Located in southwestern Kenya, on the border with Tanzania, you'll find one of the world’s most popular safari destinations: the Masai Mara National Reserve. Home to amazing wildlife as lions, elephants, zebras, hippos, and cheetahs, the region is also inhabited by the Masai people, dotted around the park in villages. Masai Mara is the most popular reserve for a safari in Kenya, especially during the Great Migration when millions of wildebeest are crossing the Mara River between July and October.
If you’re planning to go on just one safari in your lifetime, it would have to be the Wildebeest Migration safari! Often dubbed as “The Greatest Wildlife Show on Earth”, it is a definite must-see for lovers of wildlife & nature.
The birthplace of safari travel, Kenya offers incredible natural beauty, great game viewing, the heart-pumping wildebeest migration, and interesting cultural encounters.
What makes a safari in Serengeti National Park so special? Where exactly is the Serengeti? And when to go? In this guide about the greatest national park in Tanzania we answer these questions, and more!
Picture yourself waking up to the sound of wilderness next to that special someone, spending the day crossing vast plains in the dramatic landscapes of Africa, quenching your thirst for adventure. Return to your not so humble abode in the evening to sip a glass of bubbly on the porch while watching the sun set over the savanna, enjoy a candlelit dinner under the stars and end the day with an outdoor bubble bath.