6 Days Wildlife Viewing, Kenya Safari

Day one: Arrival

Nairobi On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport met and briefed by our Representative.
Day Two :

Amboseli National Park On arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you are met by our representative for a briefing session. Drive to Amboseli National Park, located South East of Nairobi and on the Kenya/Tanzania Border. You will arrive in time for lunch in your lodge, followed by an evening games drive at 1600hrs.
Day Three:

Amboseli National Park Spend a further day at your lodge with morning and evening game drives. You will have the chance to view and photograph the largest herds of Elephants in Kenya, Lions, cheetahs, buffalo, and numerous birds species, all posing against the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro.
Day Four:

Lake Nakuru National Park After breakfast, depart and drive via Nairobi for lunch at a restaurant. Afternoon drive along the rim of the Great Rift Valley to arrive at Lake Nakuru National park. Afternoon game drive in the park.
Day Five:

Maasai Mara Reserve After breakfast, depart and proceed southwards to Maasai Mara. Enjoy the Reserve's breathtaking views, abundant wildlife and bird life and the rich Maasai Culture. It boarders Serengeti to the north and supports a huge number of game e.g. large herds of elephant, rhino, giraffe, buffalo and their predators such as lion, leopard, crocodile and hyenas. Arrive in time for lunch at the Lodge, followed by an evening games drive.
Day Six:

Maasai Mara After breakfast, full day game viewing in the Mara plains with a break for either picnic or a hot lunch at the lodge. The unique co-existence of the Maasai people and wildlife makes the Mara one of the world's most unique wilderness regions, with the annual Wildebeest migration making it a wonder of the new world.
Day Seven

Depart after breakfast and drive back to Nairobi, arriving in the early afternoon. Later transfer to the airport for your departure flight.
Best time to visit

August - Sept is best season, when migration in Masai Mara.