7th Wonder of the World – Masai Mara – Kenya
Thinking of Masai Mara National Reserve, is thinking about stunning scenery of Siria escarpment, Mara River where the action takes place, and amazing wildlife. Masai Mara has been graded 7th world wonder, has it hosts the most spectacular event, the wildebeest migration where vast herds of herbivores (wildebeest, gazelles and zebras) engage in about 1000km circular trek to Serengeti National Park, and during the event, you can witness live as big cats target the weak and young ungulates for a lunch and dinner. Masai Mara has rolling plains and hosts astonishing wildlife on this planet earth making it a must visit safari destination in Africa. The
park has rolling plains.
What to see in Masai Mara
Big cats especially lions are extremely common, the most thrilling thing is watching them hunt. Cheetahs and leopards are more solitary and have to work hard to see them, though there are there in large numbers. Other mammals like elephants, buffaloes, zebras, masai giraffes, grazers are in massive quantities making game drives very rewarding and hassle free. The highlight of Masai Mara’s popularity and that which makes it a real 7th wonder is the annual migration between July and October.
What to do in Masai Mara
Game drives for the big five, big cats, and lots of other mammals
Ballooning it’s extremely thrilling game watching from above, usually done in the mornings, you get to watch the sunrise from on high.
To book your safari/ vacation in Masai Mara, please contact Gorilla & East Africa Safari