Where is Maasai Mara Located?

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Where is Maasai Mara located? Where in Kenya is the Masai Mara? Where is Masai Mara located? The Masai Mara is located in the southern part of Kenya, close to the Tanzanian border. It is about 290 km south of the capital city, Nairobi.

The Masai Mara is part of the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem and covers an area of 1,510 sq km (579 sq miles). The reserve is set in the Great Rift Valley and is among the most iconic wildlife areas for photographers and safari-goers in the world.

Masai Mara’s landscape is mostly grassy plains, rolling hills, and woodlands under the shadows of the Loita Hills. This area is home to a wide variety of wildlife including lions, elephants, cheetahs, zebras, buffalo, wildebeest, hyena and many more species.

In this guide, we will look at one of Africa’s most famous and popular safari destinations- the Masai Mara National Reserve. Let’s explore the home of the great migration together!

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Masai Mara Safari Deals/Offers/Tours

High Season 1st Nov 2023 – 15th Dec 2023

Festive Season: 16th Dec 2023 – 3rd Jan 2024

3 Days AA Lodges Offer

KES 46,784 Per Person

KES 60,280 Per Person

3 Days Miti Mingi Eco Camp Safari

KES 48,400 Per Person

KES 53,400 Per Person

3 Days Orng’atuny Mara King Camp Tour

KES 49,400 Per Person

KES 58,400 Per Person 

3 Days Sentrim Masai Mara Offer

KES 50,800 Per Person

KES 63,000 Per Person

3 Days Zebra Plain Mara Deal

KES 53,500 Per Person

KES 71,100 Per Person

3 Days Mtito Safari Camp Offer

KES 55,100 Per Person

KES 62,650 Per Person

3 Days Basecamp Masai Mara Package

KES 55,950 Per Person

KES 64,520 Per Person

3 Days Mara Sopa Lodge Package Tour

KES 56,035 Per Person

KES 66,050 Per Person

3 Days Mara River Lodge Deal

KES 57,400 Per Person

KES 68,400 Per Person

3 Days Crocodile Camp Tour

KES 58,500 Per Person

KES 71,100 Per Person

3 Days Mara Maisha Camp Package

KES 59,800 Per Person

KES 77,400 Per Person

3 Days Mara Crossing Camp Tour 

KES 79,400 Per Person

KES 96,400 Per Person

Things Included in the Maasai Mara National Reserve Packages

  • A private tour for 2 adults (contact us to get a quote for a quote tour)
  • Pickup and return to your resident in Nairobi
  • Use of a safari van  – Upgrade to a land cruiser at KES 14000 Per Person
  • Professional safari guide 
  • Masai Mara Park Fee
  • 1-liter of bottled mineral drinking water per person per day
  • Afternoon game drive at Masai Mara on day 1
  • Full-day game drive at Masai Mara with picnic lunch on day 2
  • 2-night accommodation at Masai Mara on full-board basis (Supplement of KES 3000 Per Person Per Night will apply on 24th & 25th Dec & 31st Dec & 1st Jan)
  • High season runs from 1st Nov 2023 to 15th Dec 2023, Festive Season runs from 16th Dec 2023 to 3rd Jan 2024


3 Days Masai Mara Angama Mara Safari

3 Days Masai Mara Aa Lodge Safari

Land Cruiser
From Kes 140700

Safari Van
From Kes 113,500

3 Day Masai Mara Angama Mara Safari

3 Day Masai Mara Angama Mara Safari

Land Cruiser
From Kes 398,500

Safari Van
From Kes

3 Day Masai Mara Apasio Safari

3 Day Masai Mara Apasio Safari

Land Cruiser
From Kes 52,500

Safari Van
From Kes 49,300

The great wildebeest migration safari - with a stay at ashnil Mara camp

3 Day Masai Mara Ashnil Mara Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 115,940

Safari Van
From Kes 104,440

Tipilikwani Mara Camp Safari.

