The 7 days Maasai Mara Serengeti Safari lets you experience the rich Kenyan heritage across the rift valley to the wildlife of the mighty Maasai Mara Game reserve for 2 nights. Maasai Mara extends southwards to the mighty Serengeti national park located in Tanzania and this is where the spectacular migration of wildebeest is sited annually. At Serengeti, you enjoy spotting the big five and other animals spending the night for 2 nights. The trip proceeds to one of the world’s largest calderas, the Ngorongoro crater under a conservation that holds the natural wildlife of Africa. On the 7th day, the trip ends with a departure for the JKIA for a flight back.
Day 1. Nairobi
On arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA), clear with the immigration formalities. On clearance, you will be met by one of our staff to welcome and transfer you to a hotel for your stay.
Day 2. Nairobi – Maasai Mara
An early morning breakfast and depart for Maasai Mara, lunch en-route arriving at the Mara on late afternoon. On arrival, check-in with your Lodge or camp for an afternoon relaxation in the wild. An evening game drive can be offered on early arrival. In terms of Flora and Fauna, Maasai Mara Game reserve holds one of the world’s spectacular ecosystems renowned for its annual wildebeest migration across river Mara to Serengeti. There is an exceptional population of the Big cats, plenty of game and abundant birdlife. The game view will include over 450 species found in the ecosystem inclusive of the wildebeest, gazelles, Maasai giraffes, antelopes, the big five and birdlife. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge or Camp.
Day 3. Maasai Mara – Full Day
Enjoy your early morning breakfast for your first full day on the African wild. An early morning is always rewarding since the grazers and hunters enjoy their meals before the sun is hot. In this reserve, you will enjoy close-ups of the lions, leopard, cheetahs, elephants, the different types and kinds of antelopes, zebras, giraffes, the famous wildebeests, buffalos, wild dogs, hyenas, jackles and many more. Maasai Mara is well renowned for the World’s most spectacular wildebeest migration where close to 2Million wildebeests and zebras cross to and from the Serengeti via the Mara river for pasture and water. Back to your lodge or camp for lunch and to enjoy your afternoon at leisure. An evening game drive lets you bond with the natural Maasai Mara as the sun sets deep in the west. Dinner and overnight at the Lodge or Campsite.
- Maasai Mara – Serengeti
After an early breakfast, proceed to the mighty Serengeti through the Sirari / Isebania boarder. Serengeti is Africa’s largest national park which provides an exceptionally huge ecosystem with abundant in wildlife making it attain a recognition of one of the world heritage sites. It is Tanzania’s most famous and largest national park covering an area of 14,763 square kilometres which are fully protected. A shallow game drive with picnic lunch is viewed on the way as we proceed to your Lodge or Campsite. Spend your evening relaxing as you wait your dinner an overnight.
- Serengeti Full Day
Early morning breakfast followed by a full day game drive to give you a comprehensive insight of the savannah plains. Serengeti’s typography features rich treeless vast savannah plains with scattered acacia trees, scrubs, rocky outcrops, rivers, river line bushes and swamps honouring the park with variety of exquisite sceneries. The animal population is over 4 million, particularly the “Big Five”, other species including cheetahs, hyenas, African wild dogs, baboons, Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles, waterbucks, elands, Topi and more. The park is also a home to over 500 bird species including Kori bustard, ostrich, crowned crane, lovebirds, secretary bird, different species of vultures, martial eagles, different types of storks and a diverse number of vegetation and plant species. Dinner and overnight at the campsite or lodge.
- Serengeti – Ngorongoro
After an early morning breakfast, proceed to full day tour with a picnic lunch to the famous Ngorongoro crater in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA). The crater is also often referred as “Africa’s Eden” and it’s honoured as the 8th Natural Wonder of the World. Its definite world-class attraction makes it one of the main sites visited by tourists coming to Tanzania. The NCA was established in 1959 and later joined the UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 1979. The crater covers an area of 264Km2 with a diameter of 14.5Km and a depth of 2500ft making it one of the biggest caldera in the world which has been described as one of the most spectacular game hunts in Africa. The wildlife hosted includes animals such as the Big five, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard. Others include wildebeests, zebras, hyenas and more. There are also many species of birds including flamingos on the soda lake, vultures, storks, geese and more. Spend your evening at rest and overnight at your Lodge or Campsite.
- Fly Out