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Land of The Masai - Family Holiday
Transport - Overland Vehicle, 4x4 safari vehicle
Accommodation - Lodge (2 nts), Permanent tented camp (2 nts), Camping (with facilities) (2 nts), Hotel (1 nt)
Meals - 7 breakfasts, 6 lunches & 6 dinners.
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The whole trip was fantastic. Undoubtedly our best ever family holiday. Accommodation was excellent throughout, culminating in the fantastic tented camp at the Masai Mara.
Jo Jukes, Mum
Seeing a huge crocodile devour a wildebeest 20m away; being 4-5m away from a female cheetah and her cub; waking at the edge of lake Naivasha to hear hippos barking; the early morning sounds of Africa; running the Mara with my two sons, a Masai tribesman and a herd of zebra; coming across a fresk "kill" on a walking safari - feeling all of a sudden very vulnerable!; watching the monkeys monkey about on a hammock at the Country Club; stalking and finding a pride of 11 lions and observing them as they began to hunt; watching as my sons learned to make fire with the Masai; visiting Talek Primary School to meet David, his staff and the wonderful school children; seeing an African Fish Eagle swoop down to the water around our boat to take a fish;the amazing "night sky" in the Masai Mara; meeting Max - the very naughty chimp (throws poo)!; baboons - so funny and human-like; the sounds and smells of the forest; the beautiful colours of the birds in Africa; standing on the equator with one foot either side; the dated elegance of Lake Nakuru River Lodge - loved the open fire and the mozzie nets and the 1960s lamps; cold Tusker beers and Kenyan tea; the baby elephants at Sheldricks and the glorious flowers everywhere. So not much, really!
James drove very considerately and safely given the condition of some of Kenya's roads. Our safari vehicle was spacious and comfortable although the seatbelts didn't always inspire confidence. I'd make a point of this before departure next time ... must have working seatbelts all the time. James was happy to answer questions and offered useful tips and observations. He was very good at finding game and kindly arranged, at our request, for us to visit a local school on the last day of our trip. He inspired confidence and ensured our trip ran smoothly. We felt very safe with him.
Not sure what to write here. We went on a safari holiday and our guide managed to find us all the wildlife we wanted to see. It was fantastic and my kids said it was one of the best holidays ever.
Meeting the Masai is a very short part of the whole trip - we got to see a welcome dance, they showed us how to throw spears, how they build their homes and live in them (very similar to dwellings in farming villages in India) and there was the obligatory opportunity to buy something afterwards.
Although everyone mentions / discusses caring and responsible tourism - I could not see the evidence that the $25 USD per person that the Masai get was spent for the good of the whole community. So we have to take their word for it. Interestingly my daughter (18) was not comfortable with this part of the trip - she felt we were prying or gawping at the Masai and could not accept that it was a legitimate means for them to raise funds and lift themselves out of poverty. I had interesting chats with a couple of Masai men (one of who had 2 wives - 1 to look after the cattle!!) - they both wanted their children to go to university but retain / return to their Masai way of life. I'm not sure the kids will be keen once they see other opportunities open up to them.
Overall it was an excellent opportunity to meet a people who are both different and the same (when it comes down to it - wherever you go - its all about survival, family and passing on to the next generation).
Price includes flights, transfers, all accommodation and entry fees, as well as a selection of meals. More info »
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