Masai Mara Lower Budget Safari

Departure city: Nairobi, Kenya

Accommodation: Budget | National Parks: Masai Mara | Special Interest: Wildlife Safari

Valid: All year round

only$ 259

* based on 6 participants

This safari features three days and two nights from Nairobi to Masai Mara. This is a gem for any traveller because you will see large numbers of wildlife in their natural habitat. This is also an excellent tour for bird watchers.

Day 1: Nairobi To Masai Mara (L, D)

Depart from Nairobi in the morning and drive along the Rift valley to Masai Mara. Arrive in time for lunch, check in, relax, and then go for an evening game drive at 4:30pm. Return to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 2: Masai Mara (B,L,D)

After breakfast, Leave for a full day game drive at the Masai Mara game reserve where you will get a chance to see the ‘Big Five’; Lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant. Afterwards, you will return to the lodge for dinner and overnight stay.

Day 3: Masai Mara to Nairobi (B)

Wake up for an early breakfast. Check out of the lodge and embark on your journey to Nairobi. You will stop for your choice of lunch along the way, and then arrive in Nairobi in late afternoon. Stay overnight at Nairobi Hotel or catch home flight

Lenchada Tourist Camp

Lenchada Tourist Camp is a budget safari camp just outside the gates of the Masai Mara Game reserve, regarded as one of the wildlife jewels in Kenya. The camp is built with all the comforts of home, including solar-heated showers, bed with pillows, sheets, blankets and mosquito nets. Additionally, as a backup, a standby generator that supplies lights and refrigeration for the dining area allows cellphones and digital cameras to be recharged.

The Camp is surrounded by a natural environment, waking up to bird twittering and roaring of lions, hyena’s monkeys drama in the bush around. The camp charms guests with its warm welcome and rests along a stream valley overlooking picturesque hills and rolling plains of Oloolaimutia in Mara National Game Reserve.

Price of the entire trip: $ 259 with 6 people onboard.
Gather your friends or join with other travellers on this trip to bring the price down!

Terms & Conditions:

  • A better price for everyone! Get a refund for every additional traveller joining your trip.
  • The overall rate of this trip, with every additional passenger, gradually decreases
  • The maximum capacity of this trip is 6 people

This trip is inclusive of:

  • Accommodation as per itinerary
  • Meals as per itinerary (B=breakfast, L=lunch, D=dinner)
  • Professional guide
  • Small-group tour
  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan

This trip is exclusive of:

  • Hotel/port pickup and drop-off
  • Alcoholic drinks (available to purchase)
  • Gratuities (recommended)
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)
  • Laundry
  • International flights
  • Park entrance fees – 80 USD per person per day

Masai Mara

Mara means “mottled”, which is how the Masai gave it its name due to its expansive open plains mottled with woodlands. Situated in the Great Rift Valley, the Masai Mara is proudly Kenya’s largest national reserve with an area of 320 square km.

Although it is actually the northernmost part of a larger ecosystem encompassing Kenya’s Loita plains and Tanzania’s Serengeti, which makes up a total of 25,000 square km. The largest river, the Mara River, runs north to south through the reserve, towards Lake Victoria through Tanzania. That being said, wildlife is bountiful in the area, game viewing is exciting any time throughout the year – Although the peak is during the annual wildebeest migration from July to October.

There is a large number of other plains game include zebras, different species of antelopes, giraffes and warthog, which are residents of the are all year round. The Mara is a perfect kingdom for the lions but there are also smaller predators such as cheetahs, hyenas and jackals that roam the Mara area.

Another natural inhabitant is, of course, the Masai people. A semi-nomadic ethnic group known as fierce warriors and have largely remained very independent, staying strong to their traditional values and lifestyle. The Maasai never hunt, but live peacefully alongside the wildlife in harmony, this co-existence makes the Masai Mara one of the world’s most interesting and unique wilderness regions.