Masai Mara National Reserve Fees 2024 – 2025

Masai Mara National Reserve Fees 2024 – 2025

Masai Mara National Reserve fees 2024 – 2025 are the newly updated and approved fees as per the communication from Narok County, the body responsible for the protection and conservation of Masai Mara National Reserve, otherwise known to other travelers as Masai Mara Park Kenya. These updated Masai Mara National Reserve fees 2024 – 2025 are to come in effect from 1st January 2024.

The updated Masai Mara National reserve fees are divided into 2 that is into 2 seasons, including from January through June, and July through December. Apart from this, Masai Mara National Reserve fees 2024 are also categorised according to age that is adults and children. One’s resident status also plays a role in the price of the Masai Mara National Reserve fees 2024.

Masai Mara National Reserve Entrance Fees 2024

As you plan your Kenya safari tour 2024, knowing the updated Masai Mara Park fees. Important to note is that irrespective of whether you are staying in accommodation inside or outside the park, the Masai Mara Park entrance fees are the same. The Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fees 2024 – 2025, which are as;

January – June Masai Mara Park Entrance Fees 2024

For this time of the year, the Masai Mara Park entrance fees are as;

  1. Adult Foreign non-residents pay 100$ per person per day, while children of the same status pay 50$ per person per day and students also pay 50$.
  2. Adult East African Residents pay 4,500KSH, while children pay 2,000KSH and students pay 2,000KSH s well, all per person per day.
  3. Adult Kenyan citizens pay 3,000KSH, children pay 1,000KSH and students also pay 1,000KSH, all per person per day.
  4. Adult Narok residents pay 2,000KSH, Children aged above 10 years pay 500KSH, all per person per day, while children below 10 years enter for free.

July – December Masai Mara Park Entrance Fees 2024

For this time of the year, which is considered peak season that sees many more travelers in the country for Kenya safaris, has Masai Mara National Reserve Entrance fees 2024 as;

  1. Adult Foreign non-residents pay 200$ per person per day, while children of the same status pay 50$ per person per day and students also pay 50$.
  2. Adult East African Residents pay 4,500KSH, while children pay 2,000KSH and students pay 2,000KSH s well, all per person per day.
  3. Adult Kenyan citizens pay 3,000KSH, children pay 1,000KSH and students also pay 1,000KSH, all per person per day.
  4. Adult Narok residents pay 2,000KSH, Children aged above 10 years pay 500KSH, all per person per day, while children below 10 years enter for free.

Masa Mara National Reserve Vehicle Entry Fees 2024

  1. Vehicles with less than 6 seats pay 500KSH per day
  2. Vehicles 6 – 12 Seats pay 1,000KSH per day
  3. Vehicles 12-24 seats pay 3,000KSH per day
  4. Vehicles 25-44 seats pay 4,000KSH per day

Masai Mara National Reserve Balloon Services Fees 2024

  1. Annual balloon operational permits 300,000KSH
  2. Single Landing fees are 80$ per adult person
  3. Single Landing fees are 35$ per child.

    Masai Mara National Reserve Fees 2024 – 2025
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The above are the updated Masai Mara National Reserve fees 2024, which ought to be considered as you plan out your Masai Mara National Reserve safari. Below are Masai Mara National Reserve Rules and Regulations;

  1. Keep in mind speed limits that are: 50km/h on graded roads, and 30km/h on other roads.
  2. Always slow down for animals
  3. Off track driving is not allowed, especially in High use and River zones
  4. Off-road drives are allowed in Low Use Zones to view the big cats
  5. Always maintain a 25m distance away from animals
  6. Do not make noise in the Masai Mara: no shouting, clapping, cheering or hooting
  7. Do not sit or stand on vehicles’ roof while in the park
  8. Do not exceed 5 vehicles at any individual wildlife sighting. Should there be more than 5 vehicles waiting to see an animal, viewing time is restricted to 10 minutes, while vehicles waiting to see the sighting must wait at a distance of 100m away.
  9. Do not leave your safari vehicle at river crossing points during the migration. Also do not drive through the migrating herds.
  10. Do not cross the Tanzania border
  11. Do not chase, follow or harass animals in Masai Mara National Reserve
  12. Littering is not allowed in the park
  13. Park entrance and exit should be by 7am and 7pm.

Masai Mara National Reserve is an amazing Africa safari destination, and most travelers look to combine this park with the nearby Serengeti Park Tanzania, which is officially known as Serengeti National Park in Tanzania which would be easily accessed if not for the border policies. Get in touch with a reputable tour operator to help you pitch an amazing Masai Mara National Reserve safari, any time of the year.

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