Arrive in Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, and unwind at our luxury hotel (see our accommodations at www.WALLSabout.com/properties). Nairobi is your gateway to the wonders of Africa that await. Spend your arrival day relaxing by the pool, enjoying an in-house spa service (OPTIONAL: choose to come a day early and enjoy one of the light activities in town at www.WALLSabout.com/extensions)(A) Day 1
Journey to Ol Pejeta Conservancy, home of the largest population of Black Rhinos in Kenya. Here we’ll pay a visit to the Jane Goodall Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary. You’ll also go behind the scenes to visit Najin and Fatu, the last two Northern White Rhinos in the world and learn more about their plight and the inspiring in vitro procedure underway to save the species.(B) Days 2 & 3
Nestled in the southern reaches of Kenya, Amboseli National Park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to massive herds of elephants. The majestic snow cap of Mt. Kilimanjaro will tower above as you traverse acacia woodland, grassy plains, and massive swamps fed from the watershed from Mt. Kilimanjaro. Amboseli is also renowned for its excellent variety of wildlife such as the Masai giraffe, elephant, lion, and a spectacular array of birds.(C) Days 4 & 5
Explore the world's largest intact volcanic caldera, often referred to as the eighth wonder of the world. It’s a literal garden of eden that includes the densest population of lions in the world and the largest rhino population in Tanzania. After touring the crater, visit a Masai Village, duck inside their dung huts, visit their school house, and even purchase a handmade souvenir that supports the village.(D) Days 6 & 7
Journey to Lake Ndutu, with a stop at the newly completed Olduvai Museum, perched on the rim of the famous Olduvai Gorge. This site is home to some of the most significant paleoanthropological discoveries in the world. Continue on into the heart of the Great Migration calving season where 500,000 baby wildebeest are born in the month of February alone.(E) Days 8 & 9
Central Serengeti encompasses the world-famous Seronera Valley, known for its unparalleled wildlife sightings. Explore the “Kopje” rock formations in hopes of spotting lions lounging like real life lion kings on the rocks. Each of Africa’s Big Five could be spotted around any corner: lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephant, and cape buffalo. Paradise!(F) Days 10 & 11
Enjoy one last breakfast accompanied by the African sunrise, followed by a game drive through the Serengeti. From here you will fly to Arusha, a hearty lunch and a stop at your dayroom to freshen up before your flight back to the states. If you’d like to linger longer, explore www.WALLSabout.com/extensions(G) Day 12
Click to watch a mash-up of actual properties our groups have stayed at over the years. Of course no single itinerary will travel to all of these properties, but this video will give you an idea of just how we roll.
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WALLSabout Journeys™ are carefully crafted luxury travel itineraries that are hosted by hand-picked local guides. Each trip is scouted and curated by our founder, Benjamin Walls to provide an ideal in-depth experience of various destinations and includes extraordinary accommodations, custom sightseeing tours, private transportation, most (if not all) meals, domestic airfare, and friendly personal service before and during the trip.
“I utilize the tenacity I have developed as an artist to curate our WALLSabout™ itineraries. I omit countless ‘good’ experiences so I can offer an itinerary that is truly special. For me, it’s about not settling for less than exceptional.” —Benjamin Walls, Founder of WALLSabout™ Travel
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