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Lions on a Masai Mara Camping Safari

4 Days Masai Mara Camping Safari


A 4 days safari to the epic Masai Mara Game Reserve to view Africa’s big cats and numerous wildlife including Leopards, lions, cheetahs, Topis, bat eared foxes Masai giraffe, impala, spotted hyena, baboons, warthogs, jackals,   hartebeests,  zebras, wildebeest, elephants, buffaloes, hippos and crocodiles.


4 Days Masai Mara Camping Safari on a Budget

A budget camping safari to Masai Mara Game Reserve for 4 days to view Africa’s wildlife and the Great Rift Valley. A memorable safari at a reasonable cost.

Summary of the private camping safari

Quick Itinerary Overview

A great 4 days Camping Safari to Kenya’s best game reserve – Masai Mara.

This Masai Mara Safari departs from Nairobi, Kenya. You have a stopover at the Great Rift Valley view point with its picturesque views of the escarpment, mount Longonot, the Suswa Ranges. This is a great place for a photo-op before proceeding down the escarpment and onwards to the Masai Mara Game Reserve.

You will spend your days in the vast plains of the Masai Mara Park in search of the big 5 (Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo, Elephant and Rhino). The Mara is re-known for the great wildebeest migration and is home to Africa’s big cats. It’s the best game reserve in Africa to see the most wildlife in the shortest time possible.

A triple tent at Manyatta Camp where one can stay on a 4 day Masai Mara Camping Safari

A triple tent that can occupy 3 people at Manyatta Camp Masai Mara

The Masai Mara Safari will end back in Nairobi.
This price is inclusive of:

-Transport & Transfers in a safari van with a pop-up roof
-Three meals a day
-Park entrance fees
-Driver’s allowances
-Accommodation Full board in a two man tent.
-Service of an English speaking professional guide/driver
-Services of an English speaking professional safari cook
– Bottled drinking water during the duration of the safari
-Kitchen box
-Toilet papers
-Camping fees
-Non-exclusive use of safari vehicle through out the duration of the safari except on the private safari

Our Pricing Excludes
International Flights
Tips & gratitude’s

Full Safari Itinerary;

Day 1: Nairobi to Masai Mara – Kenya

You will be picked up in Nairobi at your hotel or the airport at 7:00 AM. Drive through the highlands of Limuru and down the Great Rift Valley. You shall have a stop over in Narok town where you have a bathroom rest, top up fuel and stock up on any snacks, soft or alcoholic drinks you want to buy for yourself, this is the last major town and is the gateway to the Masai Mara region.

Drive on to Masai Mara arriving for lunch at 1:30 PM at camp.

Located next to the Masai Mara Game Park, right near the gate of the park, the camp blends in with the African Savannah and is located in a forested area to keep you cool in the shade away from the mid-day sun. Camp has en-suite bathroom with hot water and flush toilet. It also has beds and bed linen plus a mosquito net over the bed to keep away the pesky insects as you enjoy your sleep.

Proceed on an afternoon game drive till sun down, before returning to camp for rest and dinner. Enjoy a log fire by the camp as the Masai guards regale you with stories of their exploits of yester years when to graduate to man hood a Masai boy had to fight and defeat a lion while only armed with a spear. Retire to your tent for rest and overnight.

Day 2 & 3: Masai Mara Game Reserve – Kenya

The next two days are spent game viewing in the plains of the Masai Mara Game Reserve.

You shall have one full day game drive after breakfast from 7:00 AM, proceed on the morning game drive with packed lunch. You have a lunch stop over under an acacia tree deep in the Masai Mara plains by the Mara River where you can view crocodiles and hippos

This is also the location of the annual wildebeest trek, the Wildebeest Migration, in late July and to late September when millions of wildebeest, accompanied by a multitude of Zebras and gazelles move north from the Serengeti eco-system in search of the sprouting grass after the April short rains to feed their fledgling young before heading back to Serengeti in October to prepare for the calving season. This is the largest land based animal migration in the world.

Wildebeest migration on a Masai Mara Safari

The wildebeest migration can be seen on a game drive while taking the 4 day Masai Mara Camping Safari

You have the option to visit a Masai Village and learn about the Masai culture and their way of life or have a panoramic view of the Masai Mara in the early morning on a hot air balloon safari over the plains of the Masai Mara. These 2 activities are optional at an extra cost.

Have an afternoon game drive before returning to camp for dinner and overnight.

On the extra full day in the Mara, you have an early morning game drive at sunrise to catch big cats at they retire from their night hunt before returning to camp for late breakfast. Late morning to noon can be spent exploring the camp or you can visit a nearby lodge for a swim at a small cost. After lunch, head out for an afternoon game drive before returning to camp at sunset for rest, dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Masai Mara to Nairobi – Kenya

Have breakfast before a morning game drive. Depart from Masai Marain the late morning arriving Nairobi at 16:00 Hrs. We drop you off at the airport or your Nairobi hotel.

Masai Mara Tour Accommodation

Accommodation on this tour is in safari camps which are clean, functional and comfortable but not luxury. Camps have beds and bed linen with either twin, or double beds. All tents have en-suite bathroom and flush toilets, and have mosquito nets over the beds.

Optional Extras and Excursions
  • Cultural Masai village visit – US$30 per person
  • Hot air balloon safari in Masai Mara – US$ 450


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