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The park entrance fees for Masai Mara National Reserve

The park entrance fees for Masai Mara National Reserve

The park entrance fees for Masai Mara National Reserve

The park entrance fees for Masai Mara National Reserve: The Masai Mara National Reserve is not only run and managed by the local community but also helped by Kenyan Wildlife Services.

The mode of paying the Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fees is either direct payment to the reserve gates or by use of the credit card in Kenya’s capital Nairobi. The Masai Mara National Reserve gates here include the Purungat Bridge, Serena Airstrip, and then the Oloololo gate.

After paying the Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fees, they become valid for only 24 hours meaning that if 24 hours last then you will have to pay another entrance fee. The Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fee is influenced by the client’s origin, where to stay in Masai Mara National Reserve, and then his or her age. For example, the visitors staying at the Little Governors Camp and the Mara Serena Lodge can pay as little as less than $10 as the Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fees.

All the East Africa residents from countries of Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, and Burundi meaning that all these pay the same price. However, if you’re from these countries, you will need to carry your National identity card or your passport to prove your residential status or your country of origin

 

The park entrance fees for Masai Mara National Reserve include the following and these fees are applicable per person per day;

Non-residents visitors inside the reserve and are adults will have to pay the US $70

Non-residents visitors outside the reserve and are adults will have to pay the US $80

Non-residents visitors inside the reserve and are Children will have to pay the US $40

Non-residents visitors outside the reserve and are Children will have to pay the US $45

For Non-residents visitors inside the reserve and are students adult will have to pay the US $40

For Non-residents visitors outside the Reserve and are student children will have to pay the US $20

 

Visitors from the East African Community (East African citizens)

Citizen students will pay Ksh. 200

Citizen children will pay Ksh. 200

Citizen adults will pay Ksh. 1000

 

Visitors from the East African Community (East African Residents)

Resident children pay Ksh 300

Resident student pay Ksh 300

Resident Adults pay Ksh 1200

 

Vehicles to Masai Mara National Reserve Charges based on per visit

A vehicle with 5 sitting capacity or less pays K sh.400

A vehicle with 6 sitting capacity but less than 12 pays K sh.1000

A vehicle with 34 sitting capacity but less than 24 pays K sh.3000

A vehicle with 25 sitting capacity but less than 44 pays K sh.4000

A vehicle with 45 sitting capacity and above pays K sh.5000

 

Trucks to Masai Mara National Reserve Charges based on per visit

Truck of one to 3 tons pays Ksh 700

Truck of four to seven tons pays Ksh 2500

Truck of eight tons and above pays Ksh 3500

 

Aircraft landing to Masai Mara National Reserve Charges based on per landing Fees

Aircraft will less than 3 seats-Ksh 300

Aircraft with 3 seats but less than 6 seats will pay Ksh 500

Aircraft with 7seats but less than 14 seats will pay Ksh 1000

Aircraft with 15 seats but less than 20 seats will pay Ksh 2000

Aircraft with 21 seats and above will pay Ksh 3000