Narok County step up to reign in bad driving habits in Masai Mara Game Reserve

NAROK COUNTY REACTS TO MANY COMPLAINTS ABOUT BAD DRIVING IN THE MASAI MARA

(Posted 22nd August 2013)

The present migration season in the Masai Mara, which has seen a daily influx of hundreds of vehicles into the Game Reserve, has also brought an increasing number of complaints about rough manners by drivers, attempting to push themselves between and in front of other vehicles, not making space for others to get vantage point views or having passengers climb on the vehicle roofs, among other citable behaviour.

The Narok County Government has now, in conjunction with KATO, the Kenya Association of Tour Operators, issued a notice outlining how drives are expected to behave and the various sanctions and penalties bad behaviour and ignoring park rules will have.

The full published details are shown below. Well done for reacting promptly and restoring law and order on game drives.

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