Siana Conservancy is a 29, 000-acre conservancy that sits on the Eastern edge of Maasai Mara Reserve. The conservancy which was established in 2 has at its priority to conserve animals and the Mara ecosystem making it home to birds, and a variety of carnivores.
Siana Conservancy has the main species that inhabit the Masai Mara ecosystem. The only animal you will not see here is the black rhino.
The conservancy links the Mara Reserve to the Loita Hills where the elephants migrate to in the dry season and also the smaller wildbeest migration. There are resident wildebeests found in Loita hills as well as migratory ones.
Small and large foragers can be easily spotted such as hartebeests, topis, elands, dik-diks, giraffes, buffalos, gazelles, zebras among many others. The prescence of prey animals attracts carnivorous ones such as cheetahs, lions, hyenas and leopards.
Explore the plains of Siana Conservancy through both day and night game drives. A professional guide will accompany you whenever you visit these wild plains. There are also daily nature walks and bird watching excursions.
January and February are the best months to visit so as to witness the birthing of wildebeests' calves. Standing up within minutes of birth is a spectacular sight. This ensures survival of the young calves.
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