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  • The Maasai Mara is about 280 Km. west from Nairobi City. There are two ways to get to the Maasai Mara. You can choose to drive or to fly to the Mara. Driving will take you about 5-6 hours while flying takes about 40-45 minutes. Both driving and flying to ... [Read More]
  • Chalet at night
    Nights at Mara West are usually slightly chilly, with a clear bright and blue darkness. Stars highlight the skies, bringing out beauty of nights in the wild. The winds give a sense of tranquillity and being one with nature. Big cat predators, like the lioness, are preparing themselves for their ... [Read More]
  • Balloon Safari Mara West Camp
    So last time we talked about the Kenyan roads and the migration. Now let’s see what are the main activities in the Mara. #3 Activities Of course game drives are the main attraction in Masai Mara. But let’s talk about some of the other activities one can do when visiting ... [Read More]
  • migration 3
    #1 The Roads You’ve seen the photos of the great wildebeest migration through Masai Mara, and now you’ve decided that you want to see this incredible sight for yourself. Or maybe you are a wildlife enthusiast who is eager to snap your own photos of Africa’s Big Five (lion, leopard, ... [Read More]
  • MASAIMARA_Mara West Wildlife Safaris Maasai Mara Game Park_May 19th
    June is generally a nice, cool month. It is particularly quite cold during the wee hours of the morning, and when it’s dead in the night. The grass in the plains is still quite long, and the green color has just about started to fade. Tourists are not as many ... [Read More]
  • People-and-Giraffe
    A game drive in Maasai Mara can be fun all year round. There is no particular time of the year when you will not find wildlife in the Game Reserve. However, if you are more fascinated by the 8th Wonder of the world, the wildebeest migration, the best time for ... [Read More]
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    Tall, dark, slender, fearless, proud and free, are some of the words that describe the most celebrated people in East Africa, the Maasai. They live in the southern part of Kenya and spread down to the northern part of Tanzania. The Maasai are great herders of cattle and live in ... [Read More]