Masai Mara Lodges and Camps
The Maasai Mara measures more than 1,500 square kilometers. It makes up the Kenyan half of the Mara-Serengeti ecosystem, and all of the big five make their home here. Lions, elephants, rhino, buffalo, and leopards share the Mara with other hunters, grazers, birds, reptiles, plants, and insects.
Elengata Olerai tented camp has a good 22 uber luxurious tents. The camp engages the local community to introduce its guests to the local landscape, and the indigenous plants and animals; not to mention Maasai traditions. Here is more...read more
Olumara camp is one of the most private and secluded camps in the Maasai Mara. It was built near the Olaro Orok river, at the edge of the Mara, near the Mara North Conservancy. Here is some more information: There are ten standard tents and...read more
Sentrim Mara Lodge is close to Sekenani gate in a 100-acre grazing land that supports a variety of herbivores, and their predators. Air transfers are arranged to an airstrip that is half an hour away. Here is more information: A swimming...read more
The four main sections for game viewing in the Mara converge here, making this one of the best places to stay in Maasai Mara. It was built alongside the Talek, which is one of four tributaries feeding River Mara. Here is more: Visitors are given...read more
Fig tree camp was built next to the Talek river. It has luxury tents and chalets, all of which are designed to provide comfort, and unobstructed views of the landscape and animals coming to drink. Here is some more information: From the Fig...read more
Mara Simba Lodge is conveniently located to provide good viewing of the wildebeest migration that occurs every year. Accommodations are luxurious and tastefully furnished in an African inspired way. There are three types of accommodations, to suit guests’...read more
Built in 1962, Keekorok is one of the oldest lodges in Maasai Mara. There is no fence around the property, and wild animals roam in and out at will. Here is more information: Each room is equipped with a bathroom, and toilet, a mini bar, mosquito net,...read more
Mara Serena is located among the gently sloping plains of the Mara. It is surrounded by Acacia trees, herds of grazers, and close to the Mara river. Here is what you will find there: The luxury lodge is designed to accommodate families, with babysitting...read more
From their private deck at the Sarova Mara, guests have a front seat view of the wildebeest migration which is one of nature’s most spectacular events. It is located on the path of the migration, surrounded by plains on which zebras graze. Here is more...read more
Ashnil camp is hidden in a small forest in the middle of the Mara, with the Mara river nearby. The Olkiombo airstrip is only half an hour’s drive away. There are forty luxury tents in this establishment. Here are some of the features: Each...read more
The trees and bushes in the Mara Sopa lodge are mature, a telltale sign that it is one of the oldest lodges in Maasai Mara. The buildings all look like traditional African houses, with conical roofs. A large swimming pool occupies the central area. Here is...read more
You will find Osero Lodge right at the far Western edge of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The luxury lodge is built using local materials and runs mainly on solar energy. Visitors can access it by road or by private plane. Here is some more information: ...read more
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