Luxury Holidays in The Masai Mara

The famous annual migration of over two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle is one of the greatest natural spectacles on the planet.

It was probably inevitable that the Masai Mara's great wildebeest migration would eventually lead to a mass migration of another kind - this time tourists - intent on following the proceedings.

And so it has come to pass that there are now a plethora of camps and vehicles, but we know the region well enough to be able to recommend the ultimate Masai Mara safari holiday from the most exclusive, secret and sophisticated places to stay and the canniest guides around, able to seek out a pride of lions not surrounded by 20 vehicles overloaded with snap-happy tourists.

Our chosen camps in the Masai Mara all provide guests with superb game viewing and most importantly, are far from other lodges and camps. In addition, these concession areas are not restricted by game reserve rules, so guests can enjoy night drives in custom-built 4x4s; bush breakfasts, picnics and sundowners as well as full access to the Game Reserve, and the Mara River.

In short, the ultimate Masai Mara safari holiday.

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A Note on Price

At the cheaper end of the luxury scale, you can be driven around Kenya for around £3,500 per person, but if you're keen to do a full helicopter safari, expect to pay significantly more.

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