Safari Overview


The Maasai Mara is at the top of most people’s Kenyan safari wish lists. The location of the ’Great Migration’ – one of the natural wonders of the world –is a gloriously beautiful, wildlife-rich savannah landscape. It’s also a region where traditionally dressed Maasai still herd their cattle and goats in a lifestyle that in some respects hasn’t changed much since they first arrived here 350 years ago.

Day 1:

After breakfast, depart for Masai Mara – an extension of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. This is serene vast country of breath-taking vistas, a panorama of vast rolling plains and rounded hills, of intermittent groves of acacia woodlands and dense thickets of scrub. The Mara River and its tributaries which are margined by luxuriant riverine forest bisect the whole land . And in every direction there are seemingly endless herds of game animals. Arrive in time for lunch. An afternoon game drive followed by return to an archetypal Mara lodge/tented camp for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 2:

Two game drives for the day to absorb the beauty and splendor of the Mara. In this country of breathtaking vistas, view its vast assemblages of plains game together with their associated predators. Mara has the largest population of lions to be found in Kenya. Other animals to be seen here include Buffalo, Black Rhino, Hippopotamus, Leopard, Cheetah, Common Zebra, Coke’s Hartebeest, White-bearded Gnu, Oribi, Warthog and Thomson’s and Grant’s Gazelles. The bird life of Mara is as profuse as its mammalian fauna. All meals and overnight stay are at the lodge/tented camp.

Day 3:

After breakfast, return to Nairobi.

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