Discover the untamed wilderness and diverse landscapes of Kenya, home to iconic wildlife and majestic savannahs, where thrilling safari adventures and cultural encounters await.


leading safari destination by World Travel Awards


languages spoken across Kenya


national parks and reserves

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leading safari destination by World Travel Awards


languages spoken across Kenya


national parks and reserves

About Kenya

Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of Kenya, a land renowned for its extraordinary safari experiences. Embark on thrilling game drives with Tusk Photo and experience the legendary Great Migration, encounter the Big Five in their natural habitats, and marvel at the abundant wildlife that roams freely.


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Why this destination is perfect for you

Discover a selection of reasons why this destination is the perfect match for you. Embark on an adventure that promises to fulfil your wanderlust and create cherished memories, as this destination caters to your unique desires and ensures an unforgettable travel experience.


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Explore our comprehensive FAQ section where we provide informative answers to address all your questions and curiosities.

Masai Mara National Reserve is a large game reserve in Narok County, Kenya, in East Africa. It covers approximately 1,500 sq. km and borders the Serengeti Park to the south.

Masai Mara National Reserve is an ideal year-round safari destination, offering excellent game viewing opportunities and a favourable climate. However, the best wildlife viewing months are during the dry season from late June to October, which coincides with the incredible wildebeest migration.

The Great Migration, also known as the Wildebeest Migration, is the annual movement of over a million animals, including wildebeest, antelope, zebra, and big cats, from the Serengeti in Tanzania to Masai Mara in Kenya. It is a remarkable natural spectacle influenced by weather, pasture, and mating-birthing cycles.

Yes, a visa is required for travel to Kenya, except for citizens of exempted countries. Visitors must obtain an electronic visa (E-visa) before departure, which can be applied for online.

Masai Mara is a safe destination, and Kenya is known for its security measures in the parks and reserves. Wildlife attacks on visitors are very rare, and lodges and camps have night guards to ensure safety. Safari guides provide guidance on approaching wildlife safely during game drives and walking safaris.

Masai Mara is one of the most renowned wildlife conservation areas in Africa, home to abundant populations of lion, African leopard, cheetah, and African bush elephant. It is also famous for hosting the Great Migration, which has earned it recognition as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa and one of the ten Wonders of the World.

Kenya is renowned for its diverse and abundant wildlife. During a safari in Kenya, you can expect to encounter a wide range of animals, including the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros). Other notable species include giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, hyenas, hippos, crocodiles, wildebeests, gazelles, and various antelope species. Kenya is also a birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 1,100 bird species recorded in the country. From the iconic Maasai Mara to Amboseli National Park and Tsavo East, each region offers unique wildlife viewing opportunities, making Kenya a dream destination for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.

Yes, both Safaricom and Airtel mobile service providers offer coverage in Masai Mara. Some lodges and camps provide complimentary Wi-Fi and guest facilities.


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