About Masai Mara

Masai Mara game reserve is located in the souther part of Kenya along its border with Tanzania. The diverse ecosystem consists of wildlife with animals such as lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos etc. It is famed for the annual wildebeest migration which alone involves the movement of more than a million animals.

The nearby area is dotted with villages mostly consisting of the Masai people. It is one of the most famous Wildlife conservation spaces in Africa and receives numerous visitors from around the globe.

Things to do in Masai Mara

Wildebeest Migration

Every year from July to September thousands of Wildebeests and Zebras move from the adjacent Serengeti to Masai Mara.

Balloon Safaris

Hop aboard the magnificent hot air ballons and experience the panoramic views of the horizon of Masai Mara. The hour long ride gives you a chance to experience vast wildlife.

Game Drives

Choose between a day time drive and a night drive to experience up close wildlife culture. Expert tour guides will take you to the hotspots of the park where the action takes place

Nature Walks

The Masai Mara nature walks bring you close to grazers such as elephants and gazelle. An armed game ranger walks with you as you follow the trail of these animals.

Cultural Tours

The area around Masai Mara is surrounded by Maasai villages. Experience their culture, way of life and unique challenges that the people living near the Mara go through everyday.

Horseback Riding

Be one with nature as you cross sections of the reserve on horse back. Feel the breeze, the sun as you come as close as you can to the wildlife. All tours are guided by an experienced game ranger.

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