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The Masai Mara National Park is one of the world’s greatest safari destinations, sharing unfenced borders with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania , and encompassing endless rolling plains, breathtaking scenery, and an abundance of wildlife. The Mara offers unrivalled views of the world’s greatest migration - a wildlife spectacle of over 1.5 million wildebeest moving in a circular direction between Kenya and Tanzania in search of grasslands that have sprouted after the rain. Crossing the Mara River is part of their journey and is a sight to behold as distressed herds attempt to get across the crocodile-infested waters. Visitors also have the rare opportunity of interacting with the Maasai people, learning about their century-old traditions and bush survival skills.

The Masai Mara is phenomenal all year round and offers exciting game drives, bush walks, hot air balloon safaris, and a selection of luxury and tented accommodations.

Each year the Masai Mara National Reserve is visited by thousands of tourists who come here to watch the exceptional population of game and the annual migration of zebra and wildebeest. The “Great Migration” takes place every year from July to October when millions of wildebeest and zebra migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania.

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The Masai Mara in Kenya is nature's epic masterpiece.

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A little bit about Masai Mara

Rolling hills, sprawling savannahs, dramatic river crossings and of course... more wildlife and adventure than any movie could ever portray. Welcome to the Masai Mara, home to the lions of ‘Big Cat Diary’, temporary residence of the ‘Great Migration’, mighty Maasai warriors and some of the most luxurious safari lodges on earth.

The Masai Mara features a stunning kaleidoscope of wild and rugged landscapes, warm and welcoming people and an exciting array of creatures – big and small. World famous for hosting the epic Great Migration, the Masai Mara welcomes 1,5 million wildebeests onto its sprawling savannahs each July through October. The Masai Mara National Reserve and conservancies are brimming with life and offer safari travellers a wide variety of activities to choose from. Whether you take to the skies for a high-flying hot-air balloon adventure at sunrise or hit the road for a 4x4 safari, you’re sure to leave the Masai Mara with unforgettable experiences and lifelong memories.

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Going on a Masai Mara safari

Part of the fun of going on safari is planning your safari. We’ve been there... and know how it feels. As avid travellers we can imagine you have loads of questions while planning your trip to the Masai Mara. Very few places on earth are as unspoilt, adventurous and authentic as the Mara eco-system.

Reading up on the Masai Mara, finding out what you might encounter, exploring your accommodation options... we've done most of the work for you and created this site to help you find all the answers to any questions you may have. To top it off, we've brought together a top-notch collection of Masai Mara safari lodges and camps for you to choose from. Naturally, we're only an e-mail or message away if you need a little extra help planning your safari.

About Masai Mara

About the Masai Mara

Known as one of the world’s most famous wildlife areas or ‘the world’s eight world wonder’, the Masai Mara has endless plains, breath-taking vistas and abundant wildlife. Learn more about the Masai Mara here.

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Dreaming of the perfect safari holiday? We’ll help you find your way while planning your trip and provide you with a selection of the best available deals. Check out our latest Masai Mara special offers and discounts.

Getting to Masai Mara

Getting to Masai Mara

Whether you’re arriving from far, far away or travelling to the Masai Mara from a destination in the region. We’ll guide you through your options for getting to the Mara and for getting around once you’re here.

As newbie safari travellers, we were blown away by our experience of the Conservatory - the animals in abundance; the landscapes; the people; the smells and sounds.
It was an amazing experience to actually see the river crossings, that we had seen so many times on TV during the wildebeest migration.
We saw a leopard on a tree and we were lucky enough to watch four lionesses and three cubs eating a fresh hunt. In the evening safari we were able to explore a massive variety of hippopotamus and a crocodile.

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Masai Mara lodges & camps

The Masai Mara is rough and rugged, however you don't have to rough it during your stay. Eco-chic safari lodges with four-poster beds, sundowners with your favourite G&T and infinity pools overlooking the African savanna await.

We’ve selected a variety of warm and welcoming Masai Mara safari lodges and camps for you to choose from during your stay. Each of the accommodation options we’ve selected is known for offering premium safari activities, first-class accommodation and every creature comfort you could wish for during your stay.

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Masai Mara lodges we love

We would like to share a few accommodation options with you for your stay in the Masai Mara. Our safari lodge options come in a variety of price ranges, giving you plenty of possibilities to find the right Masai Mara safari camp for your travel budget.

