Sanctuary Masai Mara Seasonal Camp

Mara Wildlife
 

The Masai Mara Game Reserve is very well known for the abundance of wildlife that calls this part of Kenya home. Predators can be seen almost all year round. It's also the place where millions of wildebeest make the epic crossing over the Mara River where crocodiles and other opportunistic predators await their arrival.

From around July to October, tons of grunting wildebeest and zebra blanket the plains, often crossing the Mara River and moving between Tanzania and Kenya.Take a game drive and follow antelope, bat-eared foxes, and crop-eared caracal. Find hidden spots where elephant roam. Search for a pride of lions on the hunt for prey. Spot birds from the 300 species for which the Mara is famous.

WILDLIFE AT SANCTUARY MASAI MARA SEASONAL CAMP

Sanctuary Masai Mara Seasonal Camp Great Migration Zebra Wildebeest

It is often a tense moment watching as the herds of wildebeest and zebra make the decision to cross the river made even more tense when they finally take the leap.

Sanctuary Masai Mara Seasonal Camp Elephant Sighting

Great herds of elephant also enjoy the action of the Great Migration, and the rains which fall on the Masai Mara. Guests love watching these gentle giants.

Sanctuary Masai Mara Seasonal Camp Lion Sighting

The Great Migration sees a great number of predators fill the plains of the Masai Mara. Particularly lion, cheetah and hyena prowl the area, picking off the weak links in the herd. It is an exciting spectacle.

Sanctuary Masai Mara Seasonal Camp Great Migration Wildebeest

The herds begin to make their way onto the Masai Mara in July and stick around the area, following the rains until around October each year.

Sanctuary Masai Mara Seasonal Camp Giraffe And Zebra

Many grazers fill the plains of the Masai Mara during the Great Migration. This includes giraffe, zebra, impala and gazelle, among others.