Wednesday, 15 June 2011

Masai Mara is a world heritage and famous for the annual wildlife migration. Zebras, gazelles and wildebeest cross the Mara river every year during the month of July from Serengeti National park a southern extension of the Masai Mara. This animal spectacle is one of its kind and worth witnessing.
Many wildebeest perish while crossing the Mara river, crocodiles have a feast, while cats hunt the weak wildlife. Masai Mara game reserve has a big population of game and abundant birdlife one can see all the big five, zebra, giraffe, hyenas, cheetahs, jackals, Wildebeest, topi and gazelles.
Masai Mara has world class facilities this include lodges, tented camps, and basic camping facilities. The lodges and tented camps are rated by their ambiance and the services they offer. There is a wide selection of lodges and tented camps and they are priced differently. Lodge safaris or tented camp safaris are priced base on the choice of the accommodation. Camping safaris in Masai Mara have come of age having competitive camping facilities with good tents that have beds and lavatories inside the tent. The meals are prepared by cooks and served at a common dinning area.
The Masai culture is alive and very evident from the time one sets his or her foot at the Masai Mara game reserve. A visit to the Masai villages offers one an opportunity to interact and learn the Masai Culture. During the evenings after dinner traditional Masai songs and dances entertain the tourist.