MASAI MARA SAFARI ACTIVITIES
When on safari with us you are not limited to only 4x4 safaris, we can arrange a diverse variety of other exciting activities within the Masai Mara.
From a short nature ramble to a full on big game walk, getting out of a vehicle is the best way to hear and smell the real Africa. Also a great way to get out and stretch your legs, especially after a long flight! *only available by special request
Most African wildlife is habituated to seeing safari cars every day and as a result a game drive is the best (and safest) way of covering a lot of ground and getting up close to the wildlife.
Have you ever fancied riding through a herd of giraffe? There are only a few places in Africa that offer horse riding so be sure to mention to me before booking your trip if you want to include this fun and exciting activity. All horses are "wildlife savvy"!
There is no better way than to celebrate the end of yet another exciting day on safari than watching the sun set over the rolling plains with a gin & tonic in your hands!
HOT AIR BALLOON
Take a step back in time and travel across the rolling plains in a hot air balloon. Soar with the eagles and gaze down on the wildlife below as you drift across the sky
Imagine having a freshly prepared breakfast completely surrounded by wildlife. This is a real specialty of ours and needs to be booked in advance.
From marriage proposals to family-moons and every special occassion, we are more than happy to go above and beyond to ensure that your special day is the most amazing day possible!
Kids are our future. So why not ensure that they, too, have the safari of a lifetime. Devoid of electronic devices and allowed to get their hands dirty, safely of course! We can tailor-make an experience that your kids will cherish for a lifetime. From herding cows with the local Masai community to learning how to make a pizza, and so much more, your kids will be entertained from sun rise to sun set.
CULTURAL VISITS TO THE MASAI COMMUNITY
The Masai people are a proud and unique culture. We work closely with our landlords, the Muserian family, to help explain their culture to our guests.
We can easily arrange a visit to the local "boma" (stockade and village) to see first hand how the Masai live. There is also the opportunity to buy some locally made artefacts and curious. All proceeds go directly to the local Masai women's community groups.