Explore the Maasai Land

The Maasai people are generally pastoralists who have a rich culture and till date they are proud in their lifestyle and beliefs.

Many parts of the country have names that have originated from the Maasai People and thus a proof their movement has been evident all over the country.

Lake Elementaita is considered to be the smallest Lake of The Great Rift Valley as its size is merely 25sqkm but yet it’s home to water birds that are seen swimming or busking on the shores of the Lake.

The sleeping warrior is a great tale and the best way to hear more is when you are looking at it.

Maasai Mara is a derived from the Maa Language that means spotted , The Savannah grassland stretches as far as you eye can see but you will notice single trees that have created a spoted design on the grassland and thus the name.

Abundance of wildlife is spotted in large numbers and it’s considered to be a photographers haven.

All about the Explore the Maasai Land.

The Maasai people are generally pastoralists who have a rich culture and till date they are proud in their lifestyle and beliefs.

Many parts of the country have names that have originated from the Maasai People and thus a proof their movement has been evident all over the country.

Lake Elementaita is considered to be the smallest Lake of The Great Rift Valley as its size is merely 25sqkm but yet it’s home to water birds that are seen swimming or busking on the shores of the Lake.

The sleeping warrior is a great tale and the best way to hear more is when you are looking at it.

Maasai Mara is a derived from the Maa Language that means spotted , The Savannah grassland stretches as far as you eye can see but you will notice single trees that have created a spoted design on the grassland and thus the name.

Abundance of wildlife is spotted in large numbers and it’s considered to be a photographers haven.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Airport transfer
  • 01 Night Accommodation at Eka Hotel on a BB Basis
  • 03 Nights Accommodation at Safari Lodges on a FB Basis
  • Transport in a Mini Van
  • Game Drives
  • Park Entrance Fees
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Bottled mineral water
  • A boat ride at Lake Naivasha
  • A visit to a Maasai Village
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • Drinks
  • Any items of personal nature
  • Gratuities
  • Visa
  • International & Domestic flights
  • Travel Insurance for personal effects or any cancellations
  • Personal Health Insurance
  • Day Room in Nairobi on departure day
  1. Day 1 Nairobi – Arrival

    On arrival at JKI Airport , get your visa sorted with immigration and after that you will head to the baggage hall. A final clearance will be done by the Customs and do exit the building where our guide will be awaiting your arrival.
    A transfer will be arranged to the hotel for leisure.
    Overnight at Eka Hotel

  2. Day 2 Nairobi – Lake Elementaita

    Drive time : 3 hrs drive (Roundtrip)
    Distance : 150kms
    Breakfast will be served at 0730hrs.
    After a check out will be arranged then depart for Lake Elementaita.
    Enjoy a leisure drive and a brief stop will be made at Lake Naivasha to experience a boat safari as you track the fish eagle and watch the lazy hippos.
    Proceed with the journey arriving at the lodge in time for lunch and leisure.
    Dinner and Overnight at Sentrim Elementaita Lodge (B/L/D)

  3. Day 3 Lake Elementaita – Maasai Mara

    Drive Time : 5.5hrs drive
    Distance : 255kms
    Breakfast will be served at 0700hrs.
    Depart at 0730hrs for the world’s famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve.
    The drive will take you through dry lands and large wheat plantations.
    A stop will made at Narok for a break. This town is run by the local Maasai people and don’t be surprised to see cows walking around.
    The stretch from here to the Reserve is over a tarmac road and thereafter 70kms will be on a rough and bumpy track.
    You will arrive at the lodge in time for lunch and take a brief nap.
    Experience an evening game drive in search of The Big Five.
    Dinner and Overnight at Mara Base Camp (B/L/D)

  4. Day 4 Maasai Mara

    Breakfast will be served at 0630hrs.
    Enjoy a half day game drive in search of wildlife.
    Arrive at the lodge for lunch and leisure.
    At 1500hrs a guided walk safari will be arranged as you view wildlife on foot and a visit will be arranged to a Maasai Village to learn more about this unique tribe that co-exists freely wildlife.
    Return to the lodge for leisure.
    Dinner and Overnight at Mara Base Camp (B/L/D)

  5. Day 5 Maasai Mara – Nairobi

    Drive time : 5.5 hrs drive
    Distance : 280kms
    Breakfast will be served at 0730hrs.
    Depart for Nairobi.
    A scenic drive will be enjoyed and on arrival a transfer will be arranged to JKI Airport to board your flight back home. (B)

    End of Adventure

Hotels and Lodges

In this itinerary we have chosen to use the following hotels & lodges;

Eka Hotel

Eka hotel is a contemporary style hotel that provides all the comfort, convenience and efficiency to the discerning traveler. Ideally located along Mombasa road in Nairobi the capital city of Kenya, Eka Hotel has five meeting rooms designed to suit every occasion, complimented with stylish accommodation offering the best choice venue for your Business and Leisure stay.

Sentrim Elementaita Lodge

Sentrim Elementaita Lodge is the place for those seeking an exquisite getaway on the shores of Lake Elementaita. Sentrim Elementaita consists of 84 furnished guest rooms. The rooms are classified as follows: 10 deluxe cottages, 32 ground floor standard cottages, 16 upper floor standard cottages, 4 family houses each with two bedrooms and 18 standard rooms beneath the conference rooms. All the rooms are very well equipped for your entertainment, convenience, comfort and security. Pay TV channels are available from the two top providers in Kenya: Free & fast WIFI internet is also available. The rooms also have tea / coffee machines and mini fridge to serve you cold beverages.

Mara Base Camp

Basecamp Maasai Mara provides 12 spacious and luxurious tents, bordering the Maasai Mara National Reserve, hidden away under thatched roofs on a lush peninsula in the Talek River, with spectacular views of the savannah. You will have your own veranda overlooking the river, and the bathroom en suite with a hot solar heated shower open to the sky. Enjoy the amazing wildlife from the comfort of your tent, the fig-tree platform, or while lazing over a drink in the open-air bar.

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