Home to the Great Migration
Masai Mara

The Masai Mara is one of Africa’s greatest wildlife reserves. Situated in southwest Kenya, the Mara forms the northern section of the Serengeti. The reserve and the private conservancies around it are world famous for an abundance of big cats – lion, leopard and cheetah – as well as for the Great Migration when each year over two million wildebeest and zebra arrive from the Serengeti in July, August and September. The areas bordering the reserve are still home to thousands of Maasai tribespeople, giving visitors a chance to learn more about their colourful customs and lifestyle.