Day 1 ( 22 Feb 2024 ) - Land at Jomo kenyatta airport, Nairobi. our journey begins with the drive to Masai Mara and reaching our camp by Afternoon. After checkin and post lunch, proceed for your first game drive in the evening. Return to the camp by 18:30, relax and post dinner, retire.
Day 2 ( 23 Feb )– Early wakeup, out of the camp and into the jungle by 5:45 to explore one of the greatest parks in the world through morning and evening game drives. Our focus will be on the big cats of the Mara. See the BiG 5 of Africa. The Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Cape Buffalo. You can also take an optional hot air balloon ride to get an aerial view of the Mara.
Day 3 & 4 ( 24 - 25 Feb) – An entire day of game drive awaits you in the Mara. From Sunrise to sunset, explore the wilderness in different vast areas of Mara
Day 5 ( 26 Feb )- Post breakfast, checkout and enjoy your last morning game drive in the park enroute to Naroibi.
On arrival transfer to Jomo Kenyatta airport for onward international departures.
Wildlife Photography training for the interested participants will be provided.
4 nights stay at Camp – Full board accomodation at Olgatuni camp ( Camp located inside the reserve ).
All airport and road transfers. Road trips from Nairobi to Masai Mara and back.
All park fees and game drives in 4 x 4 Safari Landcruisers escorted by qualified guides.
Cost does not include cost of international flights, visas, insurance of any kind etc or anything not mentioned in the itinerary.
Please note that oral polio and yellow fever vaccination is mandatory for entry into Kenya. ( In Kuwait , this can be availed at MOH, ports and borders division, Shuwaikh )
Optional balloon safari can be arranged at an extra cost of approx $450 per person.
Additional stay in Nairobi can be organized at an extra cost.
Tour Price -As Below . No single supplement, up to 12 guests per batch.
Adults - $1650 (Ex – Nairobi), Excluding international air ticket and visa.
Children 11 and below - $1000
40% to be paid upon reserving trip (Non - Refundable)
Can be paid in installments, last being 30th of January 2024
For group discounts (+8pax) special prices available
Masai Mara National Game Reserve
Situated near Narok in Kenya, Masai Mara is arguably the most famous game reserve on the planet. It forms the most spectacular ecosystem of Africa and is named in the honour of Maasai people who are original inhabitants of the area. The word ‘mara’ means spotted denoting trees, savanna and cloud shadows that characterize the area.
The park is situated on a rift valley. It is bounded by the Serengeti Park to the south, the Siria escarpment to the west, and Masai pastoral ranches to the north, east and west. The reserve is characterized by open grassland dotted by seasonally rivulets. The Sand, Talek and Mara River meander through the reserve. In the periphery of national reserve, there are many private conservancies. These are privately owned lands which also have wildlife, and these conservancies have their own set of properties. Colloquially by “Masai Mara” people mean the National reserve. Olgatuni camp is located inside the national reserve, right in the heart of the reserve, which is possibly the richest patch of wildlife in the Mara ecosystem with territories of two Lion prides overlapping with the camp, a pool of Hippopotami adjacent to the camp and our own resident Leopard Bahati which is often seen across the camp on a particular tree. The river crossing points and two famous Cheetah family territories are 10-15 minutes away, and so is Olkiambo airstrip.
The park shelters unique fauna including lion, leopard, cheetah, serval, hyena, bat-eared foxes, black-backed and side-striped jackals, giraffe, hippo, crocodile, baboons, warthog, topi, eland, Thompson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle, impala, waterbuck, oribi, reed-buck, and zebra. Hippopotamus and crocodiles are found in Mara and Talek Rivers. About 470 species of birds have been identified at the park such as vultures, marabou storks, secretary birds, hornbills, crowned cranes, ostriches, long-crested eagles, African pygmy-falcons and the lilac-breasted roller
Being at an average elevation of 1500-1800 metres, the Mara has a pleasant climate all-round the year, with temperatures ranging from 12 Degrees to 27 Degrees for most days of the year. No camp including ourselves have Air Conditioners as we do not need them here in the Mara. However the being near the equator the Sunrays can be strong so come with Sun screen lotions.
The best way to see the wildlife of this amazing eco-system is by game drives in 4×4 land cruiser vehicles, accompanied by our silver-rated Masai guides for whom the park is their backyard. Spend at least a few days in this unique wilderness hotspot and let the savannahs reveal their secrets to you. Seeing the big cats and most common animals is easy, it is only when you spend some time with our expert naturalist guiding you, you get to experience the rare animal instincts of survival, rivalry, love, etc. These are moments to be cherished for a lifetime.
Another interesting way to see the savannahs is from the skies, on a balloon safari. Typically these are 45 minute ride in a hot air balloon shared between 8-15 people, and the balloon cruises gently over the great plains of the Mara. The ride is followed by a champagne bush breakfast and a certificate for all participants.
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The tents at Olgatuni are an epitome of rusticity, drenched in the aroma of an authentic Mara experience. Living within the wilderness of the savannahs is an unforgettable experience, and Olgatuni ensures that you get as close to nature as it can get!
The tents are facilitated with plush beds in different sizes, fresh towels and slippers, shower cubicles with earthen designs and fittings, and availability of hot water as requested. Each tent has a zip enclosure which operates from inside as well as outside the tent.
After a full day of safaris and exploration, when you go to rest for the night, you will sleep to the music of Nature – of lions roaring and hyenas laughing, a reminiscence in the might of wildlife.
Olgatuni sits in the middle of the savannahs and at a stone’s throw distance from the territories of two big lion prides, one leopard, a pool of hippopotami and elephants. You will be staying within the richest patch of wildlife in Maasai Mara. Olgatuni comes with a resident leopard – the infamous Bahati, who stays on a tree right across the camp!
We have 10 twin sharing tents and 4 family tents available. The twin sharing tents come with one large queen bed and one single bed and can accommodate up to 3 people. The family tents come with three beds and are good for 3 to 4 people.
The double canopied roof is weatherproof and heat resistant
Twin bed option available
Outside dining can be arranged on the private courtyard
Running hot and cold water
24 hours electricity
Expert local Safari Guides
4WD open sided safari vehicles. A maximum of 4 guests per vehicle.
Day game drives
Sundowners ( Optional )
Cultural visits ( Optional )
Lectures on Maasai culture by our resident naturalist.
Entertainment by local Maasai warriors.