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Masai Mara fly in safari package

Masai Mara - 3 days / 2 nights - Kenya


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Leave your hectic schedule behind and pack only few necessities to enjoy our 3 Days / 2 Nights All Inclusive Luxury Safari including round trip flights from Nairobi or Mombasa (see below).

Combine your beach holiday with a Neptune Safari.

We promise African memories.

The package include:

  • Meet and Greet
  • Round Trip Airport Transfers (according to the departure)
  • Round Trip flights to Mara North Air Strip
  • Round Trip Transfers from Mara North Airstrip to
    Neptune Mara Rianta Camp ( 30 minutes by Land Cruiser )
  • 2 nights at the Neptune Mara Rianta Camp in a Luxury Tent
    with butler service
  • All Inclusive service
  • 4 Game Drives in a 4x4 Land Cruiser
  • All taxes and Mara North Conservation Area Fees

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Fly In from NAIROBI

3 days / 2 nights Safari Package - Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp

Enjoy our 3 Days/ 2 Nights All Inclusive Safari including round trip flights from Nairobi.

The package include:

  • Meet and Greet
  • Round Trip Transfers from Nairobi International Airport to Nairobi Wilson Airport ( 45 minutes by car )
  • Round Trip flights from Nairobi Wilson Airport to Mara North Air Strip ( 50 minutes flight )
  • Round Trip Transfers from Mara North Airstrip to Neptune  Mara Rianta Luxury Camp ( 30 minutes by Land Cruiser )
  • 2 nights at the Neptune  Mara Rianta Camp in Luxury Tent with butler service
  • All Inclusive service
  • 4 Game Drives
  • All taxes and Mara North Conservation Area Fees

PROGRAM:

Day 1 

  • Meet and greet at Nairobi International Airport at the arrival.
  • Transfer by car from Nairobi International Airport to Nairobi Wilson Airport ( approx. 45 minutes ).
  • Flight from Nairobi Wilson Airport to Mara North Airstrip ( approx. 50 minutes )
  • Transfer from Mara North Airstrip to Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp ( approx. 30 minutes )
  • Check In at Neptune Mara Rainta Luxury Camp and lunch
  • Afternoon Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Dinner and overnight

Important information: we strongly recommend to choose international flights with arrival in Nairobi International Airport early morning as majority of the flights from Nairobi Wilson Airport to Mara North Airstrip are scheduled in the morning. Last flight to Mara North Airstrip is at 15.00. Neptune Hotels is not responsible for any delay of International flights. Please mention ( in the specific box "Comments" during the online reservation process ) your International flight number and arrival time or your hotel in Nairobi in case you need a pick up at the hotel.

Day 2

  • Early Morning tea, coffee or hot chocolate
  • Morning Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Sundowner
  • Dinner and overnight

Day 3

  • Early Morning tea, coffee or hot chocolate
  • Morning Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch box in case of late morning departure
  • Transfer from Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp to Mara North Airstrip ( approx. 30 minutes )
  • Flight from Mara North Airstrip to Nairobi Wilson Airport ( approx. 50 minutes )
  • Transfer by car from Nairobi Wilson Airport to Nairobi International Airport ( approx. 45 minutes )

For further info please contact res.mararianta@neptunehotels or by phone at +254 04 3300046

 

 

Fly In from MOMBASA

3 days / 2 nights Safari Package - Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp

Enjoy our 3 Days/ 2 Nights All Inclusive Safari including round trip flights from Mombasa.

