The Top 10 Things To Do On The Masai Mara Kenya

The dream of Traveling to Africa and explore the plenty adventure of it,  is to dream of visiting   Masai Mara. This huge part of the gently rolling grasslands - filled with flat acacia trees and covered by huge herds of zebras and wildlife - is the absolute cliché of Africa. But in fact, living up to the image and the Masai Mara temple, which includes not only the famous reserve but also dozens of community reserves, many collective farms and many Masai villages, represents for many people not only their most prominent Kenyan adventure, but the reason why they came in Primarily.

Here are the 10 best things to do in The Masai Mara, Kenya:

Stay at Loldia House with Masai Mara Airstrip

 Offering an experience like an early African settler, Loldia House allows you to enjoy early Kenyan countryside surrounded by beautiful views. The house itself is set on a 6,500-acre private farm on the shores of Lake Naivasha, which is itself one of Kenya's main attractions and offers tours to explore other areas of the Rift Valley. Other attractions you can enjoy at Loldia House Lake Nakuru, Hell’s Gate National Park, visit Bogoria Lake, watch the museum and enjoy wildlife safaris.

You can find Loldia House near Nairobi and because of the airstrip, stop heavily before your visit to Mara. You can enjoy a choice of accommodation, such as an old family house or various houses scattered across the land. There are some very comfortable options, including the perfect cottage for your honeymoon. Thereafter, the cottages are surrounded by flower gardens or placed by the lake for great views.

Visit Mfanganoo Island on Lake Victoria 

Lake Victoria is the largest tropical freshwater lake in the world and borders Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania in the Great Lakes region of Africa. The lake is drained from the famous Nile River and has about 200 different species of fish. The lake is very important for the regional economy as different industries depend on water.

Due to its size, Lake Victoria is home to some beautiful geographical features, such as many different coral reefs and different islands. If you choose, you can tour the camp to explore the area and see the beauty of Lake Victoria.

Mfangano Island Camp is a luxury island retreat set in beautiful tropical gardens and offers great views of Lake Victoria. The camp's activities include fishing on the perch of the Nile, learning about the island's traditional culture, watching birds to see about 350 different birds, visiting a historical site of ancient rock art, or simply relaxing at the island's luxurious camp.


Masai Mara is a great place to watch birds with 470 birds to find. Although they are large animals that dominate people's attention, there are some wonderful birds that you can also find. Among the diversity, you can ostriches, the world's largest bird, small solar birds, and 46 different birds of prey.

Grasslands hide the horns of the earth, which resemble the size of turkeys, Korean hashish, small birds, scaffolding, and white stems. Swamp areas are a great place to learn about different types of storks and cranes, such as saddle storks that explore catfish.

You can discover Heron Goliath, the world's largest ibis, as well as the sacred Ibis, yellow storks, and wonderful white egrets. There are many different kingfishers with seven types of giant kingfishers to see. You can usually discover these on the Mara River itself.

Big Game Walking Safaris 

A walking safari is a great way to reach Masai Mara in the same way as early exploration. Explore the area on foot with highly trained guides. No longer inside a specially designed safari, you can enjoy even more excitement while exploring Masai Mara looking for some great wildlife. Safaris on foot are offered as an additional activity at Little Governors Camp and your walk is followed by a full breakfast of cooked champagne.

Visit The Mara River 

The Mara River is one of the most famous documentaries in the world due to the annual wildlife crossing and the abundance of the Nile crocodile. The river starts in the Kenyan highlands and then flows into Lake Victoria, the largest tropical lake in the world.

This is an important source of water for animals along the Mara River and grows to double its usual size after heavy rains. The animals you can find here include the life of birds, hippos and alligators, and the river is located in the heart of the Masai Mara National Reserve. Governors Camp is a great camp to enjoy the Mara River, situated in the forest on the riverbank and was dedicated to Kenya's colonial rulers.

Enjoy Cultural Visits with The Maasai 

The Maasai have been living in Mara for a few hundred years and still live with traditional customs and traditions, albeit slightly influenced by the modern world. While you are in Masai Mara, you can visit the Maasai community and in the camps on this page, you can see a specific community called Mara Rianda.

This is a community of 48 traditional houses surrounding the Masai cattle area. This is a great place to visit if you are interested in exploring the Maasai culture to enjoy the traditions and customs that have remained the same for centuries.

Visitors are often surprised by the Maasai lifestyle and the camps in question are an awareness program that helps preserve the surrounding forests and provides a reliable source of fuel for the community. A biogas plant collects methane from cow dung in the center of the village. This not only helps keep the area clean, it also provides a much-needed energy source without resorting to forests for fuel.

Enjoy a Luxury Stay at The Governors Private Camp 

Governors Private Camp offers a very special and comfortable experience at Masai Mara. Since the camp manager is your host, personal attention is the selling point of this exclusive camp.

The camp is located where many different animals come to drink and where hippos bring their calves to enjoy the water. The surrounding forest is full of beautiful birds, such as Trojans, cattle horns, and oracos. The Governors Private Camp then offers some of the best Masai Mara guides to take advantage of the wildlife-filled environment. Followers are expertly trained to find amazing wildlife and you will surely see some of Mara's favorite favorites.

The camp can be booked either individually to share the camp with others or it can be booked exclusively by one group for 6 tents to provide an exclusive and exclusive experience.

See the Wildbeest Migration 

Land migration is an annual event where more than a million wild animals, zebras and deer migrate from Tanzania to Masai Mara in Kenya in a continuous cycle after rain and fresh grass.

Migration often occurs between July and October and is expected by hundreds of tourists and predators in both Masai Mara. This is the time when wild animals give birth to echoes of life throughout Mara. Life arrives not only with the birth of wild animals, but also with the actions of predators and the arrival of lions and hyenas.

Safari Drive

The main event for your safari camp in Masai Mara, car games lead you to Masai Mara to search for famous animals. Accompanied by some of the best and most highly trained guides in the region, enjoy a game like no other in some of the best safari camps in the region. Camps, such as Camp Governors, Little Governors Camp, Camp Governors Camp, or IL Moran Camp, are located in the heart of Masai Mara.

The best location on Mara means access to the best wildlife photography opportunities. In the camps above, enjoy 4X4 vehicles tailored to this environment and watch the games, and highly trained drivers who have a passion for the environment and have worked at Mara for 40 years. You will enjoy two of these great games every day to discover some mara wonderful animals.

Hot Air Balloon over the Masai Mara

The hot air balloon over Masai Mara is one of the most amazing ways to see this wonderful ecosystem. Get a better view of the area and enjoy the beauty of Masai Mara from the sky. The hot air balloon leaves the Little Governors camp just before dawn as the balloon rises as the first sunlight shines through.

Enjoy the tranquility of a balloon journey as you float over the plains that see the wildlife below. See the Masai Mara forest and rivers in a truly unique experience as we walk into the breeze. Learn why Maasai is named "Mara", which means "monitor" as you see tree circles and shadows of clouds and woodlands that create beautiful scenery.