Keep in mind that the following are simply suggestions. We offer tailor-made safari experiences and look forward to creating just the right mix of Masai Mara safari accommodation and activities based on your personal preferences. We look forward to helping you create the bespoke Masai Mara safari of your dreams.

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Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp

lodge location Mara Triangle

Kenyan hospitality meets Maasai-inspired luxury on the lush green banks of the Saparingo River. &Beyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp lies on the edge of the Oloololo escarpment, where riverine forest meets the sweeping plains of the Masai Mara.

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Cottars 1920s Safari Camp

lodge location Olderkesi

Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp offers guest vintage luxury at its very best. Cream-coloured tents decorated in 1920s epic safari style, professional Maasai safari guides and above all a sense of elegance and class - this classic Kenyan safari camp has it all.

from US$ 1,059 per person per night

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Elewana Sand River Camp

lodge location Musiara Sector

Ideally situated in one of the most remote parts of Masai Mara National Reserve, Sand River Camp pays homage to romantic 1920s safaris. Its design reminds guests of the many African adventure themed Hollywood movies created in that time period.

from US$ 670 per person per night

There were lion cubs galore, a baby zebra born in front of my eyes, pretty much everything an avid photographer could hope for.
The Maasai people were extremely welcoming, and were there to make sure our experience was nothing but the best. We will definitely be back.
The Big 5 and more - giraffes, zebras, hippos, lions with their families, cheetahs and hundreds of wildebeests - no shortage of amazing game sightings every day...

Masai Mara highlights

Masai Mara highlights

The Masai Mara is a dream come true for everyone who ever watched ‘Out of Africa’ and longed for the adventurous, romantic nostalgia of an African safari in the wild. The Great Migration, big cats and Maasai warriors await.

The Masai Mara is a photographer's paradise. This region is known for pristine riverine forests, dramatic towering escarpments, stunning sprawling savannahs and of course... all the creatures, big and small, that roam the land. Add a visit to a Maasai village to your stay for a cultural immersion and gain some insight in the day-to-day life of your hosts. For an extra special birds-eye view of the African plains, take to the skies during a hot-air balloon safari. When it comes to crafting the safari of your dreams, the sky is the limit.

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Maasai people and culture in Masai Mara, Kenya

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Mara North Conservancy

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Conservancies in Kenya are the way to go; protecting the extraordinary wildlife whilst giving the local community an income, together with education on the interaction between the two.
Wonderful area for wildlife viewing. Having been there twice both times were awesome experiences! Will return again.
The highlight of our trip to Mara was seeing the migration at the Mara river. A once in a lifetime experience to see the Wildebeest migrating. An amazing scene of nature it was.

Masai Mara video

Masai Mara video

The best way of understanding what the Masai Mara and its conservancies are about is by seeing some thrilling footage from the area. Watch this video to experience Kenya's Masai Mara, its splendour and to meet some of our celebrity wildlife species.

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We saw 8 lions in one drive, and a hippo pod being circled by a dozen crocodiles that launched into the water, trying to get the baby hippos in the center of the pod. Wow!
I was fortunate that when I was recently in the Mara North Conservancy there were so few tourists. I saw plenty of wildlife. The sightings of big cats were especially good.
The Mara Triangle is the most beautiful, lush area of the Masai Mara. Loads of elephants and all types of wildlife without all the land cruiser traffic found in other areas of the Mara.

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Anthony is a renowned Africa expert and author of many Lonely Planet guidebooks, including the guide to Kenya.

Anthony is a renowned Africa expert and author of the Lonely Planet guide to Kenya.

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The best time to visit Masai Mara National Reserve is during the Dry season from June to October. At this time, animals draw near to rivers and waterholes and vegetation is thinner, making wildlife easier to find and to see. During the rains (especially March, April, November and December), some driving tracks can be difficult to navigate. Your best chance to witness the spectacle of the great migration is between August and October.

