Dream of large herds of animals, unique nature experiences and the chance to see the Big 5 and all the other iconic safari animals?
Then a safari in Masai Mara in Kenya is just for you.
Check out all our tours offering a safari in Masai Mara below.
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On this tour, you experience the biggest highlights of Kenya; Amboseli, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara. The tour concludes with a relaxing holiday on the exotic island of Zanzibar.
This tour is for those who want a slightly more in-depth look at Kenya. You experience the fantastic animal life and wonderful nature in Kenya’s best and most varied national parks.
Serengeti & Masai Mara: Visit two of the world’s best safari destinations on one tour. You travel from Kenya to Tanzania – and back, from where you can choose to extend your tour with a beach holiday.
Enjoy the best of Kenya. You get up close to the nature and unique animal life in some of the country’s best national parks before digesting your experiences on white sandy beaches in Zanzibar.
Our most family-friendly tour in Kenya, in which you get your own car, child-friendly lodges, an “all inclusive” stay on the beach holiday part of Mombasa and lots of experiences at your own pace.
This is the classic Kenya tour with the biggest highlights. From the elephants of Amboseli, the tour takes you to the hippos of Lake Naivasha before concluding in Masai Mara.
Is time a luxury for you? On this tour, you get the most out of your time by flying directly to your safari in the world famous Masai Mara and on to a 5* beach holiday at beautiful Diani Beach.
Adventure and relaxation ahead. First, 5 days of classic Kenyan safari with the biggest highlights await before the tour continues to a relaxing beach holiday in Mombasa at the Indian Ocean.
Enjoy a taster of Kenya. See rhinoceroses in the Great Rift Valley, go on a cycling tour and get up close to Masai Mara’s amazing animal life. Option of extending the tour with a beach holiday.
Get unforgettable safari experiences in the national parks; Sambura, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara, before concluding your tour with a relaxing beach holiday on the white sandy beaches of Mombasa.
Kenya is one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations, and this is largely thanks to Masai Mara.
Located in the southern part of Kenya, Masai Mara is part of the truly unique Serengeti ecosystem that sustains the wild landscapes and, not least, the many animals in the area.
Because there really are A LOT of animals here.
A safari in Masai Mara is your guarantee of enjoying the ultimate in wildlife experiences.
ALL the iconic safari animals live in Masai Mara, as do all the ones you’ve never heard of.
Experience the Big 5, giraffes, zebras, gazelles, hyenas, cheetahs and hippos – not to mention all the local and migratory birds that also live here.
If you’re into unique natural phenomena, your safari can also offer the Great East African Migration. Every year, up to 2 million wildebeest, gazelles and zebras migrate between Serengeti and Masai Mara – an ongoing hike that takes place year after year. From around July to October, the Mara River is at the centre of the peculiar annual phenomenon, when the animals have to cross the river in their constant search for fresh grass and water. And it’s a dramatic business as crocodiles lurk in the river!
But even if you go on safari in Masai Mara outside this period, you are guaranteed to enjoy plenty of almost unreal animal experiences.
To make your safari complete, go on a balloon safari in the early hours of the morning.
On such a day, you’ll be picked up from your hotel well before the sun rises. You’ll drive out to the launch site where the huge hot air balloon is being inflated.
Together, you will float across Masai Mara’s impressive savannah as the animals are waking up. Seeing the African landscapes and wildlife from a whole new angle is a truly unique experience.
Although not part of a safari, a visit to a local Masai village is definitely an experience worth doing if you’re in the area.
On the tour, the hospitable Masai tell you about their way of life. They live according to traditional values and calculate their wealth based on how many cattle they have. They have resisted the urges of the governments of Kenya and Tanzania to adopt a more modern way of life.
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