Masai Mara Game Reserve is one of Africa’s greatest wildlife conservation areas situated in the South-West Kenya, along with over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebras, gazelles.
Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya offers a chance to see the vast wildlife as well as the magical land of Kenya. Together with the Tanzanian Serengeti National Park, Masai Mara forms the most diverse, incredible and spectacular eco-system and possibly one of the top game viewing destinations throughout the world.
Do you know that when the outstanding wildebeest migration takes place it’s just a phenomenon of nature which occurs in the greenish African savannah? The true fact is that these wild animals’ use natural instincts to initiate the longest and one of the dangerous animal migrations across the Kenyan Savannah, dense forest and the animal habitat with full of perilous predators.
Apart from the wildlife, the Masai Mara has the plethora of culture and the natural habitats which are very much peaceful, poised and placid. However, Masai Mara National Game Reserve is a well-known destination for its annual migration where wildebeests migrate in large groups by offering a majestic sight.
Seeing the animals too close starting from the lions, cheetahs to wildebeest, hippos at the great Masai Mara National Park can seem breathtaking for every nature enthusiast. The herds of wildebeest galloping across the verdant plains, giraffes eating acacia leaves for their breakfast and the hippos getting half-submerged in the lakes are the major attractions of Kenya.
If you don’t have any idea regarding these dangerous wild animals, then rely on our Kenya Masai Mara safari of Easy Go Safaris. Remember one thing that these beautiful wild animals will only migrate after the arrival of long rains and when the plains of Masai Mara National Game Reserve are filled with plentiful food and abundant fresh grasses for the animals to feed. The excellent time to witness the event of annual wildebeest is a little after July and before October is over.
So come and visit Kenya to explore the scenic sites of uncovered nature today.