This all-inclusive Masai Mara Safari in Kenya flies you straight to Masai Mara and back to Nairobi, cutting out the long road transfers on rough roads.
Spend five days exploring the wildlife-rich Masai Mara ecosystem on 4×4 game drives and bush walks. See an incredible abundance of wildlife in three private reserves and the Masai Mara National Reserve, embarking on game drives with highly-skilled guides in the mornings, afternoons, and at night. Also, enjoy sundowners and bush walks with Maasai guides in the unspoiled Ol Kinyei, Naboisho, and Olare Motorogi Conservancy areas, escaping the crowds.
Stay at intimate tented camps inside the scenic Ol Kinyei and Olare Motorogi Conservancy areas, experiencing a genuine African safari in Kenya.
Wildebeest Great Migration Explained
Please note that the Wildebeest Great Migration is seasonal. As a natural wildlife phenomenon, it is fluid and unpredictable. For this reason, seeing the Great Migration cannot be guaranteed.
The wildebeest and other wild herbivores migrate between Masai Mara in Kenya and Serengeti in Tanzania. These herds move in a massive circular route covering some 1200 miles (1931km). It is a continuous movement of wildlife that can be seen in different areas at different times of the year.
During certain phases of this annual trek the animals disperse or slow down, whilst at other times the migration picks up speed, with the herds becoming larger and denser. Not only does the Wildebeest Great Migration vary from place to place and season to season but the movement of these large wildlife herds varies from year to year.