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Masai Mara

Mara Dawn, Il Moran Camp
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The vast open grasslands of the Masai Mara are famous throughout the world as the host of the annual migration, when 1.3 million wildebeest and zebra cross from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara in search of greener pastures from June to October.

With high densities of both resident and transient populations of game including lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, rhino, giraffe, hyena and over 450 species of bird, the Masai Mara provides unrivaled game viewing throughout the year.

The 1510km2 acre Masai Mara National Reserve bordering Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park is surrounded by approximately a dozen conservation areas. These conservancies have been established as partnerships between the private sector and local Maasai pastoralist landowners to ensure the conservation of the Great Mara – Serengeti ecosystem and the protection of the wildlife within it.

Cheli & Peacock Safaris were fundamental in founding the 70,000 acre Mara North Conservancy (MNC), one of the largest community and private sector owned conservancies in the world. Regarded as one of Kenya’s most successful conservation models, MNC is an exclusive safari destination in a prime wildlife area, open only to the guests of the 12 member camps within it.

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● Classified among the ‘Seven Wonders of the World’ as host to the annual migration from July to November

● Home to resident and transient game including the Big Five and over 450 bird species

● Outstanding wildlife experience throughout the year

● Day Game Drives

● Night Game Drives

● Guided Bush Walks

● Hot Air Balloon Safaris

● Cultural Community Visits

● Hiking

● Stargazing

● Fly Camping

● Horse Riding

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