Ol Seki Mara Camp
Based in the Naboisho Conservancy, Ol Seki Mara Camp provides en-suite, intimate tented accommodation on your safari.
|12 Days||£3800||Year Round||Kenya & Tanzania||Tailor-Made|
A truly romantic safari exploring the Masai Mara in search of the impressive range of flora and fauna which call this area home. You will have plenty of time to relax and take in your beautiful surroundings within your spacious tent. You will then travel to Zanzibar - the spice capital of the world to explore Stone Town and relax on their bright white beaches.
This wonderful honeymoon safari focuses on the incredible wildlife of the Naboisho Conservancy which borders the Masai Mara. As well as game drives in the conservancy and the park, you’ll enjoy guided bush walks with your expert naturalist guide. All while staying in a gorgeous, spacious luxury safari tent with views that are to die for!
Search for big cats, zebras and giraffes as well as stopping off for sunset cocktails in the bush! Then you are off to the spice island of Zanzibar to a lovely romantic hotel on the beach where you can relax and rejuvenate or enjoy some diving and snorkelling in the nearby reefs. Your final night will be spent in the bustling town of Stone Town where markets, sunset bars and spices await!
On arrival into Jomo Kenyatta Airport you will be met by one of our representatives and transferred to Wilson Airport for your flight to the Mara where you will transfer to your first camp. Professional Masai guides accompany you on your safari around this fantastic area of the Mara, which is great for both viewing of the annual wildebeest migration, as well as spotting the big cats. Watch the sunset over the plains of Africa whilst sipping a cocktail to celebrate the first night of your honeymoon.
Overnight: Ol Seki Mara Camp (L, D)
Spend the next three days in the Naboisho Conservancy on both morning and afternoon game drives. Covered in savannah grassland, acacia plains and rocky hills, this diverse habitat supports a whole host of wildlife including giraffe, elephant, 35 lions with another 30 split between different prides who venture in and out of the Conservancy, leopard and cheetah, as well as hippos and huge crocodiles lazing in the river. As well as the game drives, bush walks are also available which are a fantastic way to see Africa. On foot you are able to see and experience the smaller aspects of the bush which you would usually miss whilst in a vehicle.
Overnight: Ol Seki Mara Camp (B, L, D)
Your driver will meet you at the camp and transfer you to the airstrip for your flight to Nairobi Wilson Airport. Upon arrival you will be transferred to Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, from here you will fly to Zanzibar. Please note that this flight is not included in the price. After arriving in Zanzibar you will once again be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel for your stay in Zanzibar.
Take this time to relax and enjoy the wonderful spice island of Zanzibar. The population of Zanzibar is culturally diverse, with some of the mixed African, Arabic and Indian population dating back to 1st Century AD and today welcomes a growing number of tourists with a sense of laid back hospitality and friendliness. Its rich history, culture and marine life ensure there is plenty to do if you feel active including snorkelling, sailing out to the local reef, kayaking, village visits, spice tours, visits to Stone Town, spa treatments, relaxing by the pool or diving.
Meet your driver at the reception of your hotel and make your way to Stone Town where you will be taken straight to your hotel. One of the most iconic towns in east Africa and steeped in history, during your stay here you can enjoy walking the narrow streets, indulge in Zanzibari cuisine and learn about the historical spice trade that makes the island so famous.
Spend your day exploring this fascinating city independently. Famous for its flourishing spice trade as well as the slave trade, Stone Town is rich with history and culture blending a unique mixture of Arab, Persian, Indian and European influences. There is a lot to see here, from the markets, to the gardens and the many historical buildings, forts and museums. In the evening you will be driven to the airport for your onward flight.
Talk to one of our specialists for further details on our Kenya wildlife safaris.