Masai Mara is arguably the most famous and most celebrated game reserve in Africa and our 3 days Lodge Safari in Masai Mara is designed for those who are short of time or anyone who has a limited budget. The 3 days safari starts at Nairobi by road but you can also do the tour as a fly in Safari if you prefer that and have less driving.
Safari to Masai Mara National Reserve Can be done in a regular safari van or a 4×4 Land cruiser depending on your preferences and Budget. Please let us know what you prefer.
This safari can also be done as a 3 days Fly in Masai Mara Safari from Mombasa, Diani or Lamu Island at the Kenya Coast.
3 Days Masai Mara Lodge Wildlife Tour
This same Masai Mara Safari can be extended to up to 4 or 5 days depending on your preference and wishes. Please let us know by email and we shall get back to you as soon as possible with the best safari price.
The price for the safari is on request and it depends on which accommodations that you choose to use. You can stay at Standard luxury, Deluxe/Top end lodges or tented camps, or cheaper mid range lodging or even do the tour staying at budget lodges or tented camps available.
3 Days Masai Mara safari, What to see
Masai Mara is one small area where the abundance of wildlife is next to none. You expect to see a lot of animals and with some little luck you may spot all the safari Big Five namely; Elephant, Lion, Rhinos, Leopard and Buffalo. Masai Mara is also famous for large cats and you expect to see other cats like Cheetahs (fastest animals on earth) and you are lucky, you may witness the spectacular hunts by these beasts.
Masai Mara is famous for the annual wildebeests migration also referred to as the Great Migration, which has been recognised as one of the 7 wonders of the world. The best wildlife spectacle on earth, Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration sees more than 1.5 million herds of wildebeests accompanied by thousands of Zebras and thompson gazelles roam the wilderness covering thousands of kilometers from Southern Serengeti in Tanzania and ultimately covering the crocodile infested waters of Mara River.