June to October – Dry Season

  • Although rarely hot, it is sunny and dry
  • Animals gather around rivers and waterholes, making them easy to spot
  • August and September are best for seeing wildebeest crossing the Mara River
  • Most of the park gets very crowded and good sightings tend to attract a lot of vehicles

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November to May – Wet Season

  • The park is less busy, which makes wildlife viewing special
  • The skies are clear of dust, the park is green and there are lots of flowers
  • Good time to see newborn animals
  • Low-season rates apply in April and May
  • There are plenty of resident animals in the Mara, and wildlife viewing is still good
  • Bird watching is excellent and migratory birds are present
  • Rain in March, April, November and December will sometimes interfere with your planned activities
  • Roads can become tricky to travel

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Culture, colour & crossings

This iconic reserve is named after the Maasai people, an ancient tribe that still call this wild landscape home.  This national reserve neighbours the abundant Serengeti along the border of Tanzania and is known for being one of the best safari destinations in Africa to see big cats and other members of the Big Five. However, it’s also the setting of the greatest wildlife wonder on earth, the Mara is world famous for its vast assemblages of wildebeest as they embark on their journey after the rains. The reserve is divided by the mighty Mara River, where its tributaries are margined by lush riverine forests and the famous location of spectacular river crossings during the July –September.  The reserve is home to over 470 bird species and 95 animal species, including all of the great predators.

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The Masai Mara National Reserve, is possibly the most iconic African wildlife destinations, where immense acacia-dotted savannas teem with animals of all shapes and sizes. The highlight of the Mara is of course the Great Migration, an annual event where millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle migrate across the vast landscapes of Kenya and Tanzania. Witness the dramatic scenes as the nervous and noisy herds embark on the perilous crossing of the crocodile-infested Mara River. The Masai Mara is also home to a wide range of bird and animal species. The reserve is also known for it’s abundant big cat sightings, from large lion prides to the elusive leopard. Top wildlife to see include – Lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, rhino, African wild dog, honey badger, giraffe, hippo, buffalo, crocodile, wildebeest, zebra, topi, eland, gazelle, baboob, caracal and hyena.

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The Masai tribes are amongst the most well-known of Africa’s ethnic groups, due to their living proximity to the various game reserves, their vibrant clothing and fascinating traditions. The Masai Mara tribe has a very distinct appearance, with fierce warriors raising their spears in pride, bearing their blood-red cloaks, known as shukas. The Masai women embellish themselves with earrings whilst the men cover their braided hair with thick ochre paste and extravagant head-dresses which are often made with lion mane or eagle feathers. During your visit to the the surrounding Maasai conservancies there is a chance to spend time with these fascinating people, with bushwalks, village visits and warrior training lessons offered by the Maasai tribes. Still today the people of the Masai tribes live in a type of enclosure known as an Enkang created by sharp thorn bushes. This essential material and design helps guard the tribe and their livestock from not only dangerous predators but also rival tribes. Over the years the people here have stayed true to their traditions, rituals and beliefs and are a wonder to meet.

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Accommodation:   eight luxury safari tents, two honeymoon tents (lounge area can be converted to 2nd bedroom for kids). room type:   double or twin beds (customers choose), two persons maximum. bathroom:   toilet, double wash basins, shower. location:   north of masai mara national park. meals:   plated dinners and lunches, buffet-style breakfasts. facilities:   campfire boma, restaurant. activities:   morning- & afternoon game drives. guided bush walks..

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SAND RIVER MASAI MARA

Accommodation:   15 canvas luxury tent (1 bedroom), 1 family tent (2 bedrooms) room type:   11 double and 4 twin rooms. fan. wifi. bathroom:   toilet, double wash basins, bath, indoor- & outdoor shower. location:   in the south of masai mara national park, very close to the border with tanzania. meals:   mostly buffet style. occasionally plated. facilities:   bar, pool, restaurant. activities:   morning- & afternoon game drives..

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COTTAR'S 1920S CAMP

Accommodation:   five luxury canvas tents, four family suites and one bush villa. room type:   double, two persons maximum. family suite has a double bed and twin beds. the bush villa has 5 rooms with double bed.  wifi. bathroom:   toilet, double wash basins, bath & shower. location:   east of masai mara national park, very close to park border and tanzania border. meals:   plated dinners, buffet-style lunches & breakfasts. facilities:   bar, restaurant, pool, spa, library. activities:   morning- & afternoon game drives. guided bush walks. night drives. rhino trekking.  .

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Accommodation:   canvas safari tent, meru-style. room type:   double or twin beds (customers choose), two persons maximum. wifi. bathroom:   toilet, double wash basins & shower. location:   southern tip of masai mara national park. meals:   mostly plated. occasionally buffet-style. facilities:   campfire boma, bar, restaurant. activities:   morning- & afternoon game drives. guided bush walks..

