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3-day Masai Mara Safari Tour to see the big five and wildebeest migration
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3-day Masai Mara Safari Tour to see the big five and wildebeest migration

By African Sermon Safaris
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$420.00
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Ages 0-85, max of 7 per group
Duration: 3 days
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  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Lunch
  • Breakfast
  • Breakfast
  • 2 nights accommodation in en-suite budget camp
  • Transport, all taxes, park fees and handling charges
  • Hotel pick up / drop off, professional driver-guide and game viewing activities
  • Entry/Admission - Maasai Mara National Reserve
  • Entry/Admission - Mara River
  • Entry/Admission - Maasai Mara National Reserve
What's not included
  • Drinks, gratuity, laundry and personal effects
  • Optional activities not mentioned above

Departure details
  • Traveler pickup is offered.
  • We may also pick up from hotels within a distance of 3km from the city including apartments, hostels and other accommodation units.
  • Hotel pickup is offered. View the hotel list on our checkout page to see if yours is included among the pickup points.
Return details
  • Returns to original departure point

  • Not wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 107668P1

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Child rate applies only when sharing with 2 paying adults
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking
  • Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required
  • Passport name, number, expiry and country is required at time of booking for all participants
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 7 travelers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

What you can expect during your visit
  • Regular temperature checks for staff
  • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
  • Temperature checks for tour participants upon arrival
  • Guides required to regularly wash hands
  • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
  • Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized
  • Contactless payment for gratuities and add-ons
  • Face masks required for guides in public areas
  • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
  • Social distancing enforced throughout experience
  • Face masks provided for travelers
  • Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.

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3-day Masai Mara Safari Tour to see the big five and wildebeest migration is hosted by African Sermon Safaris. Read reviews, discover additonal experiences or contact African Sermon Safaris on Tripadvisor. Discover and book 3-day Masai Mara Safari Tour to see the big five and wildebeest migration on Tripadvisor

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The importance of a guide to a successful safari
Our guide was Dennis and he is a very professional guy. Everything went very smoothly, and we get to love Kenya thr
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Excellent day tour to Nairobi National Park- review from a frequent luxury safari goer
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Great organisation
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Excellent service
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AN AMAZING EXPERIENCE !!
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Eleanor W
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Feb 2020
It’s not easy to express how much we truly enjoyed the 5 day trip to the Masai Mara with stops for game drives at Lakes Nakuru and Naivasha .We are grateful to let everyone know what a wonderful experience we had and thanks to Daniel for all the efforts he had to put into making a tailor made experience for us. The wildlife in Kenya is mind blowing .There were animals everywhere from Lions,cheetahs,elephants , giraffes ,zebras, small populations of wildebeests ,Huge buffalos, every type of gazelle imaginable and birds of every size, color and every shape possible - we even managed to see the elusive Leopard which is a member of the big five and all this in their natural habitats. The wildlife in Kenya has very little or no human interaction unlike others in Africa and they are as wild as they can get..The lodges were exactly as shown and the food was amazing! Everything here was so different from what we had ever seen and experienced before on other safaris .This was exactly what we were looking for when we started planning our Safari one year ago. We were not disappointed. Overall African Sermon Safaris is a great company to work with!
Written March 13, 2020
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Helen B
Dubai, United Arab Emirates8 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
My brother, myself and my then 8-year old son booked a 3-day Masai Mara tour through african sermon safari to witness the great migration and to see the big 5 of Kenya. The entire journey was absolutely a blast . From the start, Daniel was very helpful with the booking and was very prompt in replying to my emails. I made a mistake on the date that I booked and didn't notice till few days before the flight. Thankfully, Daniel was very quick in arranging the new date and getting back to me on time for me to change the flight dates and everything else. We were lucky to see the big 5 and all of us , especially my son, have had a super experience in the Mara. Definitely worth every single penny. I'd surely come back again using the same tour company.
Written March 26, 2017
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Samantha S
Chicago, IL7 contributions
Dec 2018 • Friends
The first part of every trip is the preparation of it. Although it may seem an unimportant stage, it is not, because the result depends on that preparation. In my case, in addition, it is the stage that I approach with more enthusiasm, the most lasting in time and it provides me with lots of satisfaction. Very happy!

