We have listed here the critical wild areas that we need to help conserve for biodiversity, and why.
By choosing to stay at a property that is located in or near these areas you are directly supporting the 4Cs (conservation, community, culture and commerce). Let’s work together to make travel and tourism take responsibility, and help to protect the wildlife and wild spaces that we are all here to enjoy.
Select/Hover over an area to find out more about our Areas
Dry: Late June-Mid Oct & Late Dec–Mid March
Wet: April-May & Late Oct-Early Dec
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Fly into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi
Cottar’s 1920s Camp, Cottar’s Bush Villa, Cottar’s Conservation Camp, Ol Jogi, Lengishu, Alfijiri Cliff Villa, Loisaba Star Beds, Sarara Tree House, Ras Mobile Camp, Kicheche
The Maasai Mara is commonly referred to as the 8th wonder of the world due to its spectacular annual wildebeest migration, as well as having one of the densest amounts of megafauna found globally. The ecosystem hosts an estimated 40% of Africa’s large mammal species yet covers only 0.1% of the continent’s land surface.