Welcome to our Bush Packages, where we offer a variety of exciting safari packages to explore some of Kenya’s most iconic national parks and reserves.
All of our bush packages include transportation in 4×4 safari vehicles, knowledgeable guides, and full-board accommodation in comfortable lodges or luxury tents. We can also customize any of our packages to fit your preferences and budget.
Book your bush package now and get ready for an unforgettable safari adventure in Kenya!
Masai Mara Hotels
Mara Intrepids Tented Camp
Olare Mara Kempinski Masai Mara
Sarova Mara Game Camp
Fairmont Mara Safari Club
Mara Explorer Camp
Entumoto Safari Camp
Karen Blixen Camp
Mara Bush Camp
Mara Serena Safari Lodge
Kicheche Valley Camp
Elewana Sand River Masai Mara
Eagle View, Mara Naboisho
Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp
Mara Ngeche Safari Camp
Mara Crossing Camp
Ol Seki Hemingways Mara
Kicheche Mara Camp
Mara Bushtops Luxury Camp
Elewana Elephant Pepper Camp
The Maasai Mara people, also known as the Maasai, are an indigenous ethnic group residing in the East African countries of Kenya and Tanzania. However, they are primarily associated with Kenya, particularly with the Maasai Mara National Reserve, which is named after them.
The Maasai are known for their distinctive customs, traditions, and cultural practices. They have a semi-nomadic lifestyle and traditionally relied on cattle herding as their primary means of sustenance. Cattle hold significant cultural and economic value for the Maasai, and their livelihoods are deeply intertwined with their herds.
The Maasai people are recognized for their colourful clothing, which includes vibrant red shuka (a cloth wrap) and elaborate beaded jewellery. They are skilled artisans and crafters, creating intricate beadwork and other handicrafts as a form of artistic expression and for trade.
The Maasai society is organized into age sets, with each stage representing a distinct phase in an individual’s life. Warriors, known as morans, play a crucial role in Maasai culture and are responsible for protecting the community and its livestock.
Although modernization and globalization have influenced Maasai society, many Maasai people continue to preserve their cultural heritage and traditional way of life. They value their land and natural resources, maintaining a close connection with the environment and wildlife. The Maasai Mara National Reserve, with its diverse wildlife and the annual wildebeest migration, attracts tourists from around the world, providing the Maasai with economic opportunities through tourism-related activities.