An in-depth trip to Kenya’s reserves and tribes.

תמונה של כדור פורח מעל זברות שצולמה במהלך טיול ספארי באפריקה

                             13 Days/ 12 Nights Kenya Safari

Day 1: Pick up from the airport/ hotel and drive to Samburu National Reserve. The wild and rugged Samburu is fiercely beautiful with its arid savannahs watered by the lovely Uaso Nyiro River. It is also one of Kenya’s most protected areas and home to species only found north of the equator, from the reticulated giraffe to Grevy’s zebras and Beisa Oryxes. Arrive at Samburu for lunch.

After you settle in and relax proceed for an afternoon game drive in the reserve. Lunch, Dinner and overnight at the lodge/ camp 

Luxury Accommodation – Samburu Intrepids

Mid-range Accommodation – Saruni Samburu Lodge

Budget Accommodation – Samburu Desert Rose Lodge

Day 2: After breakfast, head out to explore Samburu with a morning and afternoon game drive. The day is spent searching for the big 5 and observing the vast unspoilt scenery. You will get to capture the amazing sceneries and the beautiful sunset in the evening. You can also opt to visit the cultural visits within the area. All meals and overnight at the hotel/ camp 

Day 3: After breakfast depart for Olpejeta conservancy arriving in time for lunch. The conservancy is located between foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kenya. It is the only place in Kenya that offers the opportunity to see chimpanzees and is the largest black rhino sanctuary.

After lunch, head out for an afternoon game drive to spot different species of wildlife. Return to  Serena Sweet Waters Camp for dinner and overnight.

Day 4:
After breakfast depart for Kenya’s finest Lake Nakuru National Park. The Park is in the Great Rift Valley and regarded by avid birders’ as the greatest World ornithological spectacle on the Earth.

This park was previously known for its thousands of Flamingoes coloring the lake pink and the rhino sanctuary amongst other wildlife. However due to the increase in water levels the flamingoes have decreased in numbers. However this park does provide too good chances of spotting the elusive leopard amongst other wildlife. Arrive for lunch at your camp/lodge. Have an afternoon game drive then return to the lodge/camp (

Luxury Accommodation – Sarova Lionhill

Mid-range Accommodation –  Lake Nakuru Lodge 

Budget Accommodation – Chester Hotel 


Day 5: After breakfast drive to the world’s famous Masai Mara Game Reserve which is seen by many as the jewel of Kenya’s park. The reserve is Kenya’s number one park and is always on every tourist’s “Must See List”. Full of life with various types of animals and birds, Masai Mara crown’s the climax of every safari in Kenya. Its rolling grasslands and acacia savannah have time and again been captured on film with the movie “Out of Africa” being the most famous. Masai Mara is home to the “Big Five” (Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Rhino) and over 450 bird species. Even when the migration is quiet, the Mara offers arguably the most scintillating game-viewing in Africa; great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and thousands of elands, buffaloes, impalas and Grant’s gazelles. Solitary leopards haunt the acacia trees lining the Mara River, while cheetahs prowl the plains. The climate is gentle, rarely too hot and well spread rainfall year-round.


Arrive for lunch then head out for an afternoon game drive and start spotting nature at its best. Continue with the exploration of wildlife and as the sun starts to edge dip into the African horizon it will be the perfect opportunity for you to capture the beautiful Mara landscape on film. Dinner and overnight will be at the lodge/Camp.

Luxury Accommodation – Serena Lodge 

Mid-range Accommodation – Mara Sopa Lodge 

Budget Accommodation – Mara Sidai Camp

Day 6: Morning breakfast at the camp and afterwards head out with your picnic lunch boxes and spend the day in the reserve as you explore and experience nature in its raw form; the landscape is breathtaking with its network of roads specially constructed for game viewing. Break for lunch at a picnic site then continue spotting wild animals until early evening when you return to the camp/ lodge for freshening up and dinner. 

You have the option to visit a Masai Village and learn about the Masai culture and their way of life or have a panoramic view of the Masai Mara in the early morning on a hot air balloon safari over the plains of the Masai Mara. These 2 activities are optional at an extra cost and can be arranged by our office at a discounted rate.

Day 7: Rise up early the morning and drive out by 6.30 AM and have a game drive. During the Morning Game drive, chances are that you can spot as many animals since the sun is not yet out and too hot so the animals will not be hiding in the bushes and they are still active. Return to the lodge for full breakfast and rest. In the late afternoon visit the Masai village and learn more about the Maasai and there way of culture. Return to the lodge/camp with an en-route game drive. 

