Meet your safari guide at 7.30 am for your departure. Set out on a picturesque drive descending the Great Rift Valley and onwards to Masai Mara, Kenya's famous game reserve (Drive time 5.5 hours). This is where the famous wildebeest and zebra migration from Serengeti to Masai Mara occurs between July and October.
Arrive at camp for lunch, then head to your tent and make yourself comfortable. Later in the afternoon, meet your guide for your afternoon safari game drive. Venture out to see many animals and the beautiful Masai Mara landscape.
As the sun sets, enjoy a classic sundowner under an acacia tree before returning to the camp for dinner.
Overnight in Masai Mara
Day 2 : Masai Mara Game Drive expand_more
Wake up early for a cup of coffee, followed by a morning game drive safari. Enjoy the fresh breeze at the break of dawn and marvel as the bush comes to life in the early morning hours. Enjoy watching the abundant wildlife in Masai Mara as well as a variety of birds.
Stopover for a picnic breakfast overlooking the Mara Plains before proceeding with your game drive. Head back to camp later in the morning. You may also choose to have a full-day game drive [whole day] with a packed picnic lunch.
Return in the evening for dinner and overnight at the camp.
Overnight in Masai Mara
Day 3 : Return to Nairobi expand_more
Start the day with a morning game drive, return to camp for breakfast, after which you will check out, and get ready for the road transfer back to Nairobi. Transport is in the traditional mini-van with a pop-up roof for optimum wildlife viewing en-route from Masai Mara. As your drive from Maasai Mara, enjoy the breathtaking sceneries.
Arrive in Nairobi by early afternoon. The driver will drop you off at your hotel or transfer you to the airport for your onward flight home.
3 days, 2 nights accommodation on full board in Masai Mara
Transport on a safari mini van vehicle with pop-up roof
Services of an English-speaking Kenyan guide
Park entry fee on safari
Two game drives per day – where applicable
Drinking water on safari
Flying doctors emergency services
Extra sightseeing or deviation from the itinerary
Medical and all other personal expenses
What to bring
Short-sleeve or t-shirts
Long-sleeve shirts (for protection from both sun and mosquitoes)
Cotton trousers or light pants
Jacket or fleece
Wide-brim hat with an under-chin tie (to stop it from being blown off in open-top vehicles)
Comfortable walking shoes
Lightweight sandals or flip flops (for wearing around the camp)
Swimwear (for camps and lodges with a pool)
Cotton socks and underwear
Buff or, scarf or bandana (good for dust)
Sunglasses with polarised lenses (the glare can be intense)
Passport + a copy (keep in separate bags)
Camera, battery, extra battery, and plenty of memory cards
Chargers (for camera and phone) and a power adaptor
Sunscreen Lip balm
Good binoculars (at least 8 x 30 magnification)
Toiletries (remember the lodges will have shampoos, soaps, etc.)
A pack of wet wipes or hand sanitiser
Know before you go
The wildebeest migration is from July to September in Masai Mara, Kenya. Get special offer rates from us and enjoy an experience of a lifetime.