2 Days Air Safari Masai Mara, Oloshaiki Camp


Early morning transfer to the airstrip Ukunda for your flight at 08.00 a.m. to Masai Mara.The flight takes appr. Two hours. On the way you fly past the Chyulu Hills; may see Mount Kilimanjaro to your left; and fly over the Great Rift Valley Before landing in the Mara. On arrival your driver and a camp’s vehicle are waiting for you for your first game drive until you reach the camp. After check-in you have time to relax and enjoy the scenic beauty and magnificent landscape. Lunch is served at the camp. At around 3:30 p.m. your driver will take you for your afternoon game drive. The Mara is spec- tacularly rich in game and with the expe- rience of your safari driver you are
most likely to spot the BIG FIVE: elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino.
Fullboard and overnight;
Oloshaiki Camp.
Oloshaiki Camp *** (16 tents) is situated in a privileged location on the RiverTalek. A small, rustic,mid-range camp with a familiar service. The tents are very spacious with two double beds and an integrated bathroom. The camp is connected to the reserve by a suspension bridge.
Masai Mara Game Reserve (size 1’812 km²)
Is the northern extension of Tanzania’s famous Serengeti Plains and is situated in the south-west of Kenya. It offers breathtaking views. Most of “Out of Africa” was filmed here. The Masai Mara is the premier place for seeing wildlife with a big chance of spotting the ‘BIG FIVE’: Lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino. The Mara and the Talek River meander through the park and are flanked by riverine woodland and seasonal marshes. Grassland plains, rolling hills, and wooded savannah, dominate the landscape of the Masai Mara. The MIGRATION – one of the wonders of the world. The reserves is most extraordinary between July and October when over 1,3 mil. wildebeest and zebra move together in a massive herd from the Serengeti across the Mara River into the lush Masai Mara in search of dry-season pastures. Mara hosts a large resident population of elephants, hippos, topis, buffalos, giraffes, gazelles and few of the rare rhinos. Predators are plenty, notably large pride of lions, cheetahs and leopards. Birding is excellent. The pastoral Maasai people live just outside the reserve and lead a semi-nomadic life.
After breakfast in the camp you will have another opportunity to watch the animals
during the morning game drive. After a picnic lunch you will be driven to the airstrip. Flight to the coast where you will land after about two hours. Transfer to your hotel.

A safari is an adventure trip. It is a condition that all tourists have in place an adequate insurance cover from their country of origin.
Changes in itinerary, change of accommodation, etc. may occur due to bad weather or other unforeseen circumstances.

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