|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||Baringo Excursion|
|DEPARTURE TIME||07.00 am|
|Peak season (1st July to 31st October 2018):
|Minimum of 2 pax @Kes 53,940 pp.
||4 pax @Kes 28,850 pp.
||6 pax @Kes 20,490 pp.
||8 pax @Kes 16,305 pp.
||Minimum of 2 pax @Kes 54,110 pp.
||4 pax @Kes 29,020 pp.
||6 pax @Kes 20,660 pp.
||8 pax @Kes 16,475 pp.
||Minimum of 2 pax @US$ 595 pp.
||4 pax @US$ 344 pp.
||6 pax @US$ 260 pp.
||8 pax @US$ 220 pp.
DAY 1: Nairobi to Nakuru to Baringo
Arise early in time to meet your tour guide, who will meet and assist you at an agreed and well communicated pick-up point (pick-up time is 7.00am). Depart north west for Baringo County. En route is a brief stopover at View Point for an amazing view of the Great Rift Valley. Proceed to Nakuru County. Transfer to a Nakuru hotel (en route) for lunch. Depart for Baringo County. Transfer to your Baringo camp/ lodge. Afternoon spent at leisure. Evening spent game viewing at the Lake Baringo National Park. Return to your Lake Baringo camp/ lodge. Dinner and overnight at the Lake Baringo Island Camp/ Samatian Island Lodge.
DAY 2: Baringo
Breakfast at 7.30 am and proceed to the park. Morning spent game viewing at the park. 56Lake Baringo, is, after Lake Turkana, the most northern of the Rift Valley lakes, with a surface area of about 130 squared kms (50 sq mi) and an elevation of about 970 metres (3,180 ft). Attractions at the park include the lake that is one of the freshwater lakes in the Rift Valley in Kenya, the other being Lake Naivasha, over 470 recorded bird species, occasionally including migrating flamingos, a Goliath heronry located on a rocky islet in the lake known as ‘Gibraltar’. The lake is an invaluable habitat for seven fresh water fish species, a habitat for various fauna species such as the hippo, Nile crocodile, among other mammals, amphibians, reptiles and the invertebrate communities, several small islands at the lake, the largest being the Ol Kokwe Island, an extinct volcanic centre related to the Korosi volcano to the north of the lake, that has several hot springs and fumaroles, some of which have precipitated sulphur deposits. Transfer to your Baringo camp/ lodge for lunch. Afternoon spent at leisure. Activities include a scenic one hour boat ride at Lake Baringo (at a supplement), a guided nature/ bird walk (at a supplement), a visit to the Lake Baringo natural hot springs, bird watching, a cultural visit (at a supplement), a visit to nearby attractions such as the Lake Baringo Reptile Park, Tugen Hills, Kabarnet Museum, Kikojo Falls, Rondinin, Kipngochoch Cliffs and the Chebloch Gorge (excluding the Park/ Museum entry fees/ charges), a lakeshore cruise (at a supplement) and fishing (at a supplement). Evening spent game viewing at the park whilst enjoying a sundowner and watching a wonderful Baringo sunset. Return to your Baringo camp/ lodge. Dinner and overnight at the Lake Baringo Island Camp/ Samatian Island Lodge.
DAY 3: Baringo to Nairobi
Breakfast at 6.30 am and depart with your packed lunch for Nakuru Town. Proceed to the Lake Nakuru National Park. Full day spent at the park. Attractions/ activities at the park include a game drive, game viewing, a scenic picnic lunch, bird watching, Lake Nakuru, greater and lesser flamingos, wildlife, view-points (Lion Hill, Baboon Cliff and Out of Africa), hills (Enasoit, Honeymoon, Lion Hill ridge etc.), Makalia waterfalls, scenic views and unique vegetation (about 550 different plant species). Proceed to Café Ubuntu. Enjoy a refreshing 4.00 o’clock cup of cappuccino whilst marveling at the scenic views of Mount Longonot, Mount Margaret, Mount Kenton and the surrounding Kijabe Hills. Get to also tour and learn more about the ‘Ubuntu Craft Centre’. Having concluded your safari, embark on a journey back to Nairobi. The drop-off point is the same as the pick-up point.