3 Day Safari Itinerary

Mahali Mzuri Camp Fly-In Safari

Probably the most Luxurious Camp in the Masai Mara

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Mahali Mzuri is part of Richard Branson’s opulent portfolio spectacular retreats. Nestled on a hillside, guests will stay in one of the 12 stunning tents, all of which provide amazing views of the Masai Mara. Mahali mzuri means ‘beautiful place’ in Swahil and the Mara has one of the highest concentration of animals in the world so game drivers offer a very high probability of spotting the big 5, though an element of luck is always helpful. In between game drives enjoy delicious meals on the sun deck or in the bush, relax and unwind in the open but cosy lounge area or cool down with a swim in the camps outdoor infinity pool, with magnificent views across the Mara, it will be a struggle to ever leave. Children aged 6 years and over are welcome and can join their parents on game drives, though for game walks they need to be at least 12.

Our Experts Recommend:
  • Owned by Richard Branson
  • Set on a hillside to provide stunning views across the Mara
  • Only a 1 hour 40 minute game drive to one of the wildebeest river-crossings during migration season
  • Infinity Pool with views

Sample Itinerary Summary

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Duration
3 days
Destination Breakdown
Options
Group basis, Escorted
Included
  • Camp is all inclusive, rate includes: All meals, soft drinks, top quality wine and fine Champagne
  • Game drives
  • Guided walking safari (under 12's are not permitted on this)
  • Conservancy fees
  • Laundry service (no dry cleaning available)
  • Domestic flights
Not included
  • International flights
  • Travel insurance
  • Spending money for souvenirs
  • Masai Mara

    Itinerary Highlights

    • Ultimate luxury deep in the Masai Mara
    • Game drives in one of the most wildlife popular areas in the world
    • Spot the 'Big Five'