Mara North Conservancy
A picture postcard of flawless Africa – golden savannahs, perfect acacia trees dotting the horizon and lots of big cats. Lions and leopard sightings are common, as are masses of the other wildlife – this is the protected conservancy of Mara North.
The private wilderness of over 61,000 acres is a special zone created to protect this beautiful swath of land, the precious wildlife within its borders and its native inhabitants, the pastoral Maasai People. Going on a safari here is a unique experience of the land, the animals, and the culture as you will enjoy your time on these Great Plains with few other tourists and vehicles.
That’s one of the most special qualities of the conservancy – the number of visitors is strictly limited – just one bed allocated per 350 acres. Which is one of the lowest tourist densities of the Mara eco-system, guaranteeing a more personal safari adventure.
At Mara North, you’ll also be able to partake in activities not allowed in the National Reserve like walking and night safaris, and personalized camping complete with bush dinners and breakfasts.