• 7 Day Obama Package
    Day 01: Nairobi to Naivasha
    Depart Nairobi in the early morning towards Lake Naivasha.
    Arrive Fish Eagle campsite. Proceed on a boat ride to Crescent Island, 15 minutes. This is a private game sanctuary where you can wander on foot among herds of zebra, wildebeest, gazelle, vervet monkeys, hares, genet cats, waterbuck and giraffe. It is also a great place for bird watching, with over 300 species of birds on display.
    After lunch, the options include visiting Elsamere Conservation center, relaxing by the poolside or partaking in sport fishing on the lake (all at additional extra costs). The Elsamere center is a conservation center focused on environmental awareness programs as well as a memorial museum for the late Joy Adamson of Born Free fame. Dinner and overnight camping back at Fish eagle.
    Day 02: Naivasha to Nakuru
    Early morning breakfast before breaking camp towards nearby Lake Nakuru for a game drive. The park is home to warthogs, waterbuck, buffaloes, reedbucks, and the occasional leopard. White and black rhinos were introduced to the park some years ago and you may find white rhino at the southern end. The park has also retained its reputation amongst bird enthusiasts with more than 400 species of bird found here. We spend the night at a campsite just outside of town.
    Day 03: Nakuru to Kakamega
    Early breakfast before breaking camp and departing towards the shores of Lake Victoria.
    Lunch en route before arriving at Kakamega forest. Here we enjoy a guided walk through the only mid-altitude rainforest in Kenya (a remnant of Central Africa rainforests). This national park is home to over 300 bird species, over 350 tree species, 27 species of “friendly” snakes and 400 butterfly species. Further attractions include the endangered De Brazza monkey, the majestic blue and white colobus monkey, flying squirrels and potto (the world’s slowest mammal) making it a great place to explore. Dinner and overnight camping in the reserve.

    Day 04: Kogelo to Kericho
    Depart the pristine forests of Kakamega after a hearty breakfast towards the small rural village of Kogelo – the birthplace of Barrack Obama’s father. Explore the humble village and experience the community warmth enjoyed by the peoples of Kenya. The village has a primary school, health center and a high school (Senator Obama Secondary School) named after the president elect.
    In the afternoon drive towards Kericho, famous for its tea plantations. Dinner and overnight at a campsite.
    Day 05: Kericho to Maasai Mara
    Break camp and depart towards Narok and the Maasai Mara game reserve. Arrive at our semi-permanent Talek riverside campsite situated at the edge of the park. Here we have stand-up tents with beds for use as well as small wood cabins for those after a touch more comfort. Hot showers are available in the camp and meals are served in the dinning mess or in the open.
    Day 06: Maasai Mara
    Full day spent exploring the Mara game reserve through early morning and late afternoon game drives. Wherever you go in the Mara you will see a frequent amount of wildlife such as Maasai giraffe, baboons, warthogs, bat eared foxes, grey jackals, spotted hyena, Topis, impala, hartebeests, wildebeest. Elephants, buffaloes, zebras and hippos also exist in great numbers. It is also common to see lions either basking after a heavy meal, or surveying the plains for their next meal. Cheetahs and leopards are harder to spot but are still reasonably common.
    Day 07: Nairobi
    We break camp and drive to Narok where Maasai souvenirs can be bought, then back to Nairobi to arrive by late afternoon.
    SAFARI PRICE – USD 860per person
    What is included in the price.
    - Transport by special safari vehicle
    - Services of an English-speaking driver/tour guide and cook
    - All campsite fees
    - All camping equipment including use of our three-person tents (each tent shared by 2 people), stools, foam mattresses except sleeping bags
    - Three meals a day while on safari whether vegetarian or non-vegetarian prepared by our safari cook
    What is not included in the price:
    -Game park entrance fees, Lake Naivasha boat ride shown separately as ‘local payment’
    -Personal travel insurance
    -Flying Doctors Service for emergency evacuation cover valid for 2 months [available in our office at US$25pp within 500km Radius or US$50 within 1000kms from Nairobi].
    - Sleeping bags [available for hire in the office at US$30 per bag per safari with US$ 40 refundable deposit]
    - Hotel accommodation in Nairobi.
    - All international &domestic air flights and train bookings [But can be arranged on request]
    - Balloon safari- US$ 425 per person in Maasai Mara [But can be arranged on request]
    - All airport/hotel/airport transfers [but can be arranged at extra cost]
    - All airport taxes and visas
    - All personal expenses and toiletries; e.g. mineral water, toilet tissue, laundry, telephones, beverages, tips, portage, etc.
    -Any other extras not stated as included above

    Located about 25 miles off the Tanzanian coast, ‘Ugunja’ as it’s locally known, covers approximately 650 Square Miles (60 miles long and 20 miles wide). It is known for its beautiful white sandy beaches with fringing coral reefs, and the thrill of historic Stone Town, the main town. The town is old and characterized by bustling bazaars, mosques, cathedrals and grand extravagant Arab houses. Most of the houses were built in the 19th century.

    Zanzibar’s Cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper and other spices are among the finest quality in the world. It is said that these spices were the ones that brought the sultans of Oman here in the first place and thereafter started the infamous slave trade.

    Zanzibar has some of the best diving spots in the world and the coral reefs around the island ensure that the marine life is abundant. Other interesting places to visit include Jozani forest where you will see the rare red Colobus monkey that is endemic to Zanzibar.

    The Arabic town of Zanzibar possesses interesting relics, the former Sultans Palace set in gardens on the front near the Arab Fort and Beit el Ajaib, the Sultan´s House of Wonders, the Marahubi Palace built for the harem of a Sultan Prince, the Kidichi Baths, a gift from an early Sultan to his persian wife, the houses where Livingstone and Burton lived.
    4 Day Swahili Classic Tour
    This 4 day tour of Zanzibar focuses on the Stone town (its capital), as well as on other interesting aspects such as Kizimbani Village and fishing villages. This tour can easily be extended to allow for some time of the beaches of Zanzibar.
    Day 01: Arrive Stone town-Zanzibar
    On arrival at Zanzibar Airport, you will be met and transferred to Stone Town. Accommodation is on Bed & Breakfast basis.
    Day 2: Full Day Tour of Stone town
    After breakfast depart to the former Slave market site. Guided visit of the area and then drive to Maruhubi Palace ruins. Guided visit around the Palace, the fishing Village and the dhow shed. Proceed driving to Mangapwani village. Guided walk through the local farms and continue to visit the slave chambers and caves.
    Swahili Lunch at Serena Restaurant in Mangapwani. The restaurant is located on the outskirt of Zanzibar stone town. The Serena Mangapwani Restaurant and Watersports Centre is a great destination for those looking for somewhere special. Visitors to Mangapwani are offered a fresh seafood barbeque cooked to perfection by Serena’s expert team of chefs. The atmosphere is informal and friendly and the restaurant comprises a series of traditional makuti bandas, all set into a lush hillside overlooking an idyllic beach. Guests can also enjoy fishing, snorkeling, kayaking, catamaran rides and other pleasant distractions at the well-equipped watersports centre. Late in the afternoon, Depart from Mangapwani aboard a local dhow and sail to Stone Town. Dinner at a restaurant in town. Overnight at the hotel.
    Day 03: Full Day Tour of Kizimbani Village
    After breakfast depart from the hotel with picnic lunches for a full day cultural tour at Kizimbani village. Return to the hotel for overnight.
    Day 04: Tour ends in Stone town
    After breakfast transfer to the airport for your flight home.

    Safari Pricing for 2012/2013 in USD
    Jan - Mar and 01 Jun - 19 Dec 2012/2013
    1 PAX 1216
    2 PAX 1059
    3 PAX 1002
    4 PAX 977
    5 PAX 961
    6 PAX 949
    Single Room Supplement 300
    Apr - May 2013
    1 PAX 1020
    2 PAX 863
    3 PAX 806
    4 PAX 781
    5 PAX 765
    6 PAX 753
    Single Room Supplement 140
    Price Includes
    Accommodation and meals as stipulated on each itinerary
    Ground transportation with an English speaking driver/guide
    Sightseeing as per itinerary – where indicated
    Entry fees for sightseeing indicated
    Price Excludes
    Airport or border transfers – unless stated otherwise on the itinerary
    Visas (currently US$ 50 per person)
    Inoculations and personal insurance
    Any internal flights and departure taxes (with Tanzania)
    International flights and departure taxes
    Optional activities and excursions
    Items of personal nature such as beverages, telephone, postage etc..
    Holiday (Christmas, Easter) and other seasonal surcharges

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