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MARA PLAINS CAMP

Accommodation:   seven canvas safari tents. two tents share a deck and can serve as a family unit. room type:   double or twin beds (customers choose), two persons maximum. fan. wifi. bathroom:   toilet, double wash basin, bath & shower. location:   south sector of masai mara national park. meals:   plated. authentic bush cuisine. facilities:   campfire boma, restaurant, bar, library. activities:   morning- & afternoon game drives. guided bush walks. night drives..

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The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a breathtaking wildlife sanctuary located in the Narok County of Kenya. Named after the Maasai people, the area’s indigenous inhabitants, and the Mara River which divides it, this reserve is globally renowned for its exceptional wildlife population, picturesque landscapes, and unique cultural experiences. Spanning approximately 1,510 square kilometers, the Maasai Mara offers visitors an unforgettable opportunity to witness the beauty of nature at its finest.

Established in 1961, the Maasai Mara National Reserve forms a part of the greater Mara ecosystem, which also includes the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The reserve is situated at an altitude of 1,500 to 2,170 meters above sea level, providing a variety of habitats to support its diverse wildlife population. The area experiences two rainy seasons: the long rains from March to May and the short rains from November to December.

The Maasai Mara is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the famous “Big Five” – African elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, and rhinoceros. Additionally, it hosts over 450 bird species, including vultures, marabou storks, and ostriches. The reserve is globally renowned for the annual Great Migration, during which over 1.5 million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles traverse the Mara River in search of greener pastures between July and October.

The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a must-visit destination for nature enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. With its unparalleled natural beauty, abundant wildlife, and rich cultural experiences, a visit to the Maasai Mara is sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

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Kenya’s Beautiful Masai Mara Hit Hard by Floods—Here’s What Has Happened and How to Help

In the aftermath of catastrophic rains and flooding, a writer based in kenya offers the latest updates on how local citizens, safari lodges, camps, and wildlife are faring, along with a vetted list of aid organizations..

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Kenya’s Masai Mara has been hit hard, but there are safari camps and lodges that remain open in the aftermath of the deluge.

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May is usually a very special month for me. Traditionally, this month marks my annual pilgrimage to Kenya’s Masai Mara, where apart from immersing myself in the spectacular landscapes, I get to explore how the region is preparing for the wildebeest migration, which usually takes place toward the end of June to October. As a travel writer based in Kenya, it is my responsibility and privilege to inform the world about this annual phenomenon, one of the world’s greatest natural spectacles.

But this May has been quite different from the previous ones, not just for me but also for all of my fellow Kenyan citizens. As I was packing, getting ready to travel from Nairobi to the Mara, areas of the country, including the Mara, were battered by severe rains and flooding. The hardest hit were Nairobi, Kisumu, Narok, Nakuru, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado, and Meru. The safari camp Elewana Sand River, where I had a reservation, is situated near the Sand River in the Mara and the roads were flooded, making it too risky to travel—thus, my travel plans were canceled. (The Elewana Sand River has since reopened and is welcoming guests as of May 12.) I’ve spent most of my days since being inundated by news of people’s stories about the losses either of their homes, loved ones, businesses, or something else that they held dear. The precipitation that descended proved to us that the rains can sometimes be a double-edged sword—the blessing of much-needed water and the curse of flooding when there is too much all at once.

The flash floods have displaced nearly 200,000 Kenyans, according to the latest statistics from Kenya’s Ministry of Interior and National Administration. So far, 210 people have lost their lives, 90 people are still missing, and even as some schools reopen this week after being closed for a month for regular holidays, other schools will remain closed for at least another two weeks as local authorities assess the damage. It’s estimated that more than 15,000 schoolchildren will not be able to return to learning because their classrooms have been submerged in the water and for some, their homes too. Many businesses, both small and large, were also flooded.

Of all the travel destinations in Kenya, the Mara stands out as the most affected with wildlife devastated (there are no precise figures yet, but it is already known that wildlife has been deeply affected), residents impacted by the loss of their homes, and employment in question with a number of camps destroyed by water. More than 20 camps and lodges located along the Mara River, Talek River, and Sand River have been affected to varying degrees, according to the Mara Managers Association. Some of the lodges, like JW Marriott , had to airlift guests to safety. Thanks to the immediate response of the Narok County government, and organizations and companies, including Proflight Helicopters, the Red Cross, Masai Mara game reserve authorities, Mara Elephant Project, the James Savage rescue team, and others, those who had been trapped by the deluge in the Mara and in other regions like Nairobi, including tourists, staff, and locals, were rescued. In total, more than 90 tourists were evacuated in the Mara.

