Safari in Kenya: Mt. Kenya in view

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Trip Highlights

Experience a trip of a lifetime with a safari.

Sleep and dine in big tents hidden in the bushes.

Visit a Maasai village and learn about their culture.

Explore parks and watch the greatest wildlife show fold.

Meet Peter Kariuki Philip Our Safari Expert

Trip Summary

Trip Facts

  • wildlife exploration, outdoor adventures & culture immersion
  • private 4x4 landcruiser with pop-up roof
  • National Kenyan safari expert & locals guides
  • American Sign Language, Kenya Sign Language, International Sign & English
  • easy - sitting and riding in vehicle for long hours, nature walks, boating and living outdoors
  • Peggy Prosser

When it comes to planning a real African safari, the stakes can seem pretty high. Though what Deaf World Adventures know is that it is not the usual kind of vacation, the kind of vacation that is a “trip of a lifetime”.  

Why? Because… you will be watching the greatest wildlife show on Earth.  

In this Safari you will travel in a land cruiser through the Great Rift Valley to Kenya’s national wildlife reserves. Kenya is famed for its scenic landscapes and wildlife. It boasts highly varied geographical features, ranging from snow-capped mountains to deserts, to savannah grassland and tropical wetlands. There are many lakes and rivers, too.  

You drive through Kenya’s rural side to our next campsites.  You pass through small towns and see the beautiful countryside with farms. You will take breaks at curio shops and may stop to meet Deaf Kenyans along the way.

During the game drives you will see a variety of animals and compare them with the same animals you saw in other parks. You must aim to find the “Big Five” animals, which include the elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, and leopard.  You will learn more about them and about other wildlife animals and also the different plants, insects, reptiles, and fishes, too. 

You stay overnight at different camps, in luxury tents and bungalows inside the reserves/parks. The meals are mostly buffet-style serving western foods and some local Kenyan dishes. All of your camps have an observation deck that looks out to a waterhole, lake, river, or over grassland where you can watch the animals come and go and the sunset or sunrise.  There are also lounges and some sites have a swimming pool, gallerias, and game rooms. 

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

Day 01 :

Your Safari guide will pick you up at the airport and drop you off at your hotel.

Hotel: Trade Mark – 1 night 

After breakfast, you depart for the Samburu National Park. You arrive at your campsite on time for lunch.  In the afternoon you go on your first game drive. Pay attention to the presence of unique species among the wildlife that shares this semi-arid habitat. Overnight at a campsite by a river where you may continue to watch animals come to the shore for water or the Samburu tribe herding their cows and sheep to the river. There are some monkeys and birds who live at the camp. And there is a nice lounge and swimming pool that you may use during your stay. 

Tented Campsite: Ashnil Samburu Camp  – 2 nights  B, L, D

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3 :

Rise early for a morning game drive. You explore the Samburu national wildlife reserve with animals and birds that live there. You return to the camp by noon for a lunch break and some rest. Most animals in the reserves normally rest in the afternoon, to avoid the hot sun. Likewise, you may keep cool in the swimming pool or enjoy an afternoon drink at the lounge looking over the river.  In the late afternoon, you go on another game drive.  You return to the camp by sunset.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, you leave Samburu for Sweetwaters. You enter the Ol-Pejeta Conservancy and drive through the conservancy with a bit of game drive to your campsite.  There you check in your tent and have lunch. Following lunch, you go to visit the chimpanzee sanctuary and enjoy a drive through the conservancy till sunset. This place is special because it has the world’s last three northern African white rhinos.  On a clear day, you may see Mt. Kenya.  And also fun is the large water hole at the camp for the wildlife animals, you may sit in a lounge chair and watch the animals come and go while sipping on a drink.

Tented Campsite: Sweetwaters Serena Camp –  1 night

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You rise early for a morning game drive and then return to the camp for breakfast. Following breakfast, you check out and proceed to Lake Naivasha, passing through Kenya’s scenic rural side, with arable farms and small towns. Along the way, you stop to see the Nyahururu waterfall (aka Thompson Falls) and meet the Kikuyu Tribe. They will share with you a story about some victory. Then you arrive at your lodge on time for lunch. In the afternoon you go boating on Lake Naivasha to watch for big birds that might dive in the lake for fish and for other wildlife animals that come to the shore of the lake. Your lodge is also home to residents of giraffes, waterbuck, and Vervet and Colobus monkeys.

Lodge: Lake Naivasha Sopa – 2 nights.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, you proceed to Lake Naivasha again and hop on a boat for the Crescent Island Game Sanctuary. You go to the island that has the shape of a crescent. The evolution of the island with its animals is interesting.  On the island, you go on a guided walk with the animals in the open. The island is home to hyenas, zebras, giraffes, gazelles, and monkeys. Your guide will share some interesting information about the island and the animals, too.  By noon you return to your lodge for lunch and rest or you may explore the resort as it is huge. There is also a swimming pool that you can dip in, too. In the late afternoon, you go on a game drive at Crater Lake.

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

You leave Lake Naivasha after breakfast, driving across the Great Rift Valley to Kenya’s most famous national reserve, the Maasai Mara. Did you know that… The Great Wildebeest Migration that is one of the Seven New Wonders of the World is at the Maasai Mara? This place is one of Africa’s best with many wild cats, lions, leopards, and cheetahs. You arrive at your camp by noon and with lunch. Your camp is luxurious with fine tents hidden in the bushes.

The camp has an interesting open-air observance deck that looks out to the mara. The deck has some lounge chairs, blankets, and a wet bar. And there’s also a nice campfire pit where you can sit together with friends and enjoy exchanging safari tales.

 Tented Campsite: Newly opened Ilkeliani Maasai Mara – 3 nights

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

This morning after breakfast, you go on a full-day game drive with a picnic. You drive deep into the magnificent Maasai Mara, stopping at the Tanzania border and the famous Mara River. There is a chance to see a river crossing with the wildebeest and zebras. The two animals often travel together.  And the Mara river may be infested with crocodiles. You may witness a hungry crocodile strike a wildebeest. Other animals are spotted on the mara, too. Your safari guide will stop the LandCruiser for you to take pictures. Your picnic will be on a hill in the open. You spread out on the lawn and enjoy a lunch box from your campsite. Your day will end in the late afternoon before sunset.

 Tented Campsite: Ilkeliani – continued

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 9 :
Masai Mara

You rise early in the morning. After a continental breakfast, you head out for your last game drive. You cruise among the bushes and hunt for the big cats. Early morning hours are a good time to look for the cats. You may witness a great chase. Before high noon you return to our campsite for brunch and some rest. Later in the afternoon a young Deaf Maasai will greet you at your campsite and invite you to his tribal village. You will follow him through some fields and pass some traditional Maasai boma (huts) to his village, also with boma. His family and the community will greet you at their gate and perform their tribe’s traditional greeting.  You are invited to enter their homes. In the evening you will enjoy a sundowner and your last dinner.  

Tented Campsite: Ilkeliani – continued


Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, you proceed back to Nairobi for your outbound flight.  On the way, you stop at an outlook for a break and an overview of the Great Rift Valley.  Also, a homestyle Kenyan lunch is included at a local cafeteria. Your guide will take you to the airport and drop you off at your terminal or to your hotel for the night.   

Breakfast, Lunch

What is included and not included in the tour?


  • 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

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