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Memorable Kenya - From $4,590 per person

A diverse country, Kenya offers many rewards for the first-time, as well as the seasoned, safari traveler. On this memorable safari you will encounter the greatest concentration of free-ranging wildlife on earth, explore the customs of the proud Masai and marvel at the magnificent vistas. Traveling by light aircraft affords the maximum time possible on safari enjoying what you came to this fascinating continent to experience. Your adventure begins in the semi-desert bush country of the Samburu Game Reserve, home to the Samburu tribe. This region is noted for the unique species that live here, such as the Grevy\\\'s zebra, gerenuk and reticulated giraffe. The Uaso Nyiro River runs through the park and guarantees an abundance of wildlife the year around. The rugged splendor of this region is accented by the colorful dress and beauty of the Samburu tribe. These nomadic people allow a glimpse into their way of life and how they have adapted to this mysterious and adventurous region. You then fly over the Rift Valley to Kenya\\\'s most favored game reserve, the Masai Mara. From the Rift Valley escarpment, to the rolling plains and the groves of woodlands, the Masai Mara is a vast and varied landscape. The Mara River bisects this great reserve and provides a rich habitat along its banks. While in the Mara, you will have the option to float above the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem on board a hot air balloon followed by a gourmet champagne breakfast.

Trip Details

Price Per Person: $5,120 (3 Jan – 15 Mar, Jun, Oct – 20 Dec); $4,375 (16 Mar – May); $5,870 (Jul, Sep); $6,290 (Aug) 
Per person, double occupancy. Based on a minimum of two travelers. Estimated price of this tour is valid until December 20, 2012
Single Supplement: On request subject to availability
Activities: Birding, Cultural, Game Drives, Walking Safaris, Hot Air Balloons, Village Visits
Nights: 7
Tour Type: Customized
Travel Style: Luxury-5 star
Flights Included: Wilson – Samburu – Mara – Wilson