Maasai Mara migration tours
Maasai Mara migration tours
Masai Mara game reserve sums up the best of safari in Kenya!
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is named in honor of the Maasai people who inhabit its vast areas of natural beauty and abundant wildlife. They live in harmony with the wildlife and nature!
Masai Mara Safari Packages Offer Unparalleled Game Viewing Opportunities
The Masai Mara goes beyond description. It is not just an interesting tourist destination in Kenya; it is among the main reasons to visit Kenya and the region. The Mara ecosystem hosts the highest concentration of wild animals per square km than any other park in the region. The tree studded typical African Savannah offers the best game viewing opportunities in the world It is home to the famous Masai tribesmen, Africa’s most celebrated tribe.
Experience The Great Wildebeest Migration In The Maasai Mara By Air or Road
A popular sight to be observed between the months of July and October is the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra, and Thomson’s gazelle to and from the Serengeti. Leopards, lions and cheetahs can also be observed in the area. The untouched landscape is perfect for wildlife to flourish and human numbers given access to the area is limited. All this combined makes safari excursions to the Masai Mara National Reserve an exceptional and unforgettable experience.
Here at Natural World Kenya Safaris we provide a selection of Masai Mara drive – in and fly – in safari tour excursions that vary in duration, accommodation options and amenities and include visits to the Masai Mara National Reserve. Our friendly tour driver guides have vast knowledge and experience of the area which allows them to navigate the area and give you the best seats in the house. Maasai Mara migration tours
Which is the best month to visit Masai Mara?
If you’re looking to see a spectacular array of wildlife when on your safari, the best game viewing months in Kenya are during the dry season from late June to October. The Masai Mara is also Kenya’s most noted location for the wildebeest migration, due to the Mara River crossings. This usually happens in July, however it is hard to say exactly when.
What animals live in the Masai Mara?
The Masai Mara is one of the best parks for safari game viewing. Sighting of four of the big five are guaranteed to be seen during your excursion, including the elusive black rhino, lions, cheetahs, giant herds of elephants, and not forgetting the wildebeest and zebra that cross the plains during peak months. Wildlife viewing in the Masai Mara is good throughout the year, so you don’t need to worry about missing the animals.
How many days do you need in Masai Mara?
The Masai Mara National Reserve covers 1,800 km2 in the southern part of Kenya. Therefore, we recommend spending 3-4 days exploring the destination, due to it being a large area. However, with Natural World Safaris you can choose how long you would like to stay in the reserve, as our packages offer a variety of safari experiences.