Rhino Tourist Camp, Maasai Mara National Reserve, Narok County, Kenya
Wonderful Kenya Safari
Bluerange Connect offers a quick safari trip for guests who do not have enough time for a longer safari in the world famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. This Maasai Mara road safari explores the Maasai Mara Kenya's finest and most outstanding wildlife sanctuary where gentle rolling grassland ensures animals are never out of sight. Maasai Mara National Reserve is approximately 280 kilometers west of Nairobi City. Driving will take you about five to six hours.
Explore Maasai Mara National Reserve
Services of a qualified English-speaking driver guide
During this safari, you will stay at Rhino Tourist Camp in Maasai Mara National Reserve, Narok County, Kenya.
This morning, you drive through the dramatic Great Rift Valley to the Maasai Mara National Reserve. This enormous reserve is actually part of the vast Serengeti plains famously known for its spectacular great wildebeest migration and is home to the big five: lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, and rhino.
Lunch at the lodge and relax before departing for the afternoon game drive. The Maasai Mara National Reserve is one of the greatest wildernesses in the world. Large mammals are varied and easy to see. Residents among the park are: Maasai giraffe, buffalo, eland, and thousands of plain game including impala, zebra, topi, and both Thomson's and Grant’s gazelles.
Overnight at Rhino Tourist Camp
Meal plan: lunch and dinner
Enjoy early morning tea, coffee, or hot chocolate and then depart for a morning game drive. Here you find the Old Africa of the movies with rolling grasslands dotted by acacia trees and sweeping plains teeming with wildlife.
No matter how much you have thought about Africa, this is more than you expected and the ideal backdrop for a hot air balloon expedition. During your stay, you also have an opportunity to visit a village of the Maasai people to witness the singing and dancing that are part of their daily lives and sacred rituals. A glimpse into their homes and social structure is a poignant experience. After a full English breakfast back at the camp, you depart for Nairobi by road arriving early afternoon.
This safari takes place in Maasai Mara National Reserve, Narok County, Kenya. The Maasai Mara is possibly the world’s most famous game reserve. It is an extension of the equally renowned Serengeti plains in neighboring Tanzania.
The annual wildebeest migration which takes place between July and November every year involves nearly three million animals moving up from the dry, low-lying Serengeti plains to the greener, wetter pastures of the Mara, nearly 2000 meters above sea level. Highlights of Masai Mara National Reserve include the fact that it has the largest population of lion in Kenya and that it is also the film location for BBC’s Big Cat Diary.
At Maasai Mara, you will view the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth, the migration, when over 1.3 million wildebeest gather together into a single massive herd that moves its way across the Tanzania border from Serengeti into the Maasai Mara, in search of lush pastures. The Maasai Mara has an exceptionally wide range of wildlife including the big five and arguably the only region left in Kenya where animals can be seen in the same numbers as they existed centuries ago.