October 7, 2015
Kenya Ecotourism Safari Adventures- 8 Days
Written By Admin
Eco tourism Kenya Safaris is to promote ecotourism and sustainable environmental practices in Kenya. Ecotourism is there to Sustain Tourism and Responsible Travel in Africa.
Eco tourism in kenya is an insightful, mindful and participatory travel experience to natural and cultural environments, assisting the well being of the local cultures and environments for future generations. At the same time ecotourism produces viable economic opportunities for the host areas. Ecotourism focuses on socially responsible travel, personal growth, and environmental sustainability.
Eco tour typically involves travel to destinations where flora, fauna, and cultural heritage are the primary attractions. Ecotourism is intended to offer tourists insight into the impact of human beings on the environment, and to foster a greater appreciation of our natural habitats. We consider an Eco Tour to be a trip that causes minimal impact to the environment and local people.
The site is usually culturally and biologically diverse and attracts tourists who have a common interest in nature, wildlife and culture. By choosing to go on an Eco Tour you will be given a unique opportunity to learn and experience nature, to interact with the local communities in their day to day lives, and to have some impact on the lives of the locals even as they earn directly from your visit. In addition a greater awareness of environmental issues will be developed as well as learning practices that can be incorporated in to your everyday routine on your return home.
Day 1 Bomas of Kenya
Pick up from the JKI Airport and transfer to a city hotel on bed and breakfast basis (other meals to be paid direct). Depending on arrival time, an optional excursion to Bomas of Kenya is available on request.
Day 2 Nairobi – Mwea
Morning departure for the Mwea Tebere rice fields, the traditional rice growing area of Kenya. The people here are extremely hardworking and their industrious nature attracted the early slave traders who captured and transported them to the Far East and the Oman. Picnic lunch out in the open fields whilst you enjoy the countryside scenery before proceeding to Kerugoya town, which overlooks Africa’s highest mountain. Diner and overnight at Roswam Hotel.
Day 3 Mt. Kenya
Depart after breakfast for the Mt. Kenya tea growing farms, which are adjacent to the rain forest in this mountain region. You will be taken on a tour of the local tea factory to give you first hand experience on how this world famous beverage is processed. Dinner and overnight at Roswam Hotel.
Day 4 Nyeri
After breakfast drive through Karatina in Nyeri town to the largest open air market in East Africa Lunch at Thomson’s Falls Lodge, which overlooks the mighty falls discovered by Joseph Thomson in 1883. Afternoon spent visiting the town market area and the environs. Dinner and overnight at the Thomson’s Falls Lodge.
Day 5 Nakuru
Drive through Subukia after breakfast to arrive in Nakuru town late morning. Visit the dormant Menengai Crater, which bubbles up every so often, causing faults that break up the highway nearby. Thereafter proceed to Hotel Kunste for lunch. Visit the Lake Nakuru National Park in the afternoon to view the magnificent Pink Flamingoes and other birds on the lake, which also has a protected sanctuary for endangered species. Dinner and overnight at Hotel Kunste.
Day 6 Masai Mara
Depart for the world-famous Masai Mara Game Reserve after breakfast. The Masai way of life is deeply rooted in tradition and their age-old pastoral life continues to defy modernization. Their peaceful co-existence with wildlife has contributed immensely to conservation efforts. Lunch and an afternoon drive in search of game will add to the adventure of the safari. Dinner and overnight at a lodge or camp.
Day 7 Masai Mara
Full day in the Mara viewing game with a picnic lunch in the open plains. A visit to the Mara Hippo pools where crocodiles and hippos bask lazily in the sun. the pools also happen to be the natural ‘corridor’ for the annual migration of the Wildebeest as they cross from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Kenyan Mara Reserve. Dinner and overnight at a lodge or camp.
Day 8 Nairobi
Early morning game drive and back to the lodge/camp for breakfast. Thereafter depart for Nairobi with an optional stop at the Masai Village which is conducted at an extra cost. Lunch en-route before you drop off at your hotel or JKI Airport.
Two people per person sharing.
|Two people per person sharing||JANUARY-JUNE||USD $ 2480|
|JUNE – DEC||USD $ 2200|
|Four People per person sharing||JANUARY-JUNE||USD $ 1890|
|JUNE – DEC||USD $ 2100|
|Single room suppliment||USD $ 600|
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