A sunrise at the Mara ecosystem marks the beginning of yet another adventure.
Maasai Mara national reserve in Narok county is known for its excellent wildlife viewing all year round. For those looking for an opportunity to witness the great wildebeest migration, start planning for your trip now!
It is currently the green season at the Mara, as the region has been receiving noticeable amounts of rainfall. The Savannah is clear and free from dust making the African stunning landscapes look their absolute best.
The birth of hundreds of young antelopes, impalas and a host of others attracts several predators offering the visitors an opportunity to watch game. All this is ahead of the annual wildebeest migration.
Every July to October, more that 3 million wildebeest and Zebras spectacularly cross the Mara river. The crossover is from Tanzania’s Serengeti reserve to Maasai Mara reserve in search of green pasture. Thousands of freshly arrived brown and black wildebeest dot the plains, making this natural wonder magical. Ahead of the wildebeest migration, this time is also the best season for bird watching because thousands of migrant birds to take up residence in the Savannah.
Visitors who book accommodation facilities early benefit from fair rates.