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Miss Mara, Water Safaris

QUICK FACTS ABOUT MISS MARA

  • Can comfortably accommodate up to 10 passengers.
  • There are three cruises available each day; Sunrise Cruises, Midday Cruises and Sunset Cruises.
  • Skippers are all qualified, and the cruises are manned by the specific guide allocated to guests.
  • Cruises take place on a dam called Python Dam, which stretches about two kilometers in length, and one hundred meters wide at some points along its course.

HINT: This is a really special option to consider if you are planning something special as a honeymoon treat, birthday or anniversary surprise, or romantic proposal.

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  • The SUNRISE CRUISE starts after sunrise. This one is for “Twitcher”, as we concentrate more on the birds along the river. Although there is always a chance that we will see animals at the water`s edge. The cruises lasts about one and a half to two hours.
  • The MIDDAY CRUISE normally starts at 11:30am, and lasts about one and a half to two hours. This cruise concentrates more on game that is attracted to the water for a midday drink – especially on hot summer days.
  • The SUNSET CRUISE starts around 05:00pm and lasts about one and a half to two hours. The sunsets are spectacular, and this is a wonderful time of day to enjoy the peace, tranquility and milder temperature as the sun moves out of the sky.

ANIMALS SEEN FROM MISS MARA

  • Hippos
  • Elephants
  • White rhino
  • Lion
  • Leopard
  • Buffalo
  • Waterbuck
  • Kudu
  • Impalas
  • Warthogs
  • Baboons
  • Vervet monkeys
  • Water monitors
  • Bush pigs
  • Bush buck
  • Pythons
  • Zebras
  • Blue wildebeest
  • Black back jackals
  • Leopard

BIRDS SEEN FROM MISS MARA

  • Pied kingfishers
  • Greenback herons
  • Darters
  • Cormorants
  • African fish eagles
  • Malachite kingfishers
  • White fronted bee eaters
  • Pigmy kingfishers
  • Black crakes
  • White face whistling ducks
  • Egyptian geese
  • African spoon bills
  • Painted snipes
  • Three banned plovers
  • Thick knees
  • Green back herons
  • Gaint kingfishers
  • Yellow billed storks
  • Masked weavers
  • African jacanas

…. and many more