Mara Intrepids Club

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

    Saturday safari starts

    A travel blog entry by josharman on Aug 30, 2014

    ... or generator no power connected much.
    Mobile phone towers everywhere as the hills and ranges get closer.
    Wow a passing lane on the hwy.... That's a first to see. Several areas we have been through there were police both sides of the roads stopping every vehicle but as we were on a tour company bus and maybe the white faces looking at them we got straight through.many times I saw them go around cars and trucks with a mirror on long handles checking underneath them ...

    An African Safari

    A travel blog entry by masonken on May 11, 2014

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    ... we saw tons of monkeys that would practically come right up to you. The one had a baby and it was so adorable. One monkey took my cucumber from my Bloody Mary and ate it! They were very cute and obviously know that the humans feed them.

    After the pool we jumped on the safari and it started pouring rain. It was fine; we left our rooftop open except when it got really rainy. That night we saw all sorts of jungle animals including an elephant and four lions. They ...

    Loyk Mara Luxury Camp adventure travel....woop!!!!

    A travel blog entry by on Mar 14, 2014

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    ... there.

    Drives for a few minutes and this is where the jungle fever madness hits as you leave civilization behind and hit the open wilderness. The comfort of the tarmac road soon gets replaced by what we refer to as a "Safari Massage". From here to the Camp its off road but this does not become a concern as you are deeply lost in what you see from here. Masai Manyattas/settlements lie in your path as they live freely with the wild animals and have names ...

    The Ghostly Moniko Lion Pride

    A travel blog entry by leomcyr on Jan 31, 2014

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    ... is much like our “Neighborhood Watch”. The Watch is made up of creatures with super keen eyesight who call out a warning when predators are near. The jackal is one such creature. Baboons and Vervet monkeys also have excellent eyesight and their ability to climb trees adds to their value on the Watch. The Go-Away bird is another sharp eyed, vocal sentry.

    On the ground, few animals are more effective members of the Watch than the Topi. The Topi’s ...

    Adventure travelling - Masai Mara - Day 1

    A travel blog entry by s_sarkardei on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... be it, and we would find our own way to Mombasa. I called the owner of the vehicle and she asked to speak with Mike, but Mike refused. She was astonished by his reaction.

    We paid and began driving, thinking that this would be the end of all things. We left Mbale about 4:30 in the morning and had arranged to be in Mara by 12:00pm. There was a vehicle from camp picking us up in a town called Talek. There is only one highway which will take you ...