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David Livingstone Safari Resort

David Livingstone Safari Resort commands spectacular views in the Serengeti-Mara eco-system; it lines the Mara River on the edge of the Masai Mara Game Reserve and overlooks deep pools infested with hippos and crocodiles. Painted in traditional Masai red ochre and lit by hundreds of hurricane lamps, the lodge makes an immediate impression: guests are met by Masai warriors in full regalia. The lodge has piped hot water, electric light and comfortable beds.

The lodge's 80 en suite rooms all have views of the Mara River from their verandas. The world's biggest land migration passes the very gates. Wildebeest and zebra in search of grazing cross the plains and rivers under the eyes of ravenous lion and crocodile.

Keekorok Lodge

At the southern end of the Mara, right in the path of the annual migration of wildebeest and zebras path, lies Keekorok Lodge. There is always plenty of activity around the waterhole but during the migration, the lodge is enveloped by the swarming mass of animals. One need hardly venture from ground to game view. From the verandah and from Kiboko Bar, there is plenty to see. One unfortunate zebra met its end right in front of the dinning room, providing supper for a pride of hungry lions, and 'live' entertainment for enthralled guests at Keekorok.

Accommodation at Keekorok Lodge is in bungalows, single story blocks, and in comfortable shaded chalets. The liberal use of cedar wood, pink and gray sand river stone, and other indigenous building materials offset the green lawns and colorful bougainvillea. After a day in the fresh air, the excitement of game spotting, a refreshing dip in the swimming pool, and the ritual of sundowners by the roaring log fire in the lounge heralds an evening full of traditional Masai dancing, cultural or wildlife lectures and videos with yet another of those remarkable Keekorok dinners.

Sarova Mara Tented Lodge

Situated inside Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve, the camp is set on an elevation surrounded by two streams and hidden amidst wide gardens with manicured lawns and exotic flowers. Facilities include a dining area that has internal and external seating and two bars, one internal with a fireplace and the other near the poolside. There is a swimming pool and curio shop. There are three tents, which can be used to seat up to 300 conference delegates. The camp consists of 75 tents, of which three are permanent triple rooms. All rooms have 24-hour electricity and a private en suite bathroom with a shower and hot and cold running water.

Facilities include game drives, ballooning, walking, culture, conference facility, photography and birding.

Mara Serena Lodge

Mara Serena Lodge is perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful plains of the Mara. The lodge encompasses the unique heritage and diversity of the Masai community. It's strategic location offers unrivalled game viewing. It has 74 luxury rooms and suites all air conditioned with separate bathe and shower, telephone, private balcony, satellite television, mini-bars and in-room safety locks.

Facilities include a swimming pool, 2 restaurants serving local delights and international dishes, bars, Masai dances, laundry services, modern fitness centre featuring aerobics and gym, flood lit tennis courts and a large pool in-front of the lodge for game viewing.

Mara Intrepids Club

Mara Intrepids club is a beautiful lodge located inside the Masai Mara game reserve. Mara Intrepids has 30 luxury tents furnished with custom milled African mahogany furniture, oversize four poster bed, en-suite bathroom with showers, running hot and cold water, flush toilets and electricity. Camphor decked dining room where formal candlelight dinner is served. Full English breakfast and buffet luncheons are served from gleaming chafing dishes under the dappled shade of trees.

Facilities include a swimming pool, 3 game drives a day, wildlife library, gift boutique, nature walks with resident club naturalist followed by a bush breakfast or a sundowner cocktail.

Mara Governors Camp

Mara Governors Camp is set in the best game-viewing area of the Masai Mara game reserve, the entire camp is under canvas with all the comforts of a five-star hotel. The setting is magical. So much so that almost a century ago it was reserved exclusively for Kenya's colonial Governors and their Royal visitors. It nestles in the forest along the winding banks of the Mara River, it's waters teeming with hippos and crocodile. It has 38 tents lining the riverbank, with uninterrupted views over the Mara River; others have views across the sweeping plains. Created in 1972 Governors' Camp set new standards in luxury for a tented camp. All tents have en-suit bathrooms with hot and cold running water and flushing toilets.

Facilities include The Original Governors Camp, The Little Governors Camp - intimate and secluded, The Governors Moran Camp - top of the range, The Governors Private Camp - exclusive and luxurious, The Mfangano Island Camp - beautiful and quiet and The Loldia House - peace and calm. The camp emphasizes enjoying the wild splendors of Africa in the highest possible style.

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Little Governors' Camp

Little Governors' is intimate in character, with just 17 luxury en-suite tents tucked around a large watering hole that teems with both birds and wildlife. The camp is approached by a boat ride across the Mara River, then an escorted walk through the riverine forest. Vehicles are left on the far river bank, and the camp is therefore quiet and undisturbed.

The guest tents at Little Governors' have recently been renovated and now have great wooden decks with large verandahs for guests to enjoy the constant game activity that takes place around the watering hole at the camp.

All Governors' properties are unfenced, and at Little Governors' there is a resident family of warthogs that wander freely through the camp. Guests may need to make way for elephants which sometimes visit the camp at lunch time.

Mara Fig Tree Camp

Fig Tree Camp is built on a beautiful site on the banks of the Talek river in the Mara, Fig Tree has been designed tastefully and in perfect harmony with the natural environment. It has 65 luxury tents and cabins all en suite and with private balcony. Facilities include 2 bars, 2 restaurants, a "look out" tower, boutique, open air dining area and a tree house coffee deck, guest lecture room, swimming pool and curio shop, balloon safaris and game drives. The camp also organizes night game drives, game walks and bush breakfasts.

Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp

A luxury tented camp situated on Oloololo Escarpment overlooking the vast plains of the Masai Mara. The camp offers excellent game viewing across the plains of the Mara. This is permanent tented camp with twin beds and an en-suite bathroom with hot shower toilet and electrical hurricane lamp.

Facilities include a restaurant and a well stocked bar, game drives with an expert driver/guide on 4WD vehicles, swimming pool.

Mara Voyager Safari Lodge

Mara Voