Nature Walks in Masai Mara
Nature Walks in Masai Mara is one of the rare activity in most of the big national parks and Reserves in Africa due to high concentration of African big 5. Masai Mara national reserve is among the few reserves in Africa where one can see all the big 5 but allowed Nature Walks in Masai Mara national Reserve. Gifted by nature, the reserve has more to explore during your stay around Masai Mara and this can be done through the use of safari land cruisers or even walking. The reserve is being monitored and care taken by local community hence giving much opportunity to guests to have leisure walks both inside the park and around the local community.
Masai mara has great record of birding safaris where more than 200 bird species can be spoted on a single day with long term Nature Walks in Masai Mara national reserve. Masai mara national reserves a home of the great wildebeest migration that happens annually attracts more guests to the reserve. The eco system of the reserve favors Nature Walks in Masai Mara
This is done by the help of the game ranger equipped with a gun using trails that are less used by predators enjoying close view of animals like Elephants, Giraffes, Antelope, Buffalos and other grazers around the park. This activity is much enjoyable and makes you active during the trip as you are involved in the activity, researchers mostly prefer this so that they can learn more and more about the different vegetation zoning of the reserve, behaviors of the animals, relationship between the locals and the park and others.
Nature Walks in Masai Mara are one of the easy but most rewarding ways of experiencing Masai Mara, walking on foot with locals putting on local sandals make out of car tires sharing a lot of excitements as you explore the best of the reserve looking for wildlife. You can reach as far as the Mara River witnessing the migration if you’re in the right season visit.