Maasai Mara    (4 Days)


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Operates from October 30, 2017 through December 29, 2018

 

$1,550 - $2,255 (including local flights)

The Mara is Kenya’s best park because it is so lush and fertile, providing abundant grasses for the hundreds of thousands of plains game always found here.

The gently rolling grassland plains satisfy the most demanding imaginations of what an African big game park should be and the density of predators in the Mara is the greatest of any East African park. Almost all safaris see both lion and cheetah, and there is a good chance of finding leopard as well.

Return after exciting game viewing afternoons, game walks, or visits to a Maasai village for sundowners in the bar before a gourmet dinner and two overnights in your luxury Mara camp. There is also the opportunity to book a memorable hot air balloon ride over this magnificent area.

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Day 1: MAASAI MARA

This program begins with a local flight from Nairobi's Wilson airport to the Maasai Mara. The program does not include transfers to Wilson airport, which can be added optionally. The flight is scheduled to arrive at the Mara around noon. On arrival you'll be privately met and taken on a short game drive into Governor's Camp in the Maasai Mara National Reserve. After lunch begin game viewing for the abundant plains game and many predators that are found in this great wilderness.

The Mara is Kenya's best park because it receives rain almost year long providing abundant grasses for the hundreds of thousands of plains game always found here. The gently rolling grassland plains satisfy the most demanding imaginations of what an African big game park should be. Return after an exciting afternoon of game viewing for sundowners in the bar before a superb dinner and overnight.   

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Day 2: MAASAI MARA

CheetahChasingGazelle.melville.376pixThree game drives are included daily from Governor's Camp beginning at dawn and returning for a full breakfast, followed by a mid-day drive which returns for lunch, and finally the afternoon game drive. Options are available for hot air ballooning, visiting a Maasai village and taking a safari walk. Expect to see practically all the big game found in East Africa, and note that the density of predators in the Mara is the greatest of any East African park. Almost all safaris see both lion and cheetah, and there is a good chance of finding leopard as well. Meals and overnight in camp.  

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Day 3: MAASAI MARA

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Day 4: NAIROBI

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