AASC03: 3 Days Masai Mara camping safari

3 Days Masai Mara camping safari | Aardwolf Africa Safaris

Departs Every Day

The Masai Mara is Kenya’s most famous and popular game reserve. 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. We pitch tent in a campsite bordering the Masai Mara game reserve in the dispersal area

Day 1 - Masai Mara
Pick up at your hotel within the city centre in the morning and depart at 8.30hours driving down the Escarpment via the floor of the Great Rift Valley, to Masai Mara game reserve. Lunch enroute at Narok. Overnight in a campsite.

Day 2 - Masai Mara
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. Overnight in a campsite

Day 3 – Nairobi
After breakfast we depart for Nairobi to reach late in the afternoon. Lunch enroute and drop off in the city centre. END OF SAFARI

 Included in the safari price:
    Transport in a shared safari minivan with pop up roof for best game viewing
    Pickups and drop offs within the city centre
    Services of a professional  English speaking driver/guide
    Game park entrance fees
    All campsite fees
    Accommodation in a canvas tent on a double sharing basis
    Three meals a day whether vegetarian or non-vegetarian.
    Meal Plan – BB=Bed, Breakfast; LD= Lunch, dinner; BLD= breakfast, lunch, dinner
    Activities as indicated in the specified safari itinerary

 Not included in the price:
    Personal travel insurance
    Flying Doctors emergency evacuations cover [available at US$10 per person]
    Cost of visas
    Balloon Safari at US$450 per person (can be arranged on request)
    Optional activities payable directly at the lodge e.g. Masai village visit, nature walks etc.
    Hotel accommodation in Nairobi
    Departure Hotel/airport transfer [but can be arranged at extra cost]
    All personal expenses and toiletries; e.g. mineral water, toilet paper, laundry, beverages, tips, driver guide tip etc.Any other extras not stated as included above

What you need to bring on safari:
    Money for personal spending and tipping
    Only a small case or rucksack, as storage space is limited [maximum 20kgs].
    A pair of long trousers and jersey for the cool mornings and evenings in addition to plenty of light clothes for hot days (do not forget a hat), swim suit, a pillow, comfortable shoes/sandals and snacks
    Torch, sunglasses ,suntan lotion, insect repellent/spray but not mosquito coils
    Mineral water and beverages
    Camera, memory cards, binoculars, maps, guide-books
    Toilet paper, towel, soap and toothbrush/paste

 
Safari Price pp US$230

Plus park entrance fee pp US$160: