Week-long adventure in Kenya

US$7,693
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    Take in the magnificent natural sights and observe undisturbed wildlife at its purest in Kenya. Upon arrival at Wilson Nairobi Airport through your own arrangements, you will board a chartered flight to Segara, where you’ll stay at the all-inclusive Segara Retreat Villa for the next three nights. Nestled between the glorious Mount Kenya and the Great Rift Valley, Segera Retreat is a wildlife sanctuary that offers a unique experience of utmost luxury amidst natural beauty and personal enrichment from conscientious, sustainable living. Apart from resting in the villa, you’ll be taken on African safaris to spot a vast array of animal, bird and plant life. You’ll also get a chance to see wildlife migration of elephants and other species, including those that are endangered.

    On day four, your chartered flight will take you to Angama Mara. You’ll call one of the 15 Tented Suites home for the next three nights, with a personal butler to see to your needs. While there’s an infinity pool and a fitness room at the lodge, we recommend heading straight to the viewing deck. The lodge lies on the edge of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, commanding breathtaking views across the open plains. Safari excursions are conducted from sunrise to sunset, so you can choose to leave the lodge at dawn or after breakfast, and be surrounded by vast grasslands dotted with acacias as well as Africa’s Big Five – lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo. When you’ve had enough of game viewing from a vehicle, explore the Masai Mara, hop into a hot air balloon for a bird’s eye view of the country, or head out on a guided walking safari tour. You can also choose to indulge in a romantic picnic on the kopje where Out of Africa was filmed. On the last day, bid goodbye to both resort and safari plains as you check out. You’ll be transported to the Angama Mara airstrip once again, where you will take a chartered flight to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to catch your flight out.

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