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Your Ultimate Safari Guide to Masai Mara National Reserve!

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On being the home to great and glorious wildlife, Kenya has plenty more than other African nations. Situated in the southwest of Kenya, Masai Mara National Park is the land of ultimate experience and exotic wildlife species. In the language of Masai people, they refer to it as Mara that means spotted.

It is a beautiful national reserve bordering the Serengeti in Tanzania and famous for its big fives and world-famous rare wildebeests that migrates from Tanzania in the month of June to October. It offers a tourist favourite game viewing experience involving zebra, giraffe, buffalo, hyena and most popular Mara’s big cats year that makes it a must visit for every adventure enthusiast throughout the year. Wanna be lost in the beauty of Kenya and not spend a hefty sum? Well take a look at this  and perhaps you finally find what you have been looking for, all this while! 

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Best time to visit Masai Mara

 

Late June to October is considered as the peak season in Masai Mara due to the dry weather and best game viewing experience.

During this time millions of world-famous rare wildebeest migrate to this place that makes it more popular among visitors of all over the world. By the end of October, they move back to Serengeti in Tanzania. A passport full of stamps rather than a life full of chaos! Check Kenya tour packages here!

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Entrances fee for Masai Mara National Reserve

 

For Non-Resident Prices (Per Person, Per Day)

Adults (18+ years) –         $80 USD

Children (3-18 years) –   $45 USD

Children (0-3 years) –      free

 

For Resident Prices (Per Person, Per Day)

Adults (18+ years) –         $70 USD

Children (3-18 years) –   $40 USD

Children (0-3 years) –      free

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What to pack?

 

There are some items that one should pack for Masai Mara Safari trip:

  1. Safari Hat
  2. Safari Boots
  3. Binoculars
  4. Safari Bag
  5. Travel Insurance
  6. Safari Camera

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How to reach?

 

By road:  From the airport, it takes around 4 to 5 hours to reach Masai Mara. It is always advisable to hire a private taxi for it.

 

By air: Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) and Wilson Airport in Nairobi are considered as the closest to Masai Mara. From there you can take a road ride to Masai Mara with a private taxi.

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Best accommodations in Masai Mara

 

Governor’s Camp

Charges:  Starts from $320 on per person sharing basis.

Activities: Bird watching, Bush dining, Cultural tours, Day tours, Game drives, Hot air ballooning, Local village visits, Guided walking safaris etc.

 

Sanctuary Olonana

Charges:  Starts from $510 on per person sharing basis.

Activities: Bush dining, Game drives, Guided walks, Local village visits, Hot air ballooning, Star gazing etc.

 

 

Rekero Camp

Charges:  Starts from $670 on per person sharing basis.

Activities: Bird watching, Cultural tours, Game drives, Local village visits, Picnics, Full-day safaris, Hot air ballooning etc.

Naboisho Camp

Charges:  Starts from $335 on per person sharing basis.

Activities: Cultural tours, Game drives, Night drives, Guided walking safaris, Bird watching, Picnics etc.

 

Saruni Mara

Charges:  Starts from $480 on per person sharing basis.

Activities: Bird watching, Bush dining, Cultural tours, Full-day safaris, Game drives, Guided walks, Specialist guides, Guided walking safaris, Animal tracking experience, Night drives, Hot air ballooning etc.

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Things To Do At Masai Mara National Park

 

On being Africa’s top wildlife destinations and Kenya’s flagship conservation area, Masai Mara is most popular for game viewing and its rare wildebeest migrations among its visitors. It offers one of the best game viewing experience including zebra, giraffe, buffalo, hyena and most popular Mara’s big cats throughout the year.

Apart from this, there are so many other activities to do in Masai Mara. Top 7 activities to do are:

 

 

Spot Big Five

 

June to October is considered as the perfect time to spot the big five – lion, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo and rhinoceros and other rare animals and birds.

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See the Wildebeest Migration

 

To spot the rarest and spectacular view of millions of world-famous wildebeest migrates from Tanzania to Kenya, you must head to this land in the dry season only.

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Hot Air Balloon

 

To get a better view of this beautiful ecosystem and admire its beauty from the sky, a hot air balloon is a perfect way for it. You can take this experience from the Little Governors Camp, from where all hot air balloons depart before dawn.

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Cultural Visits with the Masai

 

If you want to explore the colourful culture and tradition of Masai people then this is the perfect place for it. Masai has been staying on the land of Mara since a few hundred years and still rooted with their culture and tradition, welcomes every guest with kind hearts.

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Mara River

 

Known for the crossing of millions of world-famous wildebeest from Tanzania to Kenya, Mara River is one of the world’s most famous rivers because of Nile crocodiles. This river starts at Kenya’s highlands and merges with the world’s largest tropical lake, Lake Victoria.

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Bird watching

 

With around 470 species of birds, Masai Mara is a great place for bird watching. From Ostrich, goliath heron to large martial eagles you can spot all kind of rare birds at this place.

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Governors Private Camp

 

To get a very comfortable and private experience in Masai Mara, Governors Private camp is perfect for it. With the personal attention of camp manager, you can enjoy the different animals that come here to drink water and several hippos bring their calves to enjoy.

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