Located in the Great Rift Valley, The Maasai Mara is without a doubt one of the world’s best attractions. The Maasai Mara is regarded as the jewel of Kenya’s wildlife viewing areas. The annual wildebeest’s migration alone involves over 1.5 million animals arriving in July and departing in November.
For those who would love to see more of Kenya and its people, a road trip to the Mara is ideal. Take a 5-hour drive down the beautiful landscape of the Great Rift Valley in our 7X Land Cruiser that offers both comfort and best views through its large windows then swap to our Safari Open Game Viewer to get closer than ever to the majestic wildlife in the Savannah grassland for an experience of a lifetime.
For a complete tour of this vast land, one needs to spend at least 2 nights to capture the best part of the Mara.
A Masai Mara safari is an unmissable highlight of any holiday in Kenya holiday. There are breathtaking panoramas in every direction, a vast range of wildlife including the Big Five and a rich cultural heritage to explore. Kenya’s Masai Mara is without doubt one of the greatest safari destinations in Africa.
Between July and October things get busy in the Great Rift Valley. Millions of zebra and wildebeest make the perilous crossing across the Masai Mara in search of new grazing territory. And in their wake comes a veritable horde of predators including lion and leopard.
While sightings cannot be guaranteed, our specialist guides and long-standing local connections ensure that our clients are usually never far from the action during Africa’s most iconic natural spectacle.
The Masai Mara in Kenya is one of the best places in Africa to spot the Big Five. Elephant, lion, leopard, rhino and Cape buffalo roam the reserve’s rolling hills of grass, woodland and riverine bush. It’s worth looking up too, as almost 60 species of birds of prey patrol the skies.
Safari camps such as Sanctuary Olonana, Naibor Camp and Kicheche offer a superb level of service. They also offer exceptional game-viewing opportunities. And each night here closes around the campfire, as you swap stories before tucking into your freshly prepared African cuisine. That’s Masai Mara safari executed in style