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Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai

Are you looking for the best Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai? Would you like to know more about the best Masai Mara tour package. Kenya and India share a deep history that goes back to 1895, during the construction of the Kenya-Uganda railway. As a result, many Indians settled here, and today their descendants proudly call Kenya home. 

On arrival for your Masai Mara tours from Mumbai, you will find that we have adopted much from your culture, including food such as chai, chapati (roti), curry, and clothing. We hope that this will make you feel instantly at home! 

Of course, we know you want to learn more about the perfect Masai Mara Tours from India. So, let’s get right into it, but first, here is how you can book our Masai Mara tour package and most booked tours from India.

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Click here to learn more about planning a Masai Mara safari from Nairobi with us. We have written this article specifically for travelers who are already in Nairobi or want us to pick them up from the JKIA (Nairobi main airport). You can also contact our senior Masai Mara consultants via email at or

Alternatively, call or WhatsApp us at +254-748-258-880 or fill in our online form. We are always readily available to listen to your Kenya travel plans and budget and plan the ideal Masai vacation for you.

Our Most Booked Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai and Other Package

The Best Masai Mara Tour Packages from Mumbai Detailed Itinerary Price Per Person Sharing
3-Day African Safari in Kenya View the Itinerary  From USD 880
3-Day Masai Mara Budget Safari View the Itinerary From USD 880
4-Day Ashnil Mara Camp Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1190
4-Day Mara Serena Safari Lodge Trip View the Itinerary  From USD 1262
4-Day Masai Mara Flying Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1450
4-Day Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary From USD 750
4-Day Masai Mara Migration Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1430
6-Day Nairobi & Masai Mara Family Safari View the Itinerary  Adult From USD 2000
Child From USD 628
4-Day Lake Nakuru & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1180
5-Day Naivasha & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 854
6-Day Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1764
6-Day Amboseli, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1186
6-Day Hell’s Gate, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1788
6-Day L. Nakuru, Hell’s Gate, & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1123
6-Day Nairobi, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari View the Itinerary From USD 1795
7-Day Amboseli, Naivasha, & Masai Mara Group Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 1130
13-Day Kenya Wildlife & Beach Safari View the Itinerary  From USD 5258

Why Choose Our Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai

We are a leading tour operator in Kenya owned by and provide the best tour for Indian tourists. Here are some of the reasons you should choose us.

1. Native Guides During Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai

No one knows the Mara better than our tour guides, who were born and bred in the Mara. They will not enthrall you with the tales of the different species of animals but also regal you with stories about the Maasai culture.

2. Natural Majesty During Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai

The reserve also hosts The Big Five (Lions, Cheetahs, Buffalo, Rhinos, and the largest land mammal- the magnificent African Elephant). Our Masai Mara Tour Package is set to ensure that you experience the true essence of the Mara in all its splendor.

The tours are all onboard spacious overland 4×4 Jeeps to ensure your comfort and safety without compromising on the viewing experience.

3. Affordable Price for Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai 

Whether you go for our cheap Maasai Mara National park tour packages or the luxury Masai Mara tour packages, all our deals are optimized to cater to every budgetary class. From a comfortable economy offer to the top of class luxury deals.

Our accommodations feature superior luxury hotels, lodges, and tented camps. Our tours fall into three categories:

  • Budget Masai Mara trips (form INR 15,770 PPS based on groups of 6).
  • Mid Luxury Tours (from INR 20,877 PPS for groups of 6).
  • Luxury Maasai Mara Safari Packages (from INR 35,994 PPS for a group of 6).

4. Customized offer for Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai 

Our Masai tour Packages from Mumbai are uniquely tailored to suit you as an Indian tourist and traveler. Our deals include airport transfers, private, well-versed multilingual tour guides, and round-trip transport to all attractions and destinations within the Mara Reserve.

A Guide on Planning Your Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai, India

Masai Mara National Park is among the most visited game reserves in the world. It is located in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, slightly over 300 km from Nairobi. July to October are the most exciting months to come to Masai Mara. This is when the great wildebeest migration takes place.

