3½ Days masai mara nakuru safari

DAY 1: NAIROBI / MASAI MARA 

07.30 hrs: Transfer from your hotel to our office for a full safari briefing.  Depart from Nairobi via the Great Rift Valley for Masai Mara Game Reserve. Hot lunch at Narok Town

On arrival, proceed for a game drive in search of Black-Maned lion, elephants, leopard, cheetah, buffalo and other plains game. Return to the campsite for dinner and overnight.

 

DAY 2: Masai Mara – 3 Game Drives

Cheetah Spotting in the Late Evening in Masai Mara National Reserve

06.30 hrs: Early to rise early to spot. This is one of the best game drives of the day.

After a hot cup of Chai ( Tea ) or Kahawa ( coffee ) head into the park for our first game drive of the day.

The cool early morning weather is excellent for spotting Lion, Lepard, Cheetah and Hyena.

 

10.30 hrs: After breakfast head back into the park. This game drive is great to see Elephant, Giraffe, Hippo and other plains game. Return to campsite for hot lunch

 

14.00 hrs( Optional Masai Village Visit USD 20 per person paid directly to the chief ).

 

15.30 hrs: Full Afternoon game drive. On every game drive we will try and explore a different part of the park. After watching the beautiful Mara Sunset head back to camp for dinner and overnight.

 

DAY 3: MASAI MARA – Optional 2 Game Drive or Full Day Drive

Hippo Pod Masia Mara Kenya08.00 hrs: After breakfast, proceed on a FULL DAY Game drive with picnic Lunch and also visit the Hippo Pool (Mara River).

Here you can come out of the vehicle and sit on the rocks and view the hippos and crocodiles in the river. You can also go for a short walk with a warden.

 

Return back to the campsite for Dinner and Overnight.

 

 

DAY 4: MASAI MARA / NAIROBI

 

07.00 hrs:  After breakfast, leisurely drive through the park. Hot lunch on arrival in Mai Mahiu.

Estimated time of arrival in Nairobi is 15.00 hrs ( Drop off to your hotel )

 

WHAT’S INCLUDED: CAMPING SAFARI

  • Transport in  safari minibuses. Equipped with a pop up sun roof and sliding windows
  • WITH MAXIMUM OF 7 PERSONS
  • Park Entrance Fees of USD 240
  • All campsite fees and All campsite equipment.
  • Roomy two person tents
  • Blankets and bedsheets
  • Three meals a day ( Lunch on day 1 to Lunch on the last day )
  • Mineral Water, 1 litre per person per day for Kenya Safaris
  • Generator at campsite to recharge your camera and accessories
  • FREE AIRPORT TRANSFER UPON ARRIVAL OR DEPARTURE

 

WHAT IS NOT INCLUDED

  • Sleeping bag or we will provide you a blanket 
  • Personal spending money for drinks and swimming.
  • Torch , towel, insect repellent, insect spray
  • Film, Memory Card and batteries for the duration of the safari
  • Balloon safari- US$ 450 per person [We can book it for you  at our offices]

 

We look forward to hearing from you. 

For any questions you may have or any additional information you may require please do not hesitate to call or email us:

Cell Phone:         (+ 254)  723 166 170
                                            733 630 053
                                            707 415 505

Email:           bestcamp@africaonline.co.ke

 

Masai Mara is justly one of the best known wildlife areas in Kenya. Here the herds of elephants, browse among rich, tree-studded grasslands. Thomson’s gazelles, zebra, eland and many more species of savannah game offer a rich choice for the predatory lions, leopards and cheetahs which hunt in the reserve and the adjoining areas.

But even this richness of fauna, and untouched life of Africa continuing as it has for thousands of years, is secondary to the Mara’s annual migration of wildebeest.

The spectacle of more than a million of these creatures moving as a great mass across the savannah, is one of the most breathtaking sights in nature. The actual migration does not last very long and its start is impossible to predict accurately. Nevertheless visitors to the Masai Mara in August through September are certain to see the great herds of wildebeest and zebra.
However year round Masai Mara is rich in resident wildlife, and the combination of gentle climate with scenic splendor and unbelievable wildlife makes it Kenya’s most popular game reserves.