GOLF SAFARI 2018
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|Nature Expeditions Africa, LTD|
|Offer valid through 9/30/2018|
On arrival at JKIA, you are met by a Nature Expeditions representative and transferred to Windsor Golf & Country Club. Lunch on own arrangements. Afternoon play golf at the club. Dinner on own arrangements. Overnight at WINDSOR GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB (bed & breakfast)
Windsor Golf Club
Located on the outskirts of the city centre, about 14 Kms away, is the Windsor Golf and Country Club. It's most famous for its 18 hole golf course set in international standards. One of the most lavish hotels in Kenya beckons the city visitor to its country locale and Victorian decor by offering standards of excellence and quality of service to go with it. The Windsor offers a range of services, from accommodation, fine dining, conference and banqueting facilities to sports and recreational activities. The Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club sets an entirely new standard for resort hotels in Kenya, is unbeatable for a golfing holiday, makes an ideal base for a Kenyan safari and is a top class venue for conferences, seminars or conventions.
After breakfast, leave for Sigona Golf Club. Spend the whole morning playing golf. After lunch drive back to your hotel and spend the rest of the day at leisure. Dinner on own arrangements. Overnight at WINDSOR GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB (bed & breakfast).
Sigona Golf Club
The very lovely Sigona Golf Club is about a fifteen-to twenty-minute drive northwest of Nairobi heading towards Lake Naivasha, sitting almost halfway between Nairobi and Limuru. The Club has a beautiful eighteen-hole country-style golf course which has become very popular with residents and visitors. It has a fine reputation for having some of the most beautiful fairways in Kenya. Sitting near the Rift Valley at an altitude of 6,600 feet (2200m), Sigona receives more than average rainfall. The Kikuyu grass keeps the course looking lush and verdant year round. The green keeper tells: "any player can use almost any golf club, from his driver to his sand wedge, off these fairways". The course is very hilly and most of the eighteen tees are elevated. It is one course which will definitely test your golf skills along with your physical conditioning. Sigona provides a tough but very pleasant 18 holes of golf.
Breakfast at the hotel and depart for another golf filled day at the Karen Golf and Country Club. Drive past the Nairobi National Park and proceed to Karen area. Considered by some to be one of the prettiest courses in Kenya because of its profusion of flowering trees and bushes, Karen Golf and Country Club should never be missed out. It is certainly one of the top 18-hole championship courses in the city (Yardage 6893 Par 72-18 holes.) You will most definitely enjoy your golfing here, and will remain with fond recollections. Have lunch at the Karen Golf and Country Club, and then visit the museum of Karen Blixen, the author of Out Of Africa before returning to the Windsor Golf and Country Club. Dinner on own arrangements. Overnight at WINDSOR GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB (bed & breakfast).
Karen Golf & Country Club
Home of the Kenya Open 2004 and 2005. Considered by some to be one of the prettiest courses in Kenya because of its profusion of flowering trees and bushes, Karen Country Club is a must play. It is certainly one of the top 18-hole championship courses in the country. The course is next to the house of Karen Blixen - the author of "Out of Africa" and situated in the colonial suburb of Karen. Karen Country Club is a delightful course to play. You will most likely think back on your round of golf here, with fond recollections.
|Day 4||Aberdares||Nairobi/ Aberdares|
After an early breakfast at the Club, depart for the drive to Nyeri and on arrival, proceed to the Nyeri Golf and Country Club for Golf and lunch. Later drive to the Outspan Hotel. Dinner and overnight at THE OUTSPAN HOTEL (full board)
Nyeri Sports Club
Nyeri Sports Club is the second oldest course in the country, founded in 1910. This 9-hole course is laid out in a superb setting and offers exquisite scenery. While standing on the tee of the 6th, Mt Kenya can be seen looming above the green giving a breathtaking view of nature in all its glory. The greens are well bunkered with both sand and grass traps. The roughs are the highest you will find anywhere as the layout skirts around a thick forest of very tall evergreens. Add to this mixture a stream and a valley, and you have the recipe for a difficult game of golf. Nyeri's golf course is very pretty indeed and highly recommended for play for the ardent and the family golfer.
|Day 5||Mount Kenya||Aberdares/ Mount Kenya|
After breakfast drive to Nanyuki arriving to a buffet lunch at the famous Mount Kenya Safari Club, founded by the late film star William Holden. The afternoon is spent playing golf at this prestigious club, which sits on the Equator facing Kenya's highest mountain, snow-capped Mount Kenya. This is the only golf course where you can actually play golf in the north and south hemispheres at the same time. Dinner and overnight at MOUNT KENYA SAFARI CLUB (full board)
Mount Kenya Safari Club
Mount Kenya Safari Club is an experience that the visitor must include in his or her itinerary. Nowhere in the world do you come face to face with one of nature's greatest anomalies - a snowcapped mountain lying on the equator! This exclusive rich man's retreat opened in 1959. Despite the fact that this is a 9 hole pitch and putt, composed entirely of par 3 holes, it is absolutely brutal. While the course is laid out on one of the most beautiful and serene settings in Africa, you have to be very accurate. The water hazards are many and coupling with the splendid views of Mount Kenya from virtually every hole on the course with the variety of flowers and birds decorating it, the golfer is sure to leave Mt. Kenya with lasting memories. Play on North and Southern hemisphere at the same time.
