The Ultimate 6 Days, 5 Nights Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Travel Packages
Are you looking for an adventure that will excite you? Our 6 Days, 5 Nights Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara travel packages take you to Kenya’s leading attractions. These destinations make Kenya travel packages stand out from the rest of the world.
Amboseli National Park is proudly home to some of the largest elephant herds in Africa and one of the few places you can see them up close. It is also most renowned for having the majestic snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro as its background.
Located in Kenya’s Kajiado County, this park is 240 km from Nairobi and can be reached by road or by air. Amboseli National Park Tours showcases different ecosystems ranging from savannah, wetlands, and woodlands.
A significant difference between Amboseli and other parks is its open plains, allowing for easy game viewing from all angles. After the Amboseli, our 6 Days Amboseli, Lake Naivasha, and Masai Mara Safari Package takes you to the lake. Lake Naivasha is only 5-hr away from Amboseli and offers attractions such as board rides and walking safaris among wildlife.
Lake Naivasha, or even Lake Nakuru, is a necessary stopover from Amboseli to Masai Mara during a safari due to the long distance. The distance from Naivasha to the Masai Mara is a further 5-hrs, which you will undertake on day four after your L. Naivasha Holiday Packages on day three.
The Mara requires no introduction. It is home to the wildebeest migration from July to October. Other than the migration, Masai Mara vacation packages let you see several animals like lions, buffalos, elephants, leopards, and rhinos.
You will likely encounter other animals like cheetahs, hippos, giraffes, and hundreds of different animal species and birds. It is also one of the few places where you can do game drives and go for cultural tours in a Maasai village. It is located about 260 km from Nairobi. Like Amboseli, you can get to the Mara by road or air.
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The Summarized, 6 Days, 5 Nights Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara Travel Packages Itinerary
Pickup from JKIA, Transfer to Amboseli, & Afternoon Game Drive
Full-Day Game View at Amboseli with Packed Lunch
Overnight at Kibo Safari Camp
Transfer to Lake Naivasha, Boat Ride at Lake Naivasha & Crescent Island
Overnight at Lake Naivasha Country Club
Transfer to Masai Mara & Afternoon Game Drive
Overnight at Zebra Plain Mara Camp
Transfer to Masai Mara & Afternoon Game Drive
Overnight at Zebra Plain Mara Camp
|Day 6||Morning Game View, Visit a Masai Village Transfer to Nairobi|
|Items Included||Pickups & Dropoffs, Full-Board Accommodation, 4×4 Safari Land Cruiser, Game Drives, Park Fees, Boat Ride, Walking Safari, Professional Safari Guide, Bottled Mineral Water, and More|
|Items Excluded||Visa, Money Transfer Fee, Tips & Gratuities, Laundry Service, and Hot Air Balloon Safari|
|Safari Price||Per Person Sharing Based on 2 Pax from USD 1764|
The Detailed, 6 Days, 5 Nights Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Tour Packages Itinerary
Our team has outlined the things you can expect during your six days safari in Kenya as seen below. Let us see what the six days Amboseli National Park, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara National Reserve itinerary offers.
Day 1: Pickup from JKIA, Transfer to Amboseli, & Afternoon Game Drive
You will arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport full of anticipation and happiness to be in the land of safari. We match your enthusiasm, and your professional safari guide will be waiting for you when you arrive.
After formally welcoming you and giving you a brief of your trip, you will embark on the four-hour journey, kick-starting the Amboseli National Park Packages. You will arrive at Amboseli late in the afternoon.
After checking in at the hotel, you will have enough time to freshen up before the afternoon game viewing in a safari vehicle. Amboseli is home to the largest elephant herds in Africa. In this game drive, you will encounter elephants and other wild animals such as lions, buffalos, giraffes, leopards, and cheetahs.
The world’s largest free-standing mountain will be the perfect background as you explore the open plains. Towards dusk, you will return to your accommodation for dinner and overnight.
Day 2: Full-Day Game Drive at Amboseli National Park with Packed Lunch
The second day of your Kenya safari will start bright and early as there is much to do and see. After a hearty breakfast, you will venture out for a morning game viewing in a 4×4 safari land cruiser. One advantage of Amboseli over other parks is that vegetation is sparse, which makes game viewing easier.