Land Cruiser
From Kes 129,600

Safari Van
From Kes 102,600

Book your stay at Base Camp Explorer Camp with full board acommodation services

Base Camp Explorer Camp

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From Kes 136,000

Safari Van
From Kes 109,000

Mara Ngeche Safari Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 173,600

Safari Van
From Kes 146,600

Keekorok Lodge Masai Mara

Keekorok Lodge Masai Mara

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From Kes 202,240

Safari Van
From Kes 202,240

Mara Bush Camp

Mara Bush Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 168,700

Safari Van
From Kes 141,700

Mara Kimana Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 121,600

Safari Van
From Kes 121,600

Mara Maisha Luxury

Mara Maisha Luxury

Land Cruiser
From Kes 153,100

Safari Van
From Kes 126,100

Mara Alopa Tented Camp

Mara Alopa Tented Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 115,600

Safari Van
From Kes 88,600

Mara River Lodge

Mara River Lodge

Land Cruiser
From Kes 108,600

Safari Van
From Kes 81,600

Great Rift Valley

Masai Mar Sopa Lodge.

Land Cruiser
From Kes 139,600

Safari Van
From Kes 112,600

Mutiara Bush Camp

Mutiara Bush Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 115,600

Safari Van
From Kes 88,600

Miti Mingi Eco Camp

Miti Mingi Eco Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 112,800

Safari Van
From Kes 85,800

Neptune Mara Rianta Luxury Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 122,550

Safari Van
From Kes 88,550

Offbeat Mara Camp

Offbeat Mara Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 147,600

Safari Van
From Kes 120,600

Ol- Moran Tented Camp Masai Mara

Land Cruiser
From Kes 106,600

Safari Van
From Kes 79,600

Oseki Masai Mara Camp

Oseki Masai Mara Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 95,900

Safari Van
From Kes 68,900

Oseru Enarau Camp

Oseru Enarau Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 95,600

Safari Van
From Kes 68,600

Mara River Camp

Mara River Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 112,600

Safari Van
From Kes 77,100

Zebra Plain Mara Boutique Luxury Tented Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 119,600

Safari Van
From Kes 92,600

Sekenani Camp

Sekenani Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 117,600

Safari Van
From Kes 90,600

OlMoran Tented Camp/Oseki Camp

OlMoran Tented Camp/Oseki Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 106,600

Safari Van
From Kes 79,600

Talek Olkinyei Camp

Talek Olkinyei Camp

Land Cruiser
From Kes 106,600

Safari Van
From Kes 79,600

Spirit of Mara Lodge

Spirit of Mara Lodge

Land Cruiser
From Kes 141,100

Safari Van
From Kes 114,100

Saruni Mara

Land Cruiser
From Kes 153,000

Safari Van
From Kes 126,000

Olaro Plains

Olaro Plains

Land Cruiser
From Kes 192,950

Safari Van
From Kes 195,950

Masai Mara Photos and Images

A herd of elephants spotted during a game drive.
A herd of elephants in the Masai Mara Game Reserve.

History of the Maasai Mara National Reserve

The Masai Mara National Reserve was established as a wildlife sanctuary in 1961 and covered an area of 520 square kilometers. At the time, it included the Mara Triangle and was later extended to the East and made a game reserve covering a total area of 1,821 square kilometers.

Masai Mara became a national reserve in 1974, but 159 square kilometers of its land was returned to the local Maasai community. It was reduced further to 1,510 square kilometers in 1984 when more land was returned to the community.

The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, getting this status in 1985. Today, there are several conservancies around the reserve, which includes Olare Motorogi and Mara North conservancies and are managed by local communities.

What is the Best Way to Get to Masai Mara Reserve?

There are several ways to reach the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya whether coming from Nairobi, Diani, Mombasa, Amboseli, or any other place.

Getting to Masai Mara by Road

One of the most popular and cheapest ways to get to Masai Mara is by road. You can do this either through public or private transportation.

