Safari time

By Lucie Morangi | China Daily | Updated: 2018-06-17 12:30
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A lion lies in a bush in Masai Mara. Lions, together with elephants, buffaloes, leopards and rhinos, are the park's main inhabitants. [PHOTO BY XIE SONGXIN/CHINA DAILY]

Day 2

An early morning departure from Nairobi will help tourists arrive at lunchtime in Amboseli National Park.

The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get a close view of elephants among other wildlife species at the foothills near Mount Kilimanjaro, the dormant volcano in the neighboring country of Tanzania.

Other attractions in Amboseli include a visit to the Masai cultural village for an experience of the old culture.

The Amboseli Lodge, located 2 km or so from the park, has rustic cottages in the middle of nowhere, and one can get an online deal as low as only 705 yuan ($110) per night.

Day 3

After breakfast, a six-hour drive will get you to Naivasha in western Kenya's Rift Valley, where you can eat lunch at Naivasha Country Club hotel.

Relax in the afternoon by visiting Hell's Gate National Park known to be the only national park in Kenya, where you can choose to drive, walk or cycle to spice up your excursion.

A boat ride on Lake Naivasha can make your visit even better by allowing you to watch a variety of birds and hippos in the area.

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