No sooner have you settled in the drive than you will start seeing lions, cheetahs, elephants, gazelles, and many other animals around you. At this time of day, the beauty of the snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro is indescribable. Good thing you have your camera with you to immortalize these moments.
The park has numerous swamps attracting many birds, so you will not be disappointed if you are a bird lover. Some of the bird species you should expect to see include pelicans, kingfishers, flamingoes, and crakes.
The next stop during this morning’s game drive is the observation hill. This is among the few places in the park where you can get out of the vehicle and walk around with the safari guide. From the top, you can see all corners of the park.
After an exciting morning game viewing that ends with a picnic lunch at the hill, you will continue with the afternoon adventure. This is the best time to see the animals as they come out to hunt for dinner.
Large elephant families will gather around the watering holes to drink, and the lions will try their luck at catching dinner. You should be heading to the camp in the late afternoon.
Day 3: Transfer to Lake Naivasha – Boat Ride at Lake Naivasha & Walking Safari at Crescent Island
After an exciting tour of Amboseli, your 5 Nights Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara Tour Packages take you to Naivasha. We have chosen Naivasha for a stop because driving straight to the Mara would require being on the road all day. And this is a holiday, after all!
The road trip from Amboseli to Naivasha is about 5-hrs, and we will see you make a stopover at the Great Rift Valley Viewpoint for sightseeing. You will arrive in Naivasha in the afternoon and check-in, take lunch, and then head to the lake in the late afternoon.
Lake Naivasha is ideal for people who want to take a guided boat safari on its water. It is home to several animals like hippos, waterbucks, and different bird species. A guide boat ride at Lake Naivasha is often combined with a visit to Crescent Island.
Crescent Island hosts abundant birdlife like fish-eagles, cormorants, and pelicans. It also has more animals per acre than other parks in Kenya, with common sightings being zebra, gazelles, giraffes, waterbucks, and wildebeest. You could spot a hyena, buffalo, or leopard on a lucky day.
Day 4: Transfer to Masai Mara & Afternoon Game Drive at Masai Mara National Reserve
Your cheap Masai Mara Safari Packages now take you to the home of the wildebeest migration, Masai Mara. You will leave Naivasha at dawn, immediately after breakfast. The plan is to get to the Mara by lunchtime, then enjoy your first game drive of Masai Mara travel packages at Mara in the afternoon.
The drive is pleasant, and the hours will fly by. Soon, you will be in the most famous park in the world. You will arrive at the park about 5 hours later and check in at the camp. After freshening up, you will enjoy a lavish buffet lunch, after which you are free to take a nap or a swim before embarking on your first game viewing in a safari car.
Masai Mara National Reserve is a vast savannah stretching as far as you can see, and there will be wild animals everywhere. The afternoon is a perfect time for a game drive as animals come out for dinner. You will be able to see lions, elephants, giraffes, hyenas, wildebeest, antelopes, and a variety of other species.
Your safari guide knows all the best spots in the park, and they will gladly take you to them. They also know quite a bit about the animals and their behavior, so ask if you have any questions.
After about three hours or so, it will be dark, and time to return to the lodge for dinner and entertainment.
Day 5: Full-Day Game Drive at Masai Mara National Reserve with Packed Lunch
This day will start early as there is quite a bit to do in your Masai Mara travel packages. Your guide will pick you up after breakfast for a full-day game viewing. You will carry packed lunch from the hotel to enjoy more of what Mara offers.
This time your safari guide will head to a different area of the park, following tips from other drivers on where the action is. By the Mara River, which comes alive during the wildebeest migration, you will see crocodiles, hippos, and a variety of water birds.
Because the Mara has a high density of wildlife, you can see the big 5- lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and hippo. If you are an avid bird watcher, you will not be disappointed. The Maasai Mara has over 450 recorded species of local and migratory birds.
Do not forget to bring your binoculars today as there is a lot to see. You will only head to the camp in the evening.
