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Anyone who's been on safari before knows that no two game drives are ever the same!
Safaris in Kenya are filled to the brim with exciting wildlife sightings as well as romantic scenery and dramatic views. Game viewing in Kenya is often about numbers how many animals in a herd and how many species can you get in one photo!
There are two daily game drives at Mahali Mzuri, one leaving early in the morning and one leaving mid-afternoon.Times will vary depending on the season, but you should always keep your eyes peeled for the Big 5! A number of lion pride territories meet in the Motorogi Conservancy which can make for some interesting encounters as the different groups battle for dominance.
The area is also home to roughly 150,000 Loita wildebeest who do not make the annual migration south and seem content to loiter all year round. Of course one of the biggest draws to the area is the annual Great Migration, which sees up to one million wildebeest plus hundreds of thousands of zebra, gazelles and other game undertake a journey of roughly 1,600km through Tanzania and Kenya. For those of you who are "twitchers" the area boasts a wide variety of birds from the smallest sunbirds to the biggest ostrich.
The location of the camp was specifically chosen to ensure that the views and game experience can also be enjoyed from the comfort of your deck. It's a great opportunity to view the game acting naturally and the valley and water hole ensure year round activity.
To find out more about Mahali Mzuri please visit our website.
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