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Family Safari In Kenya

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On Family Kenya, children enjoy an array of special programming and activities - such as mask-making, soccer games and kite-making - designed especially for their ages and interests.

 Advantage:
•    Special children's Activity Coordinator awaits in the lodges/luxury tents/hotels throughout the journey, providing a range of age-appropriate activities
•    Visit Daphne Sheldrick's Orphanage, seeing young elephants lovingly interact with handlers before they are reintroduced to the wild
•    Feed the tallest animal in the world at the Giraffe Center
•    Visit a chimpanzee sanctuary and rhino reserve in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, with the opportunity to visit and feed Baraka (a socialized, vision-impaired black rhino) from a platform
•    During a visit to a Samburu village, interact with the local people who will share their knowledge of fire-starting, spear-throwing and animal tracking, as well as beadwork and leatherwork
•    Visit a primary school in the Masai Mara
•    Entertain children with organized activities, such as butterfly-catching, soccer or making elephant dung paper and turning it into kites or animal masks

Day to day Itinerary

Day 1: ARRIVAL NAIROBI, Kenya 
Arrive in Nairobi.
Nairobi Serena Hotel 

Day 2: NAIROBI TO NANYUKI | Animal Interactions 
Visit the Giraffe Center to feed endangered, graceful Rothschild giraffes. Proceed with your family to Daphne Sheldrick’s Orphanage to see small elephants cared for by attentive keepers until being returned to the wild. Have early lunch at Safari park hotel, then Proceed to Nanyuki/ Sweetwaters arriving late afternoon for game drive to your luxury tented camp. Dinner and overnight at Sweetwater’s Luxury Tented Camp. Meals: BLD

Day 3-4: OL PEJETA/ SWEETWATERS | Abundant Game Viewing 
You a wake-up at the the foot of Mount Kenya lies Sweetwaters Game Reserve within the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Set out as a family by safari vehicle, or take an optional nature walk or a night game drive. You may even view game from your tent’s private veranda, which overlooking a frequented floodlit waterhole where animal come to lick the salt. Sweetwaters is an excellent place to see two of Africa’s most endangered species: black rhinos and chimpanzees. Special reserves keep them safe and help the species thrive. Sweetwater Luxury Tented camp|   Meals: B L D 

Day 5: SAMBURU GAME RESERVE | Animals and the Samburu 
Travel to the bush of the Samburu Game Reserve, where your comfortable tented camp is perched along the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. The river serves as a lifeline and nerve center of this reserve; animals congregate along its banks to quench their thirst. The reserve is also home to the pastoral, nomadic Samburu people, whom your family will meet. Accommodation at Samburu Intrepids | Samburu Ashnil or Samburu Sopa Lodge.  Meals: B L D

Day 6: SAMBURU GAME RESERVE | Village Visit 
After an early-morning game drive, return to camp for breakfast; then visit a local Samburu village to learn about their traditional ways of life. While your family is at Samburu, you may also take guided walks with a focus on game tracking (optional), catch butterflies, embark on treasure hunts, play football or volleyball, swim, or paint and draw — your tented safari camp offers fun options for every member of the family. Accommodation at Samburu Intrepids | Samburu Ashnil or Samburu Sopa Lodge.  Meals: B L D 

Day 7: MASAI MARA GAME RESERVE | Plains Explorations 
Awaken to the sounds of the wilderness, and board a flight to the Masai Mara, your home for the next three days. Arrive at your luxury, tented camp at the confluence of the Mara’s four game viewing regions. Accommodation at Mara Serena | Sanctuary Olonana or Mara Sopa Lodge.  Meals: B L D 

Days 8-10: MASAI MARA GAME RESERVE | Beauty in the Bush 
Spend the next two days in this magnificent savanna country, home to Kenya’s most varied animal population. Listen for the roars of mighty lions; they can be heard as far as five miles away. Be on the lookout for elephants, giraffes and zebras. You might even see cheetahs dashing across the plains or rhinos lumbering along. With a little luck, you may spot leopards trying to stay out of sight, biding their time until nightfall. Young adventurers experience a mammal study on morning and afternoon game drives, identify animal tracks and cast them in plaster, and set out on nature walks with an eye toward herbal medicine. Meanwhile, discover abundant birdlife and learn to identify bird calls, bills, tracks, habitats and plumage patterns. Learn the art of beadwork and leatherwork, as well as basic bush survival skills, such as how to properly throw a spear or start a fire with sticks. At night, your family watches a display of traditional Maasai song and dance. Consider taking an optional hot air balloon safari, an amazing way to start the day — and an experience your family will never forget. End your stay in the Mara with a farewell dinner and say goodbye to your new friends. 

Day 11: DEPART NAIROBI 
Fly back to Nairobi, and relax in your dayroom until your homebound flight. 
Nairobi Serena Hotel (dayroom)

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