Masai Mara National Park in Southwest Kenya is a 583 mile-long exhibit that has tons of wildlife roaming around it year-round. Many of these mammals such as the zebras and the antelope are prime participants in the Great Migration that can be witnessed while visiting the area. Amboseli National Park is also a great place to visit, giving you the ability to meet the Maasai people while getting an amazing view of Mount Kilimanjaro during your visit.
- East Africa is proud to feature some of the greatest marvels in the world which includes Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest free standing mountain.
- The Masai Mara National Park that is in Southwest Kenya is home to a great variety of game like wildebeest and zebra all year round.
- The Ngorongoro Conservation area was created so that wildlife and the Masai can exist and is home to wildlife like zebra, lions, and gazelles.
“The Serengeti is the setting for one of the world’s great natural spectacles: the Great Migration of herds of over a million wildebeest as well as zebras, eland, and gazelle that make these migratory movements between July and September, as well as the return back in October through November.”