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Olare Orok Conservancy

#3 of 16 things to do in Masai Mara National Reserve Features Animals
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
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Place for Leopards!

Excellent private concervancy with extremely good opportunity to see all cats, especially... read more

Reviewed yesterday
prof_mareev
Lions Galore!

We thought we were going to see lions: oh boy, we saw LIONS! Many prides, dozens and dozens of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
JaWestPalmBeach
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Reviewed yesterday

Excellent private concervancy with extremely good opportunity to see all cats, especially leopards. Avoid overpriced lodges (Kempinski, Mizuri Mahali) oriented to your stay (rooms) to the detriments of wildlife viewing. The optimal place is Lion Porini with careful attention for prodactive game drives

Thank prof_mareev
Reviewed 1 week ago

We thought we were going to see lions: oh boy, we saw LIONS! Many prides, dozens and dozens of lions in all kinds of social interactions: hunting, eating, raising cubs, mating, resting, playing, enjoying each other. Great place to support the concept of cooperation of...More

Thank JaWestPalmBeach
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Excellent Conservancy to see game. Saw mother Cheetah training its cubs to make a kill. Saw pride of lions feeding on Wildebeest.

Thank Ajaykap
Reviewed 12 July 2017

A well-run conservancy is often far better than a national park for game viewing because of the care that local people and conservationists take to preserve the environment and the wildlife. Olare Orek is one of the best. If you can't find the animals you're...More

Thank Duckdan
Reviewed 27 June 2017

Now incorporated with the Motorogi Conservancy, this is my favourite place to visit in the Masai Mara. As a private conservancy run by the Masai people and with only a few small camps it really is the best place for a safari experience. No mini...More

Thank Sarah G
Reviewed 12 March 2017

I briefly visited this conservancy as it borders another that I was staying in. It has a really nice landscape and excellent game viewing. As with other conservancies there are fewer vehicles which i like. Hopefully i will get to drive around it again soon!

Thank CalvinB90
Reviewed 13 February 2017

As often said before, conservancies are today the reason why the Masai Mara thrives, inspite of insanely large bed numbers. Privacy and gameviewing on conservancies is by and large better, due to smaller guest numbers.

Thank Safariafficionado
Reviewed 7 February 2017

Because its a private conservancy fewer vehicles are permitted meaning more relaxed wildlife viewing. Vehicles can also go off road. The wildlife itself is fantastic- several leopards have territory in the area including Fig, her son Olare and Kabosho's offspring. Multiple prides of lions also...More

Thank sj1904
Reviewed 6 February 2017

This camps in this area observe much stricter rules about guiding and as a result, there is less crowding around any of the wildlife. As well, the camps take more care to look after the environment. Staying on the conservancy instead of the reserve should...More

Thank artslover
Reviewed 29 January 2017

The lovely conservancy Olare Orok Conservancy adjacent to the Masai Mara enjoys a few benefits well worth to heed. For one not being in the actual Mara means there are no park fees. Furthermore, it is less packed when it comes to the number of...More

Thank Henrik_Nordlander
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