previous arrow
next arrow
Slider

MASAI MARA NATIONAL PARK

MASAI MARA

NATIONAL PARK

Kenya

title_line
title_line
title_line

THE UNDENIABLE APPEAL OF MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE, NAMED IN HONOUR OF THE MAASAI PEOPLE, IS ROOTED IN ABUNDANCE AND AN ANNUAL PHENOMENON. DIVERSE NATURAL HABITATS, A BOUNTIFUL ARRAY OF WILDLIFE AND BIRDLIFE AS WELL AS THE LEGENDARY GREAT MIGRATION ESSENTIALLY DEFINE THE EXPANSIVE RESERVE.

It really is no wonder that it is considered the country’s most famous and most popular safari destination. Exceptional game viewing in the reserve and surrounding conservancies can be expected throughout the year. During the intense migration, thundering wildebeest and zebras are faced with crocodile-infested waters as they cross the Mara River into the reserve, only to be followed by large predators including lions, leopards, cheetahs and Spotted hyenas. The consolation is breathtaking vistas of rolling hills, open grassland, acacia woodland and riverine forests where fresh grass and water welcome the survivors and close to 500 species of birds. An early morning hot air balloon trip, followed by an opulent, private Champagne breakfast in the savannah is one way to experience the Masai Mara National Reserve. So are peaceful picnics, inspiring sundowner sessions and candlelit feasts in the wild, set to the sounds of the bush.

THE UNDENIABLE APPEAL OF MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE, NAMED IN HONOUR OF THE MAASAI PEOPLE, IS ROOTED IN ABUNDANCE AND AN ANNUAL PHENOMENON. DIVERSE NATURAL HABITATS, A BOUNTIFUL ARRAY OF WILDLIFE AND BIRDLIFE AS WELL AS THE LEGENDARY GREAT MIGRATION ESSENTIALLY DEFINE THE EXPANSIVE RESERVE.

It really is no wonder that it is considered the country’s most famous and most popular safari destination. Exceptional game viewing in the reserve and surrounding conservancies can be expected throughout the year. During the intense migration, thundering wildebeest and zebras are faced with crocodile-infested waters as they cross the Mara River into the reserve, only to be followed by large predators including lions, leopards, cheetahs and Spotted hyenas. The consolation is breathtaking vistas of rolling hills, open grassland, acacia woodland and riverine forests where fresh grass and water welcome the survivors and close to 500 species of birds. An early morning hot air balloon trip, followed by an opulent, private Champagne breakfast in the savannah is one way to experience the Masai Mara National Reserve. So are peaceful picnics, inspiring sundowner sessions and candlelit feasts in the wild, set to the sounds of the bush.

KENYA ACCOMMODATION

DISCOVER KENYA

error: Content is protected !!