Maasai Mara National Reserve
Virtually everyone who visits Kenya goes to this 320-sq. km. of open grassland dotted with flat-topped acacia trees. A visit to Mara is truly a staggering one, and which is likely to have a profound effect on your own feeling of insignificance. This is the Kenyan section of the Serengeti - Mara ecosystem and animals are in abundant. All year round, the Masai Mara, a living tapestry of grassy savanna, spreading thorn trees, rounded hills and tall gallery forests with its abundant wild life draw hundreds of thousands of photographers and visitors from all over the world. The Mara is home to millions of wild game such as wildebeest, buffalo, zebras, elephants, giraffes and gazelle among others and are continuously tracked by Africa's great predators. The annual migration of these animals is one of the most inspiring sights on earth, and this is the dramatic life and death struggle that tourists come to see at Masai Mara. Other animals seen are lion, elephant, cheeter, leopard, antelope, impala, Thomson gazelle, topi, baboon, jackal, warthog, rhino and hyena.
A visit to the Masai village, located inside the reserve. This is a cultural village of the Masai tribe's people and it is an ideal place to take video pictures, buy trinkets and beadwork.
Ballooning Safaris; hot-air ballooning at dawn as you drift quietly, is the best way of viewing the savanna plains and the animals without the intrusion of vehicles and the dozens of tourists.
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