In Photos: Living by the Law of the Jungle in Maasai Mara

In Photos: Jungle Laws in Maasai Mara

A photographer spends time with the Maasai tribe in Kenya and returns with intimate glimpses of the people and their land.

Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve is a mecca for lovers of wildlife, and many make the pilgrimage to witness the wildebeest migration to and from Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. A photographer spends time with the Maasai tribe, who inhabit parts of Kenya and Tanzania in and around the reserves, and returns with an insight into the lives of the people and their land.


All photographs are by Abhishek Hajela.

  • Lubna Amir is Assistant Digital Editor at National Geographic Traveller India. She travels in the search for happy places (which invariably involve a beach) and good food. When she’s not planning her next escape, you can find her curled up with a book or researching recipes.

  • Abhishek Hajela is the recipient of the prestigious Nikon World Photography Award. He works with Olympus, Go Pro and Manfrotto in India to lead and design photography trips; apart from working with US photographers on India Photo Trips.

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