However, the Mara is a year-round safari destination. If you plan to book a Masai Mara Kenya tour package from Mumbai at other times of the year, don’t worry. You will still be able to have a fantastic safari as animals can be seen all year round.

A minimum of three days and two nights is required for game drives in Masai Mara, but four days is the perfect timing. Four days allow you a comprehensive exploration of the Mara. If you have more than four days in Kenya, we recommend including other destinations in your package.

You can add top destinations to your Kenya tour package, including Lake Nakuru National Park, Amboseli National Park, and Lake Naivasha. You can also have Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Aberdare National Park, and  Samburu Game Reserve.

If you’ve at least eight days in Kenya, we endorse exploring Mara National Park and Diani Beach. Diani beach has been voted the top beach in Africa from 2014 to 2019 by the world travel awards.

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You Will Find Members of the Big Five at Masai Mara National Reserve

Our Best-Selling Masai Mara Tour Packages from Mumbai Itinerary

If you’re looking for an unforgettable safari experience, our 7 days Kenya tour package from Nairobi to Masai Mara National Reserve might be just what you need. In between, you will get the opportunity to explore other attractions like the Great Rift Valley Viewpoint, Lake Naivasha & Crescent Island, and Lake Nakuru National Park.

You’ll have the opportunity to see some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife in their natural habitat, including lions, elephants, and cheetahs. Our experienced guides will make sure that you’ve a safe and enjoyable package from Nairobi.

Day 1: Arrival in Nairobi (Welcome – Check-in – 2 hours to refresh -Giraffe Center)

Day 1 starts with our representatives picking you up from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. You will then be transferred to your hotel for check-in and an opportunity to refresh and prepare for the tour ahead. Later, you’ll head over to Giraffe Center for a guided Kenya tour, where you’ll get an opportunity to see the giraffe.

About Giraffe Center

Located on the outskirts of Nairobi, the Giraffe Center was established to help protect the endangered Rothschild’s giraffe. At the center, you’ll have a unique chance to get up close and personal with giraffes and feed them by hand. The center features a beautiful nature trail and a guest-friendly restaurant. Giraffe Center is open daily from 9 am to 6 pm.

Day 2: Nairobi to Lake Naivasha

The second day of your Kenya tour package from Nairobi will begin with a transfer to Lake Naivasha after breakfast. The transfer will see you make a stopover at the Great Rift Valley Viewpoint where you can take pictures and take in the amazing views. You will head to the hotel upon reaching Lake Naivasha where you will take lunch.

Later on, you’ll head to Lake Naivasha for a boat ride, where you’ll be able to observe the hippos and other wildlife. Lake Naivasha is also known for being a bird watcher’s paradise, so you’ll be able to see and hear some of the rarest birds in Africa.

A visit to Lake Naivasha is usually combined with a visit to Crescent Island. This island is home to many zebra and giraffes, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled. There is no game drive in the island and the ideal activity is to walk among wildlife.

Day 3: Lake Naivasha to Lake Nakuru – Afternoon Game Drive

Today you get a transfer from Lake Naivasha to Lake Nakuru National Park for the third day of your Kenya tour. This park is home to hundreds of flamingos, making it one of the best places to see pink flamingos. You’ll be able to see other wildlife during your game drive as well, including black rhinos and lions. Lake Nakuru National Park is home to four of the big five, making it a must-visit destination during a Kenya tour.

A visit to the lake also brings you close to the highest population of rhinos in Kenya. The park offers some top accommodations to choose from where you can spend the night while in Kenya, including Flamingo Hill Tented Camp, Elsamere Conservation Centre, and Lake Nakuru Lodge.

Day 4: Lake Nakuru to Maasai Mara

The road trip from Lake Nakuru National Park to Masai Mara National Reserve will take you through the scenic countryside of Kenya.

Upon arrival, you’ll check into your hotel and have lunch before heading out on an afternoon game drive.

About Masai Mara National Park

Masai Mara National Park is among the popular national parks in Kenya, known for its abundant wildlife and scenic landscapes. As you explore this sprawling reserve, you’ll have the chance to see lions, elephants, leopards, and many other iconic African animals in their natural habitat.

Masai Mara is also home to the great wildebeest migration during the months of July to October, and you’ll be able to see many animals crossing the Mara River in search of fresh grazing ground during your visit to the reserve. The reserve is home to all the big five and you can set camp by the river to enjoy your picnic lunch during the safari in Kenya.

Day 5: Full-Day Game Drives in Maasai Mara

What does a typical full-day game drive at the park look like? On your fifth day in Masai Mara National Park, you’ll head out on a full-day game drive to explore the reserve and see some of its most iconic wildlife.

With an expert guide to accompany you, this is sure to be an unforgettable adventure through one of Kenya’s most famous national parks. The day starts early as you head out on a morning game drive before the sun gets too hot, giving you the perfect chance at spotting some of your favorite animals in action.

After lunch, you’ll continue your game drive to see even more wildlife and experience Masai Mara’s spectacular scenery from the comfort of your safari vehicle.

Day 6: Morning game Drive, Visit Maasai Village, and Afternoon Game Drive

A morning game drive in Masai Mara National Park never gets old, and on your sixth day in the reserve, you’ll head out again to get a closer look at some of Africa’s most iconic animals.

This time, you’ll also have the chance to head to a nearby Maasai village and learn more about the traditional way of life among this fascinating Kenyan tribe. After seeing first-hand how these proud African people live, you’ll continue your game drive through Masai Mara to finish your Masai Mara safari on a high.

Day 7: Maasai Mara to Nairobi – Flight home/ Kwaheri

our Kenya tour package comes to an end today and you will be taken all the way to Nairobi. There’re several ways to get from Mara to Nairobi at the end of the safari, including road transfer and flight.

Transfer to Nairobi by Road

If you are up for a road trip, then you can take the transfer from Maasai Mara to Nairobi. This will take you about 6 hours and our tour guide will accompany you. The best thing about road transfer is you get to enjoy some local meals, and to us, this is better than taking a flight.

Upon arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, our tour guide will say thank you for having chosen us to be with you all the way from day 1 to day 7.

Transfer to Nairobi by Flight

If you would like to take a flight from Maasai Mara to Nairobi, then simply let us know. We can easily arrange this for you and it will only take about 45 minutes. There are many flights to choose from, so you can easily find one that is convenient for you.

After arriving in Nairobi, our tour guide will transfer you to the airport, or you can choose to spend your last day in Kenya at leisure. Whatever you decide, we wish you kwaheri and hope to see you again soon in Kenya!

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A Cheetah in Masai Mara National Reserve

The 4 Best Things to Do During Tours in Masai Mara?

Masai Mara Packages from Mumbai takes you to one of the top wildlife destinations in Africa. But the reserve is not just about game drives, as you will find from this piece.

1. Morning, Afternoon Game Drives, and Full-Day Game Drives

The primary activity during a safari in Masai Mara safari is game drives. Our expert Masai guides will take you on game drives atop a custom-made safari land cruiser with an open roof for optimal game viewing. 

They are knowledgeable about the savannah and the animals that call it home. And they are happy to share this knowledge with you. Wildlife lectures are always part of our safari

Most game drives will start early in the morning, which is a great time to view animals as they go out for breakfast. Bring your camera along; this is the best time to witness a hunt. 

Depending on the day’s program, your driver will return you to your camp for lunch and afternoon rest before embarking on an evening game drive. Ideally, morning and afternoon game drives with a return to the hotel are ideal for families traveling with kids below five years old. 

Most people prefer a full-day game drive with a picnic lunch, allowing them to venture deep into the Mara. You do the game drives, and around 1:00 pm, the driver finds a nice place, possibly under a tree, and you have the picnic lunch there. 

You then continue with your game drives till early evening.

2. Great Wildebeest Migration – July to October

If you are touring Masai Mara between July and October, without a doubt, the showstopper is the great wildebeest migration. Be on the front row as millions of wildebeest, zebras, impalas, and antelopes make the dangerous crossing from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara. 

The drama unfolds as they try to escape from the sharp jaws of hungry crocodiles in the water below. 

3. Balloon Safari – USD 475 Per Person

Another must-do activity that we recommend that you include in your Masai Mara tour package is a balloon safari. It is one thing to see the greatness of the Mara from land and quite another from the air. 

It is majesty that cannot be fully explained, only experienced. At the end of the one-hour dawn balloon safari, you will indulge in a champagne breakfast, a fitting end to one of the most exhilarating adventures you will ever undertake.

4. Maasai Village Visit – USD 30 Per Person

A Masai Mara tour package from Kolkata, Mumbai, Kerala, Ahmedabad, or any other part of India is not complete without interacting with the intriguing Masai people. During your visit, we will take you to a Masai village where you can learn various things about their culture. 

These include what they eat, how they construct their homes, colorful beads, and of course, you must give the popular Masai jump a try

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A Bonfire at a Maasai Mara Village

FAQs About Masai Mara Tours from Mumbai 

If you are looking for the best Masai Mara tours, you have come to the right place. Below our Masai Mara consultants answer all your questions about going on this once-in-a-lifetime adventure.

1. How do you get to Masai Mara from India?

Kenya’s National carrier, Kenya Airways, flies between Nairobi and several Indian cities daily. Some of the cities it covers include Mumbai, Delhi, Jaipur, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bangalore. 

Air India also flies to Nairobi via Addis Ababa and Ethiopian Airlines. It is, therefore, quite convenient to go on a Kenya safari from Mumbai. 

2. What is the nearest airport to Masai Mara?

The nearest airport to Masai Mara is the Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. It is about a 4-hour drive from Masai Mara National Reserve. There are also direct flights from Nairobi to Masai Mara airstrip in the reserve, which makes it convenient for travelers to access the park easily.

3. How do I get from Nairobi to Masai Mara?

There are two main ways to get from Nairobi to Masai Mara. One is by air, which takes about 45 minutes. After arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, we will transfer you to Wilson Airport to board the flight to Masai Mara. 

The other way to Masai Mara is by road, which takes roughly 5-6 hours on a custom-made safari land cruiser jeep. 

4. Which is the Best Month to Visit the Masai Mara?

The ideal month to go to Masai Mara is August, but anytime between July and October is highly recommended. This is the period when the world-famous wildebeest migration is underway, with thousands of wildebeest crossing from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara. 

It is worth noting that Masai Mara is unique, and you will be able to have a fantastic safari regardless of what time of year you visit. 

5. How much does a Masai Mara Safari Cost?

The cost of a Masai Mara tour package from Mumbai or other parts of India depends on several factors. They include the duration of the safari, mode of transport, choice of accommodation, and your projected budget. 

At, we have designed three different tour packages: budget, mid-luxury, and luxury. You can choose any of these based on your budget and preferences. We also specialize in tailor-made itineraries. 

6. How much is Maasai Mara Per Night?

The cost of Masai Mara accommodation depends on the quality and location of the lodge or camp. On average, you can expect to pay anywhere from USD 50 – 200 per night for a classic tented camp in the reserve. For luxury lodges that offer premier services and facilities, prices range from USD 300 – 1,000 per night.  

7. Is Masai Mara Worth Visiting?

Absolutely! Masai Mara is one of the most beautiful places on Earth, and it is a must-visit for anyone who loves wildlife and outdoor adventures. With its iconic wildlife populations, majestic landscapes, and welcoming people, you will never run out of things to do during your Masai Mara safari.

8. How Can I Go to Masai Mara from Mumbai?

The easiest way to get from Mumbai to Masai Mara is by flying directly to the Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. From there, you can either take a direct flight to Masai Mara or arrange for transportation from the airport to the reserve.

Whatever your travel preferences and budget, we at can help you plan an unforgettable safari in Masai Mara. Our expert team of travel professionals will work with you to create a custom itinerary that is just right for your needs and preferences.

