Mara North Conservancy

The Mara North Conservancy (MNC) was established in 2009 as a non-profit organization and it encompasses over 28,486 hectares of pristine wilderness in Kenya. Bordering the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve, MNC forms a crucial piece of the ecosystem and is a part of the IUCN Green List. This unfenced area borders the Masai Mara National Reserve to the east and is dedicated to conserving the biodiversity, wildlife habitats, resources, people, and cultural heritage of the region. 

Mara North Conservancy at a glance

Eco-Tourism and
Conservation
Ethos

Conceptualised in an attempt to alleviate poverty and ensure environmental sustainability, there are three things that the Mara North Conservancy aims to achieve-

  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Exclusivity
  • Cultural Appreciation
Wildlife & Vegetation

Renowned for its rich biodiversity, Mara North Conservancy hosts abundant wildlife populations, including the incredible sightings of the Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, zebras, and over 400 species of birds.

Its varied landscape features open savannah grasslands, acacia woodlands, seasonal rivers, and rocky outcrops, creating diverse habitats for flora and fauna.

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THINGS TO DO

Game Drives
Night Safaris
Stargazing
Horseback Safari
Bush Walks
Balloon Safaris

Did you know ?

Like any other region where humans and wildlife co-exist, Masai Mara faces the problem of livestock predation & crop raiding by predators like lions and hyenas.  MNC has established a predator compensation program to help compensate for the loss of livestock and reduce retaliation by the Maasai communities.

SEASONS

From about July to October, one of nature’s greatest spectacles reaches the Masai Mara, and the weather is cold and dry. Between November and January, the Mara witnesses its short rains with some migrating herds still remaining in the ecosystem around November. February & March are warm and sunny with isolated showers. April-Mid June witnesses the long rains and drenches the landscape in greenery.  

DRY SEASON

March to June & November

GREEN SEASON

July to October

TRANSITION SEASON

January to February

OUR ACCOMMODATIONS

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LUXURY

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