Masai Mara

Overview

Kenya’s stunning beauty is seen in its unique natural heritage. In Masai Mara, the big five meets the ugly five. Also, get to see the wildebeest migration that is the 7th wonder of the world. Get to interact with the Masai community and experience their culture as you explore Kenya in your way and live the dream. The Masai Mara National Park is one of the greatest safari destinations in the world and is named after the fierce Masai tribe. It is situated in the southwestern region of Kenya and is effectively the northern continuation of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The park’s rich ecosystem of endless rolling plains and tree-lined rivers attracts a dazzling array of wildlife, allowing for excellent game viewing year round. In addition to spotting the famous Big Five, visitors can also witness the spectacular Great Migration, which is traditionally present in the Mara from around July through September. With over 100 camps and lodges, accommodation options in the Masai Mara National Reserve are as varied as they come, but you can be sure of finding one that fits your style and budget during your safari in Kenya.