The package include:

  • Meet and Greet
  • Round Trip flights from Mombasa International Airport or from Mombasa Ukunda Airstrip to Mara North Air Strip ( ca 2h flight )
  • Round Trip Transfers from Mara North Airstrip to Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp ( 30 minutes by Land Cruiser )
  • 2 nights at the Neptune  Mara Rianta Camp in Luxury Tent with butler service
  • All Inclusive service
  • 4 Game Drives
  • All taxes and Mara North Conservation Area Fees

PROGRAM:

Day 1 

  • Meet and greet.
  • Flight from Mombasa International Airport or Mombasa Ukunda Airstrip to Mara North Airstrip ( ca 2h flight )
  • Transfer from Mara North Airstrip to Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp ( approx. 30 minutes )
  • Check In at Neptune Mara Rainta Luxury Camp and lunch
  • Afternoon Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Dinner and overnight

Day 2

  • Early Morning tea, coffee or hot chocolate
  • Morning Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Sundowner
  • Dinner and overnight

Day 3

  • Early Morning tea, coffee or hot chocolate
  • Morning Game Drive in the Mara North Conservancy
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch box in case of late morning departure
  • Transfer from Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp to Mara North Airstrip ( approx. 30 minutes )
  • Flight from Mara North Airstrip to Mombasa

For further info please contact res.mararianta@neptunehotels or by phone at +254 04 3300046

 

 

All 20 luxury tents are built on elevated wooden platforms and have their own private viewing deck from where hippos and other wildlife are regularly seen.

Facilities in the tent include: 

  • King Size or twin bed with fine linens
  • Butler on call 
  • En- suite facilities with solar heated hot and cold running water
  • Large shower
  • Two hand wash basins
  • Private WC
  • Sitting Area with lounge chairs
  • Writing desk
  • In-room safe

There are various ways to get to the Neptune Mara Rianta Camp in the Mara North Conservancy:

  • Either by Safarilink or Air Kenya's scheduled daily flights from Wilson Airport in Nairobi to Mara North (Buffalo) airstrip. Transfers from the airstrip to the lodge are included in the room rates.
  • By private charter to any of these airstrips
  • By road from Nairobi

For daily flight schedule information visit the Safarilink and Air Kenya websites

Address:

Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp - All Inclusive

P.O. Box 741,Narok

Kenya

Tel: +254 788 262 666

Email : info.mararianta@neptunehotels.com

GPS: -1° 09' 18.79", +35° 05' 18.31"

Area Guide

 

The Masai Mara is one of the world's largest ecosystems home to a splendid variety of trees, plants, birds, reptiles, mammals and of course the big cats. 

The Migration

Tempted by greener pastures, the wildebeest arrive at the Mara River around July and cross over into the Masai Mara plains. Their spectacular northward migration is dictated by weather patterns, but typically the wildebeest remain in the Masai Mara until about October, when they return to Tanzania. The Masai Mara National Reserve and Mara North Conservancy are located west of the Rift Valley and are a natural extension of the Serengeti and a key dispersal area for wildlife.

Approximately 1.3 million wildebeests as well as hundreds of thousands of other animals, including zebra and gazelle coming from the south make the journey. They are met on the Masai Mara plains by another migratory contingent, the resident wildebeest herds of the Mara region. These animals reside in the northeast of the Mara, the Loita Plains and Hills, and are also drawn by the lush grasslands. By October, the rains are heading back south to the Serengeti, and the migration reverses, continuing the cycle of life.

Less famous, yet very impressive, is the Loita Hills migration, where thousands of local wildebeest drift in from the east in May and often stay in the Mara North Conservancy throughout the year, heading back to the Loita Hills only when it rains again in March. This makes the Mara North Conservancy an all year destination and not just a seasonal environment.

Seasons

The Mara North Conservancy is an all year destination and not just a seasonal environment. Each season offers unique highlights.

January - March
Main focus is on the big cats and their cubs that are generally born at the end of the year, and the local Loita Hills wildebeest migration

April - June
Emerald season, quiet, an ornithological dream!

July - September
Wildebeest migration and river crossing season

October - December
Most animals are giving birth

Game Drives

Take advantage of our daily game drives within the Masai Mara National Reserve for a unique safari experience. Neptune Mara Rianta luxury camp offers 2 kinds of game drives, an early morning drive and a late afternoon drive. All day game drives are also available, these include a picnic lunch during your tour. Night game drives are available upon request.

