Kenya has some truly unique and world leading hotels especially as we Kenyans like to out it, "out in the bush", meaning in the wilderness of the vast national parks and wildlife reserves of East Africa.
Below is a basic search tool to find your ideal camp or lodge in the Kenya with information on the location of each property.
Most tourists come to East Africa hoping to see the so called ''Big Five'', namely Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo. Well, the Mara is one of the few places in Africa where seeing all these five animal species is not just possible but also fairly likely during a 3 day safari.
With close to 70 mammal species and hundreds of Bird species to be found in the greater Masai Mara region, it is no wonder that this wildlife area is referred to as a literal Animal Kingdom of sorts, a true preservation of animals in the modern day era. Below is a brief check list of wild animals and mammals in Masai Mara.
Although not the obvious choise of destination for Birding in Kenya, which after all is home to some of the best birding hotspots in the world, Masai Mara is still a very good place for Ornithological tours, with over 500 species recorded, with many of these being raptor species.