Masai Mara National Reserve
Known for the annual wildebeest migration, Masai Mara National Reserve is a must see in Kenya.
Its stretches of open plains, grasslands and towering escarpments are home to multiple Wild animals, birds and other species.
The open areas within the park create more space for wild animals to roam around while searching for good pastures. Besides wildlife, part of the Park’s land is occupied by different Masai villages.
Locals in these village have a great relationship with the Wildlife and know well how important it is to the tourism industry.
The reserve is composed of four main terrain types including the Ngama hills to the east, Oloololo escarpment which form the western boundary, Mara Triangle that borders the Mara River with its lush grasslands and acacia woodlands together with the Central plains, an area that forms the largest part of this protected area.