Masai Mara makes for an enchanting visit any time of the year but has three distinct seasons, all of which are different.
We bust four myths about Africa that often trouble those who wish to explore it, an ancient land we have known and loved for years and continue to.
Africa was and has always been home to some of the rarest, most startlingly beautiful forms of life as well. And for a wildlife lover, Africa means a visceral human experience of the world that’s so much more than us.
There is a reason why Masai Mara in Kenya is called the ‘Mecca of Wildlife’. Toehold Skipper Sachin Rai, in conversation with Sourabha Rao, breaks this magic down to discernible details.
What else can we do but still make attempts to sing of their might and beauty sincerely? This is one such effort on World Elephant Day.
Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) Great place to see it: Masai Mara in Kenya, Africa
Hailed as the greatest wildlife spectacle on Earth, The Great Migration is a natural phenomenon you wouldn’t want to miss for the world this August!
Planning to savour Migration Magic in the Mara? Don’t wait until the last moment and miss out.
Bat-eared Fox (Otocyon megalotis) Great place to see bat-eared fox: Masai Mara, Kenya
You can keep conjuring up reasons why you should be in Kenya if you are always full of wanting to explore this part of Africa’s glory. However, here are the reasons why we think you must be there!