A stunning Safari with a few tourist attractions to enjoy


Lake Nakuru- Amidst the rolling hills of the Great Rift Valley lies a glistening gem, a shimmering body of water known as Lake Nakuru. It’s a soda lake, known to the world for its magnificent masses of flamingos and its over four hundred species of birds that call it home. From a distance, the lake appears ringed in pink, a stunning panorama that leaves onlookers in awe. But its beauty goes beyond the flamingos, for Lake Nakuru is also an important haven for endangered creatures, such as the Rothschild Giraffe and the black and white rhino. In its pristine waters, lions, waterbuck, buffalo, and baboons roam and thrive, making this idyllic spot a true marvel of nature.

The Ngorongoro Crater: The Ngorongoro Crater is a natural wonder and the ultimate destination for those seeking the “Big Five” of African wildlife. Elephants with massive tusks roam through its lush groves and swamps, while a rare herd of black rhino can often be seen in more open areas. The crater is also teeming with predators such as lions, leopards, and other big cats, who feast on the abundant herds of buffalo and other grazers.

While the high traffic density of visitors may be a drawback for some, it also provides a unique opportunity to witness unspoiled animal behavior up close. The wildlife in the Ngorongoro Crater is exceptionally habituated, making it a truly unforgettable experience.

Even without its stunning wildlife, the Ngorongoro Crater is a scenic marvel that deserves recognition. This relic of an extinct volcano, once towering higher than Mount Kilimanjaro, is now the world’s largest intact caldera. The view from the forested rim, across 260 square kilometers of enclosed savannah, is simply breathtaking and defies description.




On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, clear through immigration, baggage collection and customs. After customs meet our representative and depart for Lake Nakuru National Park (approx. 4hrs drive), described by Roger Tory Peterson as the greatest ornithological spectacle in the world. Arrive at Sarova Lion Hill in time for lunch. In the afternoon explore the park with a game drive, with opportunities to observe many species of birds, Black Rhino and Rothschild giraffe.

Overnight: Nakuru Sopa Lodge (FB) https://www.sopalodges.com/lake-nakuru-sopa-lodge/the-lodge

After breakfast depart for Masai Mara (4-5 hrs. drive). Upon arrival, check in at Neptune Mara Rianta in time for lunch. In the afternoon, around 1600 hours, head out for an enthralling game drive. Here you are bound to see some of the beautiful creations of nature; Lions, Cheetahs, Warthogs, Wildebeests, Giraffes, Thompsons Gazelles, Leopard, Zebras, Hippos and if you are lucky Rhinos. Return back to the lodge just in time for a delicious dinner and a great night sleep among the wilderness.

Dinner and Overnight: Neptune Mara Rianta (FB)


At 0630hrs proceed for an early morning game drive. Search for the myriad species of game that make this reserve their home. Virtually every type of wildlife can be seen at the Mara. Return back to the lodge for a sumptuous breakfast. You may want to rest a bit or you can join in for some indoor lodge activities you may opt for a balloon safari with a bubbly bush breakfast for an extra cost of US$450- per person. After a delicious lunch at the lodge, around 1600 hours, proceed for another exciting game drive, where you can expect to see the famous 'Big 5'. (African elephant, Black rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, Lion, and Leopard). Return back to the Lodge for cocktails and delicious dinner.

Dinner and Overnight: Neptune Mara Rianta (FB)


Early morning breakfast, check out with packed lunch for Isibania. Clear with immigration at the border and with your Tanzanian guide continue with the rest of the trip. Enroute game drive to arrive at the camp/lodge for dinner and overnight stay. (FB)

Dinner and Overnight: Seronera Wildlife Lodge (FB)


Breakfast, depart with picnic lunch for a day game drive in Serengeti National Park with its endless plains, rolling into the distance as far as the eye can see. Alternatively, you can opt to break your day into morning and afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at the camp.

Dinner and Overnight: Seronera Wildlife Lodge (FB)


Breakfast at 0730hrs, check out with packed and depart for Ngorongoro crater, approx. 2hrs drive. On arrival, head down the steep descent road leading to the crater floor. The Ngorongoro Crater is a large, unbroken, un-flooded caldera, formed when a giant volcano erupted and collapsed some three million years ago. Had it not become a caldera, the volcanic mountain might have been about the same height as Kilimanjaro. Down on the crater floor there is an abundance of wildlife including some of the last remaining black rhino, as well as wildebeest, zebra and eland.

There are a number of lion which are typically larger in size than an average lion due abundance of game and feed in the area. The crater floor tends to get very busy, with there often being numerous vehicles at any wildlife sighting. Enjoy a complimentary hot bush lunch under the trees on the crater floor, keeping an eye on the monkeys who are always keen to take advantage of an opportunistic moment. Later in the evening, check in at Ngorongoro Farm House for dinner and overnight stay.

Dinner and Overnight: Ngorongoro Farm House (FB)



After breakfast, check out and depart for Kilimanjaro Airport in time for your outbound flight, approx. 5hrs drive. We recommend arriving at least 2 hours before departure time of your international flight. (Breakfast Only)

Giraffes approaching Safari truck


  • Accommodation as stipulated in the itinerary or similar
  • Private transportation in a Non-AC 4×4 Safari Land cruisers with pop-up roof for easy game viewing & photography
  • Game drives as indicated in the itinerary
  • Services of experienced English-speaking driver-guides
  • All Government taxes, parks entrance fees and levies as per itinerary
  • Bottled drinking water while on safari
  • All transfer to and from the Airport
  • All quotations are based on current Government Park Tariffs. Park fees are subject to change without notice.
  • Personal travel insurance cover is recommended for all visitors to East Africa.
  • Once a booking is confirmed, an invoice will be sent, after which payment should be made immediately to secure bookings.
  • For payments made in cash, please note that banks in Kenya do not accept US Dollar notes prior to the year 2006.
  • Magical Skies Limited shall NOT be liable for any excursions or extra services NOT booked through our offices while on tour.
  • Please restrict baggage per person to 15 kilos in soft bags if you are taking a flight and 20 kilos if you are doing a road safari.