We would be visiting Mara during the peak of migration season. It would be 5 nights and 6 days of pure thrill. One can witness thousands of hooves pounding the plains of Masai Mara and it is an unbelievable sight to see the wildebeest jumping into the river in thousands. The whole earth starts to shake as these animals try and swim the most dangerous rivers. The rivers filled with some of the biggest crocodiles, swim silently to pick their prey. The stampede created by these animals, kills a lot of weaklings. One can see vultures bloated after consuming these floating carcasses. Off course the land mammals also have their best due of meat during this time of the year. Come to witness the biggest wildlife event on earth and witness a spectacular event on the history of natural wildlife!
Summer (March to September) 22 Deg C to 40 Deg C Winter (October to February) 5 Deg C to 25 Deg C.
How to reach Masai mara
Nairobi International airport.
Best Time to visit Masai Mara
The best time to witness the Wildebeest migration is between August and September.
Masai Mara Safari
Included. As per the itinerary.
At 11.30AM we would touchdown in Kenya at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, as you gather your baggage and walk out of the baggage hall, your hosts in Kenya eagerly await your arrival in traditional African smile and style. You will be transferred to Wilson airport. From there you would take an exclusive small 45 minute flight to Masai Mara.On a lucky day , you can have Lions with the local Masai's waiting to greet you at the airstrip.
Wake up early morning to catch the pride of lions during sunrise. The cubs are very active at this hour. The giraffes with the Sun at the back, make very good silhouettes. We would not have to get back to the camp for lunch, another jeep would get us fresh , hot lunch. Continue the game viewing and drive in the scenic game park. Her breathtaking scenery – one of the best places for a photogenic the vast herds of ‘giant’ elephant accompanied by a kaleidoscope of other fabulous beasts – lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe, baboon gazelle, hippo and wildebeest. Dinner and overnight at Olapa camp; - Full Board breakfast Lunch & dinner.
Day 03 & 04:
After morning breakfast, we depart for Game. It is perhaps the only region left in Kenya where you may see animals in the same super-abundance as exist a century ago. In the afternoon visit this world famous community (at a small fee which is paid to them) the Masai still lives as they did for centuries, interact with these nomadic people and experience their way of life as you learn about their costumes and traditions. Continue with your afternoon game viewing drive before returning to your camp for dinner and overnight rest.
Today we start very early and reach the main crossing point of the river.Today is the day to witness the greatest spectacle on earth. It is an event which every wildlife lover wants to witness in person. The Wildebeests are very suspicious to enter the river, but the build up from behind makes the first one to take the leap, then it is chaos.I'm sure after witnessing this , you would keep repeating the story to your great grand children.
Have your morning breakfast and depart for this morning's last game drive. Hopefully see the animals that may have evaded as we drive out of the park later this day to depart for Nairobi. Unbelievable, but true as our good moments have to come to an end. We bid farewell to Kenya. Not empty handed though, as with us the photographs a capture of the special moments we have had on the tour to immortalize the experience.
PER PERSON COST: INR 1.35,306/- (USD 2018 ).
(Additional 5% of the tour cost would be charged as service tax).