The speed limit is 50km/hr on graded roads and 30km/hr on other tracks. All the gates have the speed limit sign displayed.
You should stop and give the animal right of way. If you have to drive past animals, do so by keeping your distance and driving slow to cause minimal disturbance.
“High-Use Zone” is an area frequently used by vehicles and tourists. If you are in an area such as this, there will be signs informing you. It is prohibited to off road in a High-Use Zone.
“Low-Use Zone” is the exact opposite; an area rarely used by any vehicles or for game drives. You may off-road to approach big cats (Lion, Leopard, Cheetah) in theLow-Use Zones.
You are only allowed to do so in the Low-Use Zone. You can approach the cats within 25 meters. Once the viewing is done, return to the road using the route you came out from.
These are tracks we create during the high season in areas with good animal viewing.
The closed track is indicated by rocks lined up across the track or logs laid across the track.
We close off some tracks in areas where soil degradation is severe. Closing off of the area will allow the grass to grow back. We also close tracks where we feel that there are sufficient existing tracks in an area.
Game Drive Escorting/Guiding
|Full Day Game Drive Escorting/Guiding||Ksh 3,000|
|Half Day Game Drive Escorting/Guiding||Ksh 1,500|
Our park boundaries are indicated by: the Mara River, top contour of the Oloololo escarpment and the Tanzania border.
No. Seasonal movement into surrounding dispersal areas is crucial for survival of the wildlife and none of the boundaries are fenced off.
The Tanzania border is indicated by white beacons.