At the end of the journey through Maasailand, the group will return to Nairobi before heading home.

The journey from the Mara to Nairobi normally takes most of the day particularly as we often start the day with a final game drive before having a late breakfast prior to departure. After leaving the Mara we usually get to Narok in time for lunch at the café by the garage, on the outskirts of the town, just before crossing the river. From here it takes another two and a bit hours to reach Nairobi depending on the traffic.

In Nairobi we generally stay at Wildebeest Camp. Friendly, homelike hospitality is what has made Wildebeest Camp Nairobi's best accommodation choice for budget and mid-range travellers. Close to Langata Road, Wildebeest Camp is a peaceful oasis away from the hustle and bustle of cosmopolitan Nairobi. When sitting in the quiet, mature gardens with a cafetiere of coffee or a cold drink, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

The beautifully-appointed rooms and deluxe safari tents are a welcome place to stay after a safari. Only a few miles from the city centre, the group will be able to enjoy peaceful tropical gardens, which are home to hundreds of varieties of plants and birds, or visit the nearby shops, and markets.

Wildebeest Camp has lots of different accommodation options - so there is something to suit everyone’s budget. It is popular with backbackers, with low cost accommodation available in the dorm or in small tents in the garden. In addition there is a range of other accommodation options to suit all budgets and tastes which also makes it a very popular base for people who are working for NGOs in rural areas when they visit the city. This mix of people means the dinner table conversation is always lively and interesting.