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Scheduled Group Tours in Kenya include a safari in Masai Mara National Reserve, one of the great national Parks to visit on your holiday in Kenya. It is widely recognized as the jewel in the crown of Kenya’s tourism industry. The reserve is regarded as the most spectacular wildlife viewing area in Kenya with over 95 species of mammals, amphibians and reptiles and over 400 bird species. A safari to Masai Mara National Reserve during your holiday will give you an opportunity to see the great wildlife numbers including the dominant inhabitant which is the wildebeests. From June to October each year over 1.5 million wildebeests along with large numbers of Zebras and Thompson’s gazelle, migrate from the Serengeti plains in Tanzania to search for fresh pastures in the Masai Mara before going back in October.
Best packages for Scheduled Group Tours in Kenya
- 4 Days Kenya Wildebeest Migration Safari
- 5 Days Kenya Wildlife Safari
- 7 Days Best of Kenya Adventure Safari
- 8 Days Kenya and Tanzania Wildebeest Migration Safari
- 13 Days Combined Kenya and Tanzania Safari
Where to stay in Masai Mara National Reserve
Lodges options where to stay in Masai Mara National Reserve range from Budget, mid-range to luxury options. You will choose where to stay in depending on your interests and budget. Lodges include Mara Serena, Little Governors Camp, Mara Sopa Lodge, Keekorok and Sarova Mara, Mara Intrepids, and Explorer among others.
What to experience about Visiting the Maasai ethnic group in Kenya
Way of Life
The Maasai nomadic people live in bomas and work as goat and cattle herders. In the Maasai society, wealth and success are measured in terms of herd ownership. This way of life extends to their diet, which consists mainly of cattle and goat products such as meat, blood and milk. Maasai men are divided by age into groups child, junior warrior and senior warrior, junior elder and senior elder. The young men must be initiated into warrior hood before they can marry. It is also traditional practice that both men and women are circumcised.
Maasai people have a strong belief in God, whom they call Enkai. Like most Kenyans they are warm and welcoming and enjoy entertaining visitors with song and dance as well as high jumping from a standing position, a traditional sport for Maasai men.
The Maasai men have numerous traditions and ceremonies they perform. The best known traditional ceremony is known as the Warrior jumping dance where young Maasai Moran leap into the air from a standing position order to demonstrate strength and agility.
The members of the Maasai wear lush arrays of beaded arnaments, colour their hair red and decorate it with finely plaited sisal fibre.
The Maasai speak the Maasai Language which is an Eastern Nilotic language closely related to Samburu the language of the Samburu people in central Kenya and to Camus spoken south and southeast of Lake Baringo in Kenya. Most Maasai people also speak Swahili an official language of East Africa.
How to book a safari to Kenya?
Booking Large group safaris to Masai Mara, once you have your planned dates of travel confirmed we will need you to send us an email here so that we check for availability of services online once we confirm all services are available for your planned dates we will let you know so that we can send you a draft itinerary to start planning for your safari trip to Kenya. Once you confirm the itinerary we will send you an invoice for you to make a deposit, Once the payment is done and we have received it on our account we will go ahead and secure all services accordingly. It is advised to book your safari to Kenya in advance at least 2-3 months’ prior your visit especially if you are planning to travel in the peak season of June to October.
Kenya Tourist Visa Advice
You will need to purchase the tourist visa to get to Kenya. Many travelers prefer obtaining their visas before they come to Kenya this is the best option and you will be able to get the Kenya Tourist Visa online upon paying USD51.00 for Tourist Visa
What is the best time to Visit Kenya?
Visiting Kenya is done throughout the year and the best time is during the months of December to February and then June to October which is relatively drier than March to May and November this offers great sightings and easy shoots.
Why book Scheduled Group Tours in Kenya with Eco Adventure Safaris?
Eco Adventure Safaris is experienced in organizing amazing safari experiences to Kenya. We are also highly rated and reviewed on trip Advisor. We combine Kenya safaris with eco-friendly and unforgettable high-end adventure and wildlife safaris that help preserve biodiversity, conserve wildlife and uplift local communities, these include gorilla trekking, chimpanzee trekking, Big 5 safaris and game viewing, Mountain Hiking, Boat cruises excursions and Cultural encounters to give you a memorable and best African Safari experience including popular and great African safari destinations Tanzania, Kenya, Botswana and Namibia. Feel free to contact us about the Scheduled Group Tours in Kenya.