Some of my favourite moments in Masai Mara

There are many national parks in Kenya but this particular park stands out for me. The wildlife and scenery never disappoints. It has really nothing to do with the fact that its well known.

Here are some of my best moments of my trip three weeks ago:

  • Experiencing a lion kill……During my first game we found 3 lionesses with their cubs feasting on a zebra. The zebra was heavily pregnant probably one of reasons she was caught.  😦


  • The views of the plains from Oloololo Escarpement in the Mara. It was a breathtaking view. It reminded me of the view from Pride Rock in the Lion King Movie.


We were a 7kms from the  Kenya – Tanzania border. The darker areas in the horizon in this photo below  is actually Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. This was our guide Jackson.


  •  Kilima Camp : I simply loved this camp. Its located high up on the same escarpement. The views from this tented camp are simply to die for. The dining area overlooks the plains below.




When you live in the city, you rarely get to experience something like this.  A beautiful sunrise .


We all need to get away from the concrete jungle once in awhile. Its a wonderful retreat where you get to relax away from the hussle and bustle of the city.

Maasai Mara is one of my favourite places . I actually recommend anyone who hasnt been there to visit.

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20 Comments Add yours

  1. It looks like such an authentic African experience. and wow seeing a lion kill?! That’s intense, what an experience!


    1. Very intense..with a whole lot of emotions… you are part excited to see it but sad too


  2. Neha Verma says:

    What an experience. Indeed the moments are beautiful. I didn’t know of this place until stumbled on your post


    1. Neha …you should visit 🙂


  3. Masai Mara is one of the most well known parks in Kenya. Must say it was really lucky that you managed to spot the Tigers eating their kill on your first safari. Seeing that you can spot the Serengheti National Park from there just shows how connected everything is and for the animals at least there are no borders. The camp looks luxurious.

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  4. TravelingMel says:

    Looks like an amazing trip! Kind of sad to see the pregnant zebra, but everybody’s got to eat, right? The cabins/tents look nice and comfortable.


    1. Yes…sad as it is …its all part of the ecosystem…. Kilima Camp was amazing


  5. Kenya sounds amazing. I’m not sure I would have liked to witness the Zebra kill though I am a little squeamish about those things. The camp looks wonderful and that sunrise is worth getting up for!

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  6. Gemma says:

    Your pictures are incredible, thanks for sharing. What an experience, seeing a lion’s kill. Reminds us how brutal nature is!


    1. Very brutal…..some some us shed a tear for the poor zebra especially on realising she was preggers


  7. I got the Lion King feeling too! This is a trip of a lifetime, I am just a little bit jealous. 🙂 Especially that you got so close to the lionesses!

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  8. You were brave for watching at the lions eating a zebra. I cannot. The Kilima Camp looks like the perfect place to stay and learn more about the wildlife. The beds look comfy too.


    1. I guess I was just too excited…a lion kill is not easy to find. …Kilima Camp is amazing .


  9. Emma says:

    what an amazing experience! I feel sorry for the zebra but that’s nature – and what luck to experience it first hand too. visiting from BSB fb group 🙂

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  10. Janine Good says:

    How inspiring! I really want to head to Africa someday for a trip. I love the photos you captured of the animals. Such remarkable creatures on this earth.


  11. joseyphina says:

    Oh wow! The camp room looks so cozy and I’d love to see the animals!

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    1. You are welcome to visit….. I would also love to visit Ghana one day 🙂

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      1. joseyphina says:

        Thanks, Wangui ☺


  12. Pretty as a Peach says:

    WOW! It’s beautiful!


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