Masai SAFARI- Masai Mara, Rift Valley
Kenya’s greatest concentration of game – the Masai Mara, full of animals. That’s a great opportunity to meet wildebeest, rhino, elephant, lion, leopard and even crocodiles and hippos and all of this in the company of over 470 species of birds.
Departing from Nairobi in the morning we drive towards the escarpment (stopping to enjoy views of the rift valley) and down the floor of the Great Rift Valley via Narok town (the Masai district town). Lunch en route followed by afternoon game drive. We camp at our semi-permanent Talek riverside campsite situated at the edge of the park (next to Talek gate). Set up tents or use our wood cabins (if available). Hot showers and toilets are available in the camp and meals are served in the dinning area.
DAY 2 MASAI MARA
Early morning and late afternoon game drives returning to the campsite for lunch. Option to visit Masai village or local school. Alternatively spend the entire day on a game drive (with packed lunches) returning to the campsite in the early evening hours. (Recommended during July/ August during the annual wildebeest migration).
DAY 3 MASAI MARA -NAIROBI
Depart Camp and drive through the reserve viewing game as we proceed to the main Narok road where we stop to give you a chance to buy souvenirs, or just to have a cup of tea. We return to Nairobi by late afternoon.
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Southern Kenya (west of Nairobi)
Maasai village, balloon flights, gnu antelope migrations
All year except April and May (migrations: July – October)
Masai Mara is located in Kenya and it’s the northern part of the vast Serengeti ecosystem. Park is located approx. 1,500 meters above sea level. Masai Mara is famous for its spectacular phenomenon of animal migration (to find food).
Name MASAI MARA comes from Maasai who live here. Their living conditions and traditions have not changed for hundreds of years. Maasai live in clay houses or in huts, wear red decorated clothes for deterrent wild animals. Massai warriors wear a lot of jewelry: beads, necklaces, bracelets – it looks amazing!
Name MASAI MARA also comes from Mara river – the border beetween Kenya and Tanzania. This river is a place of spectacular animals migrations. You can see there thusend of gnu antalope, zebras, crocodiles and hippopotamuses on the endless sawannah background.
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