East Africa – The Call Of The Wild


Package Code : IP008

Package Name : East Africa – The Call Of The Wild

Package Days : 8 Days / 7 Nights

Tour Itinerary : Delhi - Kenya - Tanzania - Delhi


Kenya and Tanzania the two prominent countries on the Eastern Coast of the African continent. Abounding in game reserves and wild life sanctuaries one can experience here nature at its pristine and primal best. The cities are modern with leftovers of colonial architecture taking take you back to the British era.

Shaped by global plate tectonic forces that have created the East African Rift, East Africa is the site of Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, the two tallest peaks in Africa. It also includes the world's second largest freshwater lake, Lake Victoria, and the world's second deepest lake, Lake Tanganyika. Africa is bursting with enticing sights and enriching experiences. You can meet proud warriors, enthusiastic children, welcoming villagers and hardworking crop growers – the faces of modern-day Africa. Encounter cunning predators and majestic mammals while on safari, graceful birds while camping near shimmering lakes and colourful fish off the balmy coast and you are likely to encounter the big five -elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and black rhinoceros.


* This is a sample itinerary. We will custom make the trip as per your requirement.


Travel Plan


New Delhi – Nairobi

Departure from Delhi International Airport. Arrive at Nairobi Airport.

Admire the beauty of the city. Rest and relax for a while in the hotel.

Evening is free for leisure stroll around the city. Get to know this modern city with its colorful markets and atmospheric bars and dine at the restaurant of your liking. You can easily find supermarket, local food restaurants near your hotel.

Comfortable Overnight stay at the hotel.



After a mouthwatering breakfast at the hotel leave for Lake Nakuru

Pitch tents alongside glistening Lake Nakuru then head out on an afternoon game drive. Fringed by acacia trees, Nakuru Lake is transformed into a shimmering pink haze as hundreds of flamingos descend upon it.

Keep an eye out for other wildlife - the savanna area also boasts a wide variety of animals including giraffes and lions.

After this amazing site leave for lake Naivasha

Encounter friendly locals on a village visit before reaching Lake Naivasha - a birdwatcher's paradise with floating islands of papyrus reeds. Camp by the lake and explore this beautiful area independently.

Option of staying at Lake Naivasha Country Club can also be provided.


Maasai Country

After breakfast travel across the Great Rift Valley floor to Loita Hills, right in the heart of Maasai country.

Gel up with these friendly, semi-nomadic tribes and learn about their ancient culture from a local elder.

Help the Maasai milk their cattle before tackling the world-renowned Masai Mara National Reserve.

Masai Mara National Reserve: a huge area of woodlands and open plains backed by the striking Esoit Oloololo Escarpment. Safaris through the park might reveal prides of lions, herds of elephants and perhaps even a stealthy cheetah. In the rainy season, this area is flooded by over a million wildebeest on their annual migration.


Nairobi - Tanzania

In the morning hit the road and Travel through Maasai farmlands on the journey back to the urban jungle of Nairobi.

Reach the airport and board a flight for Tanzania to the city of Arusha, nestled in the shadow of Mt Meru

Have a look at the vivacity of the city and its people.

Stay overnight in a hotel in Arusha.



After having breakfast at the hotel, leave for a beautiful village some 120 km away from Arusha called Mto WA Mbu.

Mto WA Mbu originally means "Mosquito River".

Maasai being the original inhabitants of the area. Mto Wa Mbu flourishes in the presence of three great rivers namely, Kirurumu River, Mahamoud River and Magadini River

Admire crafts, colorful fabrics and carvings at a market before journeying to Karatu - the gateway to the Serengeti.

Explore the savanna of the Serengeti Plain and go on safari in search of Serengeti's creatures - including the Big Five - before camping deep in the bush within earshot of animal calls. For a real treat, take an optional sunrise balloon ride over the plains.



Leave the Camp after morning meal for another adventurous day.

Descend into the giant volcanic crater, Ngorongoro, to search for its abundant wildlife. Home to some 30,000 animals, including lions and the endangered black rhino, the Ngorongoro crater floor offers excellent game viewing all year round

Explore the areas flora and fauna

Reach Marangu village and stay here overnight.


Usambara Mountains

Take a walking tour of Mshiri village which is close to village Marangu and get firsthand insight into the daily lives of the Chagga people.

Sample a typical Chagga meal before heading well off the beaten track to the Usambara Mountains.

They are a mountain range of northeastern Tanzania. The range is one of the world's Biodiversity hotspots

Relax on these lush, green slopes overlooking the vast Masai Steppe. This is the ideal base for optional hikes and guided walks.

Overnight stay in Usambara Mountains Lodge.


Dar Es Salaam

After a wholesome breakfast leave to catch a flight for Dar es Salaam.

Dar es Salaam (literally "The residence of peace"), is Tanzania's largest and richest city, in eastern Africa, and is a regionally important economic centre.

It is Tanzania's most prominent city in arts, fashion, media, music, film and television.

It is Tanzania's leading financial center with the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) being the country's first and most important stock exchange market.

After spending the day in this beautiful city, catch a flight for Delhi from Tanzania.

Places of Attraction