Kenya Parks & Game Reserves
Kenya National Parks And National Game Reserves.
Kenya Game Parks & National Reserves.
Masai Mara National Game Reserve.
The Maasai Mara National Game Reserve Kenya.
Masai Mara National Reserve is without doubt Kenya's most highly regarded wildlife safari experience.It is located in the northmost point of the famous migration of wildebeest crossing across the Serengeti plains that occurs every year between July and September.
The Masai Mara is the ideal first-time visitors to Kenya destination because it has a little bit of everything, including big cats in abundance,plenty of accommodation options both inside and outside of the Reserve. A must do adventure safari activity is the Sunrise Balloon Flights Safari.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a large game reserve in Narok County, Kenya; contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.
The land of Big Cat Diary and Disney’s African Cats and location of one of the natural wonders of the world, the Great Migration, the Maasai Mara is at the top of most people’s wish lists on a Kenya safari holiday. The Maasai Mara (also known as Masai Mara, but the double-a spelling is increasingly common as it’s the way the word is spelt in the local Masai language which is gloriously beautiful, wildlife-rich savannah landscape, where traditionally dressed Maasai pastoralists herd their cattle ,sheep, and goats. It’s also where herds of minibuses jostle for the best photo opportunity amid a panorama of African wildlife. We’re not going to pretend otherwise: ‘the Mara’ is one of the busiest of Kenya’s safari regions. Happily, there are strategies for avoiding the crowds on a Maasai Mara safari – and we have lots of experience in doing just that.
Amboseli National Park.
Amboseli National Park.
One of Kenya's unique wilderness areas of the world, fantastic in its natural beauty and unequalled in its scientific value. This park is a vast expanse land with a large concentration of plains animals. It is one of the oldest parks in Kenya, originally part of the colonial era’s ‘Southern Maasai Reserve’, Amboseli became a wildlife sanctuary in the 1940s and was declared a national park in 1974.
It is rightly one of Kenya’s most popular safari regions and, with its iconic views of the wildlife against a backdrop of majestic Kilimanjaro is a highlight of many Kenya holidays.
Nairobi National Park.
Lake Nakuru National Park.
Meru National Park.
Tsavo East National Park.
Tsavo West National Park.
Samburu National Game Reserve.
The Samburu National Reserve.
Turning moments into memories.
The reserve is rich in wildlife with an abundance of rare northern specialist species such as the Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, reticulated giraffe, gerenuk and the beisa Oryx. These are also referred to as Samburu Special Five.
There are various activities that visitors can engage in while residing at the reserve. These activities include: game drives, bird watching, bush breakfast, nature walks, river rafting depending on the river water level and the Samburu cultural experience.
As a wildlife preserve, it doesn't disappoint sightings of the Big Five Elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and rhino. Cheetah sightings are particularly good, too, and do look out for those fabulously unwieldy kori bustards the largest flying birds on Earth. To explore Samburu, the following program is best.
Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
Lewa Downs Conservancy.
Mt. Kenya National Park.
Lake Baringo National Park.
Aberdare National Park.
Mt longonot National Park.
Last edited: 21/07/2017