If you opt for public transportation, you’ll need to take a matatu from Nairobi which will have you at the gates of the reserve in approximately seven hours. You can also hire a private taxi or car-hire service which will get you there in less time.

However, when heading for a Masai Mara safari, the best way is to use a safari vehicle such as a 4×4 safari land cruiser with an openable rooftop. The best thing about using a safari vehicle is you get to enjoy the country side view and other attractions such as the Great Rift Valley Viewpoint.

Common Types of Safari Vehicles

There are several types of safari vehicles used to get to Masai Mara depending on the budget and size of your group.

  1. 4×4 Safari Land Cruiser – This is the most common type of safari vehicle used to reach Masai Mara. It is spacious and comfortable with an openable rooftop, perfect for viewing wildlife.
  2. Open-Sided Jeep – This type of safari vehicle is perfect for small groups and offers great views of the wildlife. They are only used for game drives in the park.
  3. Minivan – This vehicle can be used if you are traveling in a large group (up to nine people). It has enough space for passengers and luggage.
  4. Coach Bus – These buses are usually used for large tours and safaris. It is the most cost-effective option when traveling in a group of 10 or more people.
  5. Overhead truck – This is a good option if you are looking for an interesting and unusual way to reach Masai Mara.
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Our 4WD Safari Van - Economical for Safaris

Getting to Masai Mara by Plane

The most efficient way to reach the reserve is by plane. There are regular flights from Nairobi to the Masai Mara’s airstrip, with the journey taking just under one hour. Once you arrive at the airstrip, you can arrange a private transfer with the reserve.

The benefits of flying to Masai Mara include experiencing a bird’s eye view, convenience, and shorter travel time. To ensure you get the best deal on flight bookings, it is always advisable to make inquiries weeks before your expected departure date.

What is the Nearest Airport to Masai Mara?

One of the fastest ways to get to Masai Mara is by air. You can catch a local flight from Wilson Airport in Nairobi or any other airstrip in Kenya and land in the Masai Mara in Kenya. Here, you will find several airstrips such as:

  1. Keekorok Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code KEU) – Located close to Keekorok Lodge.
  2. Little Governors’ Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code GOV) – Located close to Governors’ Camp.
  3. Kichwa Tembo Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code KIC) – Located near the Olare Orok Conservancy.
  4. Mara Serena Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code MRE) – Located close to the Mara Serena Safari Lodge.
  5. Siana Springs Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code SIS) – Located close to Siana Springs Camp.
  6. Musiara Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code MUS) – Located in Musiara Marsh.
  7. Ol Kiombo Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code OLX) – Located close to Ol Kiombo.
  8. Ngerende Airstrip, Masai Mara (Code MSC) – Located close to Mara Serena Camp.
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Mombasa Air Flight - Getting to Masai Mara Using a Flight

Tourism and Wildlife in the Masai Mara Game Reserve

A game drive in Masai Mara National Park will take you to some of the best parts of the reserve and introduce you to Africa’s greatest wildlife.

Animals of the Mara Game Reserve

Here is a list of the common wildlife you will find in Masai Mara National Reserve during a game drive.

  1. Lion – The ‘Big Cats’ of Africa, Masai Mara is the home to many prides that you can find during your game drive.
  2. Cheetah – Known as one of the fastest animals on the planet, these beautiful cats are often seen hunting gazelles in the open grasslands.
  3. Leopard – Spotting a leopard in the Mara is quite rare, but they can be seen on lucky days.
  4. Elephant – These majestic creatures have been known to both inspire and terrify visitors.
  5. Buffalo – The Cape Buffalo is a dangerous animal that is often seen in large herds.
  6. Rhino – The Black and White Rhinos are usually found in the dense bush areas.
  7. Giraffe – Towering over the savannah, you will surely spot a few of these in your travels.
  8. Hippopotamus – ‘The River Horse’ can be seen along the banks of the Mara River.
  9. Wildebeest – These antelope-like creatures are usually found moving in large herds throughout Masai Mara.
  10. Zebra – Travelling in herds, you will also have the chance to see plenty of zebras during your travels.
  11. Antelope – The smaller antelopes like the impala and gazelle are abundant in the reserve.
  12. Hyena – These predators are often seen scavenging for food in the evening.
  13. Crocodile – Along the banks of the Mara River, you can often spot these reptiles basking in the sun.