Thanks to this stage I met this TripAdvisor forum that has been very useful for this and other trips. We wanted to see the crossing of the Mara and our trip depended on the right dates and it was here, in this forum where I obtained the necessary information for it and I was able to choose the most suitable dates.

Once the dates were chosen, the next part came: itineraries, agencies, photographic equipment, vaccinations, visas, currency and even the right clothes to go. The truth is that I looked at all kinds of websites, blogs, etc. and so I contacted Daniel at African Sermon Safaris who organized the trips. We liked the reviews on Tripadvisor and we decided to make the trip with Daniel, he organized everything except the flights to Nairobi, which I arranged on my own. I traveled with KLM and chose the flight that arrives in Nairobi in the evening via Amsterdam.

The final itinerary was to visit Nairobi, Amboseli, Samburu, Naivasha and the highlight being Masai Mara. In total 10 days with transfers between stages by plane except Samburu-Naivasha-Masai Mara-Nairobi. Also included were safaris in a private 4x4 vehicle.

We started preparing the trip in the month of February and we left in December. During all this time I kept mail by mail with Daniel who solved many of our doubts and explained that in Mara we would have the opportunity to see "in situ" the school and visit the Masai people. It was a trip prepared with such enthusiasm

Finally we began our journey carrying the uncertainty of what we would find on arrival, especially feared that there was no one waiting for us, but our fears did not come true and in Nairobi they were waiting for us to drive to our hotel. We stayed at The Fairview Hotel, a very decent, clean, good food and great attention.

When we arrived at the airfield to take our plane to Amboseli, we still had our doubts that everything was in order, but it was unfounded and we had no problem to take the plane to the park.

My first impression of Africa was light. A light different from anyone I've seen before, intense, almost brutal. From the window only a small piece of fluffy clouds, small and its shadow on the ground, an unreal landscape and all immersed in that particular light is covered.

I remember perfectly that the first animal I saw was an ostrich, and then giraffes and elephants followed.

We landed without problems and there was the vehicle of the company (James) to pick us up and take us to our accommodation, Ol Tukai Lodge.

As soon as we got on the jeep, Albert asked us if we would have inconvenience to arrive a little later to the lodge, because a group of 3 lions had been sighted near the airstrip and could take us there before going to the hotel. Of course we had no problem. I was enthusiastic, I had hardly finished setting foot in Africa and we were about to see a lion….

When we got to the point there were already other vehicles watching the show: two young lions had fought over a female. The lions were brothers, one of them was injured and a couple of meters away from him was the couple. They explained to us that we should not worry because the wounds of the poor "bachelor" were superficial and, in addition, these unions between lone lions lasted about 3 days and then the lioness would go their way and the brothers would come together as if nothing had happened and all so happy.

We were looking at the lions when I saw how the lion rode the female, it was so fast that I could not help asking, have I seen what I think I saw? They told us that yes, that the mating between the lions is very fast, lasts only seconds, but, yes, in the few days that the female would be with the male this would occur many times a day. I cannot put photos of the event here.

Then we went back to the lodge or, at least, we tried because the path was taken by a huge herd of elephants that had settled in between and it was not a matter of bothering them. The driver explained that in the park the owners are the animals and we are the humans we should wait, so we stayed there to wait until they wanted to leave and we took the time doing a lot of photos. I was even able to photograph the moment when a baby elephant breastfed. I could not wish for a better way to start our trip!

We finally got to the lodge and there they gave us only 30 minutes to leave our bags and clean up if we did not want to miss the morning safari. So we left the things in our room and ran to the meeting point, they were not going to leave us on the ground. It was a wonderful safari where we contemplated all that pile of animals that one sees in the documentaries and they were there, within reach of our goal, almost within reach of our hands. A dream!

When we returned to the lodge we could enjoy the room and the facilities, take a bath in the pool, eat, sleep ... From our room we could see the savannah right there, only an electrified fence separated us, and through it, we could see elephants, zebras, wildebeest, hippos ... We even saw a zebra that had slipped into the garden, was inside the fence, eating the juicy grass with pleasure.

