Prepare yourself for a 3-day safari getaway that will satisfy your wanderlust. Immerse yourself in one of Kenya's best national parks and reserve, Maasai Mara, and enjoy a full day of game drives, excursions, fun activities, and many more. You'll get the chance to see the great wildebeest migration, the big five, and let's not forget about Kenya's breathtaking views all in one package. This is your chance to explore Maasai Mara like never before!
On this safari, you will stay at Sentrim Mara's luxury tented camp.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Nairobi for a morning drive to Maasai Mara through The Great African Rift Valley and Narok, Maasai Mara Town. You will arrive in time for lunch so you will check in at Sopa Luxury Lodge and have lunch. On an afternoon game drive through the park, you will search for lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes, and other members of the "Big Five", plus other animals. Dinner and overnight stay will be at Mara Sopa Lodge.
You will have an early morning game drive and return back to camp for breakfast. After breakfast, you will spend a full day in the park with packed lunch in search of its popular residents like the well-known predators and their opponents like the zebras, wildebeests, giraffes, hippopotamuses, and the dangerous crocodiles with a visit to Mara River. Meals and overnight stay will be at Mara Sopa Lodge.
You will have an early morning breakfast at your camp and check out of the camp and park. You will drive to Nairobi and arrive in time for lunch or you will be dropped off at your respective hotel.
During this safari, you will visit Mara River.
Kenya is the 'Land of the Lion King' and sits at the center of the African safari experience with an outstanding variety of wild animals and "Big Five" viewing opportunities. Although safaris are its greatest attraction, it is a country of great diversity with much more to offer than splendid wildlife.
Essentially, it is a place for outdoor living. The coast offers beaches and water-based activities, the mountains present a challenge to hikers and climbers, and the rolling savannah is a paradise for game-viewers. The country sits astride the equator and offers fabulous scenery and a variety of tribal cultures. From its central location, the sacred peaks of Mount Kenya reign over a landscape primarily covered by grasslands and thorn trees, much of it enclosed within its many parks and reserves.
To the west, the spectacular Great Rift Valley is sprinkled with lakes teeming with a variety of bird life, whose shores and surrounds are traversed by agricultural farmlands. To the east lies the promise of an idyllic beach holiday with the requisite white palm-fringed beaches and pristine coral reefs. Inhabiting the highlands and Rift Valley are two of the most well-known numerous tribal cultures, the Kikuyu farmers and the tall, red-clad Masai cattle herders. The coast is home to ancient Swahili civilizations and old port towns that are rich in a history of exotic spice trading and fighting.
Kenya has a sophisticated tourism infrastructure with two major cities controlling the majority of the tourism trade. Nairobi, the capital, is the safari and hiking hub, situated in the cool Central Highlands, while on the east coast the hot and humid trading port of Mombasa functions as the gateway to the resorts and pristine beaches of the area. Kenyan People are friendly and visitors can choose to do as little or as much as they like, and the combination of wildlife, together with its beaches and mountains, make Kenya a fantastic holiday destination.
Maasai Mara National Reserve is Kenya's most celebrated game park. It offers the possibility of seeing the "Big Five" and many other species of game. This is where the great wildebeest migration is a spectacle to behold for any visitor in Kenya, mainly in July and August of each year.
You will be served 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 2 dinners.
The major airports in Kenya are Moi International Airport (MBA) situated 6 miles (10 kilometers) northwest of Mombasa and Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) situated 10 miles (16 kilometers) southeast of Nairobi.