Transport to and fro Accommodations
Local transportation Professional guide
Entrance fees
Guide gratuity



Day 1:

Nairobi – Naivasha

You will be met by our friendly and professional team in the airport and transferred to a Lodge / camp in Lake Naivasha for lunch. Lake Naivasha is a fresh water lake in Kenya that

forms part of the great riftvalley and is at the highest elevation of the Kenyan Rift valley at 1,884 metres (6,181 ft) in a complex geological combination of volcanic rocks and

sedimentary deposits from a larger Pleistocene era lake . After lunch we will embark for a birding tour in the Lake and its environs. Popular species we are going to be looking for in

this area are; African Fish Eagles, many Goliath Heron, Jacanas, Pied and Malachite Kingfisher, Red-knobbed coot, Spoonbills, Little Grebe, rare Maccoa Duck, African Darters and

Saddle Billed Stork. You will also have time to do a nature walk, fishing or a boating in the lake if you wish to.

Lunch / Dinner / Breakfast.


Day 2

.Lake Naivasha – Lake Nakuru National Park

After breakfast, you will be driven to Lake Nakuru National park, 73.30 kms. This journey will take roughly one hour forty four minutes. The lake is a home to the Greater and Lesser

Flamingo and many other species like great White Pelican and Black necked and Little Grebe, the rare Martial Eagle, Lesser Kestrel and Madagascar Squacco Heron among others.

You will also do an evening game drive in the park where you will get a chance to see giraffe, hippo, buffalo, zebra, hyenas, lions, leopards among others. The following day you will

visit Lake Elementaita which is home to bird species like, Greater Flamingo, Jackson’s Widowbird, grey crested helmet Shrike and eagles among others. In the afternoon, you will

have a tour of the beautiful Nakuru town before returning back to our lodge/camp for dinner.

Dinner / Breakfast


Day 3:

Lake Nakuru To Lake Bogoria

After breakfast, we start our journey to Lake Bogoria. Lake Bogoria is a shallow, saline, alkaline lake that lies in a volcanic region in a half-graben basin south of Lake Baringo, Kenya,

a little north of the equator. Lake Bogoria is home at times to one of the world’s largest populations of lesser flamingos. The lake is also famous for geysers and hot springs along

the bank of the lake and in the lake. In four locations around the lake can be observed at least 10 geysers, which erupt up to 5 m high. The most common bird species found

includes; African fish eagle, Greater flamingo, Grey crowned crane, Hamerkop, the lesser flamingo and fish eagles.

Dinner / Breakfast


Day 4:

Lake Bogoria To Lake Baringo

After breakfast, you are driven to Lake Baringo which is one of the most northern of the Kenyan Rift Valley lakes and is part of the East African Rift system. The Tugen Hills, an

uplifted fault block of volcanic and metamorphic rocks, lies west of the lake. The Laikipia Escarpment lies to the east. It is a critical habitat and refuge for more than 500 species of

birds and fauna, some of the migratory water birds species being significant regionally and globally. It is also a habitat for many species of animals including the hippopotamus, Nile

crocodiles and many other mammals, amphibians, reptiles and the invertebrate communities.

Dinner / Breakfast


Day 5:

Lake Baringo To Nairobi

Today’s trip will start with an early guided bird watching and a nature walk along the lake before starting our journey back to the Airport in Nairobi.