The Mara Triangle is one third of the Masai Mara Game Reserve, managed by the non-profit organisation The Mara Conservancy.Visiting the Triangle guarantees part of your park entry fee goes towards conservation: we have dedicated vehicles to enforce park rules and assist guests with animal sightings; a team of rangers regularly patrolling for poachers within and outside our borders; and a Road Team daily fixing and improving our roads and infrastructure.http://www.maratriangle.org/Traveler ReviewsTravel withus safaris' Package was simply sensational
Reviewed by Ggreat on Feb 14, 2011
Last year during Christmas time dated 26th December my friend Ann,Nick and myself decided to take a 15days tour in Kenya.We stayed at the Hilton Nairobi then in a process of looking for an ideal tour package at a reasonable rate we met James Kaulu from Travel with us safaris tour firm in Kenya [www.travelwithussafaris].com.He was a great tour guide with top destination attractions at his fingertip.Going to Aberdares National reserve,witnessing the wild animals coming to the hotel at midnight was simply amazing.We stayed at the Tree tops hotel and thats where all the sensation was five star service with attentive and helpful staff.We then had a three day tour of the Famous Maasai Mara and then the Samburu National park.It was simply amazing and we had the value of every dollar we spent.Forget about the Multinational Tour firms where you have to pay with the name,simply go online and ask for an itenerary for your nunber of days trip then find out how much it will cost.On behalf of my colleagues we highly recommend this company.Our heartfelt regards to tour our seasoned Guide James Kaulu.We look forward to being with them for our trip to Tanzania Ngorongoro crater and a visit to lakes on the Great Rift ValleyFantastic safari experience
Reviewed by Advancepsy on Jan 25, 2011
The Masai Mara safari experience with David Gatua (Virgin Island Expedition) was exceptional. David not only knows the roads (and how to drive on them), he is well-versed in the wildlife, including the birds. He knows where they usually are and can give you a detailed history of the animals/birds and locale. He is a native Kenyan and operates his own van/tour company. David is very personable and witty. We could not have had a better experience. David will arrange for quality hotels/lodges.Teaming with wildlife - time of our lives
Reviewed by boothydownunder on Nov 19, 2010
Just as I expected - everything we wanted to see and more, but make sure y ou get JT SAFARIS(JULIUS TACT SAFARIS) AND WEB:(www.julius-safaris.com), as your safari supplier and ask for Patrick as your guide. See my review on JT Safaris.Dream Safari
Reviewed by omaopav on Nov 9, 2010
Took our whole family on a trip to the Mara in September 2010. We stayed at the Bataleur Camp at Kichwa Tembo. This place is absolutely fantastic. The food is great - especially the soups!!!. Each tent has its own view of the savannah and are very private. Everyone at Bataleur Camp were extremely welcoming. Our driver - Benedict - was the very best. Found us a leopard on the first day and all of the Big 5 on the second day. We just let the Mara show us what it wanted each day. We were blown away with the Bush Dinner and the visit to the "Out of Africa" overlook.
We will absolutely go back.Masai Mara
Reviewed by EddaArs on Sep 14, 2010
Visiting Mara Triangle, Masai Mara National Reserve is really a remarkable experience, all the animals and vegetation, so different to what someone living close to the North Pole is used to, watching a pair of oestrichs, flock of Gazellas, elephants, giraffes and apes and all the other strange animals. And staying at the Siana Springs Camp Hotel was just wonderful.