Book Early at Sir Richard Branson’s Luxury Tented Camp in Kenya

Secure Front Row Seats to The Spectacular Annual Great Migration

United Kingdom, London, England. August 09, 2022

There are few things in life more breath-taking than seeing wild animals in their natural habitat; imagine seeing thousands upon thousands travelling en masse, right in front of your eyes. Enter, the Great Migration, currently in full swing in the Maasai Mara, where guests staying at the award-winning Mahali Mzuri are currently experiencing this spectacular sighting on their daily game drives.

Between June and September each year, guests are invited to secure front row seats to witness Kenya's annual great migration while staying at Sir Richard Branson's luxury tented camp in the Maasai Mara, Mahali Mzuri.

Described as the eighth wonder of the world, the annual spectacle sees up to one million wildebeest plus hundreds of thousands of zebras, gazelles and other game undertake a journey of roughly 1,600km through Tanzania and Kenya, crossing the Mara river.

A truly unique and memorable experience, guests are guaranteed to feel fully immersed in the magic of Kenya from the moment they arrive at Sir Richard Branson's famed camp. Ranked #1 Hotel in the World in *Travel + Leisure's 2021 World's Best Awards, Mahali Mzuri's 12-tented luxury safari camp occupies a prestigious location in the northern region of Kenya's Maasai Mara ecosystem and offers exceptional game viewing all year round, with highly skilled and trained guides leading the way.

When not basking in panoramic views or out adventuring on game drives, guests can enjoy a plethora of ways to relax and unwind back at camp; whether by taking a dip in the camp's stunning 12 metre outdoor infinity pool, booking a treatment in the spa or venturing out into the community to immerse themselves in local life in a traditional Maasai village.

During migration season, guests staying three or more nights at Mahali Mzuri are also treated to one complimentary day pass per adult to the Maasai Mara National Reserve.

2023 rates during migration start from USD 1,700 per person, per night, based on double occupancy and include:

  • Daily game drives and game drives at night in 13,500 hectares

  • All meals and drinks (including alcoholic beverages)

  • Unlimited access to the exclusive Olare Motorogi Conservancy

  • One complimentary day pass per adult to the Maasai Mara National Reserve during migration period

  • Transfers from the Olare Orok airstrip (25-minute drive from camp)

  • Visits to the local markets

  • Complimentary wireless internet available throughout the camp

  • All taxes and local levies

For South Africa please call 0800 056 343 (toll free) or +27 (0) 11 325 4405 alternatively email [email protected]


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