what can i do in masai mara national park-kenya
Masai Mara National park is standing in southwest Kenya in the large scenic extended rolling African savannah plains occupying approximately 1510 sq. kilometers and it borders Serengeti National Park of Tanzania to the south. Masai Mara national park offers a unique wildlife conservation paradise; it's famous due to the spectacularly diverse natural wildlife species and is the premier Kenyan safari destination in East Africa. Masai Mara offers visitors a thousand reasons to visit the animal haven with huge numbers of lions, elephants, cheetahs, African buffalo, rhinos, wildebeest, zebras, and giraffes.
Masai Mara national park encompasses a number of conservancies and ranches group bordering its main reserve that accommodates the most diversified species of African wildlife species and the most famous site of the annual Wildebeest migratory history, commonly known as the 'Great Migration'. The Masai Mara National Park is famous for this migration, in which millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other animals, including Big Cats, congregate northwards to the Masai Mara after leaving the Serengeti National Park. The annual wildebeest trek takes place every year between July and August, and it involves the dangerous crossing of crocodile-infested rivers.
Masai Mara national park has a range of exciting activities to offer travelers. Masai Mara offers the most thrilling hot Air Balloon safari done at the break of dawn and ends in a leisurely accompanied by Bush Breakfast’. Hot air balloon safaris are a truly unique African adventure activity, and the Masai Mara is the ideal location for this incredible excursion. The hot air balloon safari flight takes approximately an hour as travelers glide with joy over the African savannah while viewing the magnificent wildlife below.
Masai Mara national park offers the most magnificent collective of wildlife species. It is quite easy to spot not only the "Big Five," but you can also view the "Big Nine," which include the lion, elephant, leopard, rhino, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, cheetah, and hippo. Masai Mara national park accommodates all the Big 9, possibly due to the natural richness of fauna and flora. Bird-watching safaris are also available in Masai Mara.