Masai Mara

A fun-size pinch about Masai Mara

Sweeping hills, lolling savanna’s, phenomenal river junctions, and needless to say… greater wildlife and escapade than any flick could paint. Greetings say the Masai Mara, dwellings of the ‘Big Cat Diary’, short term quarters of the ‘Great Migration’, fearless Maasai warriors, and some of the most extravagant safari lodges in this world.

The Masai Mara spotlight is a remarkable change of scenery of ruggedness, good-natured people and an array of different types of beings huge and tiny. Globally celebrated for presenting the legendary Great Migration, welcoming wildebeest as far the eye can see accompanied by zebras and predators alike spreading all over the savannas July through October. The Masai Mara National Reserve and Conservancies are overflowing with aliveness and provide safari adventurers an extensive amount of recreation to select from. High flying hot air balloons at sunup or 4×4 road Safari all at your fingertips. An invitation to enjoy the Mara is an unforgettable experience to take home filled with a lifetime of memories.

Traveling on a Masai Mara Safari

A significant portion of going on a safari is planning it. Living in Africa and having been here we have experienced the feeling and are aware  of the many questions you might have. We are an email or message away should you need a helping hand planning your dream safari

About Masai Mara & Conservancies

The Great Migration and warm people coupled with African Big cats and all the wildlife.The Masai Mara is definitely a go-to when visiting Kenya. Drink in the glassy blue skies on a hot air balloon, or an aircraft and get a view of unimaginable African land and its occupiers.To have an exclusive rendezvous and get close to the action, go on a safari in an open top Land Rover and be around the lions, elephants, leopards, and life unimaginable up close and personal.