The Porini Equator Safari is a 4 to 6 night safari combining two of Kenya's finest wildlife areas the Amboseli National Park and Ol Pejeta Conservancy:
Accommodation is first at Porini Amboseli Camp in the Selenkay Conservancy, then Porini Rhino Camp in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The Safari Camps are small and exclusive and run on the same environmentally sound principles. All camps are specially designed to have minimum impact with no permanent structures.
2 Nights Porini Amboseli Camp - 2 Nights Porini Rhino Camp (optional extra nights)
Pickup from Nairobi at 9am and transfer by safari minibus to Porini Amboseli Camp (a 5 hour journey of 128 miles), arriving at camp before lunch. (NB optional flight upgrade available at a supplement). Following afternoon tea, you will be escorted on a walk by Maasai warriors to a village to get an insight into their fascinating culture and way of life. Then take a game drive in the conservancy followed by a sundowner at a scenic spot overlooking Kilimanjaro. Night game drive and return to camp for dinner and overnight.
Awake to the noisy calls of the birds. After an early breakfast, we drive through the bush on our private track into Amboseli National Park, for a full morning of game viewing. Following a picnic lunch in the park, we return to camp later in the afternoon. In the evening you will go on a game drive in Selenkay Conservancy, stopping for a sundowner at a scenic viewpoint, followed by a night game drive to look for nocturnal animals such as aardvarks, serval cats, caracals, bat-eared foxes, African wild cats, and other species. Return to camp for dinner and overnight.
Early breakfast and then drive through Amboseli park to the airstrip for the 9am Safarilink flight to Wilson, connecting onto the 10.20h flight to Nanyuki (arriving at 11.30h). You will be met at the airstrip and transferred to Porini Rhino Camp, located in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in the foothills of Mount Kenya. Lunch and afternoon tea in camp and then head off to look for rhino with your driver-guide in the camp's 4x4 safari vehicle. Return to Porini Rhino Camp for dinner and overnight.
Full day in Ol Pejeta with game drives and walking activities from camp. Overnight Porini Rhino Camp.
Depart Porini Rhino Camp and transfer to the airstrip for the 12.25h flight back to Nairobi's Wilson Airport (arrives 13.20h).
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EQUATOR SAFARI, 4 NIGHTS DRIVING & FLYING PACKAGE (SELENKAY CONSERVANCY, AMBOSELI & OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY, LAIKIPIA): PRICES IN US$ [MINIMUM 2 PAX]
Prices include: Pick up in Nairobi then shared road transfer to Amboseli, 2 nights in Porini Amboseli Camp with daily Selenkay Conservancy fees and one day Amboseli National Park entrance fee, Maasai village visit then afterwards check out and fly to Wilson Airport where you will connect to another schedule flight to Nanyuki Airstrip, met and transferred to Porini Rhino Camp for 2 nights with daily Ol Pejeta Conservancy fees and visit to Chimpanzee Sanctuary, both camps are based on full board basis including soft drinks, beer, house wine, gin & tonic, mineral water, return conservancy airstrip transfers, day & night shared game drives in open sided 4x4 safari vehicle with qualified guide, sundowners, walks with Maasai warriors, then last day fly back to Wilson Airport.Please select your currency:
|DATES FROM||DATES TO||PER ADULT SHARING, 4 NT PACKAGE||SINGLE SUPPLEMENT, PACKAGE||PER CHILD SHARING, PACKAGE||EXTRA NIGHT AT PORINI AMBOSELI OR RHINO CAMP PER ADULT SHARING|
|01-Nov-14||19-Dec-14||2015 USD||520 USD||1180 USD||370 USD|
|20-Dec-14||02-Jan-15||3060 USD||520 USD||1825 USD||635 USD|
|03-Jan-15||31-Mar-15||2240 USD||520 USD||1330 USD||445 USD|
|01-Apr-15||15-Apr-15||2060 USD||520 USD||1220 USD||375 USD|
|01-Jun-15||30-Jun-15||2060 USD||520 USD||1220 USD||375 USD|
|01-Jul-15||30-Sep-15||2950 USD||520 USD||1760 USD||610 USD|
|01-Oct-15||31-Oct-15||2660 USD||520 USD||1585 USD||545 USD|
|01-Nov-15||19-Dec-15||2060 USD||520 USD||1220 USD||375 USD|
Prices are subject to currency fluctuations and may change.
If you wish to discuss your requirements with one of our expert safari consultants please call on:
KenyaTel: +254-774-136523 UKTel: 07901-396513 USATel: 1-800-642-4666
Baraka was one of the first rhinos born on the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. After losing an eye to an infection following a fight he unfortunately developed a cataract in the other eye and subsequently became completely blind. With a low chance of survival on his own, Baraka was moved from the wild to a 100 acre enclosure in order to ensure his safety.
Baraka is now an ambassador for his species – and a popular attraction at Ol Pejeta. There is a feeding platform from which visitors can get up close to view and feed him, an experience not to be missed. Baraka receives visitors daily from 9.30am to 6.00pm, with feeding times three times per day.
Formed in 1993 as a joint alliance between The Jane Goodall Institute and Kenyan Wildlife Services this sanctuary was established as a refuge for orphaned and confiscated chimpanzees and is the only place in Kenya where non-indigenous chimpanzees can be seen.
The Sanctuary provides a permanent refuge in as natural environment as possible – the 40 or so chimpanzees are protected on an island and access to see them is by boat.
The cost of a visit to Baraka and to the Chimpanzee Sanctuary is already included within the Conservancy fee.
The Endangered Species Boma is a must-see for any trip to Ol Pejeta. Here visitors can meet and learn about the Northern White Rhinos which are critically endangered with only six left in the world. Three of them are here and visitors can have the unique experience of seeing these majestic creatures up close. The boma also has six southern white rhinos, two black rhinos and numerous Grevy’s zebras and Jackson’s hartebeest.
Visitors are limited and only two vehicles per day have access – so pre-booking is recommended.
Price: US $15 per person for 3 or more people, or a total fee of $35 is charged for 1 or 2 people. All funds raised go directly towards the care of the four Northern White Rhinos.