But it’s important to mention that there are camps and lodges in the Mara that have not been affected and are open.

While scientists and conservationists noted that the severe flooding has served as yet another example of the catastrophic effects of climate change, others believe that the floods have brought to light the need for better disaster management preparedness, not only in the Mara but throughout Kenya.

“In the wake of this crisis, we have come out in unity as an association and reached out to various stakeholders of the Masai Mara National Reserve to join hands to sustainably protect this fragile ecosystem for posterity. We are all currently speaking as one for the sake of the future of the Mara,” said Fairman Muhingi, a patron for the Mara Managers Association, a collective of professional camp managers in the Mara dedicated to enhancing Masai Mara’s tourism sector, empowering local communities, and promoting wildlife and conservation.

Others believe that this magnitude of disaster could have been prevented if proper infrastructure had been in place and authorities no longer allowed the overdevelopment of fragile ecosystems .

“The inability of state authorities to monitor development especially along the rivers is what has brought this disaster in the Mara. Most approvals are done without site visits. The carrying capacity of the Mara ecosystem in terms of lodge developments, beds, and bed nights has never been established. The destination must look back and correct wrongs in terms of the location of camps and lodges, define bed density, and carrying capacity,” said Judy Kepher-Gona, founder and lead consultant for Sustainable Travel and Tourism Africa, an organization in Kenya that works with companies, governments, and the tourism sector to ensure that they put sustainability into practice.

She also added that the tourism industry needs to reinvest its revenue into proper infrastructure.

“Little has changed in terms of infrastructure over the years except for the Narok Sekanani Road [one of the roads leading to the Masai Mara game reserve], which is already wearing out in some parts. How can the eighth wonder of the world operate on makeshift bridges that are washed away with every rain? Profiting from nature and wildlife without reinvesting in place is equal to abuse of nature,” Kepher-Gona stated.

In the midst of the chaos and catastrophe, however, the true spirit of the Kenyan people has emerged—resilient, resourceful, and unwavering in the face of adversity both in the Mara and other regions, such as Nairobi, Nakuru, Kisumum, and Kiambu.

The region’s stakeholders, too, have joined forces to get the message out that the entire Masai Mara is not engulfed in floods, and representatives of the travel sector are encouraging visitors to still come and experience the destination. While it is expected that the floods will definitely have a negative effect on this year’s high season, which runs from July through October, especially since some camps and lodges were destroyed, most are working day and night to ensure that accommodations and services will be back up and running well before then.

“The whole experience reveals the power of nature, and travelers can still experience this when they tour the destination this year. We are working round the clock to ensure that we have a new camp before the high season,” said Valery Joanne Super, cofounder and chief executive officer of Emboo Camps , which is one of the camps hit by the floods .

How to help Kenya right now

There are many organizations, both local and international, that are supporting the flood victims in Kenya. Here are some of them.

The Kenya Red Cross

To donate: Redcross.or.ke

The Kenya Red Cross has launched an emergency appeal for both food and nonfood contributions to families that have been affected by the floods. The Red Cross team is assisting by ensuring prompt emergency responses, conducting search and rescue missions, providing shelter kits, and seeing that essential supplies reach the people affected.

Savage Wilderness

To donate: SavageWilderness.org

Using their swift water rescue skills, James Savage of Savage Wilderness and his team have the experience, qualifications, and equipment to help people who need to be evacuated in floods. Donations will assist greatly in ensuring that the victims are evacuated to a safe place.

Mathare Social Justice Center

To donate: MathareSocialJustice.org

This is a community-based organization in Mathare in Nairobi that fights for social justice and human rights documentation. During this period, it has been supporting flood victims in informal settlements. These people often live in deplorable housing conditions with inadequate access to safe water to drink and poor sanitation.

Rotary Club International

To donate: RotaryNairobi.org

Through their various local branches, the organization is ensuring that the affected are assisted by donating food, clothing, and bedding.

Ethel Foundation for the Aged

To donate: EthelFoundation.or.ke

This foundation was established to ensure that the elderly live a dignified life free from abuse and neglect. Times of crisis such as floods reveal how vulnerable such communities are, and the foundation is ensuring that the elderly are receiving assistance, such as food, clothing, and shelter.

Team Pankaj Foundation

To donate: M-Changa Africa

In conjunction with Masai Mara Association, the Narok County Government and the Kenya Tourism Board, the foundation is distributing relief packs, which include mattresses, blankets, and food hampers to families that have been affected by the floods in the Mara.

