Honeymoon Kenya Safari and Holiday
Day 1- Arrival – Nairobi .
Met upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport by Silver Africa representative.Assistance and transfer to The Norfolk Hotel. Rest of the day at leisure with the possibility of realizing optional excursions. Accommodation on bed and breakfast basis at The Norfolk Hotel (BB)
The Norfolk Hotel has cosmopolitan cuisine features classic and new dishes exquisitely prepared, and finely tuned as to seasoning and accompaniments. The chic clientele bear witness to the restaurants popularity. The Lord Delamere Terrace and Restaurant offers less formal dining. Here you may take a light meal or indulge in the sumptuous themed buffets. The Hibiscus lounge is ideal for a colonial-style afternoon tea. Accommodation at The Fairmont Norfolk varies from large opulent suites to smaller, more intimate rooms. All are beautifully furnished and many look out onto the hotel's lovely gardens. The grounds are immaculate and profusely planted with indigenous plants. Artefacts from the hotel's history are dotted around including a sedan chair from the colonial era. The Fairmont Norfolk Hotel offers all the comforts of a modern first class hotel yet combines it with an intriguing sense of history.
Day 2- Nairobi/Naivasha .
After breakfast drive to Lake Naivasha arriving in time for lunch at Loldia House. Afternoon with activities as offered by Loldia House. Dinner and overnight at Loldia House (LDBB) .
Day 3- Naivasha .
Full day at leisure in Naivasha with activities as offered by Loldia House. All meals and overnight at Loldia House (LDBB) .
Kenya of the pioneers was a land of expansive farms, carved from the highlands and the countryside around the beautiful Rift Valley lakes. The early settlers found vast herds of game, huge numbers of predators and a profusion of birdlife. They lived an outdoor lifestyle; riding, hunting, fishing and walking. Loldia House was established by a settler who arrived by ox-wagon just after the Boer War and it is still owned by the same family today. He was a renowned horseman who chose this beautiful corner of Kenya to enjoy all that was best in the early Kenyan way of life. Nestling under the acacia and wild fig trees on the green western shores of Lake Naivasha, the present Loldia House was constructed by Italian prisoners of war from local stone. Built around a courtyard, its main archway frames a stunning view of dormant volcano Mount Longonot.
Day 4-Naivasha/Masai Mara Game Reserve
Breakfast and morning at leisure with activities as offered by Loldia House. Lunch. After lunch transfer to the airstrip for scheduled flight to Masai Mara departing at 15h20. Met upon arrival at Musiara Airstrip by Governors Camp vehicle/guide at 16h00 and proceed on an afternoon game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis. Dinner and overnight at Main Governors Camp (LDBB)
Day 5-Masai mara Game ReserveEarly morning game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis returning to the camp for breakfast. Morning game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis. Lunch. Afternoon game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis. Dinner and overnight at Main Governors Camp (LDBB)
Day 6- Masai Mara Game Reserve
Early morning game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis returning to the camp for breakfast. Morning game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis. Lunch. Afternoon game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis. Dinner and overnight at at Main Governors Camp (LDBB)
Governors' Camp lies on the banks of the Mara River in the west of the famous Masai Mara Game Reserve. The camp is in a spot once reserved for the colonial governors of Kenya and their royal visitors. Created in 1972, it set new standards in luxury as a tented camp, placing particular emphasis on comfort and service. Maintaining these qualities, the camp has been refined and improved over the years. However, special care has been taken to preserve an atmosphere in which today's traveller may share some of the experiences of classic safari and enjoy the landscape and wildlife that so inspired adventurers such as Hemingway. To this end all guest facilities are under canvas and all accommodation tents are carefully positioned for uninterrupted views from their verandas of either the Mara River or the rolling plains of the Masai lands. However, living under canvas does not mean lack of comfort. Each tent is stylishly decorated and has a shower room with 24-hour hot water.
Day 7- Masai Mara Game Reserve/Nairobi/DepartureEarly morning game drive with the camp vehicle/guide on seat in car basis returning to the camp for breakfast. After breakfast transfer to Musiara Airstrip for scheduled flight to Nairobi departing at 11h00. Met upon arrival at Wilson Airport at 12h15 by Silver Africa representative and transfer to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for your ownward departure flight. End of our services.