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14 days lake Nakuru, lake Baringo, Kitale, Kakamega, Kisumu, Maasai Mara bird watching safari

Day 1: Nairobi (arrival)

Arrive at the JKI Airport to be met by your guide. Birding starts right away from the stairs off the plane as the Little, African Palm Swifts and the Superb Starling appears common while the Red-winged Starling whistles to remind you to have your binoculars ready. Transfer to the hotel for a rest, followed by a visit to the Nairobi National Museum’s birds, ethnography, geology, prehistory galleries (among others) as well as the Snake Park. This is the right place to learn and see many of the Kenya’s multifacets of culture, pre-history and its natural resources. Birding continues around the museum's botanical garden or elsewhere depending on the time. Overnight in Nairobi.

Day 2: Olorgesaille

We'll drive down the escarpment towards this dry, arid, scrub country about 75 km south of Nairobi (towards Lake Magadi). Makes an excellent whole day birding trip. All the way down the rift valley, stops along the way shows ta distinctive change of habitat and species. Recorded species includes the Cut Throat, Blue-capped Cordonbleu, Northen Crombec, Banded Parisoma, White-bellied Canary, Crimson-rumped Waxbill, Grey Wren Warbler, Taita Fiscal, Von der Decken's Hornbill, Fischer's Sparrow-Lark, Grey-headed Silverbill, Grey-capped Social-Weaver, Red-fronted Tinkerbird, Straw-tailed Wydah, Tiny Cisticola etc.We'll also spend some hours at the Olorgesaille prehistoric Site, a museum displaying many hand tools by man. Picnic lunch at the Museum. Overnight in Nairobi

Day 3: Lake Nakuru National Park via Gatamaiyu Forest

Leave early for the Gatamaiyu forest, located about 50-km n.w. of Nairobi stretches through the Kieni forest (part of the central highland) and boost many montane species includes the Chestnut-throated, Grey, Black-collared, Black-throated Apalis, Montane Oriole, Narina & Bar-tailed Trogon, Black-fronted Bush-shrike, Yellow-rumped, Mustached Green Tinkerbird, Scarce Swift, White-browed Crombec, while Abbott's Starling and the Sharpe's Starling have been recorded, among others. While Manguo Ponds makes an excellent birding spot en-route to the forest. It boost a wide variety of waterfowls such as the Yellow-billed Ducks, Little Grebe, Red-billed Teal, Red-knobbed Coot, while Maccoa Ducks are regularly recorded, Grey, Black-headed Heron, African Spoonbill, White-faced Whistling Duck, Hottentot Teal, while sometimes waders may occur in large numbers such as the Greenshanks, Sandpipers, Plovers etc. Leave late afternoon for The Lake Nakuru National Park is known as an important wildlife sanctuary for some of Africa's endangered species, especially black and white rhinos, and Rothschild Giraffes. The game reserve is also home to lions, waterbuck, buffalo and baboons, which we keep an eye out for on our game drive. passing by the Kinangop plateau in search of Sharpe's Longclaw, one of the Kenya’s endemic.Overnight at Lake Nakuru.

Day 4: Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is referred to as the "the greatest ornithological spectacle in the world" with both lesser and the Greater Flamingoes sometimes exceeding 1.5 million individuals. The alkaline habitat supports thousands of resident and migratory waterfowl. The alkaline lake, acacia woodland, grassland, rivers and inlets with marshes hold over the 450 species. class="MsoNormal">Some of the common birds includes the Little Grebe, Great White Pelican, Black-winged Stilt, Gull-billed, Whiskered Tern, Grey-headed Gull, Cape and Red-billed Teal, Southern Pochard, Long-crested, and African Crowned Eagle, White-fronted Bee-eater, Arrow-Marked Babbler, Little Rock Thrush, Wailing Cisticola, Ruppell's Long-tailed Starling, Lilac-breasted Roller, Cliff Chat and many species of waders.

In addition, the park is rich in big games that include the Giraffe, Buffalo, Waterbuck, Eland, Hippo, both Black and White Rhino, Lion, Leopard, Spotted Hyena among many small mammals.Overnight at Lake Nakuru

Day 5: Lake Baringo

We take a morning game and bird-drive in the park before leaving for the Lake Baringo Conservation Area, another Kenya’s birding hotspots. Afternoon, visit the cliffs not far from the lake, a good site for Hemprich's & Jackson's Hornbills, White-faced Scops Owl, Bristle-crowned Starling, Brown-tailed Rock Chat, Green-winged Pytilia, and Red & Yellow Barbet, Bat Hawk, Three Banded Courser, Slender-tailed Nightjar (among many others). Birding along the camp site and the hotel could yield the Verreaux's Eagle-Owl, African Pigmy kingfisher, Black Headed Plover,Overnight at Lake Baringo Country Club

Day 6: Kapedo

We drive north of Lake Baringo about 75km to Kapedo lying on a semi-desert and the specialties around this area includes the Magpie Starling, Chestnut-headed Sparrow-Lark, Pigmy Batis, Somali Sparrow, Somali Fiscal, Pale Prinia, Mouse-Coloured Penduline-Tit, among others.Overnight at Lake Baringo Country Club

Day 7: Kitale

Today we take an early morning boat ride before going back to the cliff and the bush around hoping to see the Goliath, Grey Heron, Great White Pelicans among many waterbirds. Before lunch we leave for Kitale where we spend the night looking forward for tomorrow birding day down the Kongelai Escarpment. Overnight in Kitale

