Fun Things to do during Mara Safaris

If you would like to immerse yourself in the prime of a wildlife area, then taking Masai Mara Safaris is the best bet for you. Once you land in the Mara, as it is commonly known, you will have the chance to connect with nature in a way that you have never dreamt possible. You will be able to explore the Mara plains, soak in the beauty and enjoy the moment in the wild. What’s more, you will also be able to indulge the wisdom of the guides as they passionately take you through a lifetime experience.

The beauty of the Mara is that every visitor is unique, and every visitor has a list of the places they would like to visit. You have the freedom to choose what you want to see and where you want to visit. The guides are always at your call to help you with deciding on the best spots to visit, or best activities to indulge in.

Top 5 things to do during Masai Mara Safaris

The following are the top 5 things you can do while on a safari in Masai Mara:

Day-time Game Drives

This is perfect for a family day out where children are also involved. Game drives are usually the key focus of most safaris, but to get the best out of the drives, you will always have safari guides to help you with the experience. There is usually an option of a full day game drive, with a packed lunch to enjoy during your moment out in the plains. The other option is to have two short game drives during the day with a lunch break in between.

Masai Mara Game Drives

Bush Camping

Bush camping in the Mara is specifically for the brave and outdoor lovers. If you have a fear that an elephant might walk through your tent and trample you to death when you are fast asleep, then bush camping is not for you. But if you enjoy waking up to the beautiful chirping of the birds and going to sleep listening to lions roaring at a distance, then this is definitely for you.

Bush Camping in Masai Mara

The unforgettable experience comes with cooking dinner around the campfire and probably getting an opportunity to roast some bush meat as you enjoy the sounds of the night. Of course the guides will be there to ensure your safety.

Nature walks in the Mara

Viewing the Mara on foot will give you a totally different perspective of your safari experience. Your senses will be at peak as you will have to watch out for the slightest movement or sound in the bushes.

Nature Walk in Masai Mara National Reserve

You will get a chance to stretch your legs and focus on the smaller, somewhat overlooked part of the Mara ecosystem like the birds and plants. Bird watchers and plant lovers would really be fascinated by the walking safaris in the Mara.

Experience the Masai Culture

Masai Mara took its name from the Masai tribe of Kenya, who live within and around the Mara. Most of the guides in the Mara are actually from the community surrounding the reserve. You can incorporate a Masai Cultural Visit into your travel timetable and get a first-hand experience of their culture, music, food and way of life. Most Masai villages are still untouched by commercialism and therefore still have the aspect of traditional blend in it.

The Masai People - Masai Mara Safaris

Hot air balloon safaris

While at the Mara, you can also plan to tour the Masai Mara National Reserve on a hot air balloon and get a spectacle that will be part of your memory for a long time. You will get the chance to view the park from a bird’s perspective and it becomes a double thrill if you add this experience to the game drives.

Hot Air Balloon Safaris - Masai Mara

There is no doubt whatsoever that the Mara is one of the most preferred destinations, hence the many Masai Mara Safaris that the reserve records. The Mara can give an individual, a family or a group the desired break they need from the daily hustles of life.








ftaftaTrip Advisorftafta