In the afternoon we did another safari and I was captivated by Lake Amboseli. It was a real hotbed of birds of all kinds, herons, cranes, ibises, storks ... so much so that the first thing I did when I returned to the lodge was to buy a book of animals to identify them. I wrote down the birds I saw and when I returned to home, my trip somehow was prolonged since I searched in Google for the Latin names and read more about them.

Another thing that impressed me about Amboseli was the amount of tornadoes that were everywhere, they call them devils of wind and they form because the earth is too hot.

We also visited a Masai village, which I like it very much, it seemed very natural, less touristy and I had the opportunity to photograph Kilimanjaro from the village as well as the arrival of the Masai cattle. Meanwhile I took the opportunity to take some photographs of the village and its inhabitants.

Do not forget the Kilimanjaro. In this park your presence is constant, where ever you go you will distinguish its impressive silhouette presiding.

On the morning of our third day in Kenya, they came to pick us up to the flight to Samburu with stop in Nairobi. We got the driver, John, waiting at the airport in a 4x4 jeep which also saw us make a short safari.

We arrived at the lodge with barely 1 hour before lunch after which we had siesta. Then we did our first safari while driving through the park. On our first safari tour in Samburu, we saw a leopard, reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s Zebra which was great! Thereafter we were worn out, we retired to the lodge to have a shower, dinner and rest.

The hotel is famous, Samburu Lodge, because it is located on the banks of the Ewaso River and crocodiles come by and you can see them from the bar, which is called the crocodile bar. Unfortunately there was a tremendous drought and the river had no water, it was completely dry, so much so that you look at one of the Lesser Kudus that we photographed walking along the riverbed.

The facilities and rooms were good but the food was buffet style at midday and at night and it was little varied, it would not have been of an inconvenience.

The next day we dedicated the whole day to safaris and we could expect to see the native species of this park: the Grevy's Zebra, which is smaller and more stylized, has a white belly and the stripes are finer, and the reticulated giraffe that has the spots as if it were a network, delimited by a white line:

We also saw a couple of cheetahs that were walking through the savanna

In this park we saw a lot of different antelopes and also many birds including starlings. One of them I took out by chance, I took a picture of an acacia full of weaver nests and when I checked it in the lodge I realized that I had also photographed the tenant.

The next day we went to Naivasha in the same 4x4 that had brought us. The trip was comfortable and we stopped to see some waterfalls near the town of Nyahururu. We stopped on the way to eat in a very nice restaurant that had a fish farm and they served you freshly caught grilled fish and we also made bathroom stops.

I was very astonished by the number of markets that were everywhere, in the sun and in the shade; anywhere 2 or 3 people met and they set up a beach bar selling things, mainly fruit, but also soft drinks and others. In every town or village we passed there was a bustling market, full of life, but it did not occur to me to ask them to stop us by the markets.

Here in Naivasha, It is not the only animals that can be found in the garden, you can also find buffalo, leopards and even lions, in addition to the usual antelopes, but these do not constitute any risk.

Crescent Island: As we had time we also visited the Crescent Island. The truth is that it was the least interesting part of the whole trip, but it has the charm of being able to walk among the animals because on this island there are no predators and you can get close to the giraffes.

The day after our arrival at Lake Naivasha we visited Lake Nakuru on a full day safari. Although I had read a lot about the lake and had also seen many photos, reality surpassed everything I had imagined. The view of the lake full of flamingos and pelicans is impressive as is the sound that many birds make. We saw many other animals, giraffes, buffalos, jackals, hyenas ... But the one I was very excited to see was this little mammal known as the elephant of the rocks – the rock hyrax. It is a species of shrew that lives among the rocks instead of making nests and has diurnal habits, but it is very difficult to observe.

And finally the turn comes to the ultimate reason for our trip: the MASAI MARA PARK, and I put it like that, with capital letters, because this distinction really deserves applause. It was a long trip in terms of hours going to Masai Mara, we knew this from the onset of the planning stages, which was the trip highlight.

The truth is that the accommodation was very good, a large tent on a wooden platform and with its porch to dine, read or simply contemplate the landscape. Inside it had a huge bed with its mosquito net, wardrobe, chest, another table with its chair, carpets and full bathroom.

