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7 Day Swift Adventure

Kenya (Lewa – Masai Mara)


From Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be taken by scheduled flight to the luxurious tented Lewa Safari Camp, an intimate camp in an exceptional location. It is one of only four permanent places to stay in on the Lewa Conservancy and it is the only one that is owned by the conservancy itself. Therefore profits are ploughed back into conservation and the surrounding communities. After that, it’s on to Kenya’s rightly famous Masai Mara. Staying at the exclusive Elephant Pepper Camp, there will be ample opportunities for seeing Kenya’s magnificent wildlife during game drives through the Mara’s open countryside. And if you are lucky, you will get to see the Big Five!


3 nights in Lewa Safari Camp
3 nights in Elephant Pepper Camp
7 day/6 night flying safari

Days 1 to 3 – Lewa Safari Camp
On arrival into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport you will be met by an Adams and Butler representative who will transfer you to Wilson Airport. You will connect with the 10h20 Safarilink scheduled flight to Lewa. On arrival, you will be met at the airstrip and transferred to Lewa Safari Camp.  Accommodation is booked for 3 nights on a full board basis.
Lewa Safari Camp has a stunning location within Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, with outstanding game viewing and spectacular views of Mt. Kenya. The camp has exquisite gardens with a large sunny verandah and swimming pool to enjoy during the day, and cosy log fires for more chilly evenings. Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is home to about ten percent of Kenya’s black rhino population and the largest population of Grevy’s zebra in the world. Lewa re-invests all the profits generated from tourism (including profits from Lewa Safari Camp) into its core programmes. By visiting Lewa, you help thousands of people from different cultures improve their lives, and give their children a future, at the same time as ensuring Africa’s wildlife has a stable home.

Days 4 to 6 – Fly to Masai Mara, Elephant Pepper Camp
After breakfast you will be transferred to the airstrip for the 09h35 Safarilink scheduled flight to the Masai Mara. On arrival you will be met by a representative from Elephant Pepper Camp who will transfer you to the camp with game viewing en route. Accommodation is booked for 3 nights on a full board basis.
Elephant Pepper Camp is a small and exclusive safari camp, situated in the heart of the Masai Mara’s protected Mara North Conservancy. The camp looks out across the Mara’s vast open savannah plains. Our spacious canvas tents are comfortably furnished, featuring solar lighting, and en suite bathrooms with eco-friendly flush toilets and traditional safari showers. Elephant Pepper Camp brings people back to nature – no traffic, no permanent structures, just the sights and sounds of the African bush.

Day 7 - Departure
After a last game drive in the Masai Mara, at 10:00 you will be transferred to the airstrip for the 11:00 Safarilink scheduled flight back to Nairobi. Arriving at 12:15, an Adams and Butler representative will meet and transfer you to your Nairobi hotel or to the international airport for your onward journey.


Kenya is in East Africa and has borders with Somalia, Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania. It also has a coastline on the Indian Ocean.


One of the top draws for visitors is Kenya’s annual Wildebeest Migration. Nowhere in the world is there a movement of animals as immense as the wildebeest migration, when over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July through to October. However, Kenya is known throughout the world for its huge variety of wildlife and one of the best countries in Africa to see the Big 5 - lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and Cape buffalo.

Nairobi National Park is one of the most successful of Kenya’s rhino sanctuaries and as a consequence is one of the few parks, where a visitor can be certain of seeing a black rhino in its natural habitat.

Samburu National Reserve is one of the lesser-known national parks but the reserve is rich in wildlife with an abundance of rare species such as the Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk and the beisa oryx (also referred to as the Samburu Special Five). The reserve is also home elephants, lion, leopard and cheetah. Wild dog sightings are

For elephant lovers, the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, located near Nairobi National Park, is a must-visit. This orphanage for elephant calves and rhinos from all over Kenya was founded and is still managed by Daphne Sheldrick, the widow of one of Kenya’s best-known Game Wardens David Sheldrick. David Sheldrick was at the centre of the 1970’s ivory poaching wars in Tsavo National Park and today, the Sheldrick Orphanage is a focal point for elephant conservation.


Private luxury camps and game reserves

Useful Info

Capital: Nairobi

Time: Kenya is three hours ahead of GMT and eight hours ahead of EST.

Currency: The Kenyan Shilling is the currency of Kenya.

Health: You must be vaccinated against Yellow Fever if you are coming from a high-risk area. However, even if you are not, it is advisable to get the jab as you can catch Yellow Fever in Kenya. Vaccinations against tetanus, diphtheria, typhus, poliomyelitis, hepatitis A and B are also suggested. Also take tablets to guard against Malaria.

Water: Bottled water is the only guaranteed safe drinking water but make sure to buy it from reputable outlets.  Avoid drinking water straight from the taps.

Climate: Kenya's daytime temperatures average between 20°C/68°F and 28°C/82°F. The coast is tropical and therefore hot and humid all year round, but the heat is pleasant and tempered by the monsoon winds. Kenya is too close to the equator to experience a real winter and summer.

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