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A horse riding safari in the Masai Mara is everything an adventure holiday should be – exhilarating riding, professional guides, wildlife encounters that will take your breath away and an authentic bush experience. This is one horse safari that will leave you on a high, wanting to go again and again! This horse-riding adventure in Kenya’s Masai Mara offers some of the best game viewing on the planet, with the backdrop of one of Africa’s most iconic landscapes – the endless and beautiful savannah. With sunsets like no other and vast plains to race across, you will not be disappointed mounting up here and taking on the Masai Mara on horseback.

This horseback adventure will have your heart racing as you encounter elephants, buffalos, giraffes and often big cats like lions and cheetahs on horseback. And when the migration arrives, it gives you the once-in-a-lifetime experience of cantering alongside herds of wildebeest and zebra, as you navigate the Mara with a mobile tented camp in convoy. Led by a private and expert guide you will spend 8 days exploring this beautiful part of the world, moving camp four times, with the help of a team who will set out ahead of you and have the next camp set up and a cold beverage waiting on arrival. There’s something unbeatable about evenings around the campfire after the day’s adventure. Glowing with exhilaration, enjoying an iced drink and wondering what adventure tomorrow holds. Game drives, night drives and bush walks are all available for non-riding companions or for anybody who would like a break from the saddle.

This ride covers over 250km of the Masai Mara and takes you through areas where you’ll encounter big game and is therefore not suitable for inexperienced riders. For experienced riders there is simply no better way to explore this breathtaking landscape, and all its animal encounters, than from the back of a well-schooled and fit horse. Riders need to be confident to ride from camp to camp across varied terrain where they can meet the unexpected at any turn, spending up to 7 hours in the saddle each day. Remember to come riding fit as this incredible landscape offers long exhilarating canters and the pace is often fast – Pure freedom!

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There are a number of set departures each year with a minimum of 5 riders and a maximum of 12 riders. Rides require at least 5 riders to confirm, however almost always do. Should you wish to travel in July, August, September and October we recommend booking a minimum of 6 months in advance as these rides coincide with the annual wildebeest migration and fill up quickly.

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We can arrange your stay and associated transfers if you need to overnight in Nairobi before your safari. Costs depend on the hotel chosen

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

  • The unparalleled experience of riding and cantering alongside wildlife in one of Africa’s most impressive settings
  • Exploring some of Africa’s most iconic scenery with spectacular sunsets and sweeping views.
  • The migration is something that draws many to Kenya’s Masai Mara. From July to October, this ride offers the chance to ride alongside thousands upon thousands of wildebeest and zebra
  • The chance to encounter big cats on horseback – The pride of lions is used to horses, making close encounters both breathtaking and heart-stopping!
  • The excitement of crossing the Mara River whilst hippos watch on

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” We have been on a paradise planet for 2 weeks, every single second has been absolutely amazing! Huge thanks to you, you were since day 1 super helpful and incredibly well organized, this exactly what you need when we (me) don't know anything about the country or places, cause it was our first time in Kenya and also first time on a Safari Horse Trip. It was also surprise for me, cause the places I have never been. I must say you have done amazingly well, all the places you choose were just perfect. We really enjoy the safari trip with Simon and Daisy they are incredible people, and the horses were just top top top, super unique experience. We saw more wildlife than I would have even dreamed of – so many incredible memories! And Lewa Wilderness it totally from another planet, the people are soooo friendly, the place is just incredible, we absolutely love everything. Manda Bay was also a great way to finish our 2-week trip and celebrate our new engagement! We were so impress with the trip that we are on count down for our next trip, may be next year! Charly Martin Masai Mara Horse Safari and beyond, Kenya

SAMPLE ITINERARY

Please note that this is a sample itinerary and therefore may change depending on the weather at the time, wildlife movements etc and the order of the camps is not guaranteed. You will either be riding from East to West, or West to East, meaning you may ride the following sample itinerary in reverse. The following route is for East to West. Any changes will however always be made with your best interests and safety at the heart.

Tailor-made safaris are available on request.

DAY 1: ARRIVAL, FLIGHT INTO THE MARA & EVENING RIDE

You will be met either at your hotel in Nairobi or from Jomo Kenyatta airport and transferred to Wilson Airport for your light charter flight to the Mara North Airstrip. The flight is a special experience in itself with stunning views of the Kikuyu Highlands and on towards the Great Rift Valley. Once over the Rift Valley, the Loita Hills will start to come into view as you head for the airstrip where you will be welcomed by your guide.