Early Morning Game Drives:

After being woken up by the delicious smell of freshly ground coffee, a delicious cup of tea or a succulent cup of hot chocolate, our safari experts will guide you through the wonders of the African bush and the beauties of the Reserve’s wildlife just as the colors of the sunrise enlighten the day. You will be driven in our 4x4 vehicles by our highly qualified drivers through the Masai grassland. You will then return to camp to enjoy a perfectly set breakfast.

Afternoon Game Drives:

Your adventure of the afternoon game drive usually takes place late afternoon, driven in our 4X4 vehicles and guided by our qualified tour guides, you will experience your magical safari till the sun sets. 

Guided Nature Walks

A thrilling adventure that will take you in the heart of the Kenyan bush to discover Masai Mara’s wildlife from up-close. Your ranger will show you how to track animals and will brief you on how to approach the animals always keeping a safe distance. 

Bird watching

Bird Watching remains one of the most sought after activities at Masai Mara.

The Park is inhabited by over 470 species of birds from vultures to marabou storks, ostriches, African pygmy falcons and the lilac breasted roller amongst many others. Not one day will pass without seeing one of these beautiful animals.

Hot air balloon  

Another thrilling experience to not miss during your stay at Neptune Mara Rianta Camp is the hot air balloon safari. There is no better way to admire the beauty of nature from above. You will have time to take your perfect picture and portrait the exceptional views as you float above Masai Mara’s breathtaking and unique scenery.    

Maasai cultural visit  

Masai Mara is home to the Maasai ethnic group, known for their distinctive dress and vibrant culture, you will have the chance to embrace a culture who has kept its traditions for the past centuries. They will warmly welcome you in their village and tell you all about their everyday life as well as how they live and hunt on the Masai grounds.

Conservancy Rules

1. ENJOY THE AMAZING SCENERY AND WILDLIFE

Please give yourself plenty of time to enjoy one of the most beautiful places on earth. You are welcome to stay with animals for as long as you wish as long as you follow the conservancy rules below.

2. KEEP AT LEAST 25 METRES AWAY FROM WILDLIFE

Human activity interferes with an animal's behaviour; to see animals behave naturally you must keep a good distance away. Please stay at least 25 metres (roughly five vehicles lengths) away from animals. Never put your guide at risk of being fined by asking him to drive too close to an animal.

3. KEEP IT TO A WHISPER

Wild animals will move away or freeze if they hear human voices. To watch animals continue with their normal hunting, feeding and nursing activities please lower your voice and remain calmly seated. Shouting, clapping, or cheering disturbs the wild animals and is strictly prohibited. Please switch off the engine, radio and mobile phones at a sighting.

4. NO MORE THAN FIVE VEHICLES AROUND ANY ANIMALS

To ensure minimum disturbance no more than five vehicles are allowed around one wildlife sighting. When there are more than five, the viewing time is reduced to 10 minutes. In that event take your turn and wait at a minimum distance of 100 metres.

5. LET SLEEPING LIONS LIE

Respect the animals. Do not harass any wild animals by forcing them into movement, blocking their path, or follow them too closely. Vehicles and human interference can cause confusion; separating an animal from its young or preventing a hunting lion or cheetah to bring down its prey. Always keep a good distance from young families, as well as dens, burrows and nests.

6. GUESTS MUST REMAIN INSIDE VEHICLES WHEN CLOSE TO WILD ANIMALS

For safety reasons you must remain inside the vehicles when close to wild animals. This rule also applies for sitting or standing on rooftops.

7. HAVE A PICNIC

At designated areas you are welcome to stretch your legs, enjoy the view or have a picnic lunch. Check for animals, including the above branches. Stay within 25 meters of your vehicle.

8. DON'T SHARE YOUR LUNCH

Wild animals become habituated if fed, causing them to abandon normal hunting and feeding behaviours. They can then become aggressive and threatening towards humans, which may lead them to be destroyed.

