Mara Intrepids Club

Address: C14 Keekorok, Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya | Lodge
 
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This lodge, located on C14 Keekorok, Masai Mara National Reserve, is near Maasi Mara.
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    Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve

    To See What We Can See

    A travel blog entry by cubm on Mar 07, 2015

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... jump routine (the higher a man can jump, the less he has to pay in dowry for his bride).

    After the song and dance, we were escorted into the village itself, made up of 200 people from 10 families. The Masai live in their mud and dung huts for nine years before they move on. They bring all their cattle into their village courtyard every night and bring the baby animal into their huts so they won't nurse during ...

    Ballooning and a whole day on the Mara, continued

    A travel blog entry by merrillh on Oct 08, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... breakfast - the chef did custom eggs and we had all the usual things to choose from in a buffet. Again, wow, what a great experience. More about the game drive later, I have to get ready for dinner. Note - while I was typing this, monkeys were running back and forth on the roof of my tent and a warthog keeps coming by, looking in and then running away when I say boo! Okay, back again. Just as I finished writing earlier a huge thunderstorm rolled over ...

    Sunday and full safari day.

    A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 31, 2014

    6 photos

    ... off and on. It was very hard to see but with the drivers binoculars we could see his spots and watch him but my photos didn't really show him. So that left the Rhino number 5 and he is the only one no one in the park had seen around all day so they all had no idea where in the park they could be as we only went into the park just over 100kms and the park is 1500square kms. Needle in a haystack. We had got to lunch time when we had arrived at the place where you see ...

    Masai Mara Day 2

    A travel blog entry by gsdraper on Jun 28, 2014

    1 comment, 27 photos

    We leave early at 6:30 am hoping to find some predators still out from their night hunting. We aren't disappointed. Bruce spots a cheetah by the side of the road, and then we come across a pride of lions finishing up the remains if a zebra. And, nearby the lodge, we spot a leopard moving through the trees. The nearby giraffes seemed unconcerned. This was our third leopard--but like the first he proves ...

    Insert stories about the Maasai village here.

    A travel blog entry by anniexf on Apr 29, 2014

    8 photos

    ... that they were hardly touched by slavery due to the fear they inspired in the slave traders with their warfare. Many Maasai, I've noticed, have embraced the agricultural, economic and technological advancements brought by the British during their colonization of Kenya, but I’ve reacently learned an interesting fact from Martin, the man from whom I bought the banana-leaf art. He was showing me paintings he had done of the Maasai, alone or in a ...