Masai Mara Game reserve
The most known wildlife reserve in Kenya is the Masai Mara. Split in two by the famous Mara River where 2.000.000 migrating wildebeest and zebras make a spectacular attempt to cross the river safely. The Masai Mara game reserve is situated in a huge valley which came into existence when the Great Rift Valley was formed. In the East and north caved in by the Loita and Ithong hills and in the west, you’ll find the imposing Esoit-Oloolo Mountains. The reserve is part of gigantic eco system together with the Serengeti in Tanzania. It is home to the largest migration in the world.
Game drives in Masai Mara
A game drive in the Masai Mara will not disappoint, you will encounter many different animal species with stunning landscapes that take your breath away. During the safari you will look for large troops of lions, hyenas and maybe even a rhino. On the savanna there are giraffes, impalas and other antelopes. On the shores of the Mara River you might find Elephants, buffalos and gigantic Nile crocodiles competing for space with the hippos.