Pick up at the agreed point from Nairobi, drive down the escarpment via the floor of the scenic Great Rift Valley and have a stopover at the view point.
Proceed and arrive at Maasai Mara Game Reserve in time for check in to the luxurious Mara Big Five Camp. It is located about 500m from the Talek Gate in a bush, near the village Talek. In the plant itself, you can watch small game such as warthogs and monkeys. At night you can hear hippos and hyenas. To see big game, we climb into the safari all-terrain vehicle and drive to the best spots in the area. Due to the location in the middle of the protected area, the game drive can be enjoyed from the first warm sun rays to the sunset in the wilderness and offers sufficient time to use the ideal lighting conditions. In the evening and at night the guests will only hear the sounds of nature. The camp is not fenced, therefore we get visitors such as Hippos, hyena and even cats.
Spend the afternoon at leisure enjoying the lodge facilities and amenities.
Have an evening game drive as you explore the great park.
Enjoy evening sundowner cocktails as you watch the majestic sundown.
Dinner and Overnight at the lodge.
Meals: Lunch, Dinner.
Day 2: Full Day Game Drive
Wake up with the dawn to witness the majestic sunrise then after breakfast leave for a full day game drive with picnic lunch at mara river migration bride area where you might be lucky to witness hunting.
This day is spent game viewing in Kenya’s finest wildlife park in search of Africa’s Big Five and the plethora of other wildlife inhabiting this vast Kenyan game reserve. Wherever you go in the vast Maasai Mara you will see a frequent amount of wildlife such as Masai giraffe, baboons, warthogs, bat eared foxes, grey jackals, spotted hyena, topis, impala, hartebeests, wildebeest. Elephants, buffaloes, zebras and hippos are also found in great numbers. It is also common to see lions either basking after a heavy meal, or surveying the plains for their next meal. Cheetahs and leopards are harder to spot, but reasonably common.
The ultimate action here is without doubt The great wildebeest migration.It is one of the most phenomenal natural spectacles in the world, one of the “Seven New Wonders of the World” and also known as “The World Cup of Wildlife”. It is an annual movement by millions of wildebeest, accompanied by large numbers of zebra, Grant’s gazelle, Thompson’s gazelle, elands and impalas across the greater Masai Mara-Serengeti ecosystem from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the greener pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July through to October. The Mara welcomes the Great Migration of thousands of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti in Tanzania to Masai Mara in Kenya. During the wildebeest migration, you will witness how the constant battle for survival makes the Migration Season a particularly exhilarating time to visit. The migration has to cross the Mara River in the Maasai Mara where crocodiles will prey on them. This is one of the highlights as the animals try and cross the Mara River alive. Wildebeest arrive at the Mara River in their tens of thousands, and gather waiting to cross. For days their numbers can be building up and anticipation grows but many times, for no apparent reason, they turn and wander away from the water’s edge. Eventually the wildebeest will choose a crossing point, something that can vary from year to year and cannot be predicted with any accuracy. Usually the chosen point will be a fairly placid stretch of water without too much predator-concealing vegetation in the far side, although occasionally they will choose seemingly suicidal places and drown in their hundreds. Perhaps, once again, this is because crossing places are genetically imprinted in the minds of the animals. By late October, when the first of the short rains are falling on the Serengeti’s short-grass plains, filling seasonal waterholes and bringing new flushes of growth, the wildebeest start heading south again. The herds trek down through the eastern woodlands of the Serengeti, some 90 per cent of the cows heavy with the new season’s young. Tightly grouped as they pass through the wooded country the wildebeest scatter and spread out again once they reach the open plains.
There is nothing thrilling like relaxing and swimming to end such an adventurous day.
Dinner and overnight at the lodge.
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
Day 3: Return to Nairobi
Early morning game drive
Return for your breakfast and check out with the hotel.
Depart for Nairobi.
Rates are per person sharing.
Valid from 1st July to 31st October 2021.
Minimum 8 pax.
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• 75% Free Cancellation/Changes up to 30 days before the tour.
• 50% Refund up to 7 days before the tour.
• 0% Refund for Cancellation Later than 7 days before the tour.
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