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MASAI MARA FLY-IN SAFARIS, departures from Mombasa or Nairobi

Departures

Daily from Mombasa and Naibori; After booking a choice of 2 flight options per day may be avilable for those departing from Nairobi (subjected to avilability);

Payments

Mombasa - book online by credit card with a small deposit and pay for your safari when you arrive in Mombasa; last minute booking possible up to 24 hours before departure;

Nairobi -  book at least 20 days in advance; full amount due online by credit card or UK bank transfer at the time of booking;


 

 




safari camp 2 days (1 night) safari departing from Mombasa 3 days (2 nights) safari departing from Mombasa 3 days safari departing from Nairobi extra day  (you can add as many extra days as you wish)
FIG TREE £ 417 £ 563 - £ 129
DAVID LIVINGSTONE £ 414 £ 527 - £ 129
SIANA SPRINGS £ 417 £ 583 £ 444 £ 125
GOVERNORS CAMP £ 442 £ 666 £ 639 £ 225
OLARE SAFARI £ 414 £ 570 - £ 129
MARA SERENA SAFARI LODGE £477 £ 670 £ 606 £ 196
IL MORAN - - £ 868 £ 329
MARA SAFARI CLUB - - £ 666 £ 235
MARA INTREPIDS CAMP - - £ 638 £ 128
MARA SAROVA TENTED CAMP - - £ 590 £ 199
KEEKOROK LODGE - - £ 530 £ 165
MARA SIMBA LODGE - - £ 501 £ 157

TO BOOK A SAFARI PLEASE SEND TRAVELER'S NAMES AND DEPATURE DATE DETAILS TO BOOKING@LIONSAFARI.CO.UK

Included in the cost:

Not included in the cost:

Child Rates:
One child aged under 2 years free sharing with 2 adults; One child aged 2-11 years sharing with 2 adults pays 75% of safari cost;

Discounts:
Safaris departing from Mombasa: 3% off for groups of 4 to 6 travellers and 7% off for groups of 6 or more travellers
Safaris departing from Nairobi: seasonal discounts for safaris outside the high season (29 Jun  to 31 Oct), for lowers cost please select travel dates 01 Apr  to 29 May



more info about the safari camps:


IL Moran
Governors’ Il Moran is for those who want that extra bit of luxury. IL Moran comprises just 10 tents situated along the banks of the Mara River. IL Moran is hidden in the shadow of ancient trees. The camp recreates the atmosphere of the original game hunting camps. Each room is furnished to a superior standard. The beds have been hand carved from specially selected wood from fallen, ancient olive trees. The interior of each tent at IL Moran also includes a Victorian style bath, flushing lavatory and double sinks. Each tent has a large, extended veranda designed so you can take meals in private if you wish. Game drives and game walks are included in the rate and complimentary wine is served with dinner. During the day, meals are served outdoors amongst the lovely trees.



Governors' Camp
Governors' Camp lies on the banks of the charming Mara River in the west of the famous Masai Mara Game Reserve. The camp is in a spot once reserved for the colonial governors of Kenya and their royal visitors. When created in 1972, Governors' Camp set new standards in luxury as a tented camp, placing particular emphasis on comfort and service. Maintaing these qualities, Governors' Camp has been refined and improved over the years. However, special care has been taken to preserve an atmosphere in which today's picky traveller may share some of the experiences of a classic safari and enjoy the landscape and wildlife that so inspired adventurers such as Hemingway. Tents are carefully positioned for uninterrupted marvelous views from their verandas and are stylishly decorated. Niceties such as early morning tea and ginger biscuits are brought to your tent and daily meals are absolutely delicious.



Mara Safari Club
Fairmont Hotel’s luxurious Mara Safari Club is set in the Ol-Choro Oiroua Conservation Area, bordering the Masai Mara, at the foot of the Aitong Hills. Surrounded on three sides by the Mara River, all of the 50 tents have their own private river frontage, with four-poster beds, veranda, and electricity, modern en-suite facilities with hot and cold running water. The main building of Mara Safari Club with lounge, bar and dining room is cantilevered over the river. Game drives are accompanied by the lodges experienced driver-guides and are in 4x4 vehicles. At Mara Safari Club, the pool, al fresco buffet lunches and nightly activities of Masai dancing, slide shows and talks on the Mara's ecosystem and Maasai culture, all add up to create a truly unique experience.



Mara Intrepids Camp
Sitting above a sweeping bend in the Talek River at the confluence of the Maasai Mara’s four game-viewing areas, Mara Intrepids enjoys one of the most spectacular locations in the Maasai Mara ecosystem. 30 luxury tents are widely spread (into 4 distinct areas) across a large enchanting riverside site to ensure guests the optimum privacy and peace. Each tent 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. Each tent of  Mara Intrepids Camp sits on a shady platform, with sweeping views over the riverbanks where a wide variety of animals come to drink.  Mara Intrepids Camp also enjoys a very close relationship with the local Maasai community, from which most of the staff hails from. Activities are in 4x4 vehicles and accompanied by experienced guides as well and walking safaris just outside the reserve
of Masai Mara.



