Masai Mara Safari Lodges in Kenya are located in Masai Mara National Park, an area encompassing 1510 square km of endless plains, wonderful views and wildlife.
The Masai Mara is named after the Maasai people who live in the area. It shares a common border with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania.
For three months of the year, the Masai Mara Reserve is home to the world’s greatest wildlife phenomenon, the Wildebeest Migration, which crosses its rolling grasslands from August to October each year. Several million animals take part in this epic journey through the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, surging over the flood-swollen Mara river, attempting crocodile-infected crossing points, and shadowed by their padded foot predators.
The Mara can be visited year-round and has one of the highest concentrations of predator-to-prey ratio in Africa. Masai Mara National Park is inhabited by the legendary Maasai communities dwelling with their cherished cattle herds. A century of close association with the wildlife has resulted in a symbiotic relationship, where wildlife and people mix with one another on a daily basis.
Masai Mara safari lodges consist of luxury tented camps and safari lodge accommodations offering expertly guided game drives in which one can see the great migration in full force. You can also experience the culture of the Masai Mara and a hot air balloon ride with champagne breakfast.
See below Masai Mara National Park safari lodges in Kenya.