9. What Airport is in Masai Mara?

There is no major airport at Masai Mara; instead, there are several airstrips where aircraft land from Nairobi. The airstrip your flight will use will depend on where you will stay. This means that we will select an airstrip nearest to your accommodation. 

Usually, the distance between the airstrip and camp is about 30 minutes. Some airstrips include Kichwa Tembo, Mara North, Ngerende, and Keekorok. 

10. Is December a good time to Visit Masai Mara?

Yes, December is undoubtedly an excellent time to go to the Masai Mara. After the short rains in October and November, Masai Mara is green and beautiful in December.  There is abundant grass, and watching animals as they graze is an easy time. 

If you are traveling with family, nothing beats celebrating the holidays in the bush with loved ones, not to mention ushering in the New Year in Savannah. 

11. Which is better, Serengeti or Masai Mara?

It is difficult to compare the Mara and the Serengeti. Both reserves share an ecosystem, so they are pretty similar. The Serengeti is much larger than the Mara in land size, but both have abundant animals and make great game drives. 

The great wildebeest migration occurs between the two parks, with animals moving from the Serengeti to the Mara and back. 

12. Is it Dangerous to Travel to Kenya?

It is not dangerous to go on a Kenya safari from Mumbai. While there are security challenges in every country, including Kenya, there have never been security threats to tourists at the Masai Mara. 

The Kenyan government has been working tirelessly to ensure security around the country. Furthermore, the Mara is removed from urban settings where such threats might occur. 

13. When should I visit Kenya?

Kenya is truly an amazing country; you can visit at any time of the year and still find lots of activities to engage in and places to visit. Kenya’s most central park, the Masai Mara, promises fantastic game viewing all year round. 

You can also visit other parts of Kenya, such as the Mt. Kenya region and the Aberdares, regardless of the time of year.

14. Where is this Masai Mara?

The Masai Mara is a national reserve in Southwestern Kenya, just 283.4 Km from Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. Its rich variety of wildlife makes it a favorite destination in the world over. 

Mara visitors get to witness the Big Five in their natural habitat through our Masai Mara tour packages that are budget-friendly and adventure-packed. 

15. How much is a Masai Mara tour package??

Cheap Masai Mara tour packages with Masa are available from INR 13,770 PPS for groups of 6.  We also have Mid Luxury Maasai Mara National Park tour packages from INR 20,877 PPS for groups of 6, and Luxury Masai Mara Safari Packages from INR 35,994 PPS for 6 people. 

The Masai Mara package from Nairobi is specifically designed to ensure you get the most out of your experience.

16. How do you get from Nairobi to Masai Mara?

Daily flights are available from Wilson Airport Nairobi. Several airlines offer cheap flights to the Masai Mara on a daily basis. Affordable chartered flights are also available. 

Alternatively, you may choose to travel by road; either by bus or by hired self-driven cars which are also readily available.

17. Is Kenya dangerous for tourists?

No, Kenya is safe. Thanks to the robust partnership between the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS), The Kenya Tourist Police, the regular police, and our very own tour guides and warders Kenya is absolutely safe to visit. 

You will also be pleased to note that our local communities zealously guard the safety of tourists in particular, as tourism is a major income earner for the common citizen. 

18. Which is the best month to visit Maasai Mara?

The Mara is excellent for animal viewing all year round. From January- March, there are a lot of Lions, as this is their prime hunting season.  For bird-watchers and visitors interested in herbivores, April- June is the season to be in the Mara. 

For the great wildebeest migration, visiting between July- October is ideal. From October- December, the herds head south back to Serengeti once more.  So, it really depends on what you are interested in when choosing the best time to visit the Masai Mara.

19. How do I book a Masai Mara tour package?

Whatever your reasons for visiting the Masai Mara, we have the perfect tour package for you. Whether you’re a first-time visitor or a seasoned tourist, we have exciting tours and packages that will ensure you have a truly unforgettable experience in Kenya. So, book your Masai Mara tour with us today and discover the wonders of this incredible country!