African Wildlife Preserve: Masai Mara National Park

Africa has many amazing natural reserves: huge expanses of savanna and woodlands populated by wildlife known by people all over the world. People come here to go on safari, view and interact with some of the most incredible animals on earth. These are amazing places, and the Masai Mara National Park is the most amazing of all.

The Great Migration

Located in Kenya, the Masai Mara National Park occupies over 1500 square kilometers. It adjoins the Serengeti National Park, and the lack of a fence between the two reserves allows for wildlife to freely travel from one to the other, following the rain patterns and cycles. People from around the world come to witness thousands of animals moving across the savannah in search of their next home.

The Big Five

Masai Mara National Park is home to lions, leopards, rhinos, Cape Buffalo, and elephants. The animals collectively known as The Big Five and made famous by big game hunters throughout history. In this park, it is not uncommon to see all five in one day! Masai Mara is truly a unique and special place. A dream destination for African wildlife enthusiasts.