- Safari game drives are conducted at the most appropriate hours, when the African wildlife and animals are most active. There is no scheduled and fixed departure. Traditionally, Kilima Camp managers and your guides will discuss with you, before or after the dinner in the main tent area, the programme for your next day, as to better respond to your specific interests and wishes (safari game drive departure time, for full or half day game drive, other bush activities…) .
- The morning safari game drives usually start at sunrise. After gathering at 6.00 am. in the main tent to enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and home-made cookies, you board your 4×4 safari vehicle and descent the Siria escarpment to reach Oloololo Gate, the entry gate of the Masai Mara National Reserve and the Mara Triangle. You are back at Kilima Camp around 9.30 for breakfast.
- The afternoon safari game drives start usually at 3.30 pm. After a cup of tea or coffee, you board your 4×4 safari vehicle and descent the Siria escarpment to reach Oloololo Gate, the entry gate of the Masai Mara National Reserve and the Mara Triangle. You are back at camp between 6.30 and 7.00, to enjoy your sundowner before having dinner.
- You can also prefer to embark on a full-day safari game drive in the Mara Triangle. Leaving Kilima Camp at around 8.00 am. (after breakfast), you spend the whole day in the Mara Triangle. This full day safari game drive will enable you to discover other areas of the Masai Mara game reserve and the Mara Triangle up to the Mara Bridge, at the border with the famous Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, more than 60 km away from Kilima Camp. At noon, you enjoy a picnic in the vastness of the Mara Triangle.
- Your driver will make a few stops along the banks of the scenic Mara River in the Mara Triangle, as to allow you to stretch your legs during your game drive.
- We can also organise night game drive upon request.
You will be sure to have memories for a lifetime during our safari game drives and we guarantee you to see amazing wildlife, game watch and game viewing in the famous Mara Triangle, which is the most preserved and unspoiled part of the great Masai Mara (with few camps and lodges resulting in the lowest density of tourists and vehicles in the great Masai Mara).