Day 6: Morning Game Drive, Visit a Maasai Village, and Transfer to Nairobi
Your 6 Days Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara travel packages end with one last game drive at Masai Mara. You will take breakfast, check out, and then head for this morning’s game viewing. It allows you to see any animal you might have missed the previous days.
At around 10.30 am, the safari guide will drive out of the park and head to a Maasai village. You will learn a few things about this community before embarking on your road trip back to Nairobi. Lunch is at Narok town as you will arrive in Nairobi in the evening and get a transfer to JKIA.
Items Included in the Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara Travel Packages Price
- Airport pick-ups and drop-offs
- A private, well-versed tour guide, Kenyan and multilingual
- Round-trip transport to all attractions and destinations as per the itinerary
- Full-board accommodation during the safari
- Bottled drinking water in the safari vehicle
- Afternoon game viewing at Amboseli on day 1
- Full-day game drive on day 2
- Boat ride at Lake Naivasha on day 3
- Walking safari at Crescent Island on day 3
- Afternoon game drive at Masai Mara on day 4
- Full-day game viewing on day 5
- Morning game drive on day 6
- Visit a Maasai village on day 6
- Lunch at Narok town on day 6
- Transfer to Nairobi (JKIA) on day 6
Items Excluded from the 6 Days Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Safari Price
- Pre-travel expenses (e.g., passports and visas)
- Travel Insurance
- Costs such as baggage fees, laundry charges, luxury drinks such as champagne, etc.
- Tips and gratuities
- Easter, Christmas, and New Year Supplements of USD 50 Per Person
- Money transfer fee
- International and local flights
- hot air balloon safari at USD 450 Per Person
The Safari Cost of 6 Days Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara Travel Packages Per Person Sharing – Based on 2 Pax
|Travel Dates/Months||Price Per Person Sharing – Based on 2 Pax|
|1st Jan – 31st March||USD 2110|
|1st Apr – 30th June||USD 2000|
|1st July – 31st Oct||USD 2580|
|1st Nov – 19th Dec||USD 2050|
|20th Dec – 1st Jan||USD 2610|
Amboseli National Park Packages – Top 10 Things to Do in Amboseli
Amboseli National Park is one of the most popular and visited national parks in Kenya, home to a wide array of wildlife species and breathtaking natural landscapes.
The park is known for its large herds of elephants and is a great destination for wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers. With a Kenya tour package to Amboseli, you get a superb view of Mount Kilimanjaro from the park.
Some common animals you can find during the tour to Amboseli include large herds of elephants, Masai giraffes, buffalo, jackals, hyenas, and several species of antelopes and gazelles. You will also find different bird species, including pelicans, storks, as well as flamingos.
If you are planning a Kenya safari trip to the park, here are some top things to do in Amboseli that are sure to enhance your visit:
1. Morning & Afternoon Game Drives
To us, you need 3 days in this park, and a Kenya safari trip to Amboseli wouldn’t be complete without going on a game drive to explore the park’s diverse wildlife. Whether you opt for a morning or an afternoon game viewing, you are sure to spot a variety of wildlife and get some amazing photo opportunities.
2. Guided Bush Walk
Another great way to explore the park is on a guided bush walk, where you explore the park on foot. Guided bush walks are led by experienced guides who will teach you about the park’s unique flora and fauna, as well as various conservation efforts in the area. You should ensure your Kenya tour package includes a bush walk to get the most out of the tour.
3. Bird Watching
Kenya safari tours to Amboseli give you the best opportunity for bird watching, with over 400 different species found in the national park. Whether you are an experienced birder or just a beginner, you are bound to spot some amazing bird species on your trip to the park.
4. Cultural Tours
Along with the natural wonders, Amboseli also offers the chance to explore local Maasai culture and customs. During your trip, you can visit Maasai villages and learn more about Maasai culture, history, as well as traditions. Amboseli Kenya safari packages to the local community with the best tour operator are quite educative.
5. Hot Air Balloon Safari
If you are looking for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, consider booking a hot air balloon safari in Amboseli for your experience. From this unique vantage point, you get breathtaking views of the park’s diverse wildlife and spectacular scenery.
