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Mahali Mzuri bush news: September sightings

Following a slightly lower rainfall within the Maasai Mara region, the migration ended a little earlier than usual, with many of the wildebeests not lingering for as long as they usually do within our conservancy. At the end of September, the tail end of the migration was spotted at Pose Plains and Sand River on ...
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Mahali Mzuri bush news: July & August sightings

August 2019 - The Great Migration right on our doorstep! They came running in droves, in their thousands, crossing valleys, rivers and gorges and those that were not lucky enough became prey for the crocs and the cats, the hyenas and finally the vultures! Finally, they arrived at our Olare Motorogi conservancy, where they could be ...
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Mahali Mzuri: A Little Bird Told Us

Kenya’s Maasai Mara is known for its abundance of wildlife, and in particular the big cats that can be spotted on game drives. However living amongst the more famous faces are an abundance of birdlife that are well worth keeping a beady eye out for, there’s over 500 species of birds in the Mara alon...
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Mahali Mzuri: A day with the Maasai

There are many moments when guests interact with the Maasai people during a stay at Mahali Mzuri, from the aeroplane window you can see local farmers grazing their herds below, through to meeting the team (many of whom are from the local area) to visiting the nearby local village and getting a flavour for life ...

A little bird told us...

A parade of elephants...🐘🐘🐘 #walkingintotheweekendlike Thanks to our #Ulusaba ranger Ryan Johnston for this amazing… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

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