Day 8: After breakfast leave for Lake Naivasha arriving for lunch. In the afternoon proceed to the lake for a boat ride and on to Crescent Island for a walking safari among the wildlife. The island is one of the most beautiful parks in Kenya and is Naivasha’s best kept secret. The shores host abundant birdlife including pelicans, cormorants and fish-eagles with their haunting cry. Later in the evening return to the camp/lodge for dinner and overnight. 

Anashipai Resort 

Sopa Lodge 

Day 9: After breakfast depart for Amboseli National Park. The Park is at an altitude of about 1200m – 1400m and beautifully situated beneath the foot of Africa’s highest mountain (5895m), the majestic snowcapped Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Amboseli has large herds of wildebeest, zebras, elephants, giraffes, lions, and a variety of other animals and birds all of which are attracted to this park due to its permanent supply of water that filters through the volcanic rock from Mt. Kilimanjaro’s melting snow. The park is also home to the Masai people, those tall, brave, and proud nomads who live in close harmony with the environment and the wildlife that surrounds them.

Arrive for lunch then head out for an afternoon game drive and start spotting animals till in the evening where you will proceed to the lodge/camp. 

Luxury Accommodation – Satao Elerai

Mid-range Accommodation – AA Amboseli 

Budget Accommodation – Kimana Camp

Day 10: Rise early for a good view of Mount Kilimanjaro before clouds build up over the summit. After breakfast, we head out with your packed lunch for a full day game drive and spend the day in the reserve spotting wild animals. Amboseli is an excellent place to view a multitude of wildlife, including everything from Wildebeest to Giraffes to Baboons. Optional visit to a Masai village is planned after breakfast. Return to the lodge after the afternoon game drive for freshening up and dinner.  All meals and overnight at lodge/ camp.

Day 11: Enjoy an early morning game drive before breakfast then depart for Tsavo West National Park arriving for lunch. The park is famously known for its large of over 900 free ranging elephants and offers some of the most magnificent game viewing in the world and attractions include rhinos, hippos, lions, cheetah, leopards, Buffalos, diverse plant and bird species including the threatened corncrake and near threatened Basra Reed Warbler.

Other attractions within the park include the spectacle Mzima Springs, a vibrant volcanic arena ( molten lava) that form Shetani lava, Ngulia Sanctuary and Lake Jipe that lies astride Kenya and Tanzania border. 

Have an exciting afternoon game drive then proceed to the lodge/ camp for rest, dinner and overnight. {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Luxury Accommodation – Kilaguni Serena Lodge or similar

Mid-range Accommodation – Severin Lodge or similar

Budget Accommodation – Man Eaters Camp or similar


Day 12: Early morning game drive before breakfast then depart for Tsavo East National Park arriving for lunch at the camp/ lodge. The Park  contains a diversity of habitats, wildlife and a mountainous scenic landscape. The park is a vast expanse of savanna stretching from Mtito Andei, along the Mombasa-Nairobi road and south to the Tanzanian border. Major wildlife attractions include elephant, rhino, Hippos, lions, cheetah, leopards, Buffalos, diverse plant and bird species including the threatened corncrake and near threatened Basra Reed Warbler.


In the afternoon head out with your driver for a game drive as it is a perfect place to connect with nature. Dinner and overnight at the at the lodge/camp.

Luxury Accommodation – Ashnil Aruba Lodge or similar

Mid-range Accommodation – Voi Safari Lodge or similar

Budget Accommodation – Ndololo Camp or similar


Day 13: After breakfast depart for Nairobi where your safari ends at the airport or at the hotel. End of our services.

Friday and Saturday in Nairobi. Friday we will visit an orphanage for elephants and the Giraffes Center, Shabbat at the Chabad House.

Coffee, tea and cakes, Shabbat services at the Chabad House, followed by a Shabbat meal

After the Shabbat meal and according to your wishes, you can take a walk in the city.

Shabbat in Nairobi is a special experience. Israeli travelers and local businessmen gather at the Chabad House, sing together “Lecha Dodi” and “Eshet Chayil” and sit down for a rich and luxurious Shabbat meal full of singing and joy.

On Motzei Shabbat (Saturday night): Havdalah and a “Melave Malka” dinner.


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