Masai Mara: Winter Sun
The ultimate safari experience
If you long to escape from a cold winter, the Masai Mara will certainly offer to warm you up during the months of November through to March. However, November and March are the rainy seasons in the Masai Mara, so don’t expect to escape precipitation at these times of the year. December and January are particularly hot and dry, and very good for spotting wildlife – and taking the chance to soak up a few rays by the side of the pool at your safari lodge.
With long days starting early morning to head out and see all that the Masai Mara has to offer, and warm evenings spent enjoying dinner while regaling fellow guests, if you fancy winter sun, with the added bonus of fantastic wildlife viewing, a stunning landscape and the chance of a once-in-a-lifetime holiday, book a trip to the Masai Mara. If you really want a winter sun holiday on the beach, book a holiday in Mombasa, then book a short safari trip to the Masai Mara, for the ideal combination.