Mara Intrepids Club
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Travel Blogs from Masai Mara National Reserve
... Went to Wilson airport and on the way saw Gandhi Avenue! Airport is small but busy. Had a good coffee there and boarded the small flight. Looks like luggages comes by road. So took only my camera bag. Landed in Mara and got on to the safari straight away. Got my massive 200-400mm lens and it's fantastic and a beast to carry! Couldn't see any crossings, but loads of Wildebeest, ...
... easy to miss. This was a
very special sighting for us and we enjoyed our time with them
immensely. Other new sightings for this reserve included Kirk's
Dikdik, hippos, crocodile, ostrich and a plover like bird!We drove all the way to the Mara River – the river that gets crossed during the annual
migration. We have been told that the migration is beginning to start
– we are hoping to see some in the Serengeti. The river was flowing
very fast ...
... a sound, I just listened for a minute before falling back to sleep. I was too tired to be worried about it. I woke up to my alarm at 5:45 AM, and I listened for more hippo noises. When I didn't hear anything, I headed for the shower. The coffee came at 6AM as planned. It was good Kenyan coffee, not too strong and very smooth. It was served in little metal pitchers much like the hot milk back at La Brioche in Cote d'Ivoire. It was exciting to step out in front of the tent and sip ...
... river's bank. So, from the front of the sent, we could see animals down in the river. I think the only way to adequately describe the tent and its furnishings is by sharing some photos. In short, though, it was very nice. Each tent has a number and an animal. Ours was number 3, the SIMBA tent (LION). I would have my own bed in a separate area of the larger tent. Once we got settled in, we called our guard and strolled down a nice stone path to lunch. Lunch was served ...
... Masai Mara was to view the migration of the wildebeests across the fast flowing Mara
River. We had been told that it had not been happening as in other years, however we were determined to go there anyways. When we got there, there was a herd of 80 standing waiting to decide whether to cross. Very often they will just walk away and try another day, and
this was starting to happen, when a lone e ...