The most famous wildlife reserve in the world, Kenya’s Masai Mara offers symbolic, breathtakingly picturesque landscapes with unrivaled game viewing all year round.

A 1,500 square kilometer ecosystem of unequal biodiversity, known to many intrepid travelers to Africa as “The Kingdom of the Big Cats”, and famous for hosting the BBCs’ Big Cat Diary film crews for the last 12 years. Nowhere else in Africa can one get as close up and personal to a running Cheetah, a stealthy Leopard or a stalking Lion.

The Mara is also a valuable dry season grazing refuge for the Great Wildebeest Migration estimated at 1.5 million animals, which arrives here in early August every year from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. August through to October, the Mara hosts a plethora of wild animals, many of which will cross the Mara river and risk drowning in its raging torrents, or, risk capture and certain death in the jaws of hungry Giant Nile crocodiles.

The Mara also hosts a large number of resident animals such as Elephant, Buffalo, Topi, Eland, and the rare Black Rhino that are now being observed on a regular basis.

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Per person sharing in a double room (entire safari): From USD 7,800
Optional: Single room supplement – Additional Cost (entire safari): From USD 2,625

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Customized safaris are available throughout the year depending on the availability of our tour guides.

Specialized safari costs are dependent on locations visited and number of days spent. We will send you a quotation once we have established your exact itinerary.

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