The Maasai Mara is one of the best-known reserves in the whole of Africa, and is globally renowned for its exceptional wildlife. Despite comprising only 0.01% of Africa's total landmass, more than 40% of Africa's larger mammals can be found here. Across the vast plains of the Mara visitors are able to witness lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, and an infinite variety of other species in their natural habitats..
Masai Mara ecosystem contains some 25% of what is left of Kenyan wildlife. Estimate says that around 70% of Kenya's wildlife lives outside national parks and reserves. Thus; the need for new role models preserving the Mara wildlife, on private land is paramount. Naboisho plays that role today! Africa has lost some 95-98% of its most iconic mammals over the last hundred year or so, elephants, rhinos, lions, and cheetah. WWF estimate that the world will lose 2/3 of its vertebras in the incredible short period 1970-2020, ie 50 years. Some 70% of the world's ecosystem are under stress. Loss of habitat is the main reason for this decimation..
Known as one of the seven 'new' wonders of the world, the annual Great Wildebeest Migration to be more accurate is truly breath- taking
The dramatic sight of large migrating wildebeest herds, a lioness curled up with her cubs and the distinctive red cloak of a young masai tribal warrior crossing the plains ensure enduring memories of a once in a lifetime trip into Kenya's untamed wilderness.
A memorable 3-day tented fly-in safari to Kenya's Masai Mara Reserve, one of Africa's best game viewing destinations.
This wildlife safari travels from Nairobi to the beautiful Masai Mara, via a scenic flight. Arriving at Masai Mara just in time for lunch and then a late afternoon game drive. Spend Day 2 on game drives in search of the wildlife that makes this one of Africa's best destinations.