Our first week in the Mara for 2023 has just recently come to an end and what an incredible start to the season it has been. The build up to the Mara season is often filled with excitement and a certain level of stress as our team gets everything ready for what is set to be our busiest season yet.
One of the aspects that stuck out for me during the week was that once again the Mara delivered from a game viewing point of view, like it always does. It is most definitely not just a peak season destination and the off peak weeks offer some of the best predator viewing you could possibly ask for.
One of the highlights during the week was seeing a female cheetah named Risasi, which many of you would remember from last year with the four cubs. Unfortunately two of the cubs didn't make it, but she is doing wonderfully well and the two cubs have grown tremendously over the past 12 months.
Lastly the camp has yet again gotten a few beautiful additions like the outside daybeds that have been added to each room, as well as a brand new bar which is the perfect place to sit and enjoy a cold Gin and Tonic and fit in perfectly with the camp.
We look forward to a great 2023 season and with only a couple of spaces left for this year, don't wait too long to book your spot for 2024 or 2025 as spaces are filling up fast.
Masai Mara Experience
The Masai Mara offers incredible photographic opportunity outside of the typical migration period. In fact, many an award winning image have been captured during the shoulder season either sides of the migratory movements. The Mara remains a quintessential safari experience in the Mara Experience Season and is still one of the bucket list items that any wildlife and nature enthusiast should tick off.
During the Great Migration season over 2 million animals gather on the plains of the Masai Mara setting the scene for one of nature’s most incredible spectacles and undoubtedly one of the best wildlife and photographic experiences.