• Game viewing
  • Hiking
  • Masai Village visit


Welcome to our world at Masai Heritage Adventures! Nestled in the heart of Kenya, we specialize in crafting unforgettable experiences through our passion for cultural safaris, unique adventures, community immersion, and thrilling outdoor activities. With a deep-rooted commitment to preserving heritage and fostering authentic connections, we invite you to embark on a journey that transcends the ordinary. Our dedicated team is driven by a shared love for the land, culture, and people of Masai Mara, ensuring each encounter is not just a visit but a transformative experience. Join us in discovering the rich tapestry of traditions, exploring breathtaking landscapes, and creating enduring memories that resonate beyond your travels. At Masai Heritage Adventures, we don't just show you our world; we invite you to be a part of it.

Embarking on a thrilling three-day Mara Safari unveils a mesmerizing tapestry of wildlife encounters, cultural immersion, and scenic adventures. The journey begins with exhilarating game drives across the expansive savannas of the Maasai Mara, where the untamed beauty of nature unfolds. Amidst the golden grasslands, sightings of majestic lions, graceful giraffes, and herds of elephants create unforgettable moments. The itinerary extends beyond wildlife, delving into the cultural heart of the region with a visit to a Masai Village. Engaging with the vibrant community, learning their traditions, and witnessing their dances and ceremonies offer a profound insight into their rich heritage. A hike up Leganisgu Hill adds a breathtaking dimension to the experience, rewarding adventurers with panoramic vistas of the sprawling Mara plains, a landscape painted in hues of green and gold beneath the vast African sky. Each day on this safari epitomizes a fusion of natural wonders, cultural enlightenment, and unforgettable memories in the heart of the Mara.

  • Day 1 - Nairobi - Masai Mara

    Day 1: Nairobi – Masai Mara
    Arrive JKIA; you will be met by our representative. Briefing on the tour. Depart for a journey south along the floor of the great rift valley then past Narok climb the western wall entering Hemingway's country ''Serengeti plans''. Arrive in time for lunch. Afternoon visit Masai Village. A visit to a Maasai village in Maasai Mara offers a unique opportunity to connect with this ancient and fascinating culture, and to witness their traditional way of life that has endured for centuries.
    This visit offers a memorable experience, one that provides insight into the lives of the Maasai people and their unwavering connection to their heritage. On arrival you will be warmly greeted by Maasai men and women, adorned in their distinct and vibrant attire, consisting of brightly colored fabrics, intricate beadwork, and distinctive hairstyles. The Maasai people are pastoralists, and their way of life centers around their cattle. Cattle are a symbol of wealth and status in Maasai culture, and they provide the community with not only food but also materials for shelter and clothing. During the visit, you will have an opportunity to witness a traditional Maasai dance, where the rhythmic chanting and jumping reflected the deep respect and admiration the Maasai have for their cattle.

    You will be taken on a tour of their village, which is constructed using traditional materials such as sticks, mud, and cow dung. The huts, known as "manyattas," are simple yet functional, designed to protect the community from the elements and wildlife. Inside, you observe the basic but efficient way of life led by the Maasai. The village elder, a wise and knowledgeable figure, explains their customs, traditions, and the roles of different community members. It is striking to see the harmony in the division of labor and the shared responsibilities that sustained the village.

    One of the most remarkable aspects of the Maasai culture is their intricate beadwork. The Maasai women are renowned for their craftsmanship, creating beautiful jewelry and decorative items using colorful beads. You will have the opportunity to watch them create these exquisite pieces and even purchased some as souvenirs. A key moment during the visit is the chance to sit down with the Maasai people and engage in meaningful conversations. You will learn about their education system, their views on modernization, and the challenges they face in preserving their traditions while adapting to the changing world. Their resilience in maintaining their way of life while facing the pressures of the modern world is truly inspiring.

    The visit concludes with a traditional Maasai meal, which includes goat stew, maize porridge, and other local dishes. The meal is simple but flavorful, and it is a fitting way to end the immersive experience in the Maasai village.
    The Maasai people's commitment to their traditions, their strong sense of community, and their harmonious coexistence with the natural world were inspiring. It is a reminder that, even in the midst of a world of rapid change, there are cultures like the Maasai who continue to treasure and uphold their rich heritage, inviting travelers to appreciate and learn from their way of life. Dinner and overnight at Masai Heritage Guest House. www.masaiheritage.com

  • Day 2 - Masai Mara Full Day

    Early morning balloon safari is available as an option at USD 450 per person. The
    Balloon launches at 0600hrs and takes one hour. On landing you will be welcomed
    with a champagne bush breakfast.
    Full day game viewing whereby you leave the Guest House after breakfast with picnic lunch.
    The Mara is the land of African legend: Lion are abundant throughout the park, as are the elephants, giraffes, and a variety of gazelle species and zebra. Cheetah and leopard are also regularly seen and, less commonly, rhino. The annual wildebeest migration, one of nature’s few remaining wildlife spectacles, occurs in the Mara from July to September where the big animals and their predators are to be present in abundance during the time frame of this trip. Several species of Bee-Eater, the flying rainbow that heads the list of the Mara’s birds, occur in the reserve. As well as wildlife, the Maasai Mara is also home to many members of the colorful Maasai tribe who may be seen around the borders of the park – Morans (warriors) loping across the plains, young boys herding goats, or elders grouped under a tree discussing matters of the day. Dinner and overnight at Masai Heritage Guest House.

  • Day 3 - Hiking Experience -Nairobi

    Early breakfast. Proceed for two hours of hiking which adds up with a nature walk at Leganishu Hill. Return to the Guest House for check out. Depart for Nairobi. On arrival drop off at the airport for onward flight.
    Note that this itinerary can be customized to fit your arrival and departure timings.

  • • Accommodation on full board basis at the Guest House
  • Transport in a safari land cruiser with pop up roof
  • • Services of a professional English speaking driver guide
  • Game drives
  • Mineral water on safari
  • Meet and Greet at the airport
  • Park entry fees
  • Activities mentioned above
  • Personal expenses
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Balloon safari (USD 450)

Important Information

Must be physically fit for hiking.

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