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Masai Mara - Economy
3 Duration / 3 Day(s) / 2 Night(s)
Tour Type : Public / Anybody

Masai Mara - Economy

Start City : Nairobi
End City : Nairobi
Scheduled / Operates on : daily
Tour Highlights : If you have a shortage of time and would like to make it memorable with the Big FIVE,  take advantage of our action-packed short 3 day Safari from Nairobi to Kenya's Masai Mara Game Reserve via the Great Rift Valley. An affordable scenic and African wildlife treat!
Short Overview : Masai Mara, this world-renowned reserve, which stretches over 1510 sq km (938 sq mi) of open rolling grasslands, is backed by the spectacular Esoit Oloololo (Siria) Escarpment, watered by the Mara River and littered with an astonishing amount of wildlife. Not only is the Masai Mara one of the greatest wildlife reserves in Africa, and home to what is considered one of the natural wonders of the world in the Great Migration, it is also unique in that it is not managed by the country’s wildlife services but rather by the local communities.The Masai Mara Park is also renowned for superb sightings of Africa’s Big Five - lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. The Masai Mara reserve is also rich in birdlife, including migrants, with over 450 species recorded, of which 57 species are birds of prey. You are sure to meet the Maasai people, well known for their distinctive custom and dress. The Masai Mara is teeming with wildlife such as wildebeest, giraffe, baboons, warthogs, bat eared foxes, grey jackals, spotted hyena, topis, impala and hartebeest. The game reserve is also home to numerous elephants, buffaloes, zebras and hippos.  The park is home to thousands of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle, which make the phenomenal annual migration, known as the Great Migration. If you are coming to Masai Mara during July/August, we know you are coming for viewing the great migration of the wildbeest. We have a special treat awaiting you. in July and August, when millions of these ungainly beasts move north from the Serengeti. While you're more likely to see endless columns grazing or trudging along rather than dramatic TV-style river fordings, it is nonetheless a staggering experience.These herbivores migrate north from the Serengeti in about July and return south crossing the Mara River in about November in search of water and fresh grazing. This dramatic spectacle is one of the most impressive natural phenomena on earth, especially watching the herbivores plunge into the Mara River where crocodiles and hippos lie in waiting. The high concentration of grazers in turn attracts impressive numbers of predators. Lions are commonly sighted in Masai Mara with cheetahs and leopards being harder to spot but still reasonably common.  Hippopotami and Nile crocodiles are found in large groups in the Mara and Talek rivers. Cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, and bat-eared foxes can also be found in the reserve  
$1012 / person
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Guides/Assistance