Day 8: Kongelai Escarpment

We drive down the Kongelai escarpment on the west of Makutano (Kitale - Turkana Road). This is yet another excellent birding area where we expect localized birds such as the Yellow-billed Shrike, Lesser Blue-eared Starling, White Crested Turaco, Chestnut Crowned Sparrow-weaver, Dark Chanting Goshawk among many other interesting species.Late afternoon we leave heading for the Kakamega Forest.Overnight in Kakamega

Day 9 / 10: Kakamega Forest

Two days long around the forest trails in the northern circiut. The Kakamega Forest, the only rain forest remaining in Kenya, was once a continuation of the Guinea-Congolian rainforest, rich in species nowhere else to be seen in Kenya. Spending a few days here we hope to see a good number of these forest species that could include the Blue-headed Bee-Eater, Red-headed Malimbe, Green Sunbird, Grey-winged Robin, Yellow Spotted, Yellow-bellied Barbets, African Blue Flycatcher, African Shrike-Flycatcher, Snowy-headed Robin, Common, Jamesson's, Chestnut and with much luck the Yellow-bellied Wattle-Eyes and may be the Blue-shouldered Robin Chat among many others. Overnight in Kakamega

The birdlife of the Kakamega is a fascinating and unique combination of central African lowland species (which dominate the list) sitting alongside highland species. It is probable that at least 45 of the species on the Kenya list are to be found only in the Kakamega. It is the last refuge in Kenya of the Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus erithacus) which is present in very low numbers (probably fewer than 10 individuals) and is close to being extirpated (locally extinct). Two other species, Turner's Eremomela (Eremomela turneri) and Chapin's' Flycatcher (Muscicapa lendu), are globally threatened and a further 15 species are regionally-threatened. Amongst the Kakamega specials are Ansorge's Greenbul (Andropadus ansorgei kavirondensis), the Blue-headed Bee-eater (Merops muelleri muelleri), the Red-chested Owlet (Glaucidium tephronotum elgonense), Shelley's Greenbul (Andropadus masukuensis kakamegae), Grey-chested Illadopsis (Kakamega poliothorax), Brown Illadopsis (Illadopsis fulvescens ugandae) and the Green-throated Sunbird (Nectarinia rubescens kakamegae).

The Forest Reserve is situated 48km North of Kisumu and 42km South of the Trans African Highway at Webuye. It is approximately 418 km from Nairobi and there is a small airstrip 4km outside Kakamega town. Accommodation in the reserve is limited and mostly very basic. There is a guesthouse, self-help bandas, a couple of campsites and the Rondo Retreat. The Retreat, managed by the Trinity Fellowship, is the most comfortable of the places mentioned and is actually a retreat centre for quiet prayer and contemplation for members of the fellowship. It provides full board in cottages in pleasant grounds, however, while there is a dining room alcoholic drinks are not offered for sale (although they aren't banned from the premises).

Day 11: Kisumu (Lake Victoria)

Birding before breakfast and after, later drive to Kisumu City just-by the second largest fresh-water lake in the world. Visit Impala Sanctuary and the Sewerage Works that could yield a Southern Red Bishop, Black-billed Barbet.Overnight at Kisumu

Day 12: Masai Mara Game Reserve

Today we take an early morning boat ride along the Papyrus vegetation at the Dunga Beach (a fishing village/jet) with expectation to see some the specialties like the Papyrus Canary, Papyrus Gonolek, Swamp Flycatcher, Slender-billed, Northern Brown-throated, Jackson's Golden-backed, Yellow-backed Weavers, Greater Swamp Warbler e.t.c After this we leave for the famous Maasai Mara, the jewel of Kenya's wildlife and the greatest spot for wildebeest migration for the next 3 days.Overnight in Mara

Day 13: Masai Mara Game Reserve

Masai Mara Game Reserve is a plain of rolling grassland dotted with a mixture of acacia trees and the plain game which includes large herds of Elephants, Zebras, Topis, Hartebeests, gazelles, Impala's not forgetting the well known Mara/ Serengeti Wildebeest's migration, Lions, Cheetah among other cats.We'll stay on the western part of the reserve along the Olololo Escarpments blended by river, swampy, grassy and forested habitats. Specialties could include the Tabora, Rock Loving Cisticola, Wattled Plover, Penduline Tit, Pale Wren Warbler, among others. Those interested with Balloon Safari- this is the place to view Mara and her wildlife by air.We'll spend sometime in the afternoon to visit the Masai Village for a cultural dance and experience their way of life. Overnight in Mara

Day 14: Nairobi

En route game drive on our way to Nairobi while searching for more bird species especially the Magpie Shrike and others on the eastern part of the reserve. While on the way to Nairobi we'll stop in search of the Swallow-tailed Kite.

Return to Nairobi where our tour ends with a dinner before the transfer to the airport.

Price: USD 1400 per Person sharing

Price includes

Transfer from the airport on the arrival day to the hotel

Safari vans for game drive

Park entry fees

3 meals a day, bottled water for use during the safari

Accommodation in Camping/Hotel

Driver/Guide allowances

All Camping Fees

Costs Excludes:

All international air transport to and from Nairobi

Alcohol and non-alcoholic drinks

Any Medical expenses


All activities or excursions not mentioned in program

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