|Day 6||Naivasha||Mount Kenya/ Nakuru/ Naivasha|
After breakfast morning drive via Thompsons Falls down the floor of the Great Rift Valley escarpment to Lake Nakuru National Park, a protected game sanctuary for endangered species such as the Black/ White rhino, Rothschild Giraffe among other usual game such as the leopard and Lion. The park is world-renowned for its millions of pink Flamingoes found around the lake. Picnic lunch is served in the Park. Afternoon game drive. Thereafter proceed to the rift valley lodge arriving there in the early evening. Dinner and overnight at GREAT RIFT VALLEY LODGE (half board)
Lake Nakuru National Park
Breakfast at this serene lodge and then enjoy a round of golf at the Green Park. Lunch at the lodge. The rest of the afternoon will be spent with another round of golf or leisure to enjoy the many optional activities offered by the lodge (at an extra cost), example, the Eburru forest, boat trip on L. Naivasha, or visit to the crescent island. Dinner and overnight at GREAT RIFT VALLEY LODGE (full board).
Rift Valley Golf Club
The yardage is 6580 (6017 M) par 71-18 holes. Although still taking root, the course looks set to earn major international kudos for its spectacular setting and challenging character.The first player to break the 71 par here, the Irish professional David Jones, described it as the best young course he has ever played on. This Thomas Fjaasd designed course is a pleasure to play for the golfing tourist. Stunning views and lush greens will make your round of golf a special one
|Day 8||Maasai Mara||Naivasha/ Maasai Mara|
After breakfast, morning drive to the Rift Valley escarpment to Maasai Mara Game Reserve arriving in time for lunch at Mara Serena Lodge. Afternoon game viewing drive until sunset. Dinner and overnight at MARA SERENA LODGE (full board)
Maasai Mara Game Reserve
|Day 9||Maasai Mara||Maasai Mara|
Spend a further day in Mara. During your full day game drives, you have the opportunity to explore this great reserve in depth. You may see elephant, giraffe, prides of lion, and thousands of impala, topi, grants and Thomson's gazelle. The Mara is the scene of annual migration of millions of wildebeest up from the Serengeti plains in search of water and grasses. All meals and overnight at MARA SERENA LODGE (full board).
|Day 10||Nairobi||Maasai Mara/ Nairobi/ Depart|
After breakfast depart for the drive to Nairobi arriving in time for a farewell lunch at the Carnivore Restaurant. Afternoon transfer to JKIA for your home bound flight.
Supplement use of land cruiser US$ 365 per person
PP: Per person sharing including transport
S.R.S: Single Room Supplement
***Extra vehicle to carry golf bags @ US$1,925
Windsor Golf & Country Club:
Green fees @ US$ 85
Caddy fees @ US$ 30
Sigona Golf & Country Club:
Green fees @ US$ 75
Caddy fees @ US$ 30
Karen Golf & Country Club:
Green fees @ US$ 80
Caddy fees @ US$ 30
Nyeri Golf & Country Club:
Green fees @ US$ 55
Caddy fees @ US$ 30
Great Rift Valley Golf & Country Club:
Green fees @ US$ 40
Caddy fees @ US$ 30
Tour Members are requested to bring their own golf equipment, but are advised to limit the
weight. Equipment can also be hired from local clubs at reasonable rates, but this must be
reserved at least three weeks in advance.
Our net costs in US$
Please refer to ("Cost Includes & Excludes"):
Above costs include:Accommodation and meals as stipulated in the itinerary. Transport in a chauffeur driven 6-seater minivan with pop-up roof for easy gameviewing & photography. Services of an English-speaking driver-guide. All Government taxes and levies. Free safari hat. Free mineral water during game drives only. All meet and greet services. All arrival and departure transfers. 24 hours stand-by contact number. Guaranteed window seat in the minivan (unless specified by agent). Two-way long-range high frequency radio communication in each minivan. On safari accessories in the minivan: - First-aid kit, wildlife books, beanbags for easyphotography, and a pair of binoculars, cool box and fire extinguisher.
Above costs exclude:Visa fees and travel insurance. All items of personal nature e.g. telephone call bills, fax/email bills etc. Tips and gratuities to hotel, lodges, camp staff and driver- guide(s). Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Holiday supplements over Easter, Christmas and New Year. Any local or international flight and departure taxes. Laundry services. Any other item(s) not included in our itinerary.