9. HELP US KEEP THE MARA BEAUTIFUL

Please ensure that all litter is brought back to the camp with you, including cigarette butts. We want everyone to enjoy the wonders of the Mara. Please do not take any specimens will you; bones, feathers, stones, plants and flowers must all stay where they are.

10. NIGHT GAME DRIVES

Afternoon game drives can easily be extended into an exciting night game drive. Please use a red filter to view animals at night which does not disturb their normal behaviour.

11. RESPECT OUR RANGERS

These rules and the Mara North rangers protect the wildlife and the environment. They are there to make sure that each person who visits the conservancy can enjoy their stay. Please respect our rangers and work with them - we are all responsible in ensuring the protection of the Mara. Thank you and enjoy your stay!

Please visit Mara North Conservancy Official Website for further information

Conservancy Fees

All Conservancy Fees listed below are daily conservancy fees and are listed in USD unless otherwise noted. If you book online your stay through our online booking system the fees will be automatically added to the total purchase price. Otherwise the Conservancy fees should be paid through the camp.

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DAILY FEES

Non-resident Adult

$ 100

Non-resident Child

$ 50

Kenyan Resident Adult

1,000 Kshs

Kenyan Resident Child

500 Kshs

Our Safari Guides

 

David Ng’ang’a Waithaka

At the age of 35 David is married with one daughter. He is well trained in Range Management and Animal Health and as such he’s been tested and proved competent in range development policy, range pastures, range ecology, wildlife conservation, range research, range development and planning. He has been directly involved to very successful translocation the endangered Rothschild’s giraffes into Kigio Wildlife Conservancy from Lake Nakuru National Park and black rhinos from three National parks in Kenya to the new Mugie Wildlife Conservancy. As such he earned himself wealth of wildlife knowledge from experts he had been assisting. Through Chester zoo’s funding program, David managed to train and became one of the very few fully accredited Darwin (AFRSG) rhino monitoring instructors in Africa. David’s personal interests include: videography, educational lecturing to local wildlife clubs, reading, listening to music, hiking, spending time with his daughter when he goes home on his leave. David has travelled throughout Kenya and Tanzania. He is a silver level guide with KPSG (Kenya professional safari guides) looking forward to achieving the highly coveted Gold level.

 

David Lekinyot Mpooya

David Lekinyot is only 24 and has earned himself good wealth of experience in wildlife and tourism management. As a young after traditional graduation to Maasai Moranhood David joined and studied at Koiyaki guiding school a local Maasai collage that provides youth with education in tourism industry. Its here he was helped to understand conservation and became an ambassador of for wildlife. He has been involved in lions monitoring with Maasai Mara predator project an initiative of Living With lions Organization. He is at bronze level with KPSG (Kenya professional safari guide) and determined to sitting and passing Silver level exams soon.

 

Daniel Nabaala

As a young Maasai Moran (worrior) Daniel Nabaala was born and brought up in the Maasai community whereby he spend his time herding his father’s livestock. He is now 26, married and has two kids. To fulfill his desires to joining tourism, Daniel attended thorough training as a professional safari guide at Koiyaki guiding school. He has a bronze medal with KPSGA (Kenya professional safari guides association) and is determined to sitting for the silver level exams soon. Asked what challenges him most in the field, Daniel Nabaala said he feels bad when he cannot explain to guest’s animal’s behavior due to language barrier. As such he is determined to studying Italy as an additional a foreign language.

 

Daniel Kisemei

Daniel Kisemei  started by lecturing tourist visiting their village and as such he got encouraged from guests and friends whom admired his communicating skills to working as a tour guide. He was lucky later to joining Amboseli Institute of Hotels, Tours & Catering and attains a Diploma in tourism management. He is a bronze level guide with the KPSGA and looking forward to achieving Silver. At 26, he is married with a Son and he spends time herding his cattle whenever he is at home on leave. He has a photography passion collecting and identifying pictures of various birds.

 

 

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