Deaf Safari with Mt. Kenya in View

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Tour Summary

A safari is a trip of a lifetime.   

Because you will watch the greatest wildlife show on Earth.  

On this Safari, you travel in a land cruiser through the Great Rift Valley into Kenya’s national wildlife reserves. You probably have already heard Kenya is known for its scenic landscapes and diverse wildlife. The country boasts highly varied geographical features, ranging from snow-capped mountains, deserts, savannah grasslands, and tropical wetlands. There are many lakes, rivers and a coastal line with beaches, too.  

During your safari game drives, you see different animals. You aim to find the “Big Five” animals, which include the elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard. There are other kinds of animals in the different reserves. They are the zebras, giraffes, antelopes, cheetahs, wildhogs, crocodiles, and many more. Your driver guide will tell you about these animals including the different reptiles, fishes, and birds.

You move from one reserve to another in your land cruiser, passing through the countryside and taking breaks at local curios selling arts and crafts souvenirs. Some curios have workshops where you can watch the artists work on their crafts. Many have a cafe stand.

You stay overnight at different camps, in tents or bungalows. All of which are inside the reserves. Your meals are included either in buffet style or with a menu serving Western and Kenyan foods. Your camps have a deck looking out to a waterhole, lake, river, or grassland. You can watch the animals come and go at sunrise or sunset. There are also lounges and some campsites have a swimming pool, galleries, and game rooms. 

Your safari driver/guide is Peter Phillip a native of Kenya with a background in zoology and travel. Peter knows Kenyan sign language. And Peggy Prosser works with Peter as a conductor. She often interprets during the safari game drives while Peter drives the land cruiser. The two have worked together for several years.


Day 1 :

Your Safari guide will pick you up at the airport and bring you to your hotel.

Hotel: Trade Mark – 1 night
Meals: none

You check out Nairobi and drive to the Samburu National Reserves, arriving at your campsite on time for lunch. Following check-in you embark on your first safari game drive. Pay attention to the presence of unique species among the wildlife that shares this semi-arid habitat. You return to your camp at sunset. Your campsite is situated by a river where you may continue to watch animals come to the shore for water.

Campsite: (TBA) – 2 nights
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 3 :

After breakfast, you embark on a game drive. You explore the Samburu National Wildlife Reserve with animals and birds that live there. By noon you return to your camp for lunch break and rest. Most animals normally rest or nap in the afternoon, to avoid the hot sun. Likewise, you have free time at your campsite for the swimming pool or play games. Then later in the afternoon, you embark on your second game drive. You return by sunset.

Campsite: (TBA) – 2 nights
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You check out and drive to Sweetwaters. You enter the Ol-Pejeta Conservancy with a game drive to your campsite with a large waterhole for the animals in the conservancy. You check in your tents and have lunch. Later in the afternoon, you visit the chimpanzee sanctuary, meet Baraka the black blind rhino, and drive through the conservancy till sunset. This place is special because it has the world’s last two northern white rhinos.

Campsite: Sweetwaters Serena Camp –  1 night
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Following breakfast, you check out and proceed to Lake Naivasha, passing through Kenya’s scenic rural side, with arable farms and small towns. On the way, you stop to see the Nyahururu waterfall. At Lake Naivasha you ride a boat to Crescent Island and check in a cottage. The surrounding is also home to wildlife animals on the island. Your cottage is on a hilltop and looks out to the lake. There are no predators on the Island.

Cottage/House: Crescent Island
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast you go on a guided walk around Crescent Island with wildlife animals in the open. You have photo opts with the animals. Your guide will share some interesting information about the island with the animals. The evolution of the island is very interesting. After lunch you go on a boat ride around the island, exploring the shoreline with other animals and many birds. You may watch an eagle snatch a fish from the lake.

Cottage/House: Crescent Island
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You leave Lake Naivasha, driving across the Great Rift Valley to Kenya’s famous wildlife park, the Maasai Mara. Did you know that The Great Wildebeest Migration, a Seven Wonder of the World is at the Maasai Mara? There are many wild cats, lions, leopards, and cheetahs that create one of Africa’s best wildlife scene. Following check in you go on a tour of your campsite and join an art and craft workshop by Masai tribe people.

Campsite: Mtito Safari Camp
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You embark on a full-day game drive with picnic. You drive deep into the Maasai Mara, stopping at the Tanzania border and the famous Mara River with crocodiles. There is a chance to see a river crossing with the wildebeest and zebras. Many other animals shall be spotted near the river and across the savannah, too. Your safari guide will find a safe spot for a picnic. You return to your camp by sunset.

Campsite: Mtito Safari Camp
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You rise early for a game drive through the bushes. You hunt for the cats. You may witness a great chase. Then you return to your campsite for brunch and some rest. Later in the afternoon a Maasai tribe person will greet you at your campsite and invite you to his tribal village. There you meet other members of the tribe and enter the village with boma style houses. The evening is sundowner with dinner.
Campsite: Mtito Safari Camp
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, you proceed back to Nairobi for your outbound flight. On the way, you stop at an outlook with an overview of the Great Rift Valley.  And you have a homestyle lunch at a Kenyan restaurant. Lunch meal is included. Upon arrival in Nairobi, your guide will take you to the airport and drop you off at your terminal for departure or drop you off at your hotel for the night.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch



  • All airport transfers, arrivals, and departures
  • Land Cruiser with pop-up roof for viewing
  • Guaranteed window seat in each vehicle
  • Two-way long-range radio communication
  • Safari accessories: First-aid, cooler, and fire extinguisher
  • Emergency number, 24 hours a day
  • 2 lodges, 3 tented campsites
  • Full Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
  • Free wide-brim safari hats from Safari operator
  • Complimentary 500ml mineral water per game drive
  • Lake boat ride fee
  • Park entry fees
  • All Government taxes and levies
  • An electronic copy of the Safari itinerary

Not Included

  • Entry Visa
  • International flight
  • Travel insurance
  • Required vaccines
  • Tips & gratuities
  • Alcohol drinks and snacks
  • Other Activities not included in the tour
  • Laundry services and souvenirs

Overland Travel

From $ 4850
/ Per Person Sharing a Twin/Double Room

Trip Information

  • Nairobi - NBO
  • 10 days / 9 nights
  • Private 4x4 land cruiser with pop-up roof & motor boat on a lake
  • Wildlife exploration, landmark sightings, nature walks, boat safari, tribe visitations & more.
  • Easy/Medium - sitting and riding in vehicle for long hours, nature walks, boating & living outdoors
  • American Sign Language, International Sign & English
  • Peggy Prosser
  • Peter Kariuki Philip
  • D-travel Agency