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We start with a journey through the Great Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha and the prolific Masai Mara for an exceptional two days of game viewing. Our next stop is Lake Nakuru NP, home to an incredible ...

We start with a journey through the Great Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha and the prolific Masai Mara for an exceptional two days of game viewing. Our next stop is Lake Nakuru NP, home to an incredible variety of birds and wildlife including the endangered White and Black rhinos, elusive leopard and in season, a million flamingos. Crossing into Uganda, we have a free day at Jinja where there is the option of an exhilarating day’s rafting on the Nile, followed by a guided nature walk at Lake Mburo N.P. the next day. Finally we head into Rwanda for the highlight of the trip – the opportunity to see the gorillas. This close-up encounter is arguably the most sensational wildlife experience of them all and is a wonderful end to a remarkable trip.


Make a Reservation For Inquiries here about this safari
Website: www.eyesonnatureexpeditions.com
EMAIL: info@eyesonnatureexpeditions.com
Read more testimonial about us here
http://www.beouthere.com/travelreviews/view_travel_operators_review.php?toid=18249&rpa=5

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    • Gorilla excursion tours to Uganda and RwandaWe start with a journey through the Great Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha and the prolificMasai Mara for an exceptional two days of game viewing. Our next stop is Lake NakuruNP, home to an incredible variety of birds and wildlife including the endangered Whiteand Black rhinos, elusive leopard and in season, a million flamingos. Crossing intoUganda, we have a free day at Jinja where there is the option of an exhilarating day’srafting on the Nile, followed by a guided nature walk at Lake Mburo N.P. the next day.Finally we head into Rwanda for the highlight of the trip – the opportunity to see thegorillas. This close-up encounter is arguably the most sensational wildlife experience ofthem all and is a wonderful end to a remarkable trip.Day-by-day itineraryDay 1: Arrive Nairobi; transfer to Lake Naivasha; visit Elsamere, former home of JoyAdamson.Day 2: Into 4WD vehicles for drive to Masai Mara; late afternoon game drive.Day 3: Full day in the Masai Mara.Day 4: Early morning game drive; drive to Kembu Farm.Day 5: To Lake Nakuru N.P.; afternoon game drive; camp in park.Day 6: Morning game drive; to Naiberi River camp near Eldoret.Day 7: To Jinja, Uganda.Day 8: Optional day’s rafting, bungy jumping, quad biking, visit Bujagali Falls or walksaround local villages.Day 9: To Lake Mburo N.P.; guided afternoon nature/bird walk; camp in park.
    • Day 10-11: To Lake Bunyoni; at leisure with excellent birdlife and good scenery.Day 12: To Ruhergeri, Rwanda.Day 13: Visit to see the gorillas in Parc National des Volcans in Rwanda.Day 14: To Kigali; afternoon free for shopping, to visit the Genocide Museum and toexplore this small and attractive city.Day 15: Evening flight via Nairobi.Cost per person $ 4,500The package includes:1. Accommodation as detailed in the itinerary.2. All meals as provided in the itinerary.3. Transportation in a chauffeur driven minivan with pop-up roof for easy game viewing& photography.4. Services of an English speaking tour/guide driver5. Game viewing drives and parks entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary.6. All Government taxes and levies.7. Mineral water during game drives only8. All arrival and departure transfers9. 24 hours stand-by contact number10. Guaranteed window seat in the minivan11. Two-way long range high frequency radio communication in each minivan12. On safari accessories in the minivan: – First-aid kit, wildlife books,binoculars, coolbox and fire extinguisher13.Transfers14.2 nights in Nairobi15.Air transfer one way Arusha to Zanzibar
    • 16.HB accomodation at Zanzibar Serena INN and Blue bay beach hotel17.One way flight Zanzibar Nairobi All transfersNot included:1. international airfares and departure taxes.2. All items of personal nature such as telephone calls, fax, email etc.3. Tips and gratuities to hotel, lodges, camp staff and driver-guide(s)4. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.5. Laundry services6. International Airfares are not included in the priceMake a Reservation For Inquiries here about this safariWebsite: www.eyesonnatureexpeditions.comEMAIL: info@eyesonnatureexpeditions.comRead more testimonial about us hereGORILLA WATCHING HOLIDAYSA trek to the mountain gorillas is the greatest wildlife encounter according to DavidAttenbrough and who are we to argue with the great maestro himself. Gorilla trekking ataltitude to the sanctuary of the primary Rwandan Parc du Volcan rainforest in search ofthe mountain gorillas is as exciting and exhilarating as it is rewarding. Anyone visiting isby definition ensuring the survival of these magnificent creatures. A gorilla trek isultimate wildlife experience in this or any other continent, most people who have made avisit to the gorillas rate it as their most memorable holiday.
    • Code of Conduct for visiting the Wild Mountain Gorillas1. Minimum distance you should get from any gorilla group should be 7m. This is toprevent the transmission of airborne diseases that can travel considerable distances.2. No visit should be longer than one hour from first sighting of the animals. The longerthe viewing time the greater the exposure to human diseases.3. We recommend that you should not take food with you on a visit to the gorillas. If foodis taken then it should be eaten a minimum of 5 minutes walk from the gorilla group andall remains must be removed from the park. There are two main reasons for this. Firstly,to prevent the attraction to, and conditioning by human food, secondly disease fromhumans can live on these food remains.4. You should go to the toilet before commencing the visit to the gorillas. If you have togo to the toilet then you should dig a hole of at least 0.5 m (2ft) and treat the faeces withantiseptic solution before filling the hole. This is to avoid the contamination of thegorillas by human germs. Gorillas are known to eat faeces and soil hence theseprecautions.5. Please remove all your litter. Absolutely nothing must be left including biodegradablelitter. This is to preserve the ecology of the park and to avoid the spread of diseases.6. If you are sick you should not visit the gorillas. This is to prevent exposing the gorillasto human diseases that they may not have any resistance to.Join Eyes on nature expeditions for a gorilla trek this year. EYES ON NATURE EXPEDITIONS COMMERCE HOUSE 3RD FLOOR, SUITE 311, MOI AVENUE, NAIROBI. P.O. BOX 79456-00200 NAIROBI, KENYA TELE FAX: +254-20-2229781, Cellphone: +254-722-761587, +254-734-939308 Website: www.eyesonnatureexpeditions.com EMAIL: info@eyesonnatureexpeditions.comhttp://www.beouthere.com/travelreviews/view_travel_operators_review.php?toid=18249&rpa=5