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Pick up from Hotel at 0730hrs - 0800hrs and drive to the Airport to connect flight at 1000hrs to Masai Mara.Arrive at Mara
Airstrip at approximately 1045AM. Where you will be met and proceed for a mid morning game drive which enables
you to see plenty of wildebeests and predators like Lions, Hyenas, Cheetahs and jackals.Elephants, Rhinos, Giraffes,
Impalas and Zebras could be seen here too.
Proceed for check-in at the camp .Afternoon game drives at around 4.00PM Dinner and overnight at the lodge or camp.
This Safari Departs from Nairobi City and Mombasa City
Early morning game drive enables you to view the spectacular wildebeest migration among other games.
Breakfast and relax at the camp enjoying its facilities
Lunch at the camp . Afternoon game drives.
Dinner and overnight at the camp .
Early morning game drive. Breakfast and transfer to the airstrip for flight back to Nairobi. Be at airstrip at 1030am, flight leaves 11am and arrive Nairobi at 11.45am. Arrive met and transfer back to your hotel or airport..
END OF SERVICES AND A MEMORABLE SAFARI.
Single Room (1 person)
01 July, 2018 - 31 Oct, 2018
02 Jan, 2018 - 31 March, 2018
01 Nov, 2018 - 23 Dec, 2018
24 Dec, 2018 - 01 Jan, 2018
Payments may be made online with credit card once we have checked availability and confirmed.
Return flights from Nairobi to Maasai Mara
2 Nights Full board accomodation at Mara Intrepids Camp
6 six Game drives in 4x4 Open sided Land Cruiser
Return airstrip transfers
park entry fees for 2 days Return airport transfers in Nairobi
Cost will not include:
International flights VISA fees
Special offer with this package if you wish to stay at the Hilton Hotel in Nairobi before or after the safari
Mara Intrepids is a short drive from the Mara River, where more than a million wildebeest and zebra make their perilous migration crossing every July and August.For the remainder of the year, the camp offers some of the world’s finest game viewing, with large local populations of
plains game, elephants, rhinos, buffalos, and all the Big Cats. In 2004, some 75% of the footage for the BBC’s famous Big Cat Diary was shot in the vicinity of the camp. Mara Intrepids is 298 kilometres and a seven-hour drive from Nairobi, while our all-weather airstrip enables guests to be at the camp within 45 minutes of leaving the capital.
Accommodation Eachtent is furnished in the classic style of the grand African safaris, with large four-poster beds and handsome reproduction furniture, offset by modern en suite bathrooms with hot showers, flush toilets and all modern amenities. Each tent sits on a shady raised platform, with sweeping views over the
riverbanks where a large variety of animals come to drink.
As one of the Mara’s most established camps, Mara Intrepids enjoys a very close relationship with the local Maasai community, from which most of our staff hail. We channel part of our fees into local community initiatives, including environmental awareness training, the establishment of medical clinics, and financial support for primary schools, churches and women’s groups. The camp itself is run on strict eco-principles, with hot water generated by burning used coffee husks, biodegradable waste mulched for compost, and all wastewater recycled through our own on-site constructed
Three game drives daily with personal guides Escorted walking safaris outside the reserve Bush breakfasts and dinners under the stars Romantic sundowners on the Mara plains
Visits to neighbouring Maasai communities Arrangements for dawn balloon safaris
Transfers for fishing trips to Lake Victoria Private parties on the champagne terrace
Valid from 01st January, 2018 to 2nd January, 2020 : Excludes All Festive Dates
Each of 2 people pays USD1568
Each of 4 people and above pays USD1299
Day 1: Arrive at Moi Airport and transfer to the North Coast Beach Resort Day 2: Full day at North Coast Beach Resort Day 3: Full day at North Coast Beach Resort Day 4: Depart early for Safari to Tsavo East National Park overnight Voi Safari lodge Day 5: Depart for Tsavo West National Park overnight at Ngulia Safari Lodge Day 6: Depart to Mombasa and to North Coast Beach Resort Day 7: Transfer to the Moi Airport for your onward flight.
Cost includes: - Half board accommodation at North Coast Beach resort - Full board accommodation on safaris - Airport transfers - Park entrance fees
Cost does not include: - Tips and things of personal nature - Drinks of any choice - Extra meals not included.
The city is located on Mombasa Island, which is separated from the mainland by two creeks: Tudor Creek and Kilindini Harbour. The island is connected to the mainland to the north by the Nyali Bridge, to the south by the Likoni Ferry and to the west by the Makupa Causeway, alongside which runs the Kenya-Uganda Railway. The port serves both Kenya and countries of the interior,linking them to the Ocean. The city is served by Moi International Airport located in the northwest mainland suburb of Chaani, northwest of Changamwe area.
The city is mainly occupied by the Muslim Mijikenda/Swahili people. Over the centuries, there have been many immigrants and traders who settled in Mombasa, particularly from Iran, the Middle East, Somalia and the Indian sub-continent, who came mainly as traders and skilled craftsmen.
Traditional dress for the Swahili women is a brightly coloured, printed cotton sheet called a kanga, which may have inspirational slogans printed on it. Muslim women wear a covering known as a bui bui, that is traditionally black, along with a head covering called a hijaab, and sometimes wear a veil called a nikab. Men wear a type of sarong, which is coloured in bright bands, called a kikoi.
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS - THE MOMBASA CITY TOUR - THE SHIMBA HILLS - DOLPHIN TRACKING TOURS - TAMARIND EVENING DHOW DINNER - HALLER PARK - TSAVO EAST & WEST NATIONAL PARKS - AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK - ARABUKO SOKOKE NATURE FOREST – WATAMU - GEDE RUINS – MALINDI - MALINDI SAFARI In Addition you may request for a safari to the rest of the parks by air or by road.
Facts about Mombasa:
2nd largest city in Kenya Located in the Coastal Province now Mombasa County In an area of Area - City 295 km2 (113.9 sq mi) - Land 230 km2 (88.8 sq mi) - Water 65 km2 (25.1 sq mi) Elevation 50 m (164 ft) Population (2009)- City 939,370 - Density 3,184/km2 (8,246.5/sq mi) - Urban 939,370 Time zone EAT (UTC+3)