DAY 19 - Leaving Uganda behind, we will head back over the border into Kenya, approx. 300 kms to the cheese town of Eldoret. We will spend the night at the Naiberi River Campsite. Naiberi is considered to be nature’s own creation, designed to take it’s guests as far back as the stone age with a little touch of modern day luxury. It is created on a hilly forest tribal land, which was once home to members of the ancient Sirikwa tribe. Preserved on the site are excavations with stone sides, commonly called Sirikwa holes, which are believed to have been roofed and occupied by the inhabitants of a bygone age. The campsite is Indian owned and so in the night we will feast on an included Indian Dinner.
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265 Kms from Eldoret
We returned back to Nairobi from Masai Mara. It was a rough 6 hours by road. With a heavy heart we had to say our goodbyes to Kenya. We were smitten and had fallen head over heels in love with Africa. Promising ourselves that we are coming back to Africa soon!We took a Kenya Airways flight from Mumbai to Nairobi. The best season to visit Kenya and witness the great migration is between June to Aug!Follow me on Instagram here! Check out my blog here!
126 Kms from Eldoret
DAY 2 - After breakfast we make our way to Nakuru approximately 160 kms from Nairobi. The Lake Nakuru National Park is overflowing with wildlife and not to mention Lake Nakuru itself, the view of which from Babboon is stunning. Tonight we will stay at a beautiful camp site located on a dairy farm on the outskirts of Nakuru Town and depending on what time we arrive we may have the option of a farm visit.
231 Kms from Eldoret
DAY 18 - In the morning there might be an optional game drive before we set off for our drive to Jinja. We will camp at scenic riverside retreat with showers and flush toilets.