Hop onto a vehicle for your first game drive – about an hour transfer to the camp. Pulling into a clearing in amongst the acacia trees, you will find your private camp nestled on the banks of the Mara River. You will be welcomed by a cold drink and experience your first taste of delicious ‘bush cuisine’ as lunch is served.

After lunch, get settled in before meeting the horses and climbing aboard for your first evening ride as the sun starts to sink lower in the sky. You will return to camp for your first dinner as a group and a chance to get to know your fellow riders. The camp is situated near some pools, ideal for hippo wallowing and many of these mighty beasts will be heard grunting in the night!

DAY 2: MORNING RIDE, GAME DRIVE & VILLAGE VISIT

After waking up to your first dawn chorus and beautifully crisp African morning, you will be served cofffee in your tent before mounting up for your first ride. The ride will take you across the vast landscape full of exciting game to investigate, before returning to camp for breakfast. After breakfast hop into the game drive vehicle. Driving provides incredible photographic opportunities as you get some very close encounters with the big cats. You will return in time for lunch and a siesta.

The walk up Oloiburmut offers stunning views across the plains. Enjoy lunch and an afternoon nap back at camp, before visiting the local Masai village.

DAY 3: OLARE LAMUN TO OLARE OROK

Today marks the first moving day. With any first-day nerves well in the past, set out after an early breakfast. The ride offers spectacular scenery of sweeping savannah plains, a chance for some faster riding, and game often becoming more plentiful as you approach the Mara ecosystem. Herds of zebra, topi, giraffe, wildebeest and gazelle are commonly seen and there is a good chance of elephant and buffalo sightings as well, so keep your eyes peeled! You’ll get the chance to cross the Mara River (always exhilarating with the hippos watching!) before meeting up with one of the vehicles for a picnic lunch. Both riders and horses have the chance for a break under the shade of the trees before riding onwards to the next camp.

In the afternoon, you’ll reach the camp on the edge of the Masai Game Reserve on the Olare Orok lugga. The game viewing is excellent and as you’re lying tucked up at night you are likely to hear the pride of lion and hyena calling.

DAY 4: OLARE OROK CAMP

After breakfast, ride out from camp to explore the surrounding area and cross the river once more. Providing the river is not in complete flood then you will make a crossing at one of the famous wildebeest crossings – A thrilling experience with hippos watching from a distance. Riding in a westerly direction, you’ll descend into the Olare Orok Valley. This scenic valley is often filled with herds of zebra, wildebeest and giraffe and provides the perfect spot for a picnic lunch. Ride into camp in time for tea and a warm shower. In the evening, there might be time for a game drive to get up close and personal with the lion and elephant and take advantage of the excellent photographic opportunity.

Return to camp for dinner and sit around the campfire, listening to the sounds of the bush before tucking into bed.

DAY 5: TO THE ESCARPMENT

Set out this morning along for the longest journey of the trip – nearly 50km! Enjoy breakfast on the go, taking in the spectacular views. Then mount up again, and enjoy some faster riding across the open plains. The Mara birdlife is excellent and you will hopefully catch sight of the beautiful Schalow’s Turaco alongside all the plains game.

The ride offers spectacular scenery of sweeping savannah plains, a chance for some faster riding, and game often becoming more plentiful as you approach the Mara ecosystem. Herds of zebra, topi, giraffe, wildebeest and gazelle are commonly seen and there is a good chance of elephant and buffalo sightings as well, so keep your eyes peeled! You’ll get the chance to cross the Mara River (always exhilarating with the hippos watching!) before meeting up with one of the vehicles for a picnic lunch. Both riders and horses have the chance for a break under the shade of the trees before riding onwards to the next camp.

Tonight’s camp is on the edge of the Soit Olololol Escarpment, set in an idyllic forest glade with views stretching across the vast swathes of the Mara.

DAY 6: MARA RIVER CAMP

After an early morning wake-up call, set off for a ride in the warm morning light. This is your last moving day as you descend the escarpment and ride through the Triangle once more to the same wildebeest crossing on the river. You’ll head in a north westerly direction and after lunch you will find your final campsite set up on the banks of the Mara River. Close by there are some hippo pools and their grunting at night is a special feature of this camp.

