This is a 9 day safari including the day you arrive and the day you return home.
For years, children have been accompanying their parents to Africa to witness the world’s greatest creatures, marvel at it wildest landscapes, and partake of its oldest cultures – only to return home knowing very little about what they have actually seen.
Here is the ultimate children’s holiday, thanks to the uniquely educational and inspirational Kenya Adventure’s Club. Accompanied by highly trained naturalists and cultural specialists, children will be treated to an enlightening series of walks, talks, visits to neighbouring schools and villages, games and activities designed to help them better understand their wild surroundings.
For example a typical day out in the Mara with a Masai naturalist might include a visit to a “manyatta” village to watch a dance and help the local boys separating young and old sheep. Learn to shoot a bow and arrow, make fire with sticks, make jewellery, play animal hide-and-seek, learn tracking and identify animals, birds, insects and butterflies. All educational materials – from checklists and activity books to local arts and crafts – are provided without charge. All adventurers will have a chance to craft their own plaster cast of a local animal track – giving them a unique souvenir that takes absolutely nothing away!
The following itinerary combines game viewing and extra curricular activities geared towards young people. It is very participatory and will give the children a real African experience. It will be their holiday of a lifetime.
Day 1: Arrive in Kenya
On arrival in Nairobi you will be met and transferred to the Nairobi Safari Club Hotel where you will overnight on a bed and breakfast basis.
Day 2: Aberdare Country Club
This morning you will drive to the Aberdare Country Club. Afternoon activities such as horse-riding, tennis, swimming, golf, fishing or walking. Overnight on a full board basis.
Day 3 & 4: Intrepid’s Camp
Today you will drive to Samburu for two nights at Intrepid’s Camp on a full board basis. Game-viewing and join Adventure’s Club where the children will learn about bush homes including tracking animals, making a bush home, lighting fires and, generally, getting a close insight into the wonders of Africa.
Day 5: Sweetwaters
Drive to Sweetwaters private game reserve. Game drive and visit to Jane Goodall’s Chimpanzees and Morani tame Rhino.
Day 6: Lake Naivasha Country Club
Drive to Lake Naivasha Country Club where you will overnight on a full board basis. Afternoon boat trip to Crescent Island.
Day 7 & 8: Mara Intrepid’s Club
Fly to Mara Intrepid’s Club where the next two nights will be spent. Game viewing and children’s “Adventure Club”. Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives in what is, undoubtedly, Kenya’s finest game reserve. The Adventure’s Club hosts will ensure the young people are kept busy with making plaster casts or animal tracking, identifying spoor, enjoying a nature walk, spear throwing contests – the list goes on and on. You will enjoy an escorted game walk and a bush banquet deep in the African bush.
Day 9: Flying home
Today you will fly on scheduled service back to Nairobi, only a 35 minute flight. On arrival at Wilson Airport you will be transferred to Jomo Kenyetta Airport in time for your flight home.