We liked the camp, in general; It was located in a flat area with scattered acacias and, taking advantage of them, they had placed the stores under its shade, thus achieving a double effect, on the one hand they gave shade to the shops and made them more cozy and, on the other, they hid the shops to the look of the other guests so the feeling was that you were alone in the middle of the savannah. The only living beings that were seen were the Masai warriors because, being in an open area, they could go through the camp elephants, buffalos and any other animal, so there was constant vigilance.

After the agreed time we went to the common area and there they showed us the facilities: kitchens, dining room, lounge, large stores for groups or families and a work they were doing for a new community room. The truth is that the facilities we liked a lot because they even had a water purification system so that they could consume the water from the Aplausos camp itself.

During the next days in Masai Mara, we decided to dedicate it to try to see many animals as possible. So we went to the Mara River and we could contemplate this herd of hippos bathing in the river. It is curious to see them all together: some are seen in their entirety, others like giant stones stranded in the river, others look exclusively at the eyes.

It was where we visited the wildebeest crossing point, a great experience it must have been.
When we started the second day of our stay

After having seen the crossing point which had been my greatest wish fulfilled, we went back to the camp and a few meters from the crossing, the 4x4 stopped and alas, a cheetah had just made a kill.

When I remember my stay in Masai Mara, a color comes to my mind: gold. I remember perfectly the wide horizons covered with tall golden grass, swayed by the wind, dotted with dark green acacias and, in between, all sorts of animals in such a large quantity that they appeared as spots on the horizon. A clean sky, blue, furrowed with clouds.

Our first Masai Mara safari was the discovery of the park, its colors, smells, animals, plants. Also that of our guide, very kind who made us very pleasant safari trips. The best way to explain what it is is to tell what happened on our first safari. We were in the 4x4 on a dirt game viewing trail and, in the middle of it; Albert stops the car because he has heard a lion roar. Then he says that there are two lions roaring at each other about 2 km away. And there we go, stopping from time to time and changing direction. Finally we stopped and I ask, what happens? Albert points me to the other side of the car, and there, within reach of my hand, is the most impressive lion I have seen during the whole trip. Hidden among the foliage, a true king of the jungle, majestic, looking in our direction and posing as a true model.

During the 3 days we were in Masai Mara there were many animals that we spotted, wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, topis, elands, elephants,... But there were no less birds that we saw, I was especially struck by this heron sitting on the top of a tree.

On this trip we made two visits to different Masais villages, one in Amboseli and another in Masai Mara. I found it more appropriate to join them because there is a lot to see and experience in terms of culture.

This was a trip of a lifetime and still remains so fresh on my minds that I keep asking myself, when is the next one. I recommend planning your trip with Daniel and Albert the best expert guide you can have in Kenya.
Written January 14, 2019
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Dear Samantha, Thank you so very much for taking your time to share your trip feedback. We are pleased to hear you had a great time with us and more so Albert, your guide. We are truly humbled by your honest feedback and equally appreciate that you will recommend us to others. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to deliver such a great Kenyan safari to you! We are hoping to be of service to you again for another round of a safari tour. Best wishes
Written January 14, 2019
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Porthos B
4 contributions
Dec 2016 • Family
My family of four booked a 4-day private guided Masai Mara tour through African Sermon Safaris, after finding them over the internet. Communication with them was fast and informative, helping us build confidence to booking. We were picked at Nairobi airport timely, despite the fact that our flight was arriving VERY early in the morning at 4am. We spent three days spotting and viewing wildlife in Masai Mara Wildlife Park, and took of hot air balloon safari that was inspiring.

It is surprising being in this beautiful African wildlife savannah. We saw the big cats of Masai Mara – cheetah, lion and leopard within a day, to our surprise. From my checklist, counting all the big five and the giraffe, wildebeest, hyena, zebra, antelopes etc, not forgetting to mention the many species of birds including the martial Eagle.

The accommodation was adequate at Mara Sopa Lodge which suited us very well. The hotel had good food, comfortable beds, spacious room and the service was super. The lodge setting is beyond imagination.

The driver had excellent driving skills and his guiding was the most amazing thing we couldn’t have imagined before. He was attentive to our needs and wonderfully took great care of us – can highly recommend him! He was making all the efforts to ensure we saw all the different locations and animals. He also made sure we enjoyed varied experiences, including a taking us to Maasai village.

