Why do thousands of tourists end up in Maasai Mara each year? For some people, the quickest answer to that question is they rush to Maasai Mara National Reserve to witness the annual wildebeest migration, with lions and other predators in hot pursuit. But there is more to Maasai Mara than the lions, the Mara river crocodiles, or the over 1.3 million wildebeests whose migration has been named one of the world’s seven wonders.

Maasai Mara is in southwestern Kenya and is the best game reserve to visit if you are a fan of the wild. The national reserve is teeming with wildlife of all sorts: cheetahs, hyenas, elephants, leopards, jackals, rhinos, thousands of zebras, Thomson and Grant gazelles, warthogs giraffes, impalas, waterbucks, buffalos, etc. Then there are the colourful birds in the air and on the trees.

A visit to the Maasai Mara allows you to be up-close and personal with these amazing creatures. It helps if you have a good guide and a fine driver if you want more information about each animal spotted and a 360-degree view. The sunset and sunrise are awesome in the Maasai Mara, so the best times for game drives are the mornings and evenings. And the feeling is hard to describe as you cast your eyes across the vast savannah landscape. You see cliffs, rivers and bushy areas.

The accommodations at Maasai Mara are excellent, judging by the multiple reviews across the travel sites. The food is also delicious, they say.

You can also opt for an air balloon safari for a bird’s eye-view of the Maasai Mara if you are up to it. This is ideal during the migration period, which is the end of September or thereabout.

We can manage your trip to the Maasai Mara, providing you with even the camping facilities. Yes, there are plenty campsites in Maasai Mara. Get in touch with us for an unforgettable adventure.