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Where to go, what to do while in Kenya.


At about 270 KM from the Capital Nairobi, the Maasai Mara remains the leading and most popular of Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Reserves. Established in 1961, The Maasai Mara together with The  Serengeti National Park in Tanzania form arguably Africa’s most diverse yet spectacular attractions and possibly the world’s top safari big game viewing eco-system.

It sits in the now Narok County and covers about 1500 sq km along the South Western end of Kenya. It has rapidly gained global recognition, owing to the bewildering and show-stopping phenomenon of the splendid wildebeest migration, now a world wonder

Attractions/ what to see and do

  • Wildlife; the Big Five are a must see at the Mara.
    • Millions of wildebeests. The migration of the wildebeests forms a spectacular eye catching event annually
      • Other animals include, impala, gazelle, topi, giraffe, nocturnal bat-eared fox, Roan Antelope among many adding up to about 95 species of mammals, amphibians and reptiles
  • Over 400 recorded bird species
  • Hot Air Ballooning makes a holiday at the Mara worth a try
  • Huge savannahs of golden grasslands
  • Big skies
  • The Great Rift Valley escarpment

Best time to visit;

The best season to Visit Maasai Mara is between the months of June to October when the great migration takes place. However, regardless of the time of travel, a visit to Mara will always be exciting.