It was an amazing safari in Masai Mara that I would highly recommend booking with African Sermon Safaris!
Written January 19, 2017
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GwenAnnBouchard
Ottawa, Canada3 contributions
Jul 2019 • Friends
These guys were flexible, very responsive, friendly and accommodating. There were always early and provided top rate service. Our safari driver Steve was very knowledgeable, friendly, helpful and gave us the best possible experience. We would use them again, and recommend them to anyone!
Written July 17, 2019
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Valentin F
1 contribution
May 2019 • Friends
African Sermon Safaris was a wonderful way to see and experience Kenya and Diani Beach. We were able to customize our travel, allowing us time to visit with friends and family, and it did not compromise anything.We appreciated being transported from airports and hotels on time, and only no time did we miss the connection. The tours were delightful and informative. The hotels, were outstanding, especially the Mara Serena Lodge in Masai Mara.We loved the trip to Lake Naivasha and walking on Crescent Island, the boat ride, and also the Wasini Island day trip on the Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park where we were able to do exceptional activities including snorkeling, scuba diving, dhow Sailing etc. The scenery is breathtaking.The Leopard Beach Resort was outstanding, great service, and helped us greatly when we needed help. The food there was also excellent. The safari tours of the Masai Mara were remarkable with the Mara being quite exotic and beautiful.The hotels here are great and they treat guests with great respect. The amenities there are quite plentiful also. Mombasa City is quite historic and beautiful, and also central to anything in town.Everything was absolutely perfect and went smoothly and Steve our guide was just amazing and made our entire trip memorable. He was attentive to our every need and was wonderful at giving us the history of the places we visited, he is a real gem. This wonderful guide and made us laugh every day.All in all our trip was a once in a lifetime experience, because of the exceptional planning we got Daniel at African Sermon Safaris.
We would recommend them to anyone considering a trip to Kenya
Written June 28, 2019
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Dear Valentin, Thank you so very much for taking your time to leave us a review here on TripAdvisor. It was nice being of service to you as you travelled through Kenya and Diani Beach. Am delighted to learn that you had outstanding hotels, more so Mara Serena Safari Lodge in Masai Mara and Leopard Beach Resort too. Thanks for letting us know that Steve is an amazing guide that made your safari in Kenya memorable considering his wealth of experience and attention to every trip detail. Truly, Steve is one of our top guides and we are proud to have him with us. We will continue to endeavor to provide such excellent safari tours in Kenya that create rave reviews. Thank you again for giving us the opportunity to serve you. We look forward to seeing you again in the future. Best wishes,
Written July 1, 2019
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ladinie182
Wiltz, Luxembourg6 contributions
Aug 2016 • Friends
We had a great opportunity to do a Kenya safari for 3 day in Masai Mara. We had this fearful feelings that none of us had done this before and we never had any prior safari experience, but we wanted to do it. We did contact a few Kenyan safari operators and we chose to hire the service of African Sermon Safaris and it all run wonderfully well and the tour was incredibly planned.

The guide (Steve) was fantastic, friendly and did everything to ensure he met our expectations – to see the big five that we had read about. The guide was able to make us see all the big five, the wildebeests migrating and even crossing the river, enjoyed sceneries and visited a traditional Maasai village. The guide was so patient with us that he allowed us as much time at each animal and area of interest. He was so knowledgeable to the wildlife and even the best positioning of the jeep so we could capture the moments with nice shots. We were able to witness Africa’s sunrises and sunsets that were so beautiful and glorious.

The hotel we stayed at was Sarova Mara Camp which we found to be a comfortable tented lodging. It was very nice, staff were friendly and food was great. The lodging has all tents with bathroom, shower and even a verandah. We so much enjoyed being at the camp, but unfortunately, we didn’t have too much time to enjoy its facilities to the maximum

It was an excellently organized safari that worked so efficiently as planned. The guide was incredible and made us learn quite a lot. African Sermon Safaris were an excellent choice and we hope to repeat this Kenya safari experience another time in a year or so. I recommend this tour agency, African Sermon Safaris and Steve the guide.
Written October 11, 2016
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