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Kenya Romantic Honeymoon Safari

Lewa Downs Samburu Masai Mara

(10 Days / 9 Nights)



Sasaab Lodge Samburu Northern Kenya

Sasaab Lodge Samburu Northern Kenya

Borana Lodge Lewa Downs Laikipia Plateau, KenyaBorana Lodge Lewa Downs Laikipia Plateau, Kenya

Mara Explorer Camp Masai Mara Kenya

Mara Explorer Camp Masai Mara Kenya


Itinerary Summary

Day 1: Nairobi Arrival. Overnight in Nairobi at Ngong House
Day 2: Nairobi
Fly Lewa Downs Laikipia Plateau. Overnight at Borana Lodge

Day 3: Lewa Downs Laikipia Plateau. Overnight at Borana Lodge

Day 4: Lewa Downs Laikipia Plateau. Overnight at Borana Lodge
Day 5: Lewa Downs –
Fly Samburu. Overnight at Sasaab Lodge

Day 6: Samburu Community Land. Overnight at Sasaab Lodge

Day 7: Samburu – Fly Masai Mara. Overnight at Mara Explorer Luxury Camp
Day 8: Masai Mara. Overnight at Mara Explorer Luxury Camp

Day 9: Masai Mara. Overnight at Mara Explorer Luxury Camp

Day 10: Masai Mara – Fly Nairobi – Depart


Cost for 2010: Per Person
Land Arrangements (per person)


April – May
Rest of the Year
Double Occupancy
USD 6670
USD 7650
Single Supplement




Child rate 2-11 years is 75% of the adult rate



Kenya Romantic Honeymoon Safari (10 Days / 9 Nights)


A diverse country, Kenya offers many rewards for the first-time, as well as the seasoned, safari traveler. Magnificent wildlife, excellent accommodations and a warm and friendly population await you. Our Kenya Romantic Honeymoon Safari takes you to the best safari Parks in Kenya where you will encounter the greatest concentration of free-ranging wildlife on earth, explore the customs of the proud Masai and Samburu tribes and marvel at the magnificent vistas.


Traveling by light aircraft affords the maximum time possible on safari enjoying what you came to this fascinating continent to experience. After an overnight in Nairobi you fly over the highlands of Kenya’s northern frontier and onto the bush country of the Lewa Conservancy. Situated against the dramatic backdrop of the snow-covered massif of Mount Kenya and with the magnificent Northern Frontier District stretching out to the North, Lewa is an outstanding tourist destination, offering spectacular scenery, superb game viewing and exciting activities for the discerning traveler. From Lewa you continue onto the semi-desert bush country of the Samburu Game Reserve, home to the Samburu tribe. This region is noted for the unique species that live here, such as the Grevy's zebra, gerenuk and reticulated giraffe. The Uaso Nyiro River runs through the park and guarantees an abundance of wildlife the year around. The rugged splendor of this region is accented by the colorful dress and beauty of the Samburu tribe. These nomadic people allow a glimpse into their way of life and how they have adapted to this mysterious and adventurous region.


You then fly over the Rift Valley to Kenya's most favored game reserve, the Masai Mara. The park, occupying an area of 1500 square kilometers, in the south-west of Kenya, is unfenced but bordered in the west by the Oloololo Escarpment and in the east by the Ngama Hills. From the Rift Valley escarpment, to the rolling plains and the groves of woodlands, the Masai Mara is a vast and varied landscape. The Mara River bisects this great reserve and provides a rich habitat along its banks. Your specially equipped Land Cruiser allows you to drive off the road in search of the wildlife, enhancing your safari experience. While in the Mara, you will have the option to float above the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem on board a hot air balloon followed by a gourmet champagne breakfast.



Detailed Itinerary


Day 1
Nairobi arrival
Transfer from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Ngong House

Ngong House is a unique experience: Tree houses that also offer luxuries like four poster beds, crisp linen and gourmet food are just the beginning. Built entirely from wood, each bi-level tree house is comprised of a bedroom area upstairs and a living area on the lower floor. Being raised 15 ft from the ground, they allow for uninterrupted views of the Ngong Hills. The talents of regional artists and artisans add many of the finishing touches, such as hand woven rugs, bedcovers, lamps and stained glass. At the back of the house is a spacious bathroom with a shower and twin sinks. The front of the tree house is where you can eat, sleep, sunbathe or just enjoy the view.


Evenings start with sundowners on your verandah at tree level, from where you can watch the breathtaking sunsets over the Ngong Hills. After sunset guests gather around the camp fire under an acacia tree nearby the swimming pool. Dinner is served in a half open thatched rondavel with a huge fireplace and plenty of candles, creating this unique dinner atmosphere only found at Ngong House. Kenyan chefs serve food prepared with local ingredients including game meat, fresh lake fish, seafood flown in from the Indian Ocean, complemented by the freshest vegetables and salads. Lunch is served in the garden under one of the many indigenous trees.


