Tourism has played a very important role in Kenya’s economic development with wildlife safaris and beaching as the leading attractions. Good planning and governance have maximized human impacts on the tourism potential as Kenya goes ahead to progress with its tourism. Infrastructure development combined with a commitment to wildlife conservation has led Kenya to the forefront of the regional tourism industry compared to other destinations in Africa.
A wildlife safari to the East African country without including a visit to Masai Mara National park is considered incomplete. Masai Mara is the leading wildlife park in Africa with annual wildebeest migration and zebra cross into this small game park every year offering the opportunity to tour the greatest and best wildlife safari spectacle in the world. Not merely has it got spectacular views in every corner of the park, but zebra and gazelle trek the park on their way to Tanzania. Hot on their tails is an assortment of predators such as cheetah, leopard, and hyena.