Lake Nakuru National Park - Kenya's largest population of Rhinos!
After breakfast, drive to Masai Mara Game Reserve and enjoy the afternoon game drive in the Game Reserve. Lunch in the lodge. In the afternoon, visit Masai Cultural Village to join the Masai dancers in their African regalia, flowing with the rhythm of African beats and dancing to their tunes.
Masai Mara is the Game Reserve that is the land of BBC's Big Cat Diary and Disney's African Cats documentaries. It's a must-see for many Kenyans and visitors alike because the park is graced by a wide variety of unique and exquisite wildlife and birds. Masai Mara is the best place to see the "Big Five": elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos , and buffalo.
Home of the Great Wildebeest Migration: The location of the annual Great Wildebeest Migration – one of the natural wonders of the world – is a gloriously beautiful, wildlife-rich savannah landscape. The annual Wildebeest Migration from June to October consists of over 1.5 million wildebeests, gazelles and zebras roaring at the border of Tanzania’s Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara, making a spectacular entrance in a surging column of life that stretches from horizon to horizon, before finally plunging wildly into the raging waters of the Mara River, creating a frenzy as they fight against swift currents and hungry crocodiles awaiting. Those that survive crocodiles and raging waters cross over to the patiently waiting predators such as hyenas, jackals, leopards, and lions for another survival battle.
The wildlife in the Masai Mara is known as one of the finest wildlife destinations in the world. There is an excellent chance of seeing the Big 5, cheetah, serval, hyena, bat-eared fox, black-backed and side-striped jackal, hippo, crocodile, baboon, warthog, topi, eland, Thompson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle, and other African wildlife.