Ngong House ideally situated to visit many of Kenya's best attractions: Nairobi National Park, Karen Blixen Museum, wonderful golf courses and the market in downtown Nairobi. Nature walks are a must, especially to visit the Giraffe Center (home of the endangered Rothchild’s Giraffe), a twenty minute walk away.

Overnight at Nairobi
Ngong House

Meal Plan {Bed & Breakfast}

Days 2,
3 & 4

Transfer from Ngong House to Wilson Airport for a flight to Lewa
Borana is situated in the north in one of the meandering valleys of the Laikipia Plateau in the foothills of Mount Kenya. The six individual cedar and stone thatched cottages are very spacious, each with a private verandah and en suite bath and shower facilities. The lodge blends in with the surroundings as it has been built with rustic wood furnishings and decorated with Africa fabrics creating a natural look and feel. There is a central eating and sitting area: comfy leather sofas surround a huge fireplace with picture windows looking onto the valley below. A massive rosewood table in the dining room is where meals are served by friendly and attentive staff. Borana is self sufficient in home grown vegetables and dairy products.


The lodge offers day and night game drives, walking safaris, trout fishing and a refreshing swimming pool. Borana lodge overlooks a dam which fills with the floodwater flowing off the surrounding hills. It is the local watering hole for all the wildlife in the area so there is constant activity for the guests to watch. There is also a game blind built right on the edge of the dam so that visitors may go down and see the activity at close range: elephants swimming is a favorite. There is an abundance of game in the area including lion, leopard, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, elephant, hyena, rhino and a large variety of antelope. The lodge has also raised two orphaned bush pigs that wander freely around the grounds.

Overnight at Borana Lodge

Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}


Days 5 & 6

Lewa Downs – Samburu (Private Charter Flight to Samburu 10:00am – 10:30am)

Located in northern Kenya, Samburu has a wild beauty of its own. The descent from the lush slopes of Mount Kenya, into the semi-desert of Kenya “NFD” – the Northern Frontier District, is breathtaking. Sasaab is on Samburu community land, on the Ngutuk Ongiron Group Ranch, known as the West Gate Conservancy. Situated above the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, in the arid heart of Samburu land, Sasaab’s tranquil setting offers views towards the Laikipia plateau and of Mount Kenya. The main area sits on a high rocky ridge allowing one to enjoy the spectacular views through the Moroccan interior and courtyard. The swimming pool is perched on the hill side overlooking the river. Massage & beauty treatments are offered from the privacy of your tent. Sasaab offers a true wilderness experience with excursions into the famous Samburu Reserve known for its large herds of Elephant and the endangered Grevy Zebra.


Accommodation is nine Moroccan tents, each over 100 meters squared comprising of a bedroom, sitting room and fully serviced bathrooms. 5 tents have double beds, 4 tents have twin beds. Electricity is solar powered, offering outlets for charging equipment in each tent. All tents have wireless internet connection, cooling fans and a private plunge pool. Strong emphasis is placed on the highest quality and freshest products and the dishes are of a Moroccan influence. Activities include game drives and night game drives, Game walks along the river or in the dry country, Day trips to Samburu Reserve, Mountain biking, Camel Riding, Samburu cultural visits and Beauty therapy.

Overnight at Sasaab Lodge

Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Days 7 9
Samburu – Maasai Mara (9:15am – 10:45am)

Mara Explorer has elevated the art of the African safari to spectacular new heights. This exclusive five-star camp, situated on a thickly forested river in the middle of the Maasai Mara reserve, offers guests the ultimate wilderness retreat, where you can watch elephants or giraffes drinking from the privacy of your verandah – or from your own outdoor Victorian bathtub! Situated in the heart of the reserve, Mara Explorer enjoys prime views of the spectacular wildebeest migration between June and September, and some of the world’s most rewarding Big Cat sightings during the remainder of the year. This camp offers 10 luxurious and well-spaced tents, each with its own private river frontage and views over the Talek's wildlife-rich southern banks. Each tent is furnished in classic 'explorer' style, with fine hand-carved mahogany furniture, antique chests, historic prints and equipped with a luxurious en-suite bathroom with twin basins and all the modern amenities. The tents have been specially designed to open up to the sky and, on a deck on one side, a Victorian claw-foot bathtub offers secluded open-air bathing.


Mara Explorer was constructed as an eco-friendly camp and its safari accommodation in Kenya is designed to have a minimal impact on the fragile Talek ecosystem. An intimate dining area looks out over the river close to the camp entrance. Meals are served from the kitchens, using fresh vegetables and herbs grown in the camp gardens. Meals can also be enjoyed on the veranda, or at one of many specially-selected 'bush sites' close to the camp. Next door, the camp bar offers sweeping views over the river, and a quiet place for reading, playing board games, or swapping Masai Mara safari tales. There are game walks and game drives daily for you to make the best of this wildlife spectacle!

Overnights at Mara Explorer Luxury Tents
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 10
Masai Mara – Fly Nairobi – Depart

Optional morning game drive in Masai Mara then breakfast at the camp. Depart Masai Mara by air. In Nairobi you will connect with your international flight home. By the time you leave Kenya, you once in a life time dream will have come true.


Meal Plan {Breakfast}








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