Birds Found in Masai Mara Game Reserve

Masai Mara National Reserve is home to over 400 species of bird. During your Masai mara safari, you may spot some of the following birds:

  1. Ostrich – The largest living bird in the world and an iconic symbol of Africa.
  2. Vulture – These large birds are often seen soaring above looking for food.
  3. Eagle – There are several types of eagles that can be found in Masai Mara.
  4. Secretary Bird – An elegant species of raptor that is quite common in the reserve.
  5. Bustard – These large birds can be found on the grasslands, often seen walking alone or in small groups.
  6. Kite – The Black Kite is a common species found throughout the reserve.
  7. Plover – These small birds are often seen in large flocks along the banks of the Mara River.
  8. Stork – These tall birds can be seen standing in shallow waters looking for fish.
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Bird in Maasai Mara National Reserve

Where to Go in Maasai Mara

Which part of the reserve is the best to visit? The greater Masai Mara ecosystem is a leading attraction in Africa and is made up of 3 different parts: Maasai Mara National Reserve, the Mara Triangle, and several Maasai Conservancies.

The Masai Mara National Reserve

Some of the best parts to visit in the Maasai Mara National reserve include:

  1. The Mara River – The Mara River is one of the most remarkable sights in the reserve. It serves as a lifeline for many wildlife species and forms an intricate part of the great migration path every year.
  2. The Oloololo Escarpment – This area is known for its stunning views, particularly at dusk and sunrise. You’ll see herds of elephants along with wildebeest, zebra, and other wildlife.
  3. Kichwa Tembo – This area is known for some of the best game viewing in the Masai Mara. It’s home to cheetahs, lions, elephants, buffalos and more.

The Mara Triangle

The Mara Triangle is part of the reserve and is located on the western side of the attractions. It is famous for its views and makes up just under a third of the Masai Mara National Reserve.

The Maasai Conservancies

The Maasai conservancies are located on private land, but they’re still managed and conserved by the local community. They offer some of the best game viewing opportunities in the greater Maasai Mara region, as well as a range of activities such as hot air balloon safaris, walking safaris, and cultural experiences.

Some of the top conservancies include:

  1. Koiyaki Conservancy – This conservancy covers 28,000 hectares of land and is home to the Oloololo Escarpment, where you’ll see stunning views.
  2. Mara North Conservancy – This conservancy is known for its fantastic game viewing opportunities and has some of the most diverse wildlife in the region.
  3. Masiakasiko Conservancy – Covering 15,500 hectares, Masiakasiko Conservancy is a great place to spot the Big 5. It’s also home to some of the most stunning landscapes in the region.
  4. Lemek Conservancy – Lemek is one of the most famous conservancies in the Masai Mara region and is home to a large variety of wildlife.
  5. Ol Chorro Oirowua Conservancy – This conservancy is the largest private concession in the region and covers a total of 33,600 hectares. It’s known for its diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes.
  6. Olkinyei Conservancy – Olkinyei is home to a dense population of wildlife and offers some of the best game viewing opportunities in the region.
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OlKinyei Conservancy - Plenty of Wildlife

The Great Migration Season of the Masai Mara National Reserve

The Wildebeest Great Migration is one of the most incredible spectacles on Earth. Every year, hundreds of thousands of wildebeests migrate in an endless cycle across the Serengeti National Park Plains and Maasai Mara National Reserve.

