8D7N Kenya Migrations Muslim Tour

Day 01 9 Sep – Our driver will meet you at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. You will be transferred using a city vehicle. You will also have option to visit Masai market, a local supermarket or shopping mall, you could enjoy your dinner at your own choice and cost.
Meals Plan – {None}
Hotel – Eastland Hotel

Day 02 10 Sep – Today, depart to Sentrim Elementaita Lodge (2.5 hours’ drive). The hotel located on the shores of the Lake Elementaita in Naivasha region, it is the perfect launchpad for exploring the natural beauty and wildlife of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley. The hotel is not only home to our resident both Vervet and Colobus monkeys, but it is also easy to see hundred types of birds. In the afternoon you will enjoy a boat rideto see the hippos in this freshwater lake.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner}
Hotel – Sentrim Elementaita Lodge

Day 03 11 Sep – Today, you’ll depart to Masai Mara (6 hours’ drive), Kenya’s superlative wildlife-watching destination. The Maasai Mara Game Reserve is one of the best places in Africa for wildlife viewing. Game drives are a great way to experience the park and they take place all year round. If the big cats are what you’re looking for on your safari, you are guaranteed to spot them at the Mara. For bird lovers, the Mara birds come in every color and size with more than 400 bird species, including birds of prey. You will be staying at Mara Chui Resort for 3 nights. The lodge is carefully engineered to blend with the Mara safari spirit and overlooking the Oloolamutia Hills of Masai Mara and tacked under ancient trees. Arrive the lodge in good time for lunch, then head out into the wilderness for a dusk safari from 1600 to 1800.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner}
Hotel – Mara Chui Resort

Day 04 12 Sep – Today, with our private Minivan and safari guide, you’ll spend a full day (from 0800 to 1600) exploring the Masai Mara, home to Africa’s Big Five and the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. Arguably the world’s greatest safari destination, the Mara boasts thriving populations of zebra, impala, gazelle, wildebeest, buffalo and elephant on the plains; lions, leopards, hyenas and cheetahs on the prowl; plus hippos and crocodiles lurking in the Mara and Talek Rivers. We would like to offer complimentary guided nature walk along the Mara River to see crocodiles and hippos (guide tips excluded), so that you could enjoy the unique experience in Africa and this would be very special and unforgettable experience.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner}
Hotel – Mara Chui Resort

Day 05 13 Sep – Today, you’ll spend a full day (from 0800 to 1600) exploring the Masai Mara.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner}
Hotel – Mara Chui Resort

Day 06 14 Sep – Today, you’ll depart to Lake Nakuru National Park (6 hours’ drive). Noted for its year-round natural beauty, featuring rocky escarpments and pockets of acacia trees. Lake Nakuru National Park is home to rhinos, leopards, lions and endangered Rothschild giraffes. You’ll be staying at Eagle Palace Hotel. The hotel is located in the heart of Nakuru city, set on a serene location and within a walking distance from the town’s business district and ideal for visitors to the popular tourist destinations of Lake Nakuru. You will enjoy full day game drive with packed lunch provided.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast, Packed Lunch, Dinner}
Hotel – Eagle Palace Hotel

Day 07 15 Sep – After breakfast, you will drive back to Nairobi (3 hours’ drive). We will offer the complimentary Nairobi sightseeing city tour. You will also have option to visit Masai market, a local supermarket or shopping mall, you could enjoy your lunch and dinner at your own choice and cost.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast only, Lunch & Dinner not included}
Hotel – Eastland Hotel

Day 08 16 Sep – After breakfast, you will be transferred using a city vehicle. On reaching JKIA airport bringing to an end what we believe will be a lifetime safari experience in Kenya.
Meals Plan – {Breakfast only, Lunch & Dinner not included}
Hotel – None

Note: Transfer duration is mentioned as reference, may vary according to traffic and road condition.
1 Safari Minivan during Safari, for total 6 – 7 clients: RM9,390 per person (min 6 person) Single Room Supplement is extra RM2,750 per client who is having the single room.
This price excludes flight ticket from Kuala Lumpur – Nairobi – Kuala Lumpur. Please contact us for confirmation. Price valid from min 6 person per group.

Included in this Private Package

  • Accommodation and meals as per the itinerary
  • Transportation in Safari Minivan with pop up roof for easy game viewing & photography
  • Services of an English – speaking professional driver/guide
  • Game viewing drives, parks entrance fees and campsite fees as indicated in the itinerary
  • All government taxes and levies, driver/guide allowances and park fees for the driver and vehicle
  • Bottled drinking water in safari vehicle
  • Airport transfer as indicated in the booking summary
  • All safari vehicles have RF radio, safari accessories (First Aid kit and fire extinguisher) and Emergency number 24 hours
  • Donations and payments to local community projects
  • Complimentary sightseeing city tour
  • Complimentary guided nature walk if weather and time permitted (tips to guides excluded)
  • Boat ride


