Masai Mara National Reserve


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Masai Mara National Reserve

The Masai Mara National Reserve is located in Kenya, Narok District, having the County Council of Narok as a custodian. It is about 270 kilometers from Nairobi, and takes about 4 to 5 hours by road. There are also scheduled flights, twice daily from Wilson Airport Nairobi, which take about 40 - 45 minutes. It is named after the native tribe - The Maasai People and the Mara River, which runs across the Reserve. The Mara Triangle consists of the western third of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. Its stretches from the edge of the Siria (Oloololo) Escarpment south to the Tanzanian border and east to the Mara river.

It is famously known as the SEVENTH WONDER OF THE WORLD for its wildebeest migration to and from the Serengeti park southwards to Tanzania. This makes it the best area to see the Wildbeest Migration as the animals migrate across the crocodile infested Mara river in there thousands, and still remains the favorite tourist attraction for the Masai Mara and Kenya alike.

The Mara Reserve currently has 5 entry gates with major and rife plans to construct a sixth gate soon. The Main gate, is the SEKENANI gate, which is most preffeed for entrants to the park because it is on the main road from Narok town. The others are TALEK gate, OLOOLAIMUTIA gate. All the gates are manned by Council wardens and are the best places to get more information for first time tourists and those who may have lost their ways or bearings. The friendly wardesn will also advice on which points to go for preferred game sites. Please remember to always keep to the designated roads while driving around in the park, and be watchful when getting out of your vehicle.

The Mara Triangle was the original extent of the reserve until a further 1,000 square kilometers were added by the County Council of Narok in 1992 to incorporate two former group ranches, Sekenani and Musiara which trebled the reserves size.


3 Days Masai Mara National reserve

A fantastic 3 days safari to one of the biggest east Africa game reserve features a drive down the escarpment via the floor of the scenic Great Rift Valley to Maasai Mara game reserve were you will enjoy to see how Masai people and their animal live in harmony with wildlife. You will have the opportunity to spot the big five and the enormous grazing herbivores who are always present.

 Maasai Mara National reserve is famous for the integral role it plays in wildebeest migration. Which usually occurs in July and august were millions of these herbivorous move north to Serengeti in search of pastures before returning back to south again in October. It is also home of the big five: lion elephant rhino leopard among other wildlife.

This short adventure will end on the third day were will drive back to the bustling capital of Kenya-Nairobi.

Day 1: Nairobi-Maasai Mara

Depart Nairobi Wilson airport in the morning by scheduled flight or by a tour van into the heart of Masai Mara National Reserve. On arrival at the airstrip, you are met and transferred to a camp/ Lodge for rest and lunch. Afterwards go on for a game drive in the rolling grassy hills until sunset in search of African wildlife. You will encounter elephants, lions, cheetahs, buffalos, giraffes, African birds, hippos, crocodiles, vultures, African birds of prey, wildebeests, and Hyenas. Dinner and overnight stay at the camp/Lodge.

Day 2: Maasai Mara National reserve explore

Morning and afternoon game viewing. We leave for full day trip into the expansive game reserve. The famous Masai Mara is renowned for its abundance of great animal herd. It’s a wildlife paradise!

Virtually every type of animal is to be found here including spotted hyena, bamboos, jackals, zebra’s, wildebeest, and cheetah, among others. Drive to the Mara River where you’ll enjoy your lunches under the bushes picnic-site by the river-side as you watch hippos and crocodiles. Across the river thousands of Wildebeest migration takes place- a great spectacle to behold- the ‘’Big Five’’ animals from Serengeti park/ Tanzania crossing into Masai Mara/ Kenya. After lunch, have an afternoon game drive until sunset, then driven back to your camp/lodge for a deserved hot shower and a delicious dinner.

Day 3: Maasai Mara-Nairobi

 Early morning take a game drive and after breakfast check-out and transfer to the airstrip for scheduled flight or van drive back to Nairobi or any other destination.


  • Park entrance fee
  • Government taxes
  • Daily meals(breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • Services of a professional English speaking Guide/driver
  • Transport using 4x4 tour van or a car
  • Airport transfers
  • Daily game drive as per itinerary
  • 2 nights’ Accommodation


  • Tips & other gratitude
  • Laundry
  • Beverages/Drinks/Sodas and other soft drinks.
  • International flights and visas.
  • Items of a personal use
  • Optional activities(hot air balloon, visit to a Masai village)


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