About Sekenani, Kenya
Sekenani Gate is the top entry point for Masai Mara. Sekenani village is a small settlement in Narok County, Kenya. The is mostly inhabited by the native Maasai people. Sekenani is popular because of its proximity to Maasai Mara National Reserve. Home to a number of tented camps, Sekenani is a popular destination for tourists visiting Kenya.
Where To Visit in Sekenani
Top on the list of places to visit while at Sekenani is the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. It has a good population of lions, leopards, and a wide array of other herbivores and carnivores. Maasai Mara is the most popular wildlife park in Kenya, and it shares a boundary with Sekenani. You can access the reserve through Sekenani Gate.
The biggest spectacle of this amazing reserve is the annual migration (called the Great Migration) of wildebeests, zebras and Thomson's gazelles to and from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Book your flight to Kenya in July to see this amazing sight.
Hotels in Sekenani
Kimana Mara Tented Camp in Sekenani has 35 tastefully furnished, permanent tents with en-suite bathrooms. The best chefs in Kenya are available to serve you a variety of local and continental dishes along with your choice of drinks. Book the Kimana Mara Tented Camp and many other hotels on Jumia Travel.
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