Masai Mara, shares a border with Tanzania’s Serengeti and spoils you with diverse landscapes and wildlife. In the lovely riverine forests and short grass plains of Masai Mara, you will embark on daily opportunities to track big game.
From January to February you can expect rainfall, and as a result, short green grassy fields and carpets of beautiful wildflowers start to bloom. This is also known as calving season.
June and July marks the dry season, and wildlife can be spotted occupying the watercourses. In the golden grassy fields of the wild you can witness lion, leopard and cheetah give birth. The Great Migration will also grace the Masai Mara for the next 3 months.
In August and September, you can track the Great Migration. Watch as millions of wildebeest and thousands of zebra cross the dramatic river, with predators hot on their heels.
The months of October, November and December, the wildebeest migrate back to the Serengeti. Periodic rainfall will green up the golden grassy plains that formed in the dry months.