Visiting the Masai Mara in Kenya on Migration Safari

Anyone who has ever browsed through a safari handbook will be familiar with the Masai Mara. A Masai Mara safari has it all in store. The Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, one of the most well-liked safari locations on earth, offers visitors a genuine African vacation experience. It happens to be home to some of the highest densities of wildlife in Africa. It also provides some of nature’s most breathtaking spectacles as well. Majestic, strolling herds of elephants, the clash of Africa’s biggest cats and the heart-pumping thrill of the Great Wildebeest Migration in Masai Mara …To find out just why it’s so popular, we’ve done our research to convince you to add a Masai Mara safari to your travel wish list.

Abundance of wildlife
The open grasslands, the Masai Mara has a variety of habitats, which in turn support a wide diversity of wildlife. It is supposed to be the home to the African ‘Big 5’ - lion, leopard, elephant, Cape buffalo and rhino. It is recognised for having a sizable permanent lion population, and there is a very high likelihood that you will see one. Cheetahs thrive in the open savannah, so the Mara is a terrific site to see them and, if you're lucky, see their amazing athleticism during a swift hunt. Hyena sightings are quite frequent day or night because of the very big clans that are brazenly wandering the plains. It is home to an abundance of other wildlife, including wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, antelope, ostrich, giraffe, cheetah, hyena and many more.

The great wildebeest migration
The Masai Mara is well known for the Great Migration Between July and October, it is the site of the annual wildebeest migration when the herds leave Tanzania's Serengeti National Park and cross the Mara River, which serves as the country's international boundary with Tanzania. They are traveling in search of better water and pasture resources. The epic migration is one of nature's most stunning sights and one of Africa's most dramatic survival tales. To stay up to date on the whereabouts of the herds, we can share the great wildebeest migration tracking map for you. The wildlife of the Masai Mara is a highlight all on its own, apart from the wildebeest migration. Four of the Big Five can be seen all year long. It’s just the rhino that remains elusive. The landscape also provides a unique chance to see cheetahs sprinting across the plains in pursuit of antelope, while the rivers hold giant crocodiles and pods of hippos, which you’ll see basking in the sun

Excellent birding opportunities
Over 1000 different bird species, including migratory birds with exquisite feathers, can be found in Kenya. Between November and March, birding is at its vibrant height, and twitchers will be astounded by the variety, from the smallest bee-eater to eagles that swoop overhead. In addition to having an abundance of wildlife, the Masai Mara National Reserve also caters a lot to birding enthusiasts.

Truly incredible safari
The Masai Mara National Reserve is the best-kept wildlife reserve in Kenya and welcomes visitors with a range of spending preferences. The Mara should be your preferred location if you're searching for a genuine African safari. Along with its renowned wildlife, the national park is home to absurdly beautiful landscapes, a Masai community that continues to thrive amid centuries-old culture, the most romantic and charming safari lodges, and unmatched experiences that make up a complete journey to Kenya. Here are some of the most striking features of Masai Mara National Park in Kenya that are truly incredible.

• Behold the Popular Wildebeest Migration

• Excellent birding opportunities

• Camping or glamping in Masai Mara

• Nile crocodile-infested Mara River

• Spring the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo) make the heart and soul of the African safari.

• Walking tours & Bush safari around the national park

• Soar Over the Land of Masai on a hot air balloon

• Camping under stars

• Experience the Maasai Way of Life

Your Masai Mara Migration Safari is accompanied by our professional guide, and customized open safari vehicles. It is the perfect way to explore the grassland plains and discover the plentiful wildlife of the Masai Mara. These typically occur twice a day, in the morning and the afternoon, when the weather is cooler and the animals, particularly the predators, are more active. The cars maximize comfort for your drives and the animals have also become quite accustomed to them! So you can safely get close to the wildlife area. It also provides you the great photographic opportunities.

We are a prominent player in the tourism industry with sound hospitality service in practice. We operate from here for all the East Africa safaris. Let us help you break down our budget estimate for your Masai Mara Migration Safari. You can use it as a reference and follow our practical tips to save money!

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