Kenya’s most famous national reserve and safari Africa, the Masai Mara straddles the country’s southwestern border with Kenya, just across the border from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.


The Masai Mara offers a wide variety of accommodations, from tented camps to luxurious cabins. Some are within the boundaries of the national park, while others are in conservation areas surrounding the park.


Why visit the Masai Mara?


The Great Migration is one of nature’s greatest wildlife spectacles, the migration of the wildebeest, you will be able to watch in amazement how the animals cross the Mara River in search of the Masai Mara in the months of July to October.
You can glide over the Masai Mara in a hot air balloon followed by an indulgent champagne breakfast celebration.
It is a home to more than 450 species of birds.
Wildlife refuge, with the Big Five regularly seen on game drives.
Breathtaking views of the open plains.
The Masai Mara ecosystem has one of the highest densities of lions in the world.
You will be able to see Masai herders grazing their cattle alongside predators and prey.