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About The Mara Triangle
The Triangle is situated North-West of Maasai Mara National Reserve, separated from this reserve by the Mara River.
Since 2001, this protected area has been managed by the Mara Conservancy, which is a not-for-profit company, on behalf of the Trans-Mara County Council.
This partnership hopes to improve this section of the park and also benefit the local communities. The Mara Triangle is about a third of the whole Maasai Mara National Reserve.
What to See in the Mara Triangle
This section of Masai Mara is not crowded, and it has a dense population of wildlife. Animals to see here include wildebeests, the big cats, black rhinos and hundreds of birds.
Mara Triangle Lodges and Camps
There are only two Masai Mara camps and lodges within the Mara Triangle. They are the plush Mara Serena Safari Lodge and lavish Little Governors' Camp. You can also stay in Masai Mara hotels in the national reserve such as Bateleur Camp, Kichwa Tembo and Sanctuary Olonana.
Things to Do in the Mara Triangle
Game viewing is the most popular activity in Masai Mara. Enjoy daily game drives, in addition to bird watching, walking tours and bush dining.
How to Get to the Mara Triangle
A number of gates can get you to this section of the park. They include Sekenani Gate Route, Aitong Route and Kisii Route. The entry point depends on the Masai Mara lodge you have booked.
Use Sekenani Route if you have booked a room/suite inside this conservation area. If you wish to stay outside, Aitong Route is the best. You can also fly to Mara Serena Airstrip in the Mara Triangle or Kichwa Tembo Airstrip the conservation area.