Do you need a break away from the hustle and bustle of your normal life? Are you feeling run down and in need of some good food, fresh air and exercise? This eco-safari gives you the chance to totally relax, be at one with nature and return home invigorated.

You may not appreciate just how beautiful life can be (for some) in Kenya, abundant with nature and culture and adventure. Exceeding your expectations is going to be easy and the rural people of Kenya need you as eco-tourists. People who will buy their services directly so the money goes to the communities and not back to the cash rich countries. Eco-Tourism is tourist's money directly entering the country's economy and not being sucked back to the rich countries where the tourists have come from.

Each tourist can make an incredible difference by paying fairly for the services from the local people and NOT totally relying on the tour operator services, which are to a large extent financed by outsiders.

Eco-safari tours give you a comprehensive expose of Kenya's nature and culture, including adventurous and informative aspects to life on the beautiful Rift Valley. There is a wide collection of eco-projects in the country and we take great pride in introducing visitors to these. The projects include wildlife conservation; sustainable living (in rural villages), responsible tourism development and projects focussed on cultural enhancement.

Day 1: You arrive in Nairobi, the Capital City of Kenya. If transfer is requested, we will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel. We will have a short safari briefing in the evening and relax for the next mornings adventure.

Day 2-3: We will spend two days in and around Nairobi. A city tour, which can take us to either Nairobi National Park, Dalphine Sheldrick Animal Orphanage, Giraffe Centre or the Karen Blixen Museum. In the evening we dine and dance to a local band at the carnivore. The second day we spend visit local environmental projects and cottage industries.

Day 4-5: After our breakfast, we are off to Lake Nakuru National Park, driving for about 3 hours. We will have a stopover at Thompson Falls, before entering the Great Rift Valley to reach Lake Nakuru and arrive at our lodge in time for lunch. A first afternoon game drive will take us through the leopard country, before getting to the lakeshore, hoping to see million of flamingoes. Lake Nakuru is a bird paradise and today a national rhino sanctuary and has a wide variety of game to be seen. For instance, both black and white rhinos, rothschild's giraffe, warthogs, buffaloes, impalas, gazelles, burchell's zebras, tree-lions and leopards. It has a wonderful viewing area over the whole lake and surroundings.

Day 6-7: After breakfast we are on our way to the Masai Mara National Reserve, driving for about 6 hours. Arriving at Semi-permanent Tented Camp in time for lunch. Late afternoon game drive in Masai Mara, which is world famous for hosting abundant game throughout the year.On the 7th day we return to Nairobi after our breakfast; driving for about 5 hours ready for a flight back home.