Ornithological safaris...

These tours are a unique speciality of mine and can be tailored to suit you. Below, you will find just a sample of the boundless possibilties.

7 days ornithological safari

Day 1 - Lake Nakuru National Park

Early morning drive to Lake Nakuru National Park, home to thousands of pink flamingoes and over 400 species of birds. Lake Nakuru National Park is world famous for its birdlife and apart from the spectacular scenery and bird life, Lake Nakuru National Park is well known for its protection of endangered species such as black and white rhino and the Rothschild giraffe

Days 2 & 3  Lake Baringo, Lake Bogoria

Drive to Lake Baringo - a fresh water lake situated between the two walls of the Rift Valley. Lake Baringo's main attraction is the bird life. Kenya has over 1200 different species of bird and more than 450 have been sighted at Lake Baringo! Morning visit to Lake Bogoria - only 30KM south of Lake Baringo. It is one of the Rift Valley's many soda lakes and home to thousands of flamingos and 150 recorded species of birds - the fish eagle being the predominant bird in the area. Bird walks and boat rides along the lakeshore are highly recommended here.

Days 4 - 6  Kerio Valley, Koru, Kakamega Forest, Lake Victoria

A picturesque drive through the Kerio Valley and on to "Kweisos House" in Koru, situated on a 3,000-acre private estate. Here you can enjoy superb bird watching, walks, fishing or even horse riding. Day trip to Kakamega Forest, a relatively small patch of equatorial rain forest. The forest is a haven for over 350 species of birds and 45% of all recorded butterflies in Kenya. Day trip to Lake Victoria where you can enjoy a boat ride along the shoreline where bird life is abundant.

Day 7 - Return to Nairobi via Lake Naivasha

On the last day we drive back to Nairobi via Lake Naivasha, a fresh water lake and home to an incredible variety of bird species. The park is an important breeding ground for vultures, Verreaux's eagle, augur buzzards and home to over 100 recorded species of birds.

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