Siana Conservancy is the most recent conservancy experiment to succeed as a promising tourism destination in the rich Mara eco-system. The conservancy’s lands provide an abundant buffer zone that is alive with wildlife in this active wildlife region. Visitors will see buffaloes, giraffes, gazelles, zebras, topis, dik-diks, elands, and a plethora of other grazers. In the grand scheme of things, look for several resident lion pride, as well as leopards, cheetahs, African wild dogs, and hyenas. The conservancy serves as a migration corridor for elephant herds, some of which have over 200 individuals in a family. Wildebeests are also important in Siana’s ecosystem. During the Great Migration, which runs from July to October, vast herds of these creatures pass through the conservancy, creating an unrivaled spectacle of wildlife herding.