The Mara Triangle is the western third of the Masai Mara National Reserve. The triangle covers 500 square kilometres, lying between the Mara River to the east, the 400m Oloololo Escarpment to the west, and the border with the Serengeti Plains and Tanzania to the south. Colours distinguish the various landscape types eg. grasslands, wetlands, thickets and acacia woods. Hills and significant isolated trees are marked, also seasonal watercourses, tracks, roads, river crossings, reserve gates, lodges, campsites and major migration crossing points on the Mara river. A 1km UTM grid is drawn over the map. A small inset map shows the whole National Reserve. The reverse of the map is devoted to information for vistors: the ecosystem, the annual migrations, practicalities ie, access, campsites, rules for visitors and useful contacts.