Let's witness the wonder together,
with#mambotravellershttps://www.facebook.com/mambotravellers/The great wildebeest migration is one of the most phenomenal natural spectacles in the world. It is an annual movement by millions of wildebeest, accompanied by large numbers of zebra, Grant’s gazelle, Thompson’s gazelle, elands and impalas across the greater Masai Mara-Serengeti ecosystem.From July to September the Mara welcomes the Great Migration of thousands of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti in Tanzania to Masai Mara in Kenya. During the wildebeest migration, you will witness how the constant battle for survival makes the Migration Season a particularly exhilarating time to visit Basecamp Explorer Kenya.The Mara River crossing activity is considered the climax of the migration period. Mara River crossing is an event that will take you through a range of emotions: anticipation, heartache, inspiration, excitement and so much more. The sheer sight of the first herds of animals. Want to see the wildebeest migration? Book any of our Migration Safaris
Day 1: Travel to Masai Mara National Wildlife Reserve - Stopover at the Rift Valley View Point.
Departure time will be at 8:00 am, and your driver guide will meet you for pick up in Nairobi from your Hotel / Residence or even Airport and drive west of the city through the Masai land and finally to your new home in the Mara wildlife reserve for the two nights.The journey will take us from the valleyed Nairobi city lining on the Thika river with an altitude of 1661-meters above sea level ascending to the great western rift valley and have a fantastic view of the entire Masai land characterized by a great view of Canopy from various species of trees and finally descend through the famous hot springs town of Mai-Mahiu.
Continue with your drive to Mara. Stopover in Narok town and pick a few drinks, fuel up and head to the Mara reserve at your lodge for in time for lunch.
Set off from our lodge at 3:45 pm and head for a 4:00 pm evening game drive. Expect to spot among others: Wildebeests, Thomson's gazelles, Masai giraffes, topees, rhinos etc.
Dinner and accommodation at your lodge.
Meal Plan: Lunch and Dinner.
Travel time: 4-5 hrs (Nairobi to Masai Mara).
Day 2: Full day game drive and Masai Village visit.
We roll through the all corners of the park/reserve and shall spot thousands of wildlife including: Buffaloes, hippos in the Mara River-River, Zebras, Elephants, Thomson's gazelles, Grant gazelles, topees ,Rhinos, leopards, cheetahs, jackals, lions, giraffes, warthogs (Pumbas) and many more.
Drive towards the Mara River for viewing the wildebeest prepare or do the migration. If lucky and have enough time to wait, you will witness this once in a life time Natural wonder.
Have your picnic lunch under the shed of a tree in the middle of the Mara wilderness, drive back to your lodge with more sightings on the way for relaxation and refreshments.
Dinner and Overnight at the lodge.
Meal Plan: Breakfast, packed lunch and dinner.
Day 3: Departure day.
Breakfast at the lodge then depart for Nairobi with en route game viewing as you leave the lodge, drop off at your Nairobi Hotel by 4 pm.
Meal Plan: Lunch en route.
End of the 3 Days Masai Mara wildlife Safari.
Services of our professional tour guide.
Comprehensive game drives as per the itinerary.
Park entry fees.
Three meals per day whilst on safari.
1 litre Mineral water.
Hot-air balloon safari & Masai Villages
Tips and Gratuity
Cultural visits to Masai villages
3 Days 2 Nights Masai Mara safari
Destinations:- Masai Mara Park.
Stopover at the Rift valley view point.
Visit to the Masai village.
Accommodation:- Described below.
Tour dates:- All Year Round.
Type of transport:- Road using a 4×4 Jeep (Land Cruiser)/comfortable 8 seater 4×4 Toyota van.
Optional Activities:Hot Air balloon Safaris, Masai Mara home-stead.
Let's witness the wonder together,
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