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Masai Mara Migration Tour

Kenya is the original home of the safari and it remains, in many people’s minds, the place to see African wildlife. In fact, the word safari means “journey” in the local language of Kiswahili. The country is a land of amazing diversity with extraordinary attractions and wilderness areas. Kenya has over 56 national parks and game reserves, ranging from massive savannah reserves to tiny, community-protected sanctuaries. Masai Mara is regarded as the jewel of Kenya’s wildlife viewing areas. There are year-round excellent opportunities to see the Big Five — Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, and Leopard — in their natural habitat. Each year during the months of July to October, the greatest natural phenomenon in the animal kingdom ‘The Wildebeest Migration’ occurs in Masai Mara. It is the most impressive natural events worldwide, involving Gnus, Antelopes, Gazelles, Zebras, Giraffes, Hippos, Hyenas, Crocodiles, more than 400 species of birds, and over 80 species of mammals!

Enjoy the kick of staying in the heart of the jungle!

Sleep amidst the grasslands of Masai Mara while staying in a tent! While being there, you would be able to spot an array of activities by the species in the wild. The tents are no less than a home equipped with modern amenities such as western toilets, comfortable beds, and a hot eco-shower. Come up close and communicate with nature while sleeping right in the heart of Masai Mara. 

Be thrill bounded by the live action of the Big Five


Have you ever encountered a deadly action between the ‘Big Five’? If not, then now you can because this is way too common in Masai Mara. Time for you to have a look at the fight between the most difficult animals on the planet. The thrill underlying this experience while you are searching for the “Big Five” during the safari is something extraordinary. Masai Mara is a hub of wildlife, and while being here, you can always stay assured of getting the animals in action!