where to stay:
Naibor Camp: During days 2-3 of your safari with Live Worldly and Trine, you will have the pleasure of lodging at Naibor Camp . Located in the heart of the Game Reserve, this luxury tent camp will ease all difficulties from a day out on the reserve. On the banks of the Talek River, Naibor Camp offers guests their own private canvas tent, equipped with en-suite bathrooms, a safari shower, king-sized bed, private patio, and solar powered lamps. A truly beautiful and luxurious set-up amidst the most exotic wildlife in a secluded area. Enjoy the company of other travelers around the campfire and during communal dinners, made by world class chefs from the freshest local ingredients. You will feel incredibly safe, as well as catered to by the experienced staff, during your stay at the Naibor Camp. http://naibor.com/
Cottar’s 1920s Camp: Continuing to days 4-5 on your Live Worldly/Trine Safari, where you will travel right outside the game reserve to the Maasai South East Conservatory to lodge at the Cottar’s 1920’s Camp. Take a trip back in time to the ‘20s, when Hollywood idealized the African safari, during your stay at Cottar’s. Located on a 6,000 acre private conservatory, composed of 10 private tents with en-suite bathrooms and enough privacy for honeymooners and families alike. After a day of admiring the wildlife in the reserve, enjoy a private dip in the springs before indulging in a 5-star meal. www.cottars.com
activities to try:
Governors’ Balloon Safaris : A jeep may be your first idea of transportation while out on a safari in the Maasai Mara Reserve. Make your safari a truly unique experience by viewing the wildlife from above- in a hot air balloon! See the sunrise of the Masai from a new perspective that will be worth every penny. After about an hour in the air, you will land on the reserve and enjoy a delicious champagne breakfast. Drift over tree tops, come close to the giraffes, and see the massive crocodiles swimming down the winding Mara river. Book your balloon safari soon, as they do tend to book up far in advance. For more information, inquire here http://www.governorscamp.com/things-to-do/masai-mara/hot-air-ballooning
Game Drives: Game drives are designed to take you close to the wildlife rich spots in the Maasai Mara. This gives you an opportunity to view wild animals in their natural habitat as they go about their daily activities. Game drives are done during the day or night time. It is recommended that you use a local driver/guide s/he should be familiar with the area, able to give you lots of information about the animals and their habitat, and know where they can currently be found and how best to approach them. However, one can opt for a self-drive safari on condition that you are familiar with the rules and regulations of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. You can book a game drive with your luxury camp (Cottar’s, Naibor).