6. Traditional Bonfire Dances
Make sure to stay in Amboseli until sunset to enjoy the park’s traditional bonfire dances by the Masai people. This is a great way to learn more about Maasai culture, enjoy stunning sunset views, and end your day with a bang, and the best thing is this is all part of the Kenya tour package.
7. Observation Hill
Be sure to visit Observation Hill in Amboseli National Park. This panoramic viewpoint offers some of the best views of Mount Kilimanjaro, making it a must-visit destination during your trip to Amboseli. And the Observation hill is a great place for a picnic lunch or sundowner.
8. Horseback Safari
A horseback safari is a great way to explore Amboseli National Park in all its glory. On your horseback Kenya tour, you get to witness the park’s diverse wildlife and beautiful scenery up close, while also getting some great exercise. Whether you are an experienced horseback rider or a beginner, a horseback safari is sure to be a memorable experience.
9. View Mount Kilimanjaro
Among the top highlights of 3 days safari tours in Amboseli is the stunning view of Mount Kilimanjaro. At over 19,000 feet, this iconic mountain is a beautiful sight to behold, no matter what time of year you visit.
10. Bush Meals and Sundowners
For the ultimate experience, end each day of your trip to Amboseli National Park with a bush meal or sundowner at the camp/lodge. These unique dining experiences offer spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro and an excellent way to relax after a busy day of exploring the park.
Lake Naivasha Holidays – Top 10 Things to Do in Naivasha
Lake Naivasha is a beautiful and serene destination that offers plenty of opportunities for exploration and adventure. It is situated at the foot of the Great Rift Valley and is surrounded by lush green forests, picturesque hillsides, and breathtaking natural landscapes. Some popular things to do at the lake during your Amboseli, L. Naivasha, and Masai Mara travel packages.
1. Boat Ride at Lake Naivasha
Take a leisurely cruise on Lake Naivasha and enjoy the stunning views of the lake’s crystal clear waters and its diverse wildlife, including hippos, crocodiles, and many species of birds.
2. Crescent Island Walking Safari
Explore the unique ecosystem of Crescent Island and its famous giraffe sanctuary, where you can walk alongside these gentle giants in their natural habitat. Some of the animals found here include wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, and antelopes.
3. Sanctuary Farm Horseback Ride
Head to Sanctuary Farm and enjoy a relaxing horseback ride through the scenic grounds of this working farm. Along the way, you’ll also have the opportunity to catch a glimpse of some local wildlife, including zebras and antelope.
4. Cycling at Hell’s Gate National Park
A tour package to Hell’s Gate National Park is the perfect way to experience the beauty and diversity of Lake Naivasha. With its terrain of rugged canyons, gorges, and dramatic cliffs, the park is ideal for cycling and hiking.
Birdwatching is among the most popular things to do in Lake Naivasha, thanks to its diverse range of resident and migratory bird species. The best spots for birdwatching in Lake Naivasha include the Crescent Island area, the lake area as well as Hell’s Gate National Park.
6. Hiking at Mt. Longonot
Your safari tour to Lake Naivasha wouldn’t be complete without a hike up Mt. Longonot, one of the highest mountains in western Kenya. This challenging yet rewarding hike will take you past breathtaking views of the landscape and wildlife below.
7. Visit Karlandusi Cradle of Mankind
A Kenya safari tour to Lake Naivasha should also include a visit to Karlandusi Cradle of Mankind, an archaeological site and museum that is believed to have been inhabited by the first modern humans in Kenya. With its fascinating fossil displays, ancient tools and artifacts, and an informative guided tour, Karlandusi Cradle of Mankind is a must-visit attraction for anyone interested in Kenya’s history and culture.
8. Flamingo Safari at Lake Lake Elementaita
Your Kenya tour to Lake Naivasha should also include a visit to Lake Elementaita, a freshwater lake that is home to millions of flamingos. Surrounded by stunning green pastures and rolling hills, Lake Elementaita is a must-visit attraction for any traveler looking to experience the beauty and tranquility of Kenya’s natural landscapes.
9. Ol Karia Geothermal Spa Dip
You will be treated with the best experience when you chose a Lake Nakuru tour package that explores Ol Karia. Did you know that this place is part of the only active geothermal field in Kenya? At Ol Karia, it has many hot water springs and steam vents, and this also makes it a great place for the geothermal spa.
