Bird Watchers Paradise Safari

Tripoto
6th Nov 2017
Photo of Bird Watchers Paradise Safari 1/2 by Josphat Mwema
Photo of Bird Watchers Paradise Safari 2/2 by Josphat Mwema

For exclusive birding in Kenya, this Bird Watchers Paradise Safari offers a unique opportunity to get thousands of birds species all over Kenya. Lake Nakuru is a world’s UNESCO heritage site for its spectacular pink migratory bird (Flamingos). Bogoria and Kakamega rain forest offers some of the rearrest of birds and you will be left begging for more time.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION – Nairobi

DEPARTURE TIME – Please Ready by 6:30 AM for a prompt departure at 07:30 AM

RETURN TIME- Approximately 3:30 PM.

WEAR– Comfortable clothing, boots, hat, jacket, Camera, Binocular and sunscreen.

Avavailability All through the year

Pricing Per person

Minimum Travelers 2

Departure location

From the airport or your place of stay

Itinerary

Kenya’s Bird Watchers Paradise Safari

Day 1

Day 1: Nairobi-Manguo Ponds- Gatamaiyu Forest- Lake Naivasha

It boast many montane species including the Chestnut-throated, Grey, Black-collared, Black-throated Apalises, Montane Oriole, Bar-tailed Trogons, Black-fronted Bush-shrike, Mustached Green Tinkerbird, White-browed Crombec.

Overnight at lodge.

Day 2

Day 2: Lake Naivasha- Nakuru

After an early morning breakfast we leave for the Highland Grassland birding in search of two Kenyan endemics Aberdare Cisticola and Sharpe’s Longclaw will also look for more specialties like Wing-snapping, Hunter’s, Levaillant’s Cisticolas, Great Crested Grebe, Maccoa & African White-backed Ducks, Lesser Jacana among many others.

Overnight at hotel

Day 3

Day 3: Lake Nakuru National Park – Lake Baringo Conservation Area

Today we will spend the most part of the day in Lake Nakuru National Park birding most of the habitats such us the alkaline shores, acacia woodland, grassland, rivers and inlets with marshes holds residents as well as migratory species.

Overnight at Lodge.

Day 4

Day 4: Lake Baringo

Birding around Lake Baringo Conservation Area is interesting by the fact that we spend most of the day outside the car. And if lucky with the help of the local guides we hope to see some the specialties such as the Hemprich’s, Jackson’s Hornbills, Northern White-faced Scops Owl, Bristle-crowned Starling, Brown-tailed Rock Chat, Green-winged Pytilia, Red-&-Yellow Barbet, Heuglin’s Courser, Slender-tailed Nightjar while birding along the camp site and the hotel grounds could yield the Verreaux’s Eagle-Owl, African Pigmy Kingfisher, Black-headed Plover.

Overnight at Lodge

Day 5

Day 5: Lake Baringo Conservation Area -Kakamega

After breakfast we leave for Kakamega Forest reserve.Birding enroute to kakamega Forest. The few stops along the way may produce Chestnut-crowned parrow-Weaver, Gambaga Flycatcher, Long-billed Pipit, Boran Cisticola, White-crested Turaco, Double- toothed Barbet, Western banded Snake Eagle, African toothed Barbet, Western banded Snake Eagle, African Water Rail, Zebra Waxbill among others.

Day 6

Day 6: Kakamega

Spend the whole day in Kakamega forest

Day 7

Day 7: Kakamega Nairobi

Depart early and arrive in the evening for your evening home flight

Inclusion

 Accommodation as per itinerary

 National Park fees

 Professional guide

 Hotel/port pickup and drop-off

 Small-group tour

 Transport by air-conditioned minivan

 Drinking Water

Exclusion

 Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)

 Gratuities (recommended)

 Souvenir photos (available to purchase)

 Laundry

 International flights

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