One of the Seven Wonders of the World
Masai Mara Ecosystem has been classified among the ‘Seven Wonders of the World” due to the spectacular great migration when over 1 million wildebeests and more than hundred thousands of zebras cross the Mara River coming from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara in search of water and greener pastures.
Masai Mara - Serengeti Ecosystem
Masai Mara is a complex but very intriguing ecosystem. It offers one of the world’s most important habitat areas for a great variety of wild African animals. Understanding the intricacies of how the Masai Mara Ecosystem works adds the ultimate dimension to the very unique and outstanding wildlife experience.
Mara North Conservancy
Karen Blixen Camp is situated in the beautiful Mara North Conservancy. We protect more than 30,000 Ha of stunning natural wilderness in close partnership with the Maasai communities. Guests are ensured a truly exclusive safari experience.
Every year over 1 million wildebeests, zebras and gazelles comes the Masai Mara. To graze the lush green grasslands and to mate. The fortunate spectator cannot leave the Mara without feeling blessed seeing the magic and wonder of Mother Nature.
The Maasai are Kenya’s most well known tribe. Proud, tall and beautifully dressed in their characteristic red shukas they are incredibly distinctive as they herd their cattle.
It is impossible to forecast the weather in the Masai Mara and one should never believe in any guide book talking of dry seasons and rainy seasons. Drought as well as rain can happen any time of the year.
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