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Where Can You Stay In Maasai Mara?

Where Can You Stay in Maasai Mara?

Where Can You Stay in Maasai Mara? Maasai Mara National Park is located in Kenya’s southwest region and is the most visited wildlife park in the country, with a total surface area of around 1510 square kilometers. Maasai Mara National Park was designated as a wildlife refuge in 1948 and became a national park in 1961. Furthermore, this national park shares borders with other parks, such as Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.

Maasai Mara National Park is recognized as one of the best places that tourists can ever decide to go to while on their adventurous safari in Kenya because it is known to be surrounded by open flat grasslands, beautiful landscapes, and dense forests that act as good natural habitats to many wildlife species that are regarded as the park’s top tourist attractions. Exploring Maasai Mara provides travelers with the opportunity to witness species such as hippos, hyenas, leopards, zebras, cheetahs, African elephants, impalas, rhinos, jackals, wildebeests, and many others.

Furthermore, this national park is a good destination for birding safaris due to the fact that it is home to approximately 570 bird species, including turaco, bustard, jacanas, mouse bird, grey-headed kingfisher, southern ground hornbill, hamerkop, African wood owl, saddle-billed stork, white-tailed lark, little stint, African green pigeon, marsh owl, African hope, woolly necked

There are several more attractions in Maasai Mara National Park that draw travelers from all over the world to visit the park. Some of these attractions include the wildebeest migration, which occurs once a year between the months of July and September, the Mara River, and the Masai culture, where tourists can learn about their daily lifestyle, dress code, how they prepare their local meals, how they speak their local languages, and learn more about the history of the local people after paying a lot of money.

Tourists may also visit the trans-Mara County Council, the Ol Kinyei Conservancy, the Mara North Conservancy, the Olare Ork Conservancy, the Ol Choro Oiroua Conservancy, the Lamek Conservancy, and many more places. Touring this national park allows you to participate in a variety of exciting activities such as bird watching, wildlife viewing, horseback riding, camping, guided nature walks, Masai cultural encounters, hot air balloon safaris, visiting Masai villages, guided nature walks, and many more.

Accommodation options in the Maasai Mara National Reserve.

The Maasai Mara National Park features several hotel options for guests who have spent the day seeing the park’s various sections. However, these housing amenities are always classified as mid-range, budget, or luxury. All of these safari lodges provide their guests with amenities such as free WI-FI that is available 24 hours a day and allows guests to maintain clear communication with their people back at home, a good restaurant with well-experienced chefs and waiters who serve guests delicious meals that are either international or local depending on what one would like to eat, laundry and ironing services, 24-hour tight security to protect the safety of their visitors, 24-hour room service, allowing guests to be catered to at any time they need something, free parking for those who come through driving their own automobiles, and many more.

As a result, some of these safari lodges include the following: Porini Lion Camp, which is located within the private Olare Motogori Conservancy and is famous for its super big cats, Sand River Lodge, Mara Bush House, Saruni Mara Lodge, which is considered one of the best lodges and is classified as a luxury lodge with Persian carpets, wide cedar wood beds, and boasting antiques, among others.

There are also many additional accommodation options, such as Sala’s camp, which is located within Mara’s Northern corridor and is one of the first lodges to see the wildebeest migration from Serengeti to Mara, Kichwa Tembo tented camp, Mara Intrepids camp, Angama Mara, and others. cottar’s 1920s camp, Rekeero camp, Naboisho camp (a community project), elephant pepper camp, Sanctuary camp Olonana is a safari lodge located within a forest along a private stretch of the Mara river and is ranked as the best of one Mara’s hotels, along with Little Governor’s Camp, Governor’s 11 Moran Camp, which is highly recommended for honeymooners and consists of ten luxurious tents, and many others.