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The Mara is a beautiful but sensitive environment that can survive only if properly respected. Well-watered by the Mara River, enjoying abundant vegetation, wildlife and rainfall, its ecology would appear, at first sight, to be relatively resilient...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Masai Mara National Reserve 00619, Kenya
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All reviewsthe riverthe reserveamazing wildlifegame driveswater buffalogreat migrationwild animalswildebeest migrationlow seasontheir natural habitatannual migrationblack rhinonational reservebig catsearly morningsafari experienceonce in a lifetime
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Reviewed 6 days ago

This is an amazing experience, but I agree, there are too many vehicles. We were told if we felt our presence was stressing the animal(s) we could simply ask our driver to move on, which we did a few times. The migration itself was unexpectedly...More

Thank Robin O
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Mara triangle has the problem of there being too many camps using this area, resulting in too many vehicles around a specific animal. There was only very limited migration when we were there, due to rains in the Serengeti, resulting in long distances between...More

Thank Murray Y
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Part of best experience in the Mara is game driving and looking out for the 'big five'animals. The animals were either hiding in bushes or population has dwindled over the years. It is still an exciting experience!

Thank Voyager734216
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited Masai Mara in August 2018 during the migration season and were amazed at the number of Wildebeest crossing the Mara River and heading south. This is truly a unique country and impossible to describe the beauty unless you have been there yourself -...More

Thank Bruce G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Of course the place is awesome. During the migration (in our case early August 2018), you'll of course see millions of wildebeest, tons of lions and elephants and if you are lucky leopards and cheetahs. This is pretty much granted, as during the migration the...More

Thank nontelodico83
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We could spend only 3 days in Mara, but those two days were amazing.. It was a life time experience.. Saw the big five except rhino.. since we travelled with a 3 year old, we just spend 2 days as the lil one might get...More

Thank Sc0rpionGal
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We had local guides who took us out for drives in the early morning and the late afternoon. They knew, amongst themselves with the help of CBs, where to find the various species. One evening we were positioned so that a pride of 18 lions...More

Thank davidgerdmoore
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I give it 5 bubbles only because TA does not allow me to give more. We'd been drooling over the Masai Mara ever since we started watching Animal Planet/ Discovery/ Nat Geo. When the chance to visit came, we did not think twice. Luckily, the...More

Thank prpa
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Amazing trip done in AUgust 2018. Was a long awaited trip. As expected best place to see the big 5 ! At the entry itself we were treated to a leopard sighting and then a lioness. The 4 days we spent was satisfying and was...More

Thank MAB-India
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

One could not ask for a better place to visit most of the Big Fives in their natural Habitat. We entered the triangle from Oloololo Gate. Soon after entry we kept seeing small scattered herds of Elands, Buffaloes, Elephants, Zebras, Hyenas Giraffes and many more....More

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Mara T, Public Relations Manager at Mara Triangle, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you. This is great and you were so lucky to witness the 7th wonders of the world. Hoping to see you again in your next visit

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ABHILASH S
19 May 2018|
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Response from Wasili Kenya S | Reviewed this property |
Hi,thanks for the question.yes you can check with us for details on our link Regards Julius
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I was just to the Mara with five other family members that included my six year old grandson. The food wasn’t particularly kid friendly but other than that he had a great time and we’d do it again in a heartbeat, Our driver... More
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