NIwoman on Tripadvisor
As newbie safari travellers, we were blown away by our experience of the Conservatory - the animals in abundance; the landscapes; the people; the smells and sounds.
John H on Tripadvisor
It was an amazing experience to actually see the river crossings, that we had seen so many times on TV during the wildebeest migration.
Naina-Damani on Tripadvisor
We saw a leopard on a tree and we were lucky enough to watch four lionesses and three cubs eating a fresh hunt. In the evening safari we were able to explore a massive variety of hippopotamus and a crocodile.
lodge location Mara Triangle
Kenyan hospitality meets Maasai-inspired luxury on the lush green banks of the Saparingo River. &Beyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp lies on the edge of the Oloololo escarpment, where riverine forest meets the sweeping plains of the Masai Mara.
from US$ 435 per person per night
lodge location Olderkesi
Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp offers guest vintage luxury at its very best. Cream-coloured tents decorated in 1920s epic safari style, professional Maasai safari guides and above all a sense of elegance and class - this classic Kenyan safari camp has it all.
from US$ 1,059 per person per night
lodge location Musiara Sector
Ideally situated in one of the most remote parts of Masai Mara National Reserve, Sand River Camp pays homage to romantic 1920s safaris. Its design reminds guests of the many African adventure themed Hollywood movies created in that time period.
from US$ 670 per person per night
MsSparkles on Tripadvisor
There were lion cubs galore, a baby zebra born in front of my eyes, pretty much everything an avid photographer could hope for.
Gary M on Tripadvisor
The Maasai people were extremely welcoming, and were there to make sure our experience was nothing but the best. We will definitely be back.
veer2808 on Tripadvisor
The Big 5 and more - giraffes, zebras, hippos, lions with their families, cheetahs and hundreds of wildebeests - no shortage of amazing game sightings every day...
janpyesafari on Tripadvisor
Conservancies in Kenya are the way to go; protecting the extraordinary wildlife whilst giving the local community an income, together with education on the interaction between the two.
Anna H on Tripadvisor
Wonderful area for wildlife viewing. Having been there twice both times were awesome experiences! Will return again.
Hesmailji on Tripadvisor
The highlight of our trip to Mara was seeing the migration at the Mara river. A once in a lifetime experience to see the Wildebeest migrating. An amazing scene of nature it was.
Sea on Tripadvisor
We saw 8 lions in one drive, and a hippo pod being circled by a dozen crocodiles that launched into the water, trying to get the baby hippos in the center of the pod. Wow!
africanman_840 on Tripadvisor
I was fortunate that when I was recently in the Mara North Conservancy there were so few tourists. I saw plenty of wildlife. The sightings of big cats were especially good.
Linda V on Tripadvisor
The Mara Triangle is the most beautiful, lush area of the Masai Mara. Loads of elephants and all types of wildlife without all the land cruiser traffic found in other areas of the Mara.