4-Days Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru Luxury Safari
This tour is well suited for guests that want to visit Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru National Park. The Big Five dominate Masai Mara National Reserve, while the famous black rhinos dominate lake Nakuru. Lake Nakuru is also known for renowned bird species and other animals such as lions in the park. Join us on this fantastic tour, and let’s enjoy it. You will also get to visit Lake Elementaita during the safari.
Day 1: Nairobi to Maasai Mara Reserve
You’ll be picked up from your hotel at 7:30 am and drive to Masai Mara National Reserve via the Great Rift Valley escarpments towards the camp, arriving in time for hot lunch. Check into the camp, have lunch and relax. After lunch and relaxation, proceed for an afternoon game drive until the African sunset. You’ll then return for dinner, and your overnight stays at Entim Mara.
Day 2: More Game Viewing in Masai Mara National Reserve
You’ll have an early breakfast at the camp. After breakfast, head out for a full-day game drive into the wilderness and vast wild savannah. With our experienced guide, enjoy searching the Big Five of Africa, lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalo. Lunch will be served as a picnic lunch in the wild. After that, enjoy game drives until late in the evening. Then return for dinner and your overnight stays at Entim Mara.
Day 3: Masai Mara to Lake Nakuru National Park
You’ll have early sunrise game drives in the park. Afterwards, visit the Maasai cultural village along the way (at your own cost). You will then return to the camp for breakfast and drive to Lake Nakuru. You will arrive in time for lunch for check-in and relaxation from the long safari. Dinner and your overnight stay will be at The Cliff.
Day 4: Lake Nakuru to Nairobi
Have an early breakfast at the lodge, then drive to Lake Nakuru National Park, half an hour from Lake Elementaita. On arrival, enjoy game drives until mid-day. You will enjoy great wildlife views such as the rhinos, tree-climbing lions, giraffes, baboons, etc. Your lunch is to be served at the scheduled restaurant. After that, drive back to Nairobi and be dropped off at your hotel or departure point.
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|Seasons||Price per person sharing|
|1 pax||2 pax||3 pax||4 pax||5 pax||6 pax|
|October 1, 2022 to October 15, 2022||$ 2,391||$ 1,690||$ 1,664||$ 1,495||$ 1,518||$ 1,430|
|October 16, 2022 to October 31, 2022||$ 2,138||$ 1,505||$ 1,456||$ 1,310||$ 1,320||$ 1,245|
|November 1, 2022 to November 30, 2022||$ 1,786||$ 1,263||$ 1,177||$ 1,068||$ 1,056||$ 1000|
|December 1, 2022 to December 14, 2022||$ 2,138||$ 1,505||$ 1,456||$ 1,310||$ 1,320||$ 1,245|
|December 15, 2022 to January 2, 2023||$ 2,391||$ 1,690||$ 1,664||$ 1,495||$ 1,518||$ 1,430|
|January 3, 2023 to March 31, 2023||$ 2,138||$ 1,505||$ 1,456||$ 1,310||$ 1,320||$ 1,245|
|June 1, 2023 to June 30, 2023||$ 2,138||$ 1,505||$ 1,456||$ 1,310||$ 1,320||$ 1,245|
|July 1, 2023 to October 15, 2023||$ 2,391||$ 1,690||$ 1,664||$ 1,495||$ 1,518||$ 1,430|
|October 16, 2023 to October 31, 2023||$ 2,138||$ 1,505||$ 1,456||$ 1,310||$ 1,320||$ 1,245|
|November 1, 2023 to November 30, 2023||$ 1,786||$ 1,263||$ 1,177||$ 1,068||$ 1,056||$ 1000|
|December 1, 2023 to December 14, 2023||$ 2,138||$ 1,505||$ 1,456||$ 1,310||$ 1,320||$ 1,245|
|December 15, 2023 to January 2, 2024||$ 2,391||$ 1,690||$ 1,664||$ 1,495||$ 1,518||$ 1,430|
Entim Mara Camp
Entim camp is designed to give you the friendliest, most intimate, luxury safari camp experience and the best wildlife safari in the Masai Mara. Our prime location along the Mara River is unrivalled for seeing and photographing animals all year round, but mainly to observe the most incredible wildlife show on earth; over a million wildebeest, zebra and antelopes migrating from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara (July-October).,
Entim, meaning “forest” in Maasai, is discreetly tucked on the edge of the riverine woodlands. From the shaded seclusion of this attractively-designed camp, guests can relax in luxury and admire unforgettable views over the Mara River and across expansive plains, with the distant backdrops of undulating escarpments volcanically-sculpted hills.
From the veranda of each tent, it is even possible to witness the breathtaking sight of thousands of Wildebeests crossing the river during their annual migration through this vast wilderness area. We have kept the camp eco-friendly and small, with only ten tastefully but differently furnished, well-equipped tents. Our decor aims to enhance the surrounding environment.
All 12 guest tents overlook the Mara River and are well-placed, en-suite with flush toilets and hot showers. There is a cosy lounge area with a small library, separate bar, and dining area, which is open-fronted, allowing guests the unmatched experience of eating meals while watching the animals move to and from the river to drink and forage for their food. The camp has been designed to give guests the feel that it is part of the landscape.
Perched at the top of a 100-metre high rock face sits Lake Nakuru’s newest and smartest addition – The Cliff – a 10 room luxury camp opened in June 2018. While ‘luxury camp’ is the most straightforward description, in reality, The Cliff located inside the park defies conventional labels, being a combination of safari lodge, tented camp and Boutique hotel, constructed and furnished in a contemporary European style.
Each tent is built on solid foundations at the cliff’s edge that faces the lake, allowing guests 180-degree views of the panoramic paradise while maintaining privacy. The tent is spacious, and the picture freestanding bath looks outwards, not wanting to waste the picture. While the exterior environment at The Cliff is pure Africa, the room interiors combine organic chic with international design to create the understated style of a modern boutique hotel.
Guests can sit on the veranda to catch the rising sun in the morning as it spreads its vivid light across the lake, nudging life into the park’s occupants and awakening its environs. At the same time, as the sun sets in the evening, the park’s atmosphere settles into the comforts of the unfolding night and the nocturnal sounds of the wilderness.
It would be easy for a guest at The Cliff to spend the day gazing at the view from the comfort of the elegant tent, but there’s more to do around Lake Nakuru. Get up early and go on a game drive and perhaps see a leopard, lion, buffalo, rhino or a rare Rothschild’s giraffe. Hippos can also be sighted around the lake, and for birdwatchers, Lake Nakuru National Park is a birdwatcher’s paradise with its incredible bird variety, including the famous pink flamingoes.