Guided by Jim Heck
10 February, 2022$390
You can jump right into the Kenya Safari and Tanzania Great Migration Safari . . . . but for those who would rather shake a bit of jet-lag first, there’s no finer place than The Hemingway’s in Nairobi’s southern suburb of Karen. Jim will be there to take you to some of the area’s attractions.
The Nairobi Extra Day is a pretour to the Kenya Safari and the Tanzania Great Migration Safari.reserve now
|Price||Single Supplement||under 12||12-16||local air|
The prices include:
** Jim Heck guiding the safari from start to finish;
** Meals as detailed in brackets following each day's description below;
** All park entrance fees, VAT and other government taxes;
** Comprehensive pre-trip material.
Additional expenses not included:
- Meals not included;
- Some beverages;
- All international, regional and local scheduled flights;
- Requisite visas and other travel preparations like inoculations;
- Tipping (Jim Heck does not accept tips).
Whenever you arrive you'll be personally met and privately transferred into the posh suburb of Karen to the Hemingway's Resort. The boutique hotel is a colonial-style property, beautiful and flooded with natural light, and each room has a private balcony overlooking the iconic silhouette of the Ngong Hills. The Hemingways Nairobi takes pride in their personalized butler services and elevated luxury, and is constantly rated as one of the best hotels in Kenya. Overnight at the Hemingways Nairobi.[no-meals]
Today Jim guides you to several of Nairobi's attractions including the National Museum, the old Stanley Colonial Bar, the Karen Blixen Museum and the popular Giraffe Centre. You'll be able to see much of the city on this Friday devoid of its incredible traffic and gain a solid background of Kenya's history and emergence into the modern era. Some free time at lunch in one of the city's popular, spiffy new malls. Overnight at the Hemingways Nairobi.
Tomorrow morning you begin the Kenya Safari.[b]