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Maasai Mara National Reserve – 4 Days Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru safari

Maasai Mara National Reserve – 4 Days Maasai Mara and Lake Nakuru safari

per person

Africa Safari Holiday Kenya

Kenya is one of the most popular destinations for African safaris, and for good reason. The country is home to some of the most iconic wildlife on the continent, including lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and buffalo. Kenya is also home to a variety of different landscapes, from the savannah grasslands of the Maasai Mara to the flamingo-filled lakes of Lake Nakuru National Park.

  • Departure
    Nairobi - Hotel or Airport
  • Departure Time
    Please arrive by 7:15 AM for a prompt departure at 7:30 AM.
  • Return Time
    Approximately 4:30 PM.
  • Included
    All game drives
    Bottled drinking water
    Park Fees
    Professional Guide
  • Not Included
    Airport Transfers
    Other personal items
    Travel insurance
    Visa fees (Where Applicable)

Day 1: Nairobi – Lake Nakuru

Pick up from your Nairobi hotel/Nairobi Airport early in the morning and drive to the Great Rift Valley viewing sceneries en route.  Arrive in time for lunch and check in at the booked lodge/camp. Afternoon game drive across Pink Lake which is often referred to due to its great masses of flamingos not forgetting the famous white Rhino and black rhino found in this park.  In the evening, proceed for dinner and overnight at the booked lodge or camp. Meals:  Lunch, Dinner

Where to stay

  • Punda Milias/ Sarova Woodlands/ Ziwa Bush Lodge
  • Flamingo Hill Tented Camp/Lake Nakuru Lodge/ Sarova Lion Hill
  • Cliff

Day 2: Lake Nakuru-Masai Mara

Early morning breakfast.  After breakfast leave Lake Nakuru for Masai Mara arriving in time for lunch.  Check in at the booked camp or lodge and have lunch.  Afternoon game drives through the park in search of lions,  cheetahs,  elephants,  buffalos, and other members of the Big Five. After the game drives, proceed for dinner and overnight at your booked camp or lodge. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Where to stay

  • Enkorok Mara/Mara Duma/AA Lodge Mara
  • Zebra Plains Mara Camp/Basecamp/Sekenani Lodge
  • Mara Serena/ Sarova Mara Camp/Ashnil Mara Camp

Day 3: Masai Mara

You will have two options. Have an early morning breakfast and leave with your packed lunch to spend the whole day viewing games and exploring maasai mara and come back early in the evening at around 4:00 PM. Or have an early cup of coffee and leave for an early morning game drive. Come back at around 8. 30 AM for a full breakfast then leave your camp/lodge with your packed lunch to spend the whole day viewing games and exploring Mara then come back early at around 4 PM. In between game drives, there is an optional visit to the Masai villages if clients so wish. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch.    


The Maasai Mara, a vast expanse of savannah in Kenya, is a realm of untamed beauty and wildlife drama. In the early morning light, a group of eager travelers embarked on a safari into this iconic wilderness. Their safari vehicle, with an experienced guide at the helm, meandered through the golden grasslands. Soon, they encountered the Mara River, where one of the world's most spectacular natural events was unfolding. A seemingly endless stream of wildebeest and zebras, driven by their primal instincts, braved the treacherous waters, battling currents and crocodile-infested depths in pursuit of greener pastures. It was the Great Migration, a breathtaking spectacle that humbled all who witnessed it. As the sun climbed higher, the travelers came across a magnificent pride of lions. Majestic and regal, they lounged beneath a lone acacia tree, casting lazy glances at the passing safari-goers. Nearby, a cheetah, slender and swift, was seen on the prowl, its keen eyes locked onto a herd of gazelles. The pulse-quickening chase that ensued was a reminder of the raw power and grace of nature. As the day drew to a close, the travelers gathered at a camp nestled in the heart of the Mara. They dined under the vast African sky, serenaded by the distant roars of lions. Around the campfire, tales of the day's adventures were shared, creating lasting memories under a canopy of stars. The Maasai Mara had once again proven why it was one of Africa's most iconic wildlife destinations, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of those who had ventured into its wild embrace.
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