10. Game Drives at Oserian Wildlife Conservancy
All Kenya safari packages should include game drives, and there is no better place to do this than at the Oserian Wildlife Conservancy. This private wildlife conservancy, located just outside Lake Naivasha, is home to an abundance of wildlife species, including giraffes, zebras, antelopes, and many more.
Masai Mara Travel Packages – Top 10 Things to Do in Masai Mara
Looking for the perfect getaway of the republic of Kenya? Look no further than the Masai Mara, one of the country’s most iconic and beloved destinations. Along with the stunning natural beauty and abundance of wildlife, the Masai Mara is also home to a wide variety of exciting activities, making it the perfect place for travelers of all ages and interests.
Masai Mara National Reserve is also the home to the great wildebeest migration, which takes place between July and October every year. This incredible spectacle attracts thousands of visitors from around the world, making Masai Mara one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya. Below are some of the top things to do in Masai Mara with the perfect Masai Mara travel packages, so why not start planning your trip today?
1. Morning, Afternoon or Full-Day Game Drives
Part of the best Kenya safari packages to the Masai Mara include optional morning, afternoon, or full-day game drives. Whether you’re an avid wildlife lover or just looking for a chance to spot the region’s most iconic animals, you’re sure to enjoy a game drive in the Masai Mara.
2. Wildebeest Migration Tour
Masai Mara tour Packages include the wildebeest safari when you book your safari between July and October. This incredible natural phenomenon attracts thousands of visitors from around the world, making Masai Mara one of Kenya’s most popular tourist destinations. During the migration, you’ll get the chance to witness hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebras, and antelopes crossing the Masai Mara River.
3. Birdwatching Safari
Another activity you should include in a Masai Mara tour package is a birdwatching safari. This is the perfect opportunity to spot some of the Masai Mara and Kenya’s most iconic birds, including ostriches, vultures, and flamingos. Whether you’re an avid birdwatcher or just looking to add a few new feathered friends to your life list, Masai Mara is the perfect place to go birdwatching.
4. Bush Walk Tours
For your health, the Masai Mara travel packages offer the opportunity to enjoy a relaxing bush walk through the savannah. However, most bush walks are done at private conservancies such as Masai Mara Triangle, Masai Mara North Conservancy, Masai Mara Siana Conservancy, and Masai Mara Marsh Conservancy, making it easy to spot a wide variety of wildlife – including elephants, wildebeest, antelopes, zebras, and more!
5. Hot Air Balloon Safari
At an additional cost of USD 475, your Masai Mara tour packages can include a hot air balloon ride over Masai Mara and the surrounding areas. This incredible experience takes place at dawn, offering you breathtaking views of the reserve and the great wildebeest migration as well.
6. Bush Meals and Sundowners
A safari in Masai Mara with the bush meal or sundowner is another great way to experience the glory in the park. Whether you’re enjoying a romantic dinner under the stars or sipping on a glass of wine while watching the Masai Mara sunset, you’re sure to have an unforgettable time.
7. Big Cat Safaris of the Reserve
Do you want to be certain of catching all the members of the big cat? Your Masai Mara safari packages can include a big cat safari, where you’ll have the chance to spot lions, leopards, cheetahs, and more. This will ensure that you concentrate more on the big cat as opposed to other animals in Masai Mara.
8. Big Five Tours of Kenya
Just like the big cat safari, you can concentrate more on the big five to have a better chance of spotting them during your safari in Masai Mara. The big five are the five most dangerous animals to hunt on foot in Africa and include the lion, the leopard, the elephant, the rhino, and the Cape buffalo.
9. Maasai Village Visit
Your Masai Mara safari is not complete without a visit to the Maasai village in the neighboring community. Learn about Maasai culture and traditions, watch local Maasai warriors perform feats of acrobatic skill, and purchase authentic Masai handicrafts to bring home as a souvenir in the village.
10. Horseback Safaris
A tour of Kenya to the Masai Mara would not be complete without a horseback safari through the park. Whether you’re a seasoned equestrian or just starting out, Masai Mara has a horseback safari experience for you.
Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Safari Guide – FAQs and Tips
If you are looking to go on this adventure of a lifetime in Kenya, you must have some additional questions. James, our Amboseli and Mara safari expert, addresses some common queries below:
1. How far is the Amboseli from Nairobi?
Amboseli National Park is located 240 km from the capital of Kenya, Nairobi. There are two main ways of getting to this park. The first is by air- with flights departing Nairobi’s Wilson Airport daily.
The second way is by road. One can follow the Mombasa Road via Emali or the route to Namanga. The distance by road is roughly 4-5 hours.
2. How much does a Masai Mara and Amboseli trip cost?
The cost of a safari depends on several factors, most notably the kind of budget that you want to spend. This is because we have different types of safari packages.
These vary from budget, mid-luxury, and luxury. For a Masai Mara and Amboseli safari, we have packages starting from USD 2000, but we are happy to customize a package to your liking and to be within your budget.
3. Can you drive from Amboseli to Masai Mara?
Yes, but this will be one long drive. To drive to Masai Mara from Amboseli, you would have to go back to Nairobi, about a 4-hour drive.
The journey from Nairobi- Masai Mara, takes about 5-6 hours. You will be on the road all day, so we recommend breaking it with a stop in Nairobi, Naivasha, or Nakuru. That’s why we have a 6 days tour of Kenya that starts in Nairobi, and takes you to Amboseli, to Naivasha, to Masai Mara, and back to Nairobi.
4. What wild animals will I see in Masai Mara?
Masai Mara is home to the big 5- lion, leopard, hippo, elephant, and buffalo. Besides these most famous animals, you will see cheetahs, giraffes, warthogs, hyenas, ostriches, 450 bird species, antelopes, wildebeest, and many others.
5. When is the best time to visit Amboseli?
The beauty of Amboseli is that you can visit at any time of the year, but the dry months of the year are recommended. This is between January and March and June to October. During the dry season, most animals gather at the watering holes giving you a fantastic chance to view them up close.
6. What does Amboseli mean?
The word Amboseli means salty dust in the local Masai language. Salty dust represents the volcanic ash that fell in the park due to an eruption at Mt. Kilimanjaro many years ago.
7. Which is the best month to visit Masai Mara?
There is no one “best” month to visit Masai Mara, as the climate and wildlife vary throughout the year. That said, most visitors prefer to visit Masai Mara between July and October when the temperature is more manageable and rainfall is lower.
8. How many days are enough for Masai Mara travel packages?
Masai Mara is vast and has an incredibly rich ecosystem, so it is generally recommended to spend at least 3-4 days exploring this amazing park.
9. Which part of Masai Mara is best?
There is no one “best” part of Masai Mara, as each area has its own unique features and wildlife. Some areas that are popular with visitors include the Masai Mara River, Cheetah Hill, and the Mara Triangle.
10. How many days do you need in Amboseli?
Similar to Masai Mara, there is no one “best” length of time for a trip to Amboseli. However, it is generally recommended to spend at least 2-3 days exploring this beautiful park, as there is a lot to see and experience.
11. Is Amboseli worth visiting?
Absolutely! Amboseli is a beautiful and diverse park, home to the most iconic wildlife on the continent. Whether you’re looking for pristine landscapes, wildlife-viewing opportunities, or amazing cultural experiences, Amboseli has it all.
12. How much does it cost to visit Amboseli National Park?
The cost of a visit to Amboseli National Park will depend on several factors, such as the time of year that you visit and your accommodation preferences. For the perfect safari, budget to spend around $200-400 a day, or between $500-1000 per person for a multi-day trip.
13. Can you see Mount Kilimanjaro from Amboseli?
If you are looking for the region with the best view of Kilimanjaro, then you should go for the Amboseli tour. On the Amboseli side, you can catch glimpses of the iconic mountain while enjoying all the other wonders that the has to offer.
14. What is the best time to visit Kenya?
For the wildebeest migration, you will want to visit Kenya between July and October. However, if you are looking for a more relaxing and less crowded experience, the best time to visit Kenya is during the dry winter months between January and March and the low season of April to June