3 Days Masai Mara National Park Safari

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With this 3‑day safari across Kenya’s north­ern Masai Mara Nation­al Park, you may take pic­tures, unwind, and see unpar­al­leled flo­ra and fau­na. The Masai Mara Nation­al Reserve in Kenya has one of the high­est den­si­ties of preda­tors in the entire globe. Because many lions and leop­ards live there, most nature pho­tog­ra­phers adore it. The year­ly wilde­beest migra­tion, the largest land ani­mal migra­tion in the world, is co-host­ed by the park, depend­ing on what month you arrive. As you go on a game dri­ve and take a tour of the Masai war­riors’ cul­ture, there is some­thing to won­der about every day. Nairo­bi serves as both the begin­ning and finale of our road adventure.

Detailed Trip.

Day1: Pick­up and trans­fer to Masai Mara Nation­al park

On this day, a rep­re­sen­ta­tive from our busi­ness will meet and greet you at the pre­arranged loca­tion, check your trav­el doc­u­ments, and then dri­ve you the 6–7 hours to the Park. You will go through the stun­ning Great Rift Val­ley, where you can stop for pho­tos along the way. After stop­ping for lunch, enjoy the dri­ve through the coun­try­side to the park for about an hour while tak­ing in the views of the lush plan­ta­tions. After arriv­ing, you will check in at your lodge, then have din­ner and spend the night.

Day2: Game dri­ve and cul­tur­al adventure

Your com­pa­ny guide will accom­pa­ny you on a day­break game dri­ve at dawn. The game dri­ve activ­i­ty lasts for around 4–5 hours, and every­one should be aware that since the ani­mals are in the wild, sight­ings of some of them, includ­ing lions, leop­ards, chee­tahs, hye­nas, and oth­ers, are pure­ly chance even though they are preva­lent through­out the park. The wilde­beest, cape buf­faloes, African ele­phants, warthogs, sev­er­al ante­lope species, and oth­ers are among the ani­mals to keep an eye out for. After a tra­di­tion­al Bush break­fast, you’ll go to the Mara Riv­er, which is the cen­ter of the year­ly wilde­beest migra­tion. You can observe hip­pos, croc­o­diles, and a num­ber of aquat­ic birds there.

After lunch at the lodge, the evening will end with a dance, a vil­lage tour, and tales from the Masai war­riors, who are famed for being excel­lent live­stock man­agers. You may help the neigh­bor­hood by mak­ing dona­tions, pur­chas­ing memen­tos, and oth­er actions.

Din­ner and an overnight stay at the resort will cap off your day.

Day 3: Deperture

You will go on a morn­ing game dri­ve after break­fast at the lodge in the hopes of see­ing some of the crea­tures you might have missed on your dri­ve the day before. Due to their rar­i­ty, the list of these species may include hye­nas, chee­tahs, leop­ards, lions, and oth­er crea­tures. You will return to the lodge fol­low­ing the two to three-hour game dri­ve, check out, and depart for Nairo­bi to catch your flight to the next location.

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