Primarily, if the vehicles leave tracks and get too close to animals, they are disturbed, and if this practice is common, they are likely to move elsewhere; this interferes with the balance of the territory and on the movements of animals.
The main challenges of the Great Masai Mara ecosystem to survive
- Demographic growth
- Excessive and uncontrolled tourism development
- Increase in off-road driving in the reserves
- Exploitation of the Mara River Basin