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Explore the legendary Maasai Mara during the Annual Great Migration, one of the greatest wildlife spectacles in the world.
Journey on this 5-day / 7-day safari and encounter the diverse wildlife that abounds alongside accredited local KPSGA safari guides and acclaimed Kenyan photographer Neil Thomas and Australian wildlife photographer Bee-Elle, who will provide guidance for guests wishing to focus on their photography. Stay comfortably in a permanent tented camp with rustic charm along the Olare Orok River, experience the less-travelled areas of the Maasai Mara, easily access the river crossing points and enjoy intimate encounters with the incredibly diverse wildlife.
Departing 16th and 22nd of September, 2017.
Small Group Travel
Unlimited game drives with qualified English-speaking KPSGA local safari guides
Photographic guidance for guests wishing to focus on their photography
4x4 Landcruisers for all game drives and transfers from hotel/airport
4 nights stay for 5-day safari; 6 nights for 7-day safari in permanent tents at Speke's Camp
All meals inclusive of breakfast, lunch and dinner. All drinks including beer, wine and spirits, and bottled water and snacks on safari.
All park entrance fees
Flying ambulance cover
Maximum 14 guests
16 - 20 September 2017; 22 - 28 September 2017
An exclusive and intimate camp set in a private area of the legendary Maasai Mara, this permanent tented camp is styled with rustic charm and provides the creature comforts that make you feel at home in the bush.
With 8 permanent private tents, all privately en-suited with hot showers and flushing toilets and natural-styled furniture, this camp provides a casual and homely feel that will delight and makes for a perfect base for any Maasai Mara safari.
The bar area adjoins with the stylish lounge with a library and an area to wind down. The dining tent provides an intimate and relaxing area and an additional tent is dedicated to photographers wishing to download and process their images.
Situated near the Olare Orok river and with overhanging indigenous trees, the solar-powered camp is run by friendly and professional staff from the surrounding areas, empowering communities and contributing to the conservation and management of the Maasai Mara.
With resident lions and elephants, experience a less-travelled area of this incredible reserve, which makes for a more private journey, and easily access the rest of the park including the dramatic crossings of the Mara River during the Great Wildebeest Migration season.
"Nature is not a place to visit- it is home."
- Gary Synder
The Maasai Mara is one of the finest wildlife destinations in the world, offering spectacular scenery and superb wildlife viewing.
Mara, in the Maa language, means spotted, or dotted, referring to the iconic lone acacia trees that are found dotted across the savannah. Located at the northern region of the Serengeti Ecosystem, the land is characterised by endless plains, expansive grasslands and an incredibly diverse range of wildlife.
The premier reserve supports one of the highest concentrations of wildlife, particularly the large cat predators such as the lion, cheetah and leopard and provides some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities. There is an excellent chance of seeing elephant, buffalo, rhino, zebra, giraffe and other mammals and herbivores, as well a diverse range of birdlife, including large birds of prey that soar in the skies.
The Maasai Mara hosts one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles: the annual great migration of over 2 million animals with incredible and dramatic river crossings of wildebeest at the Mara River.
Located in Maasai land, in the scenic Great Rift Valley, this world-class reserve is rich with breathtaking scenery and beautiful panoramas, and has been made famous by many BBC and National Geographic documentaries, which also makes this park one of the top destinations in the world for wildlife viewing and photography.
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