Kenya is endowed with some of the best golf courses in Africa, second to South Africa with 40 premiere golf courses.
What to Expect
On arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you'll be picked up and transfered to the Windsor Golf and Country Club just at the outskirts of the city for rest. Dinner and overnight. The Windsor Golf and Country Club is located 15 kilometers from the CBD. The club’s surroundings are green and lush. Bordered by coffee plantations and a forest the environment is cool and quiet, the ideal starting point for your tour. The golf club has a word class 18 hole course set to international standards.
Breakfast at the Windsor Golf and Country Club. Head off to your first golf session. The club hosts one of the best golf courses in Africa with a championship design. Course length is 7,277 yards set out through tree plantations and a coffee estate with high and low terrain making it a great challenge. The course caters for all levels of experience from beginners to professional players of the elegant game.
Have breakfast before heading out across the Great Rift Valley to Lake Naivasha arriving for lunch at the Great Rift Valley Lodge. The Lodge is located high above Lake Naivasha and has a sweeping view of the Great Rift Valley. The 18 hole course is sculptured around the lodge. All golf holes are well bunkered, and there are five water features on the course. There are resident wild animals that call the fairway home and are given the right of way when playing a round of golf which you will play after a sumptuous buffet lunch. Dinner and overnight at the Great Rift Valley Lodge.
Have a late breakfast and enjoy the morning at leisure. Proceed to Karen Country Club, which is located in the famous Ngong Hills and is an admirably maintained course with strong traditions and high standards. It is considered by some to be one of the most attractive courses due to its abundance of flowers and trees. Karen Country Club is one of the top eighteen-hole courses and has hosted the Kenya Open several times. After playing the Karen Course, have dinner at the world famous Carnivore Restaurant, where all sorts of meat items (including game meat) are served in traditional barbeque stakes. Overnight at Sarova Stanley.
Do an early game drive on Nairobi National park, the only park within a city in the world. After this proceed to David shedric Wildlife Trust.Later on visit the giraffe center. Have lunch at Sarova. Freshen up then in the evening and head to the airport for your home flight
- Accommodation as per itinerary
- National Park fees
- Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
- Professional guide
- Hotel/port pick-up and drop off
- Small group tour
- Transport by air-conditioned minivan
What's Not Included
- Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
- Gratuities (recommended)
- Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
Know Before You Go
• Carry light clothes and shoes
• Carry cameras and binoculars
• Personal essentials