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The natural beauty and plentiful wildlife of Masai Mara have been drawing visitors for many years. Lions, Elephants, Giraffes, Ostriches, Zebras, Wildebeest and Leopards are just a few of the exotic species it’s possible to see during your stay here, and our exclusive safari tours allow our guests to get close enough to take some truly incredible photographs.

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    Olare Motorogi Conservancy

    If you’ve always dreamed of seeing animals like Elephants, Big Cats and Giraffes in their natural habitat instead of in a zoo, the Olare Motorogi Conservancy is one of the best places to make that dream a reality. With the highest number of large mammals per square kilometer in the whole of Africa, the Conservancy is home to all kinds of creatures, including more than 50 species of raptors: the perfect environment for keen wildlife photographers, or anybody who loves the natural world.

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    Masai Culture

    One of Africa’s most famous indigenous ethnic groups, the Masai people are renowned for their courage, fierce independence and their dedication to pursuing their way of life. A pastoralist people, their lifestyle traditionally centers around their herds of cattle, although they are just as well-known for their brightly-coloured clothing, lively music and dancing, and beautiful, intricately-designed jewellery.

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    Resident Animals

    The animals living in the area are almost like part of the family here at the Olare Mara Kempinski: we love following their activities and we can’t wait to share them with you.

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