Masai Mara is the most famous wildlife conservation area in Kenya and indeed the world. This game reserve is home to a rich variety of wildlife in a natural and untouched state. Masai Mara has a rolling savanna landscape studded with shrubs and thick bushes, and is the Kenyan part of the large ecosystem stretching south to Serengeti in Tanzania.
The Masai Mara is located at the southwestern part of Kenya, close to the
border of Tanzania. You will find the Mara River flowing across the national
reserve. Along the banks of the river, you will get to see myriad animals
like hippos and crocodiles. Thousands of zebras can also be found here. The
wildlife in Mara is varied, ranging from the big cats to elephant, rhino and
vast herds of herbivores such as wildebeest and the rich variety of fauna,
fulfill the expectations of any tourist. No Kenya vacations would be
considered complete without a safari to Masai Mara.
Masai Mara's place of location and height above sea level is 1500m, with
mild and more damp climate compared to other places. The grassy landscape
and the nutrient wealth for the big herds are supported by the adequate
rains, which here fall from November to June, as a fusion of the two rain
seasons (long and short) found in other Kenya places.
Mara River Camp, Mara Sopa Lodge, Mara Simba Lodge, Mara Intrepids Club,
Mara Porini Camp, Mara Sarova Camp, Mara Serena Lodge and many others.