The Masai Mara is one of Africa’s most famous parks The wildlife viewing is superb throughout the year The park’s abundant vegetation and regular rainfall supports a huge population of herbivores, in turn attracting many predators All three big cats are relatively easy to see The yearly wildebeest migration coming through the park is one of the world’s most amazing wildlife spectacles Just outside the Masai Mara NR are a number of conservancies and private reserves run in partnership with local Masai communities.
It is globally famous for its exceptional population of lions, leopards and cheetahs, and the annual migration of zebra, Thomson's gazelle, and wildebeest to and from the Serengeti every year from July to October, known as the Great Migration.
We do packages across Mara as well as for Amboseli, Samburu, Lake Naivahsa, Nakuru and many such parks in and around Nairobi in Kenya but the main highlight will be Mara. To enquire your customized package cost, send us an eqnuiry from the form in the menu or drop us an email to email@example.com
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How to reach?
The Masai Mara is located 270km/167mi northwest of Nairobi The road is notoriously bad and the driving time is about five hours Most people fly to the park It is however also possible to drive from Lake Nakuru NP The distance is about 235km/150mi and the driving time is roughly six hours If you are getting here by road, note that from Narok (the last major town you pass through) there’s roughly half an hour of tarmac road, and then two hours bumping along bad to terrible dirt roads to get into the parkMoi International Airport (MBA) (707 km)
Gates and Locations
- MAIN GATE