Masai Mara - The Mecca of wildlife nestled in the southwest of Kenya spreading to 1510 Km2. Those beautiful documentaries on BBC and Nat Geo it’s all here...
The Majestic lions with impressive manes, elegant leopards adorning trees, the sprint of the cheetahs, herds of elephants making their way across endless the plains, the swing and sway of the giraffes and the Wildebeest migration- greatest wildlife spectacle on Earth when over a million wildebeest cross plains, valleys, and rivers in search of fresh pasture.
The roar of the “King of Beasts”, the chirping of the crickets, the echoing call of the hyenas, the deep throaty cry of the Masai, the chorus of the wild in the endless Savannah, sets your pulse racing, nevertheless wanting you to come back again and again and immerse in the magic of the wild Masai Mara.
“There is language going on out there – the language of the wild. Roars, snorts, trumpets, squeals, whoops, and chirps all have meaning derived over eons of expression… We have yet to become fluent in the language -and music- of the wild.”