The journey takes them over great distances in search of food and water, as well as better breeding grounds for their calves. Along the way they also face danger from predators like lions, hyenas and cheetahs. 

The cycle of the migration changes with the seasons, but it usually begins in early May when the herd arrives in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park from the south. Here they will start calving season and spend several months grazing on fresh grasses before heading towards Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve in July,

Once here, they will spend the remainder of the year grazing and giving birth to their young before beginning the long journey south again in mid-October, when cooler weather sets in. On their way, they must cross several dangerous rivers full of predators and rapids that can easily sweep a wildebeest away.

Things to Do in the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya

There are a lot of things you can do in the Mara to have the best safari in the world. Below are some of the top activities to do during your tour of the Masai Mara.

  1. Game Drives – Game drives are a great way to see the Big 5 in their natural habitat. Your guide will take you out early in the morning and late in the afternoon, when the animals tend to be most active.
  2. Hot Air Balloon Safaris – Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Mara from high up above on a hot air balloon safari. You’ll get an aerial perspective of the rolling savannahs and the Mara River.
  3. Walking Safaris – Get up close to nature on a walking safari, where you’ll be able to spot animals from a safe distance.
  4. Cultural Experiences – Learn about Masai culture and see firsthand how they live and interact with the environment around them.
  5. Photography Tours – With the stunning landscapes and unparalleled wildlife of Masai Mara, it’s a great place to take your camera. Professional photographers will help you capture some of the best shots in the region.
  6. Birding Tours – Masai Mara is home to over 500 species of birds, making it the perfect spot for birdwatching enthusiasts.
  7. Bush dining – Enjoy a unique dining experience in the wild under the stars. These can include bush breakfasts, lunches, and dinners.
  8. Camping – Camping is one of the best ways to get up close and personal with nature in Masai Mara. You can choose from a variety of campsites located around the reserve.
  9. Helicopter Tours – Get an unparalleled view of the Mara from a helicopter. It’s the perfect way to take in the stunning landscape and spot wildlife from above.
  10. The Great Migration – The migration of the wildebeest is one of the most amazing spectacles in nature. It’s best to visit during July through October, when the migration is at its peak.
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Enjoy Game Drive in the Reserve and Come Close to Wildlife

Where is Maasai Mara Located? Top Accommodations of the Park

Masai Mara is a game reserve that offers great accommodations both in the park and the areas near to the reserve. Below are the top camps and lodges you may call home during your safari of the Masai Mara.

1. Mtito Safari Camp

Mtito Safari Camp is located at the edge of Maasai Mara National Reserve. It’s the perfect spot for a luxurious safari in the wild, with lovely views of the savannah and close proximity to some of the best game viewing spots in Masai Mara.

The camp features traditional Kenyan architecture, with rooms and suites outfitted in modern furnishings. There’s also a restaurant, bar, swimming pool, and spa onsite.

2. Mara Maisha Camp

Mara Maisha Camp is situated on the banks of the Talek River. Here, you’ll be able to spot a variety of wildlife from up close in their natural habitat. The camp also offers game drives and cultural experiences for guests.

You will enjoy features like private verandas, spacious rooms, and an onsite restaurant. You’ll also have access to the main pool area and a bar for relaxing after a long day of game viewing.

3. Naboisho Camp

Naboisho Camp is located in the heart of the Mara Triangle. It’s a great spot for wildlife viewing, with easy access to the main game viewing areas.

The camp offers nine luxury tents and a family suite, all of which are outfitted with modern amenities. There’s also an onsite restaurant, bar area, library, and swimming pool for guests to enjoy.

4. Masai Mara Sopa Lodge

The Masai Mara Sopa Lodge is a luxurious option located on the banks of the Talek River. You’ll get direct access to the park’s wildlife and stunning views of the sunset over the nearby hills.

The lodge features a variety of amenities such as two swimming pools, a gym, and spa. It also has several dining options available including buffet style, a la carte and barbeque meals.

