Best time to visit Masai Mara National Reserve
Best time to visit Masai Mara National Reserve: To most of the travelers before even planning to visit any recognised safari destination, they have an attendance of asking themselves when is the best time for me to reach this park in order to enjoy the remarkable activities carried out in the area. However, Maasai Mara National Reserve can be visited throughout the year since it sounds with remarkable wildlife viewing to be adventured by the travellers and the best wildlife viewing usually occurs during the dry season when the reserve is out of water source and during this period lots of mammal species can be seen. Those looking for a great chance of watching the impressive great migration of wildebeest in the world Maasai Mara can be your shopping destination for you and the event starts from July to October annually.
From months of January to March
This is the best season for seeing lions in the plains of Mara and one of the seasons for wildlife animals to give birth to their young ones such as zebras and wildebeest. In fact, during this season, Maasai Mara can be dotted with young ones tagging along after their mothers and during this time vegetation cover can be less and animals can be observed easily. The reserve also sounds with a high population of predators such as lions which is so gaining in this periodic season.
From the month of April to June
During this time of the year it can be wet season leading to open savannah grassland to have clear green pasture, free dust and is the best time for African landscape to be stunning with green grass around. It is also best season for birders since it’s when the migrate bird species arrive in millions to enjoy over colourful residence on the savannah. Still the reserve can look beautiful with green tree, flowers that create shelter and food for birds. Besides that, travellers who tend to visit during wet season get their accommodation at low rate and the park can be visited with few visitors compared to peak season. This can be a gaining season to have your Easter break in Maasai Mara and leave with quite meaningful experience of Mara eco system.
From month of July to October
This is a famously known season worldwide as nature event where millions of travelers come together in Maasai Mara to take great movie of wildebeest migration in the Kenya country. The nature event is composed of more than millions of wildebeest, antelopes, zebras and the great migration features the last surviving multi-species on the planet earth. By the end of June onwards, millions of wildebeests get arrived in the great plains of Mara making this a truly Natural Wonder of the World.
And during this season you can still visit the Maasai community and get excited about amazing traditional dance of these Maasai people as they jump up and down, their traditional dressing is rewarding and guests who have visited this community always leave with quite memorable experience of unique African traditional norms and customs.
From month of October to December
During this season it’s when Mara plains can have short grasses due to constant grazing by the large herds of elephants, zebras, wildebeest. It is best time to have clear viewing of animals in Maasai Mara and a great time to see wildebeest migration crossing from the Masai Mara back into the northeast Serengeti.
The month of December is known as a Christmas time to celebrate with families ,friends and relatives for more fun in life time .And during December season, Maasai Mara National plains can be covered with variety of wildlife species which creates unique celebration for our guests as they can engage in quite number of activities such as game viewing ,nature walk ,boat cruise ,visiting the Maasai community as well as enjoying good African weather condition while sleeping in comfort accommodation facilities.
Travelers to be able to enjoy one of Kenyan safari destination, you need to be selective about the best time to visit Maasai Mara thus leaving with a privileged experience of a natural creature of species on African land.