Private jet charter to Maasai Mara
Boasting spectacular eco-systems and some of the best big game viewing in the world, a safari in the Maasai Mara is definitely one for the bucket list. If you time your visit just right, you may be lucky enough to witness the extraordinary sight of the great wildebeest migration. Contact our experts today to start planning your trip by private aircraft with Air Charter Service.
For nature lovers and adventurous spirits, the Maasai Mara’s hard to beat, and there’s plenty of luxury to be found too, if you know where to look. From five-star safari lodges to stunning tented camps, the area’s dotted with beautiful spots to unwind after a day on the plains and what better way to hop from place to place than by private aircraft?
After a breath-taking flight spotting giraffes, elephants and wildebeest from above, touch down at a bush airport a stone’s throw from your accommodation. A quick stop for a cool drink and a bite to eat will set you up for an evening game drive before dinner round the campfire or in a cosy dining room. Life in camp gets off to an early start, and dawn game drives are the best way to get ahead of the herd and out onto the plain. With an expert guide, you’ll pick up tracking tips and a unique insight into animal behaviour as you seek out lions, rhinos, leopards and buffalo.
Most days are punctuated with a tasty picnic lunch, laid on by your guide in a shady spot. As well as a chance to take a breather, it’s a great opportunity to quietly sit and spot smaller species like birds and lizards. Afternoons are time for adventure, with canoeing, mountain biking and walking safaris among the activities on offer. If that all sounds a little too taxing, opt for afternoon tea and a tipple or two. Bring the day to a close with a sundowner overlooking the savannah, before heading back to camp to freshen up for dinner or a spot of nocturnal wildlife-watching at the waterhole.
Simply contact one of our team and we can arrange everything you need to charter a private jet to Maasai Mara.