Continue past Kedong Valley, through Suswa Plains to Narok. Here you will still have a stop over to have a look at the Masai town. From there you will proceed to the world renowned Masai Mara Game Reserve.
This game reserve is considered by many to be the “jewel and highlight of any safari”. This is mainly because of its abundance of game, and the fact that it supports one of Africa’s highest concentrations of predators. It harbors around 22 families of lions and over 3,000 elephants.
You will arrive in time for lunch at the lodge. Early afternoon will be spent at leisure in the lodge’s swimming pool or having a walk around the lodge, to be followed by game viewing drive later in the evening. Animals expected to be seen here include lion, hyena, cheetah, elephant and giraffes among others.
Dinner and overnight will be at the Lodge/ Camp
Day 2: Masai Mara Safari
After a hefty buffet breakfast in the Camp you will embark on a game viewing drive in search for animals not seen the previous day. You will return to the lodge for lunch, and spend the afternoon at leisure, either at the swimming pool or doing nature walks at the lodges. Late in the evening, you will proceed on a game drive in search of animals not seen so far. Breakfast, lunch and dinner at Lodge.
Day 3 : Nairobi
This day you will have an early morning game drive and breakfast at the lodge. You will leave the Mara plains etching the scenery in your memory and drive back to Nairobi.
KES 17,750 per person sharing
2 nights’ accommodation per person sharing rooms.
Meals on Full Board
Transport in a tour van
4 Game drives in Masai Mara
Service of English speaking driver-guide on safari
All Government Taxes
Park entrance fees , Laundry, Gratuities, drinks ,tips , exclusive use of game drive vehicle