Masai Mara Safari

Masai Mara safari delivers many attractions. Masai Mara Safari is arguably the best wildlife adventure experience in the world and this is certainly not an over statement. The reserve is home to some of the most diverse collection of animals, not just the 'Big Five' but also the 'Big Nine' most of which can be seen during a safari tour in Masai Mara. Though the wildebeest migration season from July to September is the highlight of the year, Masai Mara safari is a rewarding experience all year round. The Masai Mara Game Reserve is situated on the South-Western region of Kenya. This park is one of the most prestigious Game Parks in the world. Your Masai Mara Safari journey from your hotel takes you through the scenic Rift Valley. While travelling through the Rift valley escarpments, you can opt to take a break for a photography moment at the Rift-Valley’s viewpoint. This 5-and-a-half-hour journey across Kenya’s scenic Rift valley floor is truly memorable. You will get to spot monkeys, zebras, antelopes before even getting to the Masai Mara. We choose the best tented camps and lodges for you. The hotels or tented camps we opt for are in close proximity to the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Making them ideal while going for game-drives. After your delicious lunch at your hotel, you will proceed for an afternoon game viewing inside the Masai Mara. During this time of day, prides of lions are seen basking under the tall Savannah grasslands while cheetahs can be spotted stalking their next prey. The Game park is home to the Big 5 wildlife that include; buffalo, lion, leopard, Rhino and elephants. This are Kenya’s largest animals. Other than the big 5, the Mara ecosystem is home to various wildlife and bird species. Including; giraffes, hippos, hyena, crocodiles while the birds include Ostrich, Grebes, Heron, Secretary birds, Vultures, Eagles among many more bird species. The main attraction in this esteemed game park is the annual wildebeest migration safari. This migration occurs every year from July to September. More than 500,000 wildebeest migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania crossing over to the Masai Mara Game Reserve via the Mara River and also Talek River. The dramatic scenes are when the wildebeest and zebras cross over and the predators are hot on their heels to catch their next meal. It is truly an ideal photographic moment while on this Masai Mara Safari.