How to travel to Masai Mara?

It is near and it is easy; you leave Europe in the afternoon/evening – and join your Maasai Guide on the savannah by 11am next day. We care for you from the moment you land at Nairobi International Airport until the moment you leave.

IN NAIROBI

Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, our driver will be waiting to welcome you to Kenya and to transfer you to your next destination. Wilson Airport, a domestic airport is 20 minutes drive from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. This is where you will start your flight to our camps in the Masai Mara Game Reserve and Mara Naboisho Conservancy. The duration of the flight to our camps is approximately 1 hour. Please confirm with your travel agent if your holiday rate is inclusive of domestic flights.

Please remember that to travel to Kenya, all visitors need to go through the passport control system. The identity of all travellers to Kenya will be checked both upon arrival and departure. Keep your passport safe and secure during your stay in Kenya. You also need a Visa, which you need to apply online before hand. Read more about the visa here.

IN MASAI MARA

Once you arrive at the airstrip in the savannah, our driver will welcome you to your first safari experience in the wild! We transfer you to our camps as you enjoy a leisurely game drive en route. If you have booked our Basecamp Circuit, we will take care of all the transports between the different camps, while you can enjoy game drive along the way.

BOOK YOUR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

Please visit the airlines respective websites or contact your travel agent to make flight bookings to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Kenya (IATA code – JKIA) Major airlines worldwide have direct flights to and from Kenya on a regular basis.

KLM
Brittish Airways
Kenyan Airways
Turkish Airlines
Lufthansa