  • Due to the remote location of certain safari accommodations, hot meals during lunch may not be advisable.
  • Transport on safari is provided in Safari Minivan or 4X4 Land Cruiser Jeep. City and other similar transfers may be provided in city minivans, shuttles or other vehicles. The company reserves the right to employ the services of sub-contractors where necessary.
  • For any domestic flight, check-in 60 minutes before departure at Nairobi-Wilson and 30 minutes elsewhere. Luggage allowance is strictly 15 kgs including hand luggage in soft bags. As the aircrafts are small the luggage space is limited. When excess baggage is carried will be charged at the prevailing freight charges. It’s possible to store luggage either at your hotel if you are returning thereafter your trip or in our offices.
  • According to the government policy, it’s required that you get yellow fever vaccination 10 days before you travel if traveling from a country with risk of the yellow fever virus transmission.
  • Kenya and Tanzania banned plastic bags, please prepare and use recycle bags.
  • Smoking is restricted in the room and in public. Client will be fully responsible if they break the rule.

Excluded in this Private Package

  • Tips for driver/guide (recommended $30 USD per vehicle per day. Note: USD bills are only accepted if issued from 2013 onwards)
  • Birthday cake at 50 USD per cake including birthday cake, hotel dance and celebration during dinner
  • Visas (You must have a valid visa so make sure you have the correct travel documents), international flights, and domestic flights
  • Meals outside safari and drinks/beverages in accommodations (unless mentioned otherwise)
  • Public Holiday/Festive Season Supplement applied by accommodations and Single room supplement
  • Laundry during safari and any other personal items (souvenirs, travel/baggage insurance cover, medicine, tips to porters etc.)
  • Yellow fever vaccination fee, COVID-19 PCR test, Rapid antigen test, Serology test and Vaccination
  • Accommodation in Nairobi and optional activities (Hot Air Balloon Safari, Masai village visit and Boat ride) not detailed in itinerary
  • Extra luggage fee for any domestic flight. Please note that excess baggage will only be carried‚ at the sole discretion of the captain of the aircraft‚ if the payload of the aircraft and/or space permits and will be charged at the prevailing rate for carriage of freight

Pop-up top customized Safari Minivan during Safari


– It’s safe, comfortable and affordable.

– The vans are also equipped with a special UHF radio for communication, wildlife location, safety and a heavy-duty suspension to take you over the densest vegetations and up the hills for breathtaking views. And the vans’ pop-up top brings you 360° vistas clear to the horizon.

– Traveling from park to park, you’ll be styling in comfort as the van’s closed design means the wind, dust and weather elements are sealed out.

D2 – D7, 4X4 Land Cruiser Jeep during Safari


– The Jeep’s 4 x 4 all-wheel drive and higher platform will get you through the toughest terrain, up hills.

– The higher seating in a Jeep creates better visibility to view and photograph wildlife.

– Jeeps go where other vehicles fear to tread – head deeper into the bush and easily go off-road to pursue that elusive leopard. – The Jeep’s special suspension offers a more comfortable ride on rough ground.

– More roomy and stable than a minivan.

– The Jeep’s pop up top ensures an unobstructed view.


Please note that plastic bags are banned in Kenya and Tanzania, please prepare and use recycle bags!
It is advisable to carry your belongings in soft-sided, sturdy duffle bags as per the below picture especially for flight safaris as most local airlines have a strict baggage allowance of 15 kgs per passenger including hand luggage. Any added baggage weight is chargeable. For a complete road safari in Kenya or Tanzania, you can carry luggage weight of up to 23 kgs per person.

Clothing List

As you’ll be spending hours in your safari vehicle, we recommend you pack loose-fitting, comfortable clothing. The below list will guide you on suitable clothing:

  • Short-sleeve shirts or T-shirts
  • Pairs of shorts
  •  Long-sleeve shirts for evening times (for protection from sun and mosquitoes)
  • Pairs of cotton trousers or light pants/skirts – Pick neutral color tones like khaki, stone and brown ✓ 1 light weight warm jacket or fleece (Morning and nights can get chilly)
  • 1 wide-brim hat with an under-chin tie (to stop it from being blown off in open-top vehicles)
  • Comfortable walking shoes – closed walking field shoes/boots
  • Lightweight sandals or flip flops (for wearing around the camp)
  • Cotton socks and underwear
  • Buff, scarf or bandana (good for dust)
  • Sunglasses
  • Sports bra for women. Some of the roads in the reserve are not well maintained and can be bumpy

Personal List

You will definitely need your own personal items as well, such as:

  • Passport + a copy (keep in separate bags)
  • Camera, battery, extra battery and plenty of memory cards
  • Chargers (for camera and phone) , power bank and a power adaptor (square 3-pin English standard)
  • Sunscreen (get unscented to avoid attracting insects)
  • Lip balm
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrush etc.)
  • Cash for tips (including driver guide and camp staff) and for souvenirs

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