5. Mara Serena Safari Lodge

The Mara Serena Safari Lodge is located on a hill overlooking the Masai Mara. The lodge offers an array of features such as a pool, spa, and fitness center.

It also has several dining options available including buffet-style meals and ala carte selections. You can take in the stunning wildlife from the comfort of your balcony or take advantage of the many safari tours offered.

6. Mara Explorer Camp

The Mara Explorer Camp is situated on the banks of the Talek River and offers stunning views. It features a variety of luxurious safari accommodation and provides an outdoor pool, spa, and gym.

The camp also has several great dining options from buffets to barbeques, and offers a variety of safari tours.

7. Sentrim Masai Mara

The Sentrim Masai Mara is located on the banks of the Mara River and surrounded by lush vegetation. The lodge offers a variety of accommodation options as well as several dining options.

You can take part in various activities such as game drives, balloon safaris and cultural experiences, all while enjoying stunning views of the landscape.

8. Olare Mara Kempinski

The Olare Mara Kempinski is located on the banks of the Talek River and offers luxurious safari accommodation. The lodge has a variety of features including two swimming pools, spa, gym and several dining options.

You can take in the beautiful scenery while participating in various activities such as game drives, hot air ballooning and cultural experiences.

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Mtito Safari Camp Twin Bed Accommodation

FAQs About Masai Mara National Park

Below are some of the most commonly asked questions about Masai Mara National Reserve:

1. Where is Maasai Mara found? Where is Masai Mara located?

The location of Maasai Mara National Reserve is in the south-west of Kenya, bordering Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. The reserve is found in the land of the Maasai community and is part of the greater Mara-Serengeti ecosystem.

2. How far is Maasai Mara from Nairobi?

The Masai Mara is located approximately 200 miles (322 km) away from Nairobi, Kenya’s capital. It takes about 5-6 hours to drive there, depending on the location of your accommodation.

3. How much does it cost to go to Masai Mara?

The cost of a safari in Masai Mara varies from season to season and the accommodation you choose. It will cost you more to visit the reserve during the migration season than the green season.

4. Which is the best month to visit Masai Mara?

The best time to visit the Masai Mara National Reserve is during the migration season, which begins in early July and continues until October. It’s also a great time for the game viewing as all of the animals are concentrated in the reserve due to the availability of food and water.

5. Which is better, Serengeti or Masai Mara?

Both the Serengeti and Maasai Mara offer incredible wildlife experiences. The Serengeti is best for game viewing in April and May, while the Masai Mara is best during the migration season from July to October.

Both reserves are fantastic, so it really depends on what type of experience you’re looking for.

6. How big is the Masai Mara in acres?

The Masai Mara National Reserve is approximately 1510 square kilometers (580 sq mi). It is one of the largest and most famous game reserves in Africa. Each part of the reserve covers several different ecosystems including grasslands, woodlands, and rivers.

7. Which is bigger, Masai Mara or Serengeti?

The Serengeti National Park is slightly larger than the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. It covers 5,700 square miles (14,750 sq km), while the Maasai Mara covers an area of 580 square miles (1,510 sq km).

However, it’s important to remember that both reserves are part of a larger ecosystem and, together, they make up one of the most incredible wildlife experiences in the world.

8. Is Masai Mara the seven wonders of the world?

Maasai Mara Game Reserve in Africa is not one of the seven wonders of the world. It is, however, part of a larger eco-system that includes Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and other conservancies in the area.

This eco-system has been declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site due to its unique wildlife and incredible landscapes.

9. How many gates does Masai Mara have?

The Maasai Mara Game Reserve has three main gates located in different parts of the reserve. These are Talek Gate, Sekenani Gate and Musiara Gate. There are also smaller gates located at several conservancies in the area.

These gates make it easy to access different parts of the reserve and offer great game viewing opportunities.

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