In the country's south-west

It could just be the greatest wildlife show on earth. Every year from mid-June to October, the rich grasslands of Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve, in the country's south-west, draw wildebeest, zebra and other iconic herbivores of the African plains in their millions. Their battle for survival with Africa's great predators brings intense daily drama as lions stalk through the grass, cheetahs accelerate across the savannah and crocodiles lurk in the shallows waiting for wildebeest to venture into the water.