Kenya Adventurous Tour (Luxury)

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Price Include : , 12 Sightseeing, All Meals, Airport Transfers, Intercity Transfers, Guided Tours, Visa, Cruise, Travel Insurance
Day 1

DELHI - NAIROBI

Board your flight to Delhi to Nairobi. On arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, you will be meet and greet by our representative and given a short safari briefing before being transferred from Nairobi airport to Hotel . After check in, you will have plenty of time to go through the material in your welcome pack and look forward to the journey ahead. Comfortably stay overnight at the Nairobi hotel.

Day 2

NAIROBI - ABERDARES NATIONAL PARK (B & L & D)

After breakfast, you will check out and meet your driver guide who will transfer you to Aberdare National Park. On arrival, you will be enjoying Game Reserve in Aberdare National park. Comfortably stay overnight at the Hotel

SIGHTSEEING : Game Reserve

Aberdare National Park is located about 150km (93 miles) east of Nairobi, and is easily accessible from Nyeri and Naro Moru. The Park is 87 km (54 miles) from Naivasha. Most tourists travel by road with a tour operator. The beautiful mountain scenery is one of the highlights of a visit to this National Park. The park has several picturesque waterfalls. Rare animals - Black Serval, Black Leopard (seldom seen) and the Eastern Bongo (a huge forest Antelope). Watching animals come to the waterhole at the famous Treetops LodgeTrout fishingHikingWhat to do in the Aberdare National Park - Game drives and mountain hikes, photographic and birding safaris.  THE EXPERIENCEThe experience in Aberdare National Park is unlike anywhere else in Kenya. The Park is most famous as the place where Princess Elizabeth found out that she was Queen upon the death of her father at Treetops Lodge. Since then this lodge has been popular with tourists on safari to KenyaHalf the thrill of game viewing in this park is an Elephant or Buffalo suddenly appearing out of the thick rainforest vegetation. One of the best places to see the local denizens is at one of the waterholes by the lodge. The Park has several high mountain peaks, deep ravines with icy mountain streams and many beautiful waterfalls with a moorland plateau. You can explore the park while on game drives and trek up the high peaks and take in the spectacular scenery.The thick rain forest gives way to bamboo forest and interesting alpine vegetation the higher you travel up the mountain peaks within the park. The forest is home to populations of forest Elephants, Buffalo, Lion and several species of antelope such as Waterbuck, Duiker, the rare Suni and Bushbuck. If you are very lucky you might catch a glimpse of Kenya's rarest antelope, the Bongo. The Park is also home to a healthy population of Black Rhino.Serval and Leopard also occur some of which have a rare black coat. There are many species of primates, including Black and White Colobus and Sykes and Vervet Monkey's.

Day 3

OL PAJETA SWEET WATER (B & L & D)

After your breakfast you will be transferred to Ol Pajeta Sanctuary. On arrival, enjoy a plethora of experiences and activities during your visit to Sweetwaters Serena Camp. Our unmatched location within the Ol Pejeta Conservancy enables you to take part in everything from game drives and lion tracking to scenic bird walks along the river. Comfortably stay overnight at Sweet Water Serena Camp.

SIGHTSEEING : Chimpanzee Sanctuary

The chimpanzees’ natural home range spans from Senegal on the West African coast, through the central forested belt of Africa, to Uganda. They are not native to Kenya, but when a rescue centre in Burundi had to be closed due to the civil war outbreak in 1993 – Ol Pejeta opened its doors.The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary was established with an agreement between the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) and the Jane Goodall Institute. The aim – to provide lifelong refuge to orphaned and abused chimpanzees from West and Central Africa. Over the last decade, Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary has been compelled to keep accepting chimpanzees rescued from traumatic situations - bringing the total number of chimpanzees in the Sanctuary to 37. Many are confiscated from cramped and unnatural living conditions, and many arrive with horrific injuries sustained from abuse at the hands of humans. Here at Sweetwaters, they get a chance to start over.Sweetwaters ChimpanzeesWith 24-hour veterinary support and a stimulating quarantine enclosure, chimpanzees arriving at the Sanctuary are carefully nursed back to health. When they are ready, they are introduced into one of the two large groups at the Sanctuary, who live in vast natural enclosures separated by the Ewaso Nyiro River. The chimps have set feeding times, and return to their indoor enclosures at night – but other than that they spend their days exploring, climbing, socialising, and learning to be chimpanzees all over again.Sweetwaters is a chartered member of the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance (PASA), an alliance of 18 sanctuaries in 12 African countries currently caring for over 800 orphaned and/or confiscated chimpanzees. PASA’s role is to help conserve chimpanzees and other primates and their habitats through public education and lobbying for political goodwill.