Mara Serena Safari Lodge
A masterful interpretation of a traditional Masai village, Mara Serena seemingly floats on a sea of savannah
of Masai Mara. A beautiful pool looks out over the wide plains that stretch endlessly before the lodge. The rooms are Masai-influenced in style yet extremely comfortable. The main dining room, where delicious meals are served, has three large domes and three small ones depicting Maasai manyattas (villages) of Masai Mara. Occasionally an African al fresco barbecue is served by the pool overlooking the Mara plains. Fresh fruit juices and cocktails, wines, spirits or liqueurs are available at the bar until late in the evening. There is a large fire under the stars each evening where safari stories are shared with guests from around the world.



Sarova Mara Game Camp
Wooden walkways link the tents and manicured lawns with the main dining / bar areas, and are built over wide lily ponds. Bird life is abundant at Sarova Mara Game Camp, with kingfishers a speciality. The impressive main building consists of a high thatched lobby, Oloip bar with its cosy log fireplace, a big dining area and outdoor terrace with side-angle views. Food and service are excellent at Sarova Mara Game Camp
of Masai Mara. There is a small private area by the pond for private meals if needed. The 75 tents (3 triple) are luxurious with a permanent roof and floor, zip-up fronts, attached bathroom, running hot water supply and electricity.  Some nice hanging cupboards, wooden chests and chairs make the tents more comfortable.



Keekorok Lodge
Keekorok Game Lodge was opened in 1965 and lies at the southern end of Masai Mara National Reserve, approximately 280 kilometres from the Kenyan capital Nairobi. It is sited in the direct path of the annual migration and was the first lodge to be built in the Mara game reserve. At the height of the migration, Keekorok is surrounded by a swarming mass of animals and there is hardly need to go on a game drive. Keekorok's charm lies in the liberal use of local building materials. Sand stone, cedar wood and other indigenous materials are used in all rooms and public areas. In front of the lodge there is a 300m elevated walkway that meanders through a small riverine forest to a small bar at one end. Keekorok Lodge overlooks a dam where resident hippo and other game are regularly seen. There are no fences around Keekorok and it is not uncommon to see elephant and buffalo on the perimeter of the grounds or even strolling in. Though there are watchmen on the constant look out! There are 10 single rooms, 74 twin rooms and 1 junior suite. Rooms at Keekorok Lodge are all en suite and in bungalows, single storey blocks and comfortable shaded chalets. The liberal use of cedar, pink and grey sand river stone and other indigenous building materials off set the green lawns and colourful bougainvillea
of Masai MaraKeekorok Lodge has been refurbished and some areas rebuilt after a fire in 2005.



Siana Springs
Siana Springs of Masai Mara lies at the base of the Ngama hills outside the eastern border of the Masai Mara National Reserve. Siana Springs, fringed by wetlands and surrounded by giant fig and ghostly Fever Trees, is named for the perennial springs that bubble around the camp - a lush oasis in a dry landscape.  Siana Springs is ideal for honeymoons, special occasions, tour groups, incentives and leisure groups. Enormous trees provide ample shade for the three wings of this exclusive camp. A tranquil atmosphere pervades the camp and total privacy is ensured at Palm Wing (nine tents), Bamboo Wing (19 tents) and Acacia Wing (ten tents). All tents at Siana Springs are spacious and have en suite bathroom, soft lighting, zip-up front entrances and windows. Tents are tucked amongst a small forest of indigenous trees and open onto trimmed lawns in a pristine setting.  You may relax and socialise on the large patio area warmed by a fireplace. The swimming pool at Siana Springs is a cool retreat - poolside dinners and parties are often hosted here. The reception can be found at the entrance to the camp near our curio shop, which is filled with African treasures. Siana Springs boasts two game observation hides with spectacular views of the Mara hills and plains.



Mara Simba Lodge
 The emphasis at Mara Simba Lodge is on exclusivity, comfort and the ambience is Masai, with the decor incorporating both decorative and design elements from the culture of this tribe. The grounds of the lodge extend almost a kilometre along the Talek River
of Masai Mara, and built in blocks with 4 comfortable rooms in each. The river bank is left in its virgin state, while further back lush landscaped gardens of indigenous plants and trees attract colourful birds and butterflies. Wide, well-lit pathways link guest rooms at Mara Simba Lodge and the public areas where beautiful wooden floors are shaded by soaring makuti roofs (palm thatch). The dining room at Mara Simba Lodge and bar have stone fireplaces where roaring fires are lit on chilly evenings.



Tour Codes of the safari camps for quick reference : PT 8701 A- IL MORAN; PT 8701 D- GOVERNORS’ CAMP; PT 8701 E- MARA SAFARI CLUB; PT 8701 H - MARA INTREPIDS CAMP; PT 8701 I -MARA SERENA SAFARI LODGE;  PT 8701 K- SAROVA MARA GAME CAMP;  PT 8701 L- KEEKOROK LODGE; PT 8701 M - SIANA SPRINGS;  PT 8701 N- MARA SIMBA LODGE


 

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