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Maasai Mara Nationalreservat

Kenya’s Masai Mara was in November 2006 named as the 8th Wonder of the World because of what the experts termed as ‘the uniqueness of the area and the preservation it provides to so many species living in harmony’. It is understandable because this annual migration is the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is 270 km from Nairobi, a five hour drive or 45 minute flight . The National Reserve was the shooting location for the film Out of Africa and remains the location for the British Broadcasting Corporation’s Big Cat Diary wildlife series. Althhough it is a resting place of the big five, the reserve’s major attraction is the great wildebeests and zebras migration from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Mara that happens between July and September.

Mara in1989

Mara in 2004

Mara in 2010

Mara in 2010

Bateleur Camp
Cheli & Peacock Mara Camp
Cottars 1920’s Camp
Fig Tree Camp
Governors’ Camp
Governors’ Il Moran Camp
Governors’ Private Camp
Keekorok Lodge
Kichwa Tembo
Little Governors’ Camp
Mara Explorer
Mara Intrepids
Mara Safari Club
Mara Serena Lodge
Mara Sarova Camp
Mara Simba Lodge
Mara Sopa Lodge
Siana Spring Intrepids Camp

We are happy to answer all your questions concerning your trip to Africa!