The Masai Mara game reserve is 270km from, a full package of scenery, game and the Ultimate bush experience. Masai Mara is home to the Big five being Leopard, Rhino, buffalo,Lion and Elephants. The small five are also found here and this is home to seventh wonder of world, the annual migration of wildebeests and zebras from Serengeti to Masai Mara ecosystem. All this happen between July to September One of the greatest wilderness Movements.
Masai mara is famous for its large prides of big cats .It is also home to various scientists who come in for different species study. A good example is the vulture study that helps to identify where, when and what they are up to. Such studies have helped identify the various problems that are arising from the human wildlife conflicts.
Residents among the park mammals include Zebras, Antelopes, Gazelles, Hippos, and are also not left behind along Mara river banks are the gigantic Nile crocodiles. It’s also a blessed park with abundance of predators among them Lion, cheetahs, Jackal, hyena and Serval cats are found relaxing on Acacia trees. 452 bird species have been recorded including 53 raptors; Eagles, Vultures, Buzzards. Masai Mara is also the best park to see the vultures and observe animal behavior. This fact has led the BBC documentary crew here who have in turned exposed Mara to the world for the Big Cats diary series. It’s the Kenya most famous and promising game park.
Accommodation in this park ranges from campsites, tented camps, game lodges to exquisite bush homes.