Weekend Safari – Lake Magadi and Lake Natron

NatronLake Magadi and Lake Natron
July 26-28, 2013

Escape the cold in Nairobi. Visit these two surreal soda lakes in the Rift Valley. The lakes are famous for birdlife, including flamingoes. There is also some game. The area has very dramatic landscapes and is hot and dry. Lake Natron is famous for its mirages and views of the volcano Ole Lengai.
We shall stay at the charming Losiijo Camp. Set along the Ewaso Nyiro river, it is shaded under giant fig trees. It is set in a conservancy area, run by the Maasai. The conservancy has some game and prolific birdlife.
Programme
Friday- Depart from Nairobi early. We shall go across the causeway on Lake Magadi and have a picnic beside the shores of the lake. We then head towards Ngurumann Escarrpment and finally to our camp. Afternoon walk in the area. Dinner.
Saturday- After breakfast drive through amazing landscapes to Lake Natron on the Tanzanian border. Dramatic views of the volcano Ole Lengai. Picnic at Lake Natron. Return to camp late afternoon. Dinner.
Sunday- Early morning game drive. Depart for Nairobi after breakfast. There will be a choice of returning direct to Nairobi or doing a round of Lake Magadi. Picnic lunch at the Museum pre-historic site at Olorgesaille.
Included- Accommodation, 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts and picnic lunch on Sunday.
Not included- Picnic lunch for Friday and Saturday, transport and community conservancy charge. They charge 700ksh per day.
Only 8 places.
Cost- 11,350 per person sharing.
Book and pay now to avoid disappointment.

Contact:
0724 255 299, 2339158 or
info@kenyamuseumsociety.org
narinder.heyer@gmail.com

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