DAY 7: MARA RIVER CAMP

Today you’ll have a full day of exploring this incredible area on horseback, by vehicle or on foot. You will have excellent photo opportunities with the Offbeat pride of lions often found in this area. Cheetahs are often spotted on the tall termite mounds, and herds of elephants and buffalo roam this valley. You might even get the chance to drive to one of the nearby crossings and witness the herds of wildebeest forging the river, complete with all the National Geographic worthy drama (This is never guaranteed as wildlife movements are completely sporadic).

Following sundowners and enjoy another candlelit supper. Before bed you might want to sit out around the campfire and take in stars like you won’t see anywhere else in the world.

DAY 8: DEPARTURE DAY

Enjoy a last morning ride before saying goodbye to the horses. After a final breakfast, you will be driven to the airstrip and fly back to Nairobi, landing at Wilson Airport around noon. We will organise a transfer to pick you up and either take you around Nairobi to do some shopping/visits, or to a hotel day room, before taking you on to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in time for your evening flight home, or your onward destination.

THE ACCOMMODATION

Mobile tented camp.

Over the week’s adventure, you will camp in four different locations. A team will move the mobile camp ahead of your arrival at each destination and the camp will be set up by the time you arrive in the afternoon. All your luggage and belongings will also be transferred by vehicle.

Spacious, walk-in double safari tents are used with comfortable beds, tables, chairs and linen provided. Each tent has its own long drop toilet and there are three hot bucket showers per camp. There is a main mess tent where meals will be taken and this will act as the central point with your sleeper tents spaced out and surrounding it.

THE DESTINATION

The Masai Mara is situated in south-west Kenya and is one of Africa’s greatest treasures. Together with the Serengeti National Park it provides an important sanctuary for some of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife. The Mara has one of the most diverse eco-systems in Africa, with over 95 species of mammals and over 570 recorded species of birds. The Masai Mara National Reserve covers 1510sqkm and is 1500 – 2170metres above sea level.

The Mara has a magic that is very difficult to rival; this true African bush, with its wide open plains and teeming wildlife, will form the idyllic setting for an unforgettable ride of a lifetime.

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Our horseback adventures are hand-picked for their quality and care of their horses. Here’s how the horses in Kenya are kept in tip-top shape for your safaris. The horses are on top of the hierarchy and receive very special care:

  • Tack is fitted before each safari and regularly checked to ensure comfort
  • The horses well-being is checked morning and evening and monitored throughout the day on Safari.
  • Guides carry veterinary supplies in saddle bags at all times and all grooms are trained with basic veterinary practices such as stitching, bandaging and injecting
  • Horses are rotated on and off safari so that they are well rested
  • They are fed 3-4 meals a day with access to water and hay throughout the night
  • The horses are groomed daily and feet are checked by a qualified farrier while on safari
  • The horses are tied up on picket line at night and there are 2 night watchmen who stay up all night with the herd to ensure their safety

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    Why. The Masai Mara National Park is one of the world's greatest safari destinations, sharing unfenced borders with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, and encompassing endless rolling plains, breathtaking scenery, and an abundance of wildlife.The Mara offers unrivalled views of the world's greatest migration - a wildlife spectacle of over 1.5 million wildebeest moving in a circular ...

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    The fact that Kenya is home to the original safari and the Masai Mara is the epicenter of the industry should come as no surprise. Located in the Southwest of Kenya the 1,510 square km Masai Mara National Reserve is home to an abundance of game including the seasonal wildebeest migration. The migration is the greatest wildlife spectacle on ...

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    The Masai Mara is one of Africa's top wildlife destinations and Kenya's flagship conservation area. It offers excellent year-round game viewing thanks to its diverse population of game like elephant, buffalo, zebra, giraffe, hyena, eland, gazelle, and the Mara's famous big cats. Finding lions with Naibor Camp.

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    The best time to visit Masai Mara National Reserve is during the Dry season from June to October. At this time, animals draw near to rivers and waterholes and vegetation is thinner, making wildlife easier to find and to see. During the rains (especially March, April, November and December), some driving tracks can be difficult to navigate.

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    This iconic reserve is named after the Maasai people, an ancient tribe that still call this wild landscape home. This national reserve neighbours the abundant Serengeti along the border of Tanzania and is known for being one of the best safari destinations in Africa to see big cats and other members of the Big Five. The Mara is world famous for its vast assemblages of wildebeest as they embark ...

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