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Experience the Wonders of the Wilderness in this adventure-filled 4 days Masai Mara Safari to Mara Naboisho Conservancy. With its high concentration of wildlife, and generous personal space and freedom on offer, visitors enjoy exceptional wildlife encounters. Enjoy guided walking safaris and night game drives.
Immerse yourself in the African bush while enjoying wold class dining under the African skies.
THINGS TO DO IN MASAI MARA
Maasai Mara Game Reserve is a great wildlife destination located on the floor of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley. It is famous for its exceptional wildlife that includes high densities of lion prides, leopards, cheetah and the great annual migration of wildebeest, zebras, and Thomson’s gazelles, from the Serengeti between July and October.
Exploring Masai Mara through the Basecamp allows our guests to experience a variety of different safari activities to make their trips even more memorable. The interesting activities to take part in while at the Masai Mara include:
- GAME DRIVES:A game drive is an adventure that entails viewing wildlife in the comfort of a 4×4 open Land Rover which accommodates 4 to 6 people, a sure way to give you that classical safari feeling. Safari game drives are one of the most popular ways to see wildlife in the Masai Mara.
- WALKING SAFARIS: A walking safari is an adventurous activity where guests embark on slow paced, guided walks with the primary objective to explore different wildlife species along the bush. The small details that are overlooked on game drives become more apparent from the slower pace and lower angle of being on foot.
- SUNDOWNER: A sundowner is simply a ‘happy hour’ during sunset over the African Bush. As you round off your Afternoon adventure, your game drive will be spiced with a Basecamp Sundowner.
- BUSH DINING: A bush dinner is considered dining under the African stars. At Basecamp we organize bush dinners to take place in scenic locations within the Mara plains.Bush dining is quite an exciting experience, whether it is by the river’s edge where the hippos are grunting or on the plains with unlimited views of the big game. Normally, the bush dinner will starts with the setting of the sun. Our guests will find that a table and chairs have already been set up and that a campfire, lanterns, and bush kitchen await.
- MASAI COMMUNITY VISITS: A community visit is a cultural tour where guests have an opportunity to meet local people and enjoying the cross-cultural interaction.During the community walk, you visit places like the local schools, health centers, homesteads as well as the market. In addition, you’ll learn about ancient traditions as well as contemporary struggles and adaptations to modern life.
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