Masai Mara GR Sightings

Besides the many game spots, we experienced two summits in Masai Mara : A large pride of hunting lions (unfortunately we were not the only eye-witnesses, because the road was filled up with white vans. Probably because of this, the group of gnus and zebras had been alerted to the approaching danger, through which the hunt failed).

Another summit was a balloon trip over the park, what is possible too in Serengeti by the way. We left, early in the morning just after dawn. Obviously, one depends on the wind, so there are no guarantees for the amount of game you will spot, but it’s a fantastic experience. A true recommendation!


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Interesting links

The Mara Triangle introduces the Masai Mara and cares for conservancy

Thoughts about Masai Mara GR

Masai Mara GR neighbours Serengeti, Tanzania, a similarly famous reserve. That is why the reserve is very well known because of the Great Migration. During the Great Migration hundreds of thousands and sometimes way over a million animals transfer to areas where pastures are greener because of the rain. Gnus, but also lots of zebras and large numbers of Thomson’s Gazellas join the Rambling. Due to the fixed route plans, for the group tourist, it’s kind of impossible to be on the right place in the right time in Masai Mara, but well-prepared it’s quite not unlikely that one will witness this great spectacle.

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