SIGHTSEEING : Guided Bush Walk

Ol Pejeta Bush & Bird Walks are back!You can now book your guided Bush and/or Bird walks, available daily from 6:30AM-8: 30 AM and 3:30PM-5:30PM. These activities are available with effect from 11th September 2019.The rangers on Ol Pejeta know the 90,000 acres like the backs of their hands. They are out all day every day and know the routes, the best places to see wildlife, and a lot of fascinating information about the different species.

SIGHTSEEING : Lion Tracking

Did you know that you could guess how old a lion is by the colour of its nose? Feed your imagination by learning more fascinating facts about this vulnerable big cat, and help us protect them, by going lion tracking on Ol Pejeta. A few of our lions have been fitted with radio collars, and you can accompany one of our specialised lion trackers as he searches for their signal. When a pride is found, you can help identify individual lions by recording whisker patterns, scars, ear tears and other characteristics. The data you collect goes straight to our ecological monitoring department, and helps us find solutions to the challenges facing Laikipia’s lions. Available daily between 06:30 - 08:30 and 15:30 – 17:30. Guests remain in the vehicle at all times. We would recommend that clients wear closed shoes and carry sun-cream and a hat. Clothing should be of neutral colour.

SIGHTSEEING : Night Game Reserve

Supersize your safari experience with a night game drive. This opportunity is not available in most wildlife conservancies, so wrap up warm and let loose that intrepid explorer inside you.Sunset is a game changer in the African wilderness - this is when the truly weird and wonderful come out to play, this is nature at its most raw. With the help of a spot light and an expert Ol Pejeta guide, you stand the chance of spotting some of Kenya’s more unusual critters. Aardvark, zorillas, bat-eared foxes, leopard, and lion hunts are just some of sights included in our guest’s campfire tales when they return. We provide spotlights.Available daily between 19:00 – 21:00 and 21:00 and 23:00.It can get cold on night game drives, so we recommend extra layers for comfort. Clothing should be neutral in colour. 

Day 4

LAKE NAIVASHA CRUISE (B & L & D)

After your breakfast you will be transferred to Lake Naivasha Cruise. On arrival, taking a boat ride around the lake is one thing you should do when you visit lake Naivasha. You'll get to see s and different species of birds flying over the cool waters of the lake. The view is amazing, at some points you'll sport giraffes and a boat ride also includes a trio to the crescent island where you'll see animals such as the waterbugs, buffallos, gazelles, giraffes .It’s worth it to take a boat ride at the end of the ride you'll appreciate what nature has to offer. Comfortably stay overnight at Lake Naivasha

SIGHTSEEING : Lake Naivasha Cruise

This 1 day tour is a great safari to get away from the noise pollution of the city and drive to the tranquil areas where you can even hear the sound of wind. Early in the morning after breakfast, our company representative shall come to your pickup point and pick you up. You shall later drive to Lake Naivasha. Along the way, you shall make a stop at the Great Rift Valley view point relax as you enjoy the wonderful scenic views of the rift valley. Learn about its history and how it was formed. Later, you shall drive until Lake Naivasha. Upon arrival at the lake, you shall start the boat cruise experience. With the help of professional anglers, you shall start your fishing adventure however you are always advised to have permits, fishing permits can be acquired by us-the tour company on your behalf. During the boat cruise along Lake Naivasha, you shall spot different wildlife species like the hippopotamus and several species of birds. On the shores, you shall observe various species of wildlife like the giraffes, zebras, buffalos and others.During your fishing, you shall be in position to catch several species of fish which include the Nile perch, blue spotted tilapia, red belly tilapia, and others. The boat cruise shall take you until the crescent island where you shall relax for lunch while spotting several wildlife species. You shall take a quick walk around the Island and later transfer back to the information center to learn about Joy and George Adamson’s conservational efforts. Later you shall drive back to Nairobi, to mark the end of this wonderful 1 day lake Naivasha fishing and boat cruise safari in Kenya.Park entrance feesfishing permitstour guidelunchtransportationbottled mineral water

Day 5

MASAI MARA (B & L & D)

After breakfast, you will be transffered to the Masai Mara National Reserve. You will arrive for lunch at your Masai Mara Governor Camp and spend the rest of the afternoon relaxing by the pool and waiting for the late afternoon when the temperature cools to head out on your first Mara game drive. In the Mara 6 visit  traditional Maasai village. Back at the camp, dinner is served and this gives you the perfect opportunity to look back at your day and relive all those highlights. Comfortably stay overnight at Masai Mara.

SIGHTSEEING : Games Drive

Maasai Mara (Masai Mara) is situated in south-west Kenya and is one of Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Reserves. Together with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania it forms Africa’s most diverse, incredible and most spectacular eco-systems and possibly the world’s top safari big game viewing eco-system.Wildebeest migration: Make sure you have your safari book planned out that includes the Maasai Mara. I am sure you have heard the wildebeest migration is nothing short of amazing. It is one of the things you have do add to your bucket list. Best time to be in Kenya for it is JULY – OCTOBER.SAFARIS: Have a look at the extensive list of safaris for you to choose from. Enquire on 2 or 3 safaris and wait to hear from them.ACCOMMODATION: There is a wide selection of places to stay in and around the Maasai Mara and the conservancies surrounding it . The conservancies surrounding the Maasai Mara have restricted number of vehicles allowing a more private game viewing of wildlife.MAP: Have a look at our map, we have most of the properties in the Maasai Mara accurately located. Zoom out to see all the properties we have across Eastern and Southern AfricaMaasai Mara National Reserve stretches 1,510 sq km (580 sq miles) and raises 1,500-2,170 meters above sea level. Add the conservancies and the area is at least twice the size. It hosts over 95 species of mammals and over 570 recorded species of birds. This is the World Cup of Wildlife, and together with the Serengeti National Park there is no better place to witness the BEST WILDLIFE VIEWING IN THE WORLD!.DistanceIt’s about 270 km from the capital Nairobi City and takes about 4-5 hours by road or 40-45 minutes by flight. The road is great for the most part. there is a section from Narok town to Sekenani Gate that is dirt road but fairly good. The other road through Lemek and Aitong town is not good at all and very bumpy.Best Time To VisitWith the wildebeest migration in JULY – OCTOBER, this is the best time to see this incredible movement of animals. Although it is not guaranteed that the wildebeest get to Maasai Mara, it has yet to let us down. Also, December to February are great times as it is dryer and good for the Big Cats.NOTE: The Maasai Mara is an all year round destination with the big cats, and all the big game still in the Maasai Mara Ecosystem.Recommended Number of DaysDue the amount to be seen in the reserve we feel a THREE to FOUR day safari is suitable for just the Maasai Mara. If you are interested in photography the longer you stay the more chance of getting the ultimate photo.We also recommend that you add on a few more days to see more of Kenya. (Amboseli National Park, Tsavo East National Park, Tsavo West National Park, Northern Kenya. Why not add some beach to… we like Watamu Beach & Diani Beach)

