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Kenya is blooming this month! The so-called green season takes place in the Mara reserve each March, June and November when there is more rainfall than usual, and the surrounding vegetation flourishes into a stunning shade of emerald green.
Whilst most travel to Kenya during the long, drier months, it's a savvy time to visit in the lush months of the green season. The rainfall doesn't always last long, the warm sun soon comes out and you re rewarded by watching the bush come alive!
Don't believe us? As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, and we think you'll agree our latest game sightings around the Mara reserve, and specifically within Olare Motorogi Conservancy, are simply jaw-dropping!
Who said cats hate water? These Leopards and Cheaters are having a field day!
The dramatic storm clouds and sunsets make for Instagram worthy pics.
After the rains, the tired, over-heated animals stretch their legs and head out into the sunshine and lush grasslands.
Let us know if you're planning a trip to Kenya and one of our Reservation team members will be happy to help with your plans!!
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