Mara is one of the largest National parks and the most famous in Kenya. It is located southwestern Kenya. The locals call the place the Mara. It is named after the local inhabitants, the Maasai. Masai Mara Game Reserve is the northern continuation of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Being in the world records as the home of the seventh wonder of the world, it is famous for the annual wildebeest migration. Have a look at our 3 days Masai Mara Kenya Safari Package.

Day 1: Nairobi – Maasai Mara

Early morning we pick and Leave Nairobi for the Maasai Mara with a stop at the rift valley. Drive down the Rift valley and on to the Western walls with stopover at Narok for re-fuelling arriving in the Mara for lunch.Evenning game drive in the Mara popular for the big five. The team returns to Camp late in the evening just in time for dinner.A campfire gathering follows after dinner and overnight at Lodge/ Camp

  Day 2 Maasai (full day) 

A full day at the Maasai Mara game reserve driving across the plains in search of the big cats (black manned lions, Cheetahs and leopards with picnic lunch served at the Mara River site. Vast herds of wildebeest and zebra wander across the Mara grasslands in huge numbers during this period of the annual migrations take place, when millions of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle traverse the landscape to feed on the rich new grass. You also have a chance to see other plain game like the Topi, hartebeest, Eland, driving but and you can take a nature walk or visit the Maasai village. Dinner and overnight at Lodge/ Camp

  Day 3 Maasai Mara-Nakuru 

Early morning game drives before coming for breakfast at the Camp and leave for Nakuru with lunch on the way.  You will arrive late afternoon. Dinner and overnight at. Lodge/Hotel

Day4: Lake Nakuru- Nairobi

Early morning after breakfast proceed for game drive in Lake Nakuru Nakuru is the home to the White rhinos and has tens of Black rhinos too. Lake Nakuru National park known for its millions of flamingoes and other water birds like the Pelicans and Cormorants. No wonder Americas finest photographer. .... Once referred to by Roger Tory Peterson as the "greatest bird spectacle in the world" for its seasonally large concentrations of greater and lesser flamingos, Lake Nakuru boasts some 600-bird species,  It is also a designated rhino sanctuary, as well as home to other rare wildlife species. Later drive back to Nairobi lunch enroute