Maasai Mara Migration Safari

Key Points

  • Vast experience since 2004.
  • Strategic camp location on the confluence of the Talek and Mara rivers.
  • Abundance of wildlife action.
  • Small intimate tented bushcamp accommodating 6 guests max.
  • Exclusive use of camp.
  • Guided by professional and well-published wildlife photographer.
  • Your guide drives the vehicle ensuring timely and exact vehicle placement.
  • Photographic workshop included in safari.
  • Exclusive use of 2 open game-drive vehicles.
  • Daily schedule very flexible and tailored according to group requirements.
  • 6 guests maximum per safari.
  • Complimentary photographic beanbags while on safari.

Safari Dates

  • 16 – 23 September 2018

The Maasai Mara

The Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is an area of 1 510 sq kms (150 000 hectares). It borders several private concession in the greater Mara and to the south in Tanzania it joins the Serengeti National park thus forming part of an unfenced wilderness of more than 2 million hectares. This vast ecosystem sets the stage for one of the worlds most incredible wildlife spectacles; The Great Migration. The vast, open landscape and overabundance of animals sets the standard of wildlife viewing in the Mara in a league of its own.


Waving grassland savannah strewn with isolated trees makes this the quintessential African landscape. The open landscape offers unobstructed wildlife viewing and visitors to the area are afforded the chance to enter the lives of the Mara’s inhabitants for a few days. White-bearded Wildebeest, Burchell’s Zebra, Thompson’s Gazelle and Eland form the core of the vast herd of 2 million animals that enters the Mara as part of the Great Migration. Resident predators such as Lion and Cheetah are equally visible while sightings of Leopard are not uncommon.

The Camp

Nestled in a much-desired location on the confluence of the Talek and Mara rivers is Naibor Wilderness camp. A private mess tent with light soft furnishings and spectacular views and three guests tents accommodating a maximum of only 6 guests makes up the entire camp. The camp is booked out exclusively and our guests do not share with anyone outside their own group.

Each guest tent is a private unit complete with shady verandah, his & hers wash basins, en-suite bathroom with flush toilet and safari shower, filled daily with hot water on request. The well spaced and private tents nestle amongst a riverine forest and are spaced so that each has a unique view of the surrounding bush and wildlife. The tents are furnished with solid, comfortable furniture so that you have the ultimate in camping-luxury to come back to after exciting game drives.


You will spend up to eight hours a day in the vehicle pursuing wildlife action. Make sure it’s comfortable. The very spacious vehicles we use are all completely open-sided with drop down canvas sides in the event of rain. Only one photographer per row of seats ensures sufficient space for bulky camera gear and superior maneuverability. The roof can be opened allowing our guests the option to view and photograph from either position. Each vehicle is fitted with a fully stocked fridge and charging (photographers take note!) facilities are present in each car. All other amenities such as tissues, insect repellant, hand sanitizer and a fully stocked first aid kit is present in the vehicle.


  • Flying Doctors medical evacuation insurance.
  • All road transfers while in Kenya.
  • Return domestic flights between Wilson airport, Nairobi and Ol Kiombo airstrip, Maasai Mara.
  • Freight seats to accommodate extra photographic luggage.
  • One night twin sharing or double accommodation in Faiview Hotel, Nairobi on bed and breakfast base.
  • Six nights twin sharing or double accommodation in Naibor Wilderness Camp, Maasai Mara on full board base.
  • All house beverages including house wines, beer, local spirits, tea, coffee, soft drinks and bottled water at Naibor.
  • Private photographic guide for duration of your stay.
  • Reserve entrance fees and park conservation fees.
  • Tourism Levies.
  • Exclusive use of two open game viewing vehicles allowing each photographer a row of seats for duration of stay.
  • Twice daily game drives per day.
  • Complimentary beanbags for duration of safari.


  • International Flights.
  • Dinner and bar account at Fairview of first night.
  • Matters of personal nature
  • Spa treatments.
  • Premium brand liquor.
  • Curios.


Day 1

Sunday, 16 September 2018

  • Arrive Jomo Kenya International Airport (JKIA) – Own arrangement.
  • Road transfer to Fairview Hotel (45 minutes).
  • Check in at Fairview Hotel. (Twin sharing and Bed and breakfast base)
  • Dinner where group will meet one another and guide.
  • Retire for bed.
Day 2

Monday 17 September 2018.

  • Early morning wake up
  • Meet for Breakfast.
  • Check out at Fairview Hotel.
  • Road transfer to Wilson Airport (45 minutes).
  • Check in for domestic flight to Maasai Mara.
  • Domestic flight, Wilson to Ol Kiombo (50 minutes).
  • Road transfer from Ol Kiombo airstrip to Naobor Wilderness Camp (20 miutes).
  • Check in at Naibor Wilderness.
  • Lunch.
  • Leisure
  • Afternoon Game Drive.
  • Return to Camp for sundowners and Dinner.
  • Retire for bed.
Days 3 – 7

Tuesday,18 September 2018 to Saturday 22 Sept 2018.

  • Early morning wake up
  • Meet for coffee and tea.
  • Depart for morning photographic game drive stopping for coffee midway through.
  • Breakfast is served in the field depending on wildlife activity and dayly route or return to camp for breakfast.
  • Lunch.
  • Leisure.
  • Meet for afternoon tea.
  • Afternoon Game Drive.
  • Return to Camp for sundowners and Dinner.
  • Retire for bed.
Day 8

Sunday 23 September 2018.

  • Early morning wake up
  • Meet for coffee and tea.
  • Depart for morning photographic game drive.
  • Return to camp for breakfast.
  • Check out at Naibor Wilderness.
  • Road transfer to Ol Kiombo Airstrip (30 minutes).
  • Return flight to Wilson Airport, Nairobi.
  • Road transfer from Wilson airport to JKIA.

This safari is also available as a private safari.

Contact us for more information and cost.

Contact Info

Plot 14 Kampersrus,
Limpopo Province,
Republic of South Africa
(+27) 082 745 0522

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