Book Your 2021 Trip To the Masai Mara
Voted the 8th Wonder of the World in 2007 for being home to the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth, the Masai Mara Game Reserve stands tall as the most popular tourist destination in Africa. The vast wilderness is home to the famous wildebeest migration, which is an endless swarm of 1.5 million wildebeests and zebras crossing the Mara and Gujarati rivers.
The annual spectacle takes place in the months of June to December and attracts thousands of curious tourists looking to witness a true marvel of nature. In 2021, with vaccination rates picking even in Kenya, our top-rated luxury tour company offers you a front-row seat to the harrowing journey.
The next part of the tour takes you from Masai Mara to the Great Rift Valley. The rift is a massive picturesque 7000 KM geographical feature unique to East Africa. Your first stop shall be at Lake Naivasha and Hells Gates National Parks. Check-in will be at the Sopa Lodge Naivasha, you will arrive around time for lunch. Later in the afternoon, you will go for a game drive with a visit to Hells Gate National Park which allows walking safari, Hiking, Bicycling ride, Rock climbing, and photography of wildlife, and a visit to a geothermal power plant. Later dinner and overnight at Sopa Lodge Naivasha.
Day 4 involves an early morning breakfast. After breakfast we shall leave Lake Naivasha for Amboseli National Park, a 5-hour drive to Amboseli park, there will be a stop to view the great rift valley scenery as you proceed for Amboseli National Park which lies at the floors of Mount Kilimanjaro. you will arrive with a short game drive proceeding to your lodge for check inn and have lunch. Check-in at Oltukai Lodge. Later afternoon more game drive, Mount Kilimanjaro offers scenic backgrounds for photography. You will find Elephants, Lions, Cheetah, Buffalo can be seen in the swamp area. later dinner and overnight at your Oltukai Lodge.
The theme of day five is Amboseli – Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary. The Taita Hills Wildlife sanctuary is a privately-owned wildlife sanctuary next to the Tsavo West National Park. The Sanctuary offers refuge to a variety of birds and wildlife including the African bush elephant, an animal that faces the constant threat of poaching.
The last day of the tour will take you to the coastal town of Mombasa a 4 and half hour drive from the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary. We will drop you either North coast Mombasa or drop you off at Diani South coast Mombasa to your respective hotel or Airport.