard, cheetah, and rhino. All of the Big Five are residents of this area. The African buffalo isn’t shy, so you’ll surely meet a few. Get the cameras ready and enjoy yourselves! In the evening you can have an optional visit to a Maasai village( $20 per person).

Overnight at Zebra Plains Camp (FB) or Similar.

Day 7


Depart after breakfast for Nairobi arriving in the afternoon, drop off drop off at the Crown Plaza Nairobi Airport Hotel, for a refresher package with one meal. The rooftop offers a beautiful view over the green surroundings, enjoy a drink the bar (not included) or take a rest at the swimming pool as you await your flight schedule back home. Later transfer to the Terminal for your flight as per schedule.

Nairobi, KE
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Wind: 11 mph
Pressure: 1025 mb
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 6:12 am
Sunset: 6:23 pm

Do we need visas for Kenya?

Yes, visas are required for travel to Kenya, depending on your country of origin.

What safari vehicles are used during the safari in Kenya?

We use a custom-built 4WD Toyota Land Cruiser for our safaris. The vehicles take up to 6 clients in 3 rows of seating (guaranteed window seat for all) with a pop-up roof, which can be raised for excellent wildlife viewing. The pop-up roof offer excellent photography opportunities and also provides shade while enjoying your safari. Our vehicles are serviced and maintained to a very high standard before and after every safari to ensure optimal comfort during your journey.

What currency can I use in Kenya?

Kenya have their local currency, Kenyan shillings. You can use USD dollars which is acceptable in Kenya as well.

When is the best time to do a safari in Kenya?

The best time to go on safari in Kenya is during the dry season, typically from June to October. This is the peak season for safari tourism as the weather is mild, the vegetation is less dense, and wildlife is more easily spotted around the water sources. The months of July to September are particularly popular as the wildebeest migration occurs in the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. However, the dry season is also the busiest time of year, and prices for accommodation and tours tend to be higher. Suppose you’re looking for a quieter and more affordable safari experience. In that case, you may want to consider visiting during the shoulder season, which runs from January to March or November to early December. During these months, the weather is still relatively dry, and there are fewer tourists. The rainy season, which typically runs from April to May and November to December, can be challenging for safari. The roads can become impassable, and the vegetation is denser, making wildlife harder to spot. However, some lodges and parks offer discounted rates during this time, and the landscape can be lush and beautiful.

Is it safe for me to take my children with me on Safari?

Yes, traveling to Kenya can be a wonderful experience for families with children. We provide excellent child-friendly guides and try to limit the amount of time spent in a vehicle. We also offer regular stops along the way when doing a family safari. Please get in touch with us at for more information. You should also ensure that your children understand the importance of respecting the wildlife and following safety guidelines, such as staying inside the vehicle during game drives and listening to your guide’s instructions. It’s also important to take precautions to prevent illnesses such as malaria, which is prevalent in many safari destinations in Africa. Ensure your children are up-to-date on their vaccinations, and bring appropriate insect repellent and clothing to protect against mosquito bites.

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Included in the price:

  • Meet and greet services with assistance at the airport or hotel
  • All transport and game drives on road safaris will be in a 4×4 Landcruiser
  • Services of a professional English-speaking driver-guide on a private
  • All transfers in Nairobi
  • Refresher Package at Crowne Plaza Airport Hotel Restaurant on the last day
  • Meals and accommodation as specified
  • All park fees and government taxes
  • 2 bottles of 1⁄2 liter mineral water per person per day on game drives

Excluded from the price:

  • Visas, international flights, and airport taxes (clients pay direct)
  • Driver-guide gratuities, drinks, dining rooms tips, porterage
  • Flying doctor’s emergency rescue cover while on safari
  • Balloon Safari – $ 450 Per person 
  • Maasai village visit – $20 Per Person
  • Boat ride in Lake Naivasha – $30

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