Masai Mara is the most famous game reserve in Kenya with the highest concentration of wildlife including the “big 5” The great annual wildebeest migration is a life time adventure which attracts many tourist all over the world. June-October is the best time to tour the game reserve when the migration is at it’s climax. The 3 days masai mara camping is about having a close encounter with the wildlife population in the region, while relaxing and having the best time away from home. Game drives, game viewing and photograph taking are the main activities in the park.
The first day to the Masai Mara camping will begin from Nairobi immediately after breakfast. This will be an interesting journey as you pass through the floor of the Great Rift Valley which holds beautiful landscapes and the plains inhabited by the Masai communities, who rely on livestock to earn their living. Masai Mara is a beautiful scenery with the highest lion population and other various types of wild animals. It has abundance panoramas of vast rolling plains, hills and woodland groves, well watered by the lovely Mara River which bisects the reserve from north to south. You will arrive at the Mara camp in the afternoon where you will have your lunch, proceed on a game drive and later have delicious dinner and overnight at one of the most luxurious lodges scattered all over the reserve.
Day 2 Masai Mara camping safari will be a full day game drive where you will have a good opportunity to see the big 5(lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard) and have a picnic lunch in the bush. The rolling rocks, plains and the grass land of the Maasai Mara offer excellent game viewing and photographic opportunities to all visitors. This is where millions of Wildebeest cross the Mara River from the Serengeti National park of Tanzania to the Maasai Mara Game Reserve of Kenya, which brings along thousands of wild animals and predators such as the lions, leopards and the cheetahs to the Mara, making the park the best and most famous wildlife viewing. You will have dinner and spend the night in the camp where the noise of animals will be your main lullaby.
Day 3 will start with breakfast and then depart the camp, as you drive through the northern part of the reserve viewing game as you reach the main Narok road. On reaching Narok, you will stop for some time to buy ornaments, Masai clothes, or have a chat with people from different tribes. Lunch will be served on the way and then return to Nairobi by late afternoon where you have your dinner. Sometimes, you can have an optional farewell dinner at an extra cost.