SIGHTSEEING : Traditional Masai village

The Maasai are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting northern, central and southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the best known local populations internationally due to their residence near the many game parks of the African Great Lakes, and their distinctive customs and dress. The Maasai speak the Maa language  a member of the Nilo-Saharan family that is related to the Dinka, Kalenjin and Nuer languages. Except from some elders living in rural areas, most Maasai people speak the official languages of Kenya and Tanzania, Swahili and English. The Maasai population has been reported as numbering 841,622 in Kenya in the 2009 census, compared to 377,089 in the 1989 census.The Tanzanian and Kenyan governments have instituted programs to encourage the Maasai to abandon their traditional semi-nomadic lifestyle, but the people have continued their age-old customs. Many Maasai tribes throughout Tanzania and Kenya welcome visits to their villages to experience their culture, traditions, and lifestyle, in return for a fee

Day 6

MASAI MARA (B & L & D)

After breakfast at camp, you will going to enjoy Full Day Masai Mara Game Drive (08:30 AM – 05:00 PM). Comfortably stay overnight at Masai Mara.

SIGHTSEEING : Full Day Games Drive

Wildebeest, topi, zebra, and Thomson's gazelle migrate into and occupy the Mara reserve, from the Serengeti plains to the south and Loita Plains in the pastoral ranches to the north-east, from July to October or later. Herds of all three species are also resident in the reserve.All members of the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, elephant, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros) are found here. The population of black rhinos was fairly numerous until 1960, but it was severely depleted by poaching in the 1970s and early 1980s, dropping to a low of 15 individuals. Numbers have been slowly increasing, but the population was still only up to an estimated 23 in 1999.Hippopotami and crocodiles are found in large groups in the Mara and Talek rivers. Hyenas, cheetahs, jackals, and bat-eared foxes can also be found in the reserve. The plains between the Mara River and the Esoit Siria Escarpment are probably the best area for game viewing, in particular regarding lion and cheetah.As in the Serengeti, the wildebeest are the dominant inhabitants of the Masai Mara, and their numbers are estimated in the millions. Around July of each year, these animals migrate north from the Serengeti plains in search of fresh pasture, and return to the south around October. The Great Migration is one of the most impressive natural events worldwide, involving some 1,300,000 wildebeest, 500,000 Thomson's gazelles, 97,000 Topi, 18,000 elands, and 200,000 zebras.Antelopes can be found, including Grant's gazelles, impalas, duikers and Coke's hartebeests. The plains are also home to the distinctive Masai giraffe. The large roan antelope and the nocturnal bat-eared fox, rarely present elsewhere in Kenya, can be seen within the reserve borders.More than 470 species of birds have been identified in the park, many of which are migrants, with almost 60 species being raptors. Birds that call this area home for at least part of the year include: vultures, marabou storks, secretary birds, hornbills, crowned cranes, ostriches, long-crested eagles, African pygmy-falcons and the lilac-breasted roller, which is the national bird of Kenya.

Day 7

MASAI MARA (B & L & D)

After breakfast at camp, you will going to enjoy Full Day Masai Mara Game Drive (08:30 AM – 05:00 PM). Comfortably stay overnight at Masai Mara.

SIGHTSEEING : Full Day Games Drive

Wildebeest, topi, zebra, and Thomson's gazelle migrate into and occupy the Mara reserve, from the Serengeti plains to the south and Loita Plains in the pastoral ranches to the north-east, from July to October or later. Herds of all three species are also resident in the reserve.All members of the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, elephant, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros) are found here. The population of black rhinos was fairly numerous until 1960, but it was severely depleted by poaching in the 1970s and early 1980s, dropping to a low of 15 individuals. Numbers have been slowly increasing, but the population was still only up to an estimated 23 in 1999.Hippopotami and crocodiles are found in large groups in the Mara and Talek rivers. Hyenas, cheetahs, jackals, and bat-eared foxes can also be found in the reserve. The plains between the Mara River and the Esoit Siria Escarpment are probably the best area for game viewing, in particular regarding lion and cheetah.As in the Serengeti, the wildebeest are the dominant inhabitants of the Masai Mara, and their numbers are estimated in the millions. Around July of each year, these animals migrate north from the Serengeti plains in search of fresh pasture, and return to the south around October. The Great Migration is one of the most impressive natural events worldwide, involving some 1,300,000 wildebeest, 500,000 Thomson's gazelles, 97,000 Topi, 18,000 elands, and 200,000 zebras.Antelopes can be found, including Grant's gazelles, impalas, duikers and Coke's hartebeests. The plains are also home to the distinctive Masai giraffe. The large roan antelope and the nocturnal bat-eared fox, rarely present elsewhere in Kenya, can be seen within the reserve borders.More than 470 species of birds have been identified in the park, many of which are migrants, with almost 60 species being raptors. Birds that call this area home for at least part of the year include: vultures, marabou storks, secretary birds, hornbills, crowned cranes, ostriches, long-crested eagles, African pygmy-falcons and the lilac-breasted roller, which is the national bird of Kenya.

Day 8

MASAI MARA - NAIROBI (B & L & D)

This morning, there is the opportunity to rise early and experience a game viewing adventure from an entirely different perspective! A hot air balloon safari across the Masai Mara (at additional cost) which takes off in the crisp morning air, and lasts for approximately an hour, allows for a beautifully peaceful experience floating silently high above plains, forests and rivers. if you have not booked a balloon ride then you will enjoy Morning Game Drive. After morning game drive, check out from masai mara and you will be driven back to Nairobi, check in to the Hotel. Comfortably stay overnight the hotel. 

Day 9

NAIROBI - DELHI (B & L)

After breakfast, check out from the hotel and then you will be transferred to enjoy Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe Centre, Beads Factory. Then you will be drop at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) for flight to Delhi.

SIGHTSEEING : Beads Factory

The Kazuri Bead Factory is located in Karen and specializes in hand made jewellery, as well as pottery ware that reflects the culture and wildlife of Kenya.Their mission is to provide and sustain employment opportunities for disadvantaged members of Kenyan Society.They employ over 400 women, mostly single mothers.They produce over 5 million beads a yearThey export to over 30 countries worldwide and are a member of The World Fair Trade Organization

SIGHTSEEING : Elephant Orphanage

How to raise an elephant "Through the nursery here we've raised over 244 elephants," the trust's CEO, Angela Sheldrick, tells CNN Travel. Elephants orphaned though poaching, habitat destruction and human-wildlife conflict are picked up by rescue teams and looked after by the keepers here. "When you take on a baby elephant it's a long-term project," she explains, because "their lives mirror our own." An elephant of one year is just as vulnerable and needing of care as a human child. "We presently have 93 elephants that are milk-dependent," she says. "They're with us for the first three years here in the nursery. Once they get older they need exposure to the wild herds because ultimately every elephant that we raise lives a wild life again. We just usher them through the difficult milk-dependent years." It takes time and patience to introduce them to living independently. Says Sheldrick. "Like your own kids, they don't fly the nest quickly. They need to have that confidence." The process takes up to 10 years, but the nursery's alumni is blossoming. There are now close to 150 rehabilitated orphans, with 30 known calves of their own. The trust has also hand-raised 17 rhinos. One of the most popular residents is Maxwell, a rhino who was born blind and then rejected by his mother. He's been at his nursery "forever home" since 2007.

SIGHTSEEING : Giraffe Centre

The Giraffe Center is located in Lang'ata, approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya. It was established in order to protect the endangered giraffe, that is found only in the grasslands of East Africa.In 1979, the Giraffe Center, a nature sanctuary for visiting and including wildlife conservation education for urban school children, was started by Jock Leslie Melville, the Kenyan grandson of a Scottish Earl, when he and his wife Betty captured two baby giraffe to start a programme of breeding giraffe on their Langata property, site of the present Centre. Since then the programme has had huge success, resulting in the introduction of several breeding pairs of Rothschild Giraffe into Kenyan national parks.By 1983 enough money had been raised to establish the Giraffe Visitor's Center as a tourist destination just outside Nairobi.The main attraction for both school children and visitors is feeding giraffes from a raised observation platform. The Giraffe Center is also home to several warthogs which freely roam the area along with the giraffes.

Day 1

Day 2

  • Aberdare National Park
  • SightSeeing
    Game Reserve (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 3

  • Aberdare National Park
  • SightSeeing
    Chimpanzee Sanctuary (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Guided Bush Walk (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Lion Tracking (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Night Game Reserve (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 4

  • Naivasha
  • SightSeeing
    Lake Naivasha Cruise (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 5

  • Masai Mara
  • SightSeeing
    Games Drive (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Traditional Masai village (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 6

  • Masai Mara
  • SightSeeing
    Full Day Games Drive (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 7

  • Masai Mara
  • SightSeeing
    Full Day Games Drive (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)

Day 8

Day 9

  • Nairobi
  • SightSeeing
    Beads Factory (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Elephant Orphanage (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • SightSeeing
    Giraffe Centre (Sightseeing)
    ( INCLUDED)
  • Checkout from the hotel. Package ends on this day!
  • Inclusions
  • Exclusions
  • TERMS & CONDITIONS
  • Travel Basics
  • Booking Term
  • Why Choose Us

Inclusions

  • Hotel Nights accommodation on twin sharing basis as per itinerary

  • Meals as per hotel plan

  • Airport Transfers

  • All transfers and sightseeing as per the itinerary in an air-conditioned vehicle on SIC basis

  • Road taxes, parking fees, fuel charges, interstate taxes

 

Exclusions

  • GST if not mentioned in the rates

  • All personal expenses like tips, laundry, telephone calls/fax, alcoholic beverages, camera/video camera fees at monuments, medical expenses, airport departure tax etc.

  • Anything not mentioned under Package Inclusions.

  • Entrance fees at all monuments and sightseeing spots

  • Cost incidental to any change in the itinerary/stay on account of flight cancellation due to bad weather, ill health, and roadblocks and/or any factors beyond control.

  • Airfare if not mentioned in the itinerary

  • Travel Insurance if not mentioned in the itinerary

Terms & Conditions

  • In case client wishes to prepone /postpone his or her travel dates, we request you to kindly reach us 15 days prior to journey date via e-mail/SMS.

  • The customers can prepone /postpone their tour once without any additional charges (if intimated before 15 days of travel date in written). However postponing & preponing second time will attract additional charges.

  • Also note that few service providers (Hoteliers, Transporter etc.) may apply postpone/prepone charges even after meeting above requirement. In such cases postpone/prepone charges will deducted from the advance amount deposited.

  • In all prepone or postpone scenarios, the services and the costing will be subject to availability of Hotel/Volvo and season/off season time.

 

  • We do not accept any changes in plan within 15 days of travel date. However in rare cases like adverse climatic conditions or strikes, package can be postponed which will be intimated to you beforehand.

  • The validity to utilize your Advance payment in prepone/postpone scenarios is 1 Year from the date of advance payment.

  • The avance payment and the invoice Number allotted to you, are transferable i.e. you can pass on your booking to any of your friends/ relatives. (Please Note: In order to transfer your booking you must meet the above terms and conditions first).

 

 

Travel Basics

Here is a must take list that you should carry while traveling:

  • ID Proof any Passport v(For International Travel)
  • Water Bottle with a Filtering System
  • Daily Medications
  • Phone Chargers
  • Camera
  • ID Proof
  • Toilet Papers
  • Walking Shoes
  • Ear Phones
  • Cap
  • Power bank
  • Sun Screen Lotion
  • Wipes
  • Ladies basics
  • Mosquito Creame/bands/net depending upon your itinerary.

Booking Term

  • 50 advance to be paid at the time of booking.
  • Air fair is calcualted at the time of proposal creation and is subject to change at the time of booking.
  • 100 payment is to be made for domestic packages before 4 days of departure date.
  • 100 payment is to be made for international packages before 7 days of departure date.
  • In case of cancellation standard cancellation policies will be applicable or may be changed as per the policies

Why Choose Us

We are a Travel Boutique house which specializes in the personalized travel experiences . We have travelled the length and breadth of these regions repeatedly, just to ensure that our clients are visiting the right places at the right time on the right days, eating hygienic & tasty food, staying at the best properties which are cheap and fantastic as well. We have every answer to your query pertaining to the destinations.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation Policy International

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