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MASAI MARA CAMPING SAFARI

SAFARI PRICE: 355 USD PER PERSON JOINING A GROUP

Masai Mara Camping Safari

Masai Mara Camping Safari

Travel to Africa and embark on the masai mara camping safari which takes a duration of three days. This tour package begins in Nairobi and ends in Nairobi. We organize pickups anywhere within the city centre or the suburbs.

Our camps have beds, bedding’s, mosquito nets, flush toilets and hot water showers. We have a common dinning area; where meals are served in buffet style.

The thrill of out door camping in the wilderness is an adventure that should be in every one’s bucket list. Our budget tours gives you the opportunity to experience first hand the diversity in terms of culture because most camps are close to the local communities and this makes it easy to mingle and socialize with the locals.

Contact us today and embark on a holiday of your dreams which is pocket friendly without compromising services like game drives, accommodation and you will also enjoy the services of our experienced driver guides who have enormous knowledge on wildlife as well as different sceneries in the country.

This tour departs every day with a minimum of two pax and a maximum of six pax in the tour van. We also organize private safaris on request.

Masai Mara Camping Safari Itinerary

NAIROBI – MASAI MARA

A representative from goshawk tours will meet you at your hotel or pick you up from the airport and after briefing you he or she will introduce you to your safari guide and other members undertaking the Masai Mara camping safari. You will be driven north, a brief stopover at the Great Rift Valley view point where by we get to see part of the valley and take some photos.

The valley runs from Jordan in israel to Mozambique a distance of 8,000 miles. Proceed on up to Narok town where you will have your lunch and afterward continue on arriving Masai Mara late afternoon. The world re known Masai Mara is famed for the millions of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras that cross the Mara river forming the wildebeest migration spectacle.

You will be assisted to check into your respective tents and then head out for your evening game drive. Dinner and overnight at either (Mara sidai, Enchoro, Manyatta, Mara Springs, acacia campsites)

MASAI MARA

Today we will have a full day game drive; after waking up you will converge at the dinning area for your full breakfast. Your safari guide will liaise with the cook so as to organize for your picnic lunches.

Head out in search of game. Masai Mara has an exceptional population of big cats, herds of elephants, zebras, resident wildebeest, antelopes and gazelles can be encountered among others, bird life is also plenty. Masai Mara game reserve offers a very high chance of spotting all the big five.

Spend the whole day game viewing which includes a visit to the Mara river where you will find crocodiles lazing around. One has the option to visit the Masai village or go for an early balloon ride at an extra cost. Another option is to return to the camp by four o’clock and after having a cup of coffee or tea head out for an escorted walking safari with a masai warrior. Dinner and overnight at either (Mara sidai, Enchoro, Manyatta, Mara Springs, acacia campsite)

MASAI MARA – NAIROBI

Pre breakfast game drive; depart the camp by 6:30 A.M and this will give you the opportunity to view the African sun rise and you will also get the chance to spot any game species you might have missed on your previous game drives.

Return to the camp around mid morning; your full breakfast will be served and afterwards bid farewell to camp staff and any friends you might have made. You will be driven to Nairobi; lunch en route arriving late afternoon. Drop off at the airport or a hotel.

End of services

  • Transport in a custom safari minibus with pop up roof.
  • All park entrance fees.
  • Meals as described in the itinerary.
  • Accommodation.
  • Game drives and other activities as described in the itinerary
  • Services of an English speaking driver guide.
  • Complimentary Bottled water 1 Litre per person per day.
  • All government taxes.
  • International airfares.
  • All expenditure of personal nature such as telephone calls, hard drinks, soft drinks and laundry.
  • Tips.
  • Visas
  • Travel Insurance.

Masai Mara Camping Safari Accommodation

Masai mara camping offers accommodation in form of permanent erected tents, which have beds, beddings, mosquito nets, flush toilets and hot showers. Beddings are changed every morning and you also provided with a towel. A tent can accommodate one, two or three people. We also have family tents.

There is a common dining area where meals are served and a bar. Fresh food is prepared in a buffet style by our cook. We also cater for special dietaries. In the evening there is a bonfire and the masai warriors entertain you as you relax. 

Most campsites use generators as the source of lighting and the generators are turned off at 1000 – 1100 hrs. Some of the camps are located right outside the boundary of the masai mara though there isn’t a clear demarcation or fence of the game reserve. Animals some time wonder in the camps but the camps are very safe and masai warriors are always on the lookout.

Masa Mara Reserve Facts File

The world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve is the best game-viewing park in Kenya. It has been voted two years consecutively as the best game reserve in Africa at the world travel awards. This reserve offers you the best chance to view the big five. The “Big Five” (lions, leopards, buffaloes, elephants and rhinos) may be spotted here, and more than a million wildebeests and zebras migrate annually to Masai Mara from the parched Serengeti plains of neighboring Tanzania (The Great Migration). 

They camp at the river bank for weeks just waiting for one of them to have the courage to jump into the river and cross over and they all follow suit. The river is infested with crocodiles where many wildebeest perish and also big cats place themselves strategically so that they can pounce on young and weak wildebeest and make a kill. You can also opt to visit a Masai village, where you can interact with local cattle-herders. 

  • Do not Litter the reserve/park.
  • Do not feed the animals, i.e. monkeys or baboons.
  • Do give the animals the right of way and do not disturb wildlife.
  • Do not take any plant or animals remains, dead or alive.
  • Do not start fires or throw cigarettes in the reserve.
  • Do stay in your vehicle except at designated viewing points.
  • Do not shout, laugh loudly, play radio or cassettes as this will keep away the animals.
  • Do not provoke any animals its dangerous.
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