GETTING THERE - We’ll meet you at Jomo Kenyatta International airport and bring you to Giraffe Manor in the leafy Nairobi suburb of Langata, for a sumptuous three-course lunch.
EXPERIENCE - This classic ivy-clad manor house is home to a tower of Rothschild’s giraffes that live in the grounds of the hotel. The large veranda and terrace is perfect for feeding them by hand*. These giraffes are all wild and there’s a breeding and conservation programme at the Giraffe Centre located in Giraffe Manor’s grounds, which we invite you to visit. There’s lots to do here including visiting the Karen Blixen Museum, dedicated to the great Danish explorer and a visit to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust where you can meet orphaned elephants. We also offer the chance to shop for art and gifts from local Kenyan designers, artists and craftspeople.
* The giraffe at Giraffe Manor are wild and therefore we cannot guarantee interaction with them at any given time.
GETTING THERE After breakfast, we will transfer you to Wilson Airport for your ﬂight to the Masai Mara. On arrival you’ll head to Sala’s Camp, with a small game drive en-route.
EXPERIENCE An authentic safari experience with friendliness, hospitality and ﬁne dining. You’ll explore the Masai Mara National Park on our spectacular game drives, usually either ﬁrst thing in the morning or at dusk to see the animals at the peak of their activity. Or we can organise for a bush lunch out in the Masai Mara itself. Back at Camp, you can take part in activities, go for local walks along the river-bed or relax and enjoy the view from the hammock outside your tent.
Meeting up for sun-downers before dinner.
GETTING THERE After breakfast you’ll be taken to the Keekorok airstrip for a ﬂight to Migori with a packed lunch from the camp. From Migori you will take a road transfer across the Kenya Tanzania border to Tarime. From Tarime you will catch a ﬂight to Ndutu in the Serengeti.
EXPERIENCE The annual Great Migration is the safari-lovers holy grail and the Serengeti National Park has two key areas where it can be seen. Olakira Camp is divided into two camps, both speciﬁcally located to follow the migration. Each year the camp moves from the Mara River to the plains of Ndutu, ensuring the optimum viewing opportunities.