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Kenya's Masai Mara is one of Africa's most famous National Parks alongside South Africa's Kruger and Tanzania's Serengeti.
The two dry season are from Mid December until March or June through to November. The most in demand months are July & August.
For a more private experience, consider staying in the private conservancies surrounding Masai Mara National Reserve.
Maasai Mara, also sometimes spelled Masai Mara and locally known simply as The Mara, is a large national game reserve in Narok, Kenya, contiguous with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It is named in honour of the Maasai people, the ancestral inhabitants of the area, who migrated to the area from the Nile Basin.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is brimming with life and activity. Whether you take to the skies on a hot-air balloon adventure at sunrise or explore the roads with a 4x4 safari game viewer, you're sure to leave the Masai Mara having seen a huge amount of wildlife and experienced some unforgettable memories along the way.
The Masai Mara conservancies surround the Masai Mara National Reserve. One of the key benefits of staying in one of the conservancies is the feeling of exclusivity. The conservancies have strict guidelines, including a maximum number of visitors allowed to stay at the conservancy per night.
The conservancies also have a range of additional safari options available to you, which you cannot do in Masai Mara National Reserve. These include bush walks, bush meals, cultural interaction with the Maasai and night game drives. Most conservancy camps also offer day trips into the National Reserve as this is the best place to see the Great Migration in action.
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