Full Day Traditional Wedding at Maasai Mara



Hot Air Balloon Ride

Champagne Bush Breakfast

Traditional Wedding Ceremony

Traditional Rituals by Maasai Elders

Lunch by the Mara River


Is it your honeymoon, anniversary or want to commit to your loved one? A Maasai wedding is the perfect opportunity to seal your love under the sun of the African savannah.

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We will pick you up from your hotel at 4:00 a.m. and begin the experience with one of the most incredible activities that Masai Mara offers. We assure you that it will be worth getting up early. A hot air balloon will be waiting for us to fly over the African savannah . For an hour, we will take a walk and have fascinating views of the sunrise .

After this, we will land and enjoy a delicious buffet breakfast in the middle of the savannah. With the recovered forces, we will get on an off-road vehicle to go to the bank of the Mara River , where the wedding ceremony will take place.

Once there, we will be welcomed by a Maasai tribe and the oldest of them will perform the traditional ritual. Do you know what it consists of? At a Maasai wedding, milk or beer is used as a symbol of the couple’s blessing. In addition, the bride’s shoes are adorned with herbs as a sign of fertility. It will be a moment that you will never forget!

When you have already sealed your love in Masai Mara, we will offer you a bridal cake and champagne lunch to toast the happiness of your marriage. And so that you take an indelible memory with you, a professional photographer will have immortalized the entire ceremony.

We will end the experience by taking you back to your hotel. We will be there around 4:00 p.m


Wedding ceremony for the Maasai rite.
Pick up and transfer back to the hotel.
One-hour hot air balloon ride.
Professional photographer.
Breakfast and lunch.
Wedding cake.
Bottle of champagne.
Guide in English

4 Days Safari package at $ 1,000 Per Person
Gratuities (Optional)
Flights into Kenya
Extra Guests attending the event Pay

Per person

Adult: USD 500

Child: USD 300

Senior: USD 500


The Maasai rite is not recognized by law, so it is not a legal wedding. It is a ceremony to spiritually seal the depth of the couple’s love.