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Three Lakes Birding.
Rift Valley- Kenya
4 Days
7 Persons
English
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Brief

Kenya is a bird watchers paradise, with over 1050-recorded bird species to be observed in their different habitats. Flamingos, pelicans and storks are in abundance on the lakes while birds of prey are widely observed widely in the North and south of the equator. The most spectacular sight is that of pink flamingos covering Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria in Kenya , home to the largest flamongo populations . It is important to note that there is a variety of bird life in Kenya; ranging from the tiny weaver birds, to the giant ostrich. Some of the tiny birds that may be spotted on the tours include; sparrows, weaver-birds, finches, pipits, sun-birds, babblers, flycatchers, shrikes, orioles and robins. These mainly live in the open grasslands. However, there are other birds that one can see in Kenya, of which include; plovers, owls, lapwings, doves, cuckoos, hornbills, ducks, barbets, woodpeckers, quail, and guinea fowl.

Tour Detail

Kenya is a bird watchers paradise, with over 1080-recorded bird species to be observed in their different habitats. Flamingos, pelicans and storks are in abundance on the lakes while birds of prey are widely observed widely in the North and south of the equator. Preserved rainforests  are ultimate areas for bird watching .One of the unforgetable 

sight is that you can spot on bird watching tours are the spectacular flocks of pink flamingos that cover the lakes of Kenya. Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria in Kenya shelter the largest bird populations .It  is important to note that there is a variety of bird life in Kenya; they range from the tiny weaver birds, to the giant ostrich. Some of the tinny birds that may be spotted on the tours include; sparrows, weaverbirds, finches, pipits, sunbirds, babblers, flycatchers, shrikes, orioles and robins. These mainly live in the open grasslands. However, there are other birds that one can se in Kenya, of which include; plovers, owls, lapwings, doves, cuckoos, hornbills, ducks, barbets, woodpeckers, quail, and guinea fowl.

4 Days 3 nights bird watching safari in-Lake Naivasha-Lake Nakuru-Lake Baringo

Day 1: Nairobi-Lake Naivasha

Pick up from your hotel 7.00am drive via the Great Rift Valley escarpment with breathtaking views of the world’s greatest land rift to papyrus fringed Lake Naivasha. Lake Naivasha boasts over 350 bird species which includes: the fish eagles, pied kingfishers, long tailed and great cormorants, black Herons, Rey-backed fiscal, yellow colored lovebird. Dinner and overnight at lake Naivasha Sopa lodge or similar

Day 2: Lake Naivasha-lake Nakuru

After breakfast depart to Nakuru and head for Lake Nakuru national park, regarded by birders as the greatest world ornithological spectacle on the Earth. The park is famous for its millions of pink flamingos. Flamingos aren’t the only bird species that will delight bird lovers. The lake has upwards of 400 other bird species which includes the Pelicans, secretary bird, heron, the hooded and Egyptian vultures, and little egret with its characteristic yellow feet. Other species that have been sighted in the park are the yellow –billed stork, the cliff chat and several migrant species from Europe and Asia.Dinner and overnight at a great lodge/hotel.

Day 3: Lake Nakuru-Lake Baringo

After breakfast, depart Lake Nakuru and drive further North to Lake Baringo,arriving mid-morning for a bird walk. Lake Baringo is a fresh water lake and it has its own share of bird life species like the white faced scopes owl, brimstone canary, Bristol crowned starling, goliath heron, little weaver, Jacksons and Hemp Rich’s Hornbill. This amazing environment draws birdwatchers from all over the world, eager to catch a glimpse of this special reality. A few years ago a record was set when an ornithologist saw over 300 bird species here in 24 hours. The species include shikra, African darter, African skimmer, Marabou storks, African fish eagles, paradise flycatchers and pale and dark phase Gabar goshawks.

Overnight at a Hotel/Lodge at the shores of the lake with a high possibility of seeing a hippo grazing at night and or a crocodile.

Day 4: Lake Baringo –Nairobi

Early morning bird watching in this amazing environment, late breakfast then depart Baringo for Nairobi arriving late in the afternoon.

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Cancellation Policy

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100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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Three Lakes Birding.
Rift Valley, Kenya
4 Days
7 Persons
English
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Brief

Kenya is a bird watchers paradise, with over 1050-recorded bird species to be observed in their different habitats. Flamingos, pelicans and storks are in abundance on the lakes while birds of prey are widely observed widely in the North and south of the equator. The most spectacular sight is that of pink flamingos covering Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria in Kenya , home to the largest flamongo populations . It is important to note that there is a variety of bird life in Kenya; ranging from the tiny weaver birds, to the giant ostrich. Some of the tiny birds that may be spotted on the tours include; sparrows, weaver-birds, finches, pipits, sun-birds, babblers, flycatchers, shrikes, orioles and robins. These mainly live in the open grasslands. However, there are other birds that one can see in Kenya, of which include; plovers, owls, lapwings, doves, cuckoos, hornbills, ducks, barbets, woodpeckers, quail, and guinea fowl.

Tour Detail

Kenya is a bird watchers paradise, with over 1080-recorded bird species to be observed in their different habitats. Flamingos, pelicans and storks are in abundance on the lakes while birds of prey are widely observed widely in the North and south of the equator. Preserved rainforests  are ultimate areas for bird watching .One of the unforgetable 

sight is that you can spot on bird watching tours are the spectacular flocks of pink flamingos that cover the lakes of Kenya. Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria in Kenya shelter the largest bird populations .It  is important to note that there is a variety of bird life in Kenya; they range from the tiny weaver birds, to the giant ostrich. Some of the tinny birds that may be spotted on the tours include; sparrows, weaverbirds, finches, pipits, sunbirds, babblers, flycatchers, shrikes, orioles and robins. These mainly live in the open grasslands. However, there are other birds that one can se in Kenya, of which include; plovers, owls, lapwings, doves, cuckoos, hornbills, ducks, barbets, woodpeckers, quail, and guinea fowl.

4 Days 3 nights bird watching safari in-Lake Naivasha-Lake Nakuru-Lake Baringo

Day 1: Nairobi-Lake Naivasha

Pick up from your hotel 7.00am drive via the Great Rift Valley escarpment with breathtaking views of the world’s greatest land rift to papyrus fringed Lake Naivasha. Lake Naivasha boasts over 350 bird species which includes: the fish eagles, pied kingfishers, long tailed and great cormorants, black Herons, Rey-backed fiscal, yellow colored lovebird. Dinner and overnight at lake Naivasha Sopa lodge or similar

Day 2: Lake Naivasha-lake Nakuru

After breakfast depart to Nakuru and head for Lake Nakuru national park, regarded by birders as the greatest world ornithological spectacle on the Earth. The park is famous for its millions of pink flamingos. Flamingos aren’t the only bird species that will delight bird lovers. The lake has upwards of 400 other bird species which includes the Pelicans, secretary bird, heron, the hooded and Egyptian vultures, and little egret with its characteristic yellow feet. Other species that have been sighted in the park are the yellow –billed stork, the cliff chat and several migrant species from Europe and Asia.Dinner and overnight at a great lodge/hotel.

Day 3: Lake Nakuru-Lake Baringo

After breakfast, depart Lake Nakuru and drive further North to Lake Baringo,arriving mid-morning for a bird walk. Lake Baringo is a fresh water lake and it has its own share of bird life species like the white faced scopes owl, brimstone canary, Bristol crowned starling, goliath heron, little weaver, Jacksons and Hemp Rich’s Hornbill. This amazing environment draws birdwatchers from all over the world, eager to catch a glimpse of this special reality. A few years ago a record was set when an ornithologist saw over 300 bird species here in 24 hours. The species include shikra, African darter, African skimmer, Marabou storks, African fish eagles, paradise flycatchers and pale and dark phase Gabar goshawks.

Overnight at a Hotel/Lodge at the shores of the lake with a high possibility of seeing a hippo grazing at night and or a crocodile.

Day 4: Lake Baringo –Nairobi

Early morning bird watching in this amazing environment, late breakfast then depart Baringo for Nairobi arriving late in the afternoon.

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Cancellation Policy

100% refund if cancel 7 days before tour starts.

80% refund if cancel within 6 days before tour starts.

50% refund if cancel within 5 days before tour starts.

NO refund if cancel within 3 days before tour starts.

You will be refunded for all costs EXCEPT Processing Fees.

Guests can get full refunds at any time of cancellation prior to the actual date of the tour if that cancellation is due to a Force Major reason. Force Major reasons include but are not limited to war, civil insurrection, strikes, volcanoes, extreme weather, earthquake, and natural disasters.

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