Masai Mara is Kenya’s most famous and popular game park. Masai Mara is really an extension of the Northern Serengeti eco system in Tanzania. Masai Mara is magical and you have the best opportunity to see all "the big five" and many other species. Masai Mara is where the great wildebeest migration (declared the ‘7th Wonder of the World’) occurs mainly in July, August, September and October of each year.
Nairobi / Masai Mara:
Pick up at JKIA/Hotel in the morning and drive down the Escarpment via the floor of the Great Rift Valley, to Masai Mara game-park in time for lunch at your hotel. Afternoon gamedrive. Dinner and overnight at your lodge or campsite [LD]
Today we explore Masai Mara’s amazingly high concentration of game (throughout the year) from the back of your tour vehicle in the morning and the afternoon and with the help of your experienced professional tour guide to spot the animals. The Masai Mara Game Reserve is 1510sq km of open rolling grasslands dotted with the acacia trees harbouring lions, leopards, cheetah, elephants, buffaloes, zebras, masai giraffes, hippos, black rhinos, spotted hyenas many species of antelopes. The climax is the annual great wildebeest migration in July, August and September . Dinner and overnight at your lodge or campsite [BLD].
Masai Mara / Nairobi After early breakfast we return to Nairobi and drop off at either your hotel or airport to connect with your home bound flight depending on the arrangements [B]. END OF SAFARI
Both of my husband Jon and I are very satisfied in this safari with our guide Mr. Julius Gikonyo of Aardwolf.
After our safari cancelation and refund by an other safari company we chose Aardwolf to make a last minute safari.
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We booked our safaris to Masai Mara, Lake Naivasha, AMboseli and Tsavo East with Aardwolf Africa.