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Kenya Safari: Masai Mara Safari

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Leopard watching, Kenya safari
The leopard is watching… Kenya safari, Masai Mara

Exclusive, private and tailor-made Masai mara safari from Nairobi

3 day Masai Mara safari from Nairobi is a package that you can customize to take you to either Masai Mara, Samburu, Amboseli and even other parks for a three days excursion. Sometimes you may not have a lot of time to venture for long trips. Even a weekend getaway, this safari is for you.

During your masai mara safari in Kenya, your accommodation is carefully chosen so that you get great value for your money. You can also request different accommodation levels, and chose what is well within your budget.

Masai Mara safari
Zebras, Masai Mara

You will be accompanied by a professional safari guide, who will take you through the nature ‘classroom’, teaching a thing or two about what you see. It is about both learning and enjoying what nature has in store for you in the parks or reserves that you visit.

Here is your itinerary, Masai mara safari from Nairobi

Day 1: Nairobi – Masai Mara

Leave Nairobi in the morning and drive across the Great Rift Valley to reach Kenya’s most famous Game Reserve, Masai Mara, in time for lunch. The world famous Masai mara is not only famous for the wildlife migration, it is also the very best reserve to watch the lions in the world.

You will spend the afternoon exploring the rolling hills and plains in search of wildlife mix. It is important to understand the animals roam free, and sometimes you may have to do a bit of driving and searching. Meals and Overnight at your chosen camp or lodge.

Day 2: Masai Mara

Probably one of the most famous reserves in the world, Masai Mara holds on to its promise of abundance of wildlife and high concentrations. No better way than to spend a full day exploring this magnificent National reserve. Optionally, leave the camp with picnic meals and spend more time out with wildlife. Even on a budget, Masai Mara wilds remain the same, offering you some of the worlds best wildlife views. In addition, Natural Track guides will really teach you a lot on wildlife behavior and ecological balance. Dinner and overnight at the Camp.

Day 3: Masai Mara- Nairobi

Early morning drive followed by breakfast. After breakfast proceed back to Nairobi arriving in the afternoon. Alternatively, have early breakfast, and leave the camp with your stuff and go for game drive. This will also be dependent on your flight departure time and longer drive can be arranged on one-on-one basis. End of your Kenya safari package.

Cheetah having a rest, Kenya safari
Enjoying the view from top of the Jeep, Kenya safari

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Wildebeest migration, Kenya safari
Migrating wildebeest herd

Safari in Kenya: A thing or two about Masai Mara Wildebeests Migration

Just recently, the phenomenon wildebeest migration was recognized as the Seventh wonder of the world. It has taken Kenya safari by storm. This natural event takes place in July – October in Maasai Mara which lies 270 kilometers south east of Nairobi. The animals move from northern Serengeti plains in Tanzania across Mara and Talek River in Maasai Mara.

It is one of the biggest migration move ever recorded in the world. It is an annual migration that occurs in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem. It is important to note that Serengeti is in Tanzania, while Masai Mara is in Kenya. It is the same natural ecosystem, only divided by man during the years of demarcation into different countries. Fortunately, except for a border posts, there is no barrier that stops the movement. Wildebeest and Zebras migrate in the figures of about 3.5 animals.

Wildebeests and Zebras are herbivores and when they move, the cats that prey on them have a great time with the masses. Same case, the crocodiles in the mara river and other tributary rivers in the Mara lay down in wait for their chance to feed.

The migration is a never ending circle in search for greener pastures. It is continues all year round as each time they are in a different location. In Masai Mara, they pour in from mid-June or early July and continue to September or October. This coincides with the tourist peak season for the Kenya migration safaris. Without a doubt, it is a sight to behold.

When is the best time to visit masai mara?

Masai mara is an all year round safari destination. The month of January to March is a dry period and great for safari. Despite the fact that weather patterns have changed a lot in the last few years, this period is one of the best times to enjoy a safari.

The rainy season, which is April to June, is quite muddy with the heavy rains. If you are the adventurous type, this period is mess, but special in that there are very few safari goers, leaving the park entirely to you. It is a great time to silent moments in the expansive masai mara reserve.

From mid-June to September is the migration time. Wildebeest pour in from Tanzania’s Serengeti National park to Masai Mara. This season is the busiest of all the times. It is a time for summer holidays, and as such a great family time. The wildebeest and zebras flock into the mara in millions. On the same measure, safari goers literally migrate with them to witness these world class phenomena.

September to December is a relatively relaxed time. The masses have left the reserve, and so have the big crowds in the hotels. Mostly the hotels serve at 50-90% capacity. The huge traffic at sightings has reduced also, making it a great opportunity for time out. Around the Christmas times the hotels run at full capacity when many families go out celebrate the holiday.

Depending on when you plan to enjoy your safari and how you want it to be, your agent comes in handy in helping you plan your utmost Kenya wildlife safari holiday in Masai Mara.

It is great to aware that weather patterns have changed so much in the last few years, and that what used to be the normal can no longer be counted on as in the previous years. You could have rains heavy rains in unexpected months, or extended dry periods where rains were the normal.

Hotels in Masai Mara:  Masai Mara safari all inclusive

Masai Mara National reserve has some of the best hotels in Africa and worldwide. Furthermore, there is a wide range of safari accommodations to house all budgets. There are safari camps, safari lodges, luxury tented camps and low budget camps. There are a few mobile camping safaris located in various locations seasonal. This happens mainly during the migration times, and after that, the grounds are left to rejuvenate.

There are endless types of Masai Mara safari from Nairobi. From cheap masai mara safari packages whereby you can share in the safari vans, thereby reducing the cost of the trip significantly. For the cheap masai mara safari packages, it is important to note that this is a cost-share safari to make it budget, and also is a low standard accommodation facilities.

Most of the masai mara safaris are all inclusive. This means that you will be picked from your doorstep or from your hotel and back. The cost will include all the safari game drives, park fees and accommodation fees. Yours is only to enjoy your holiday. It is important to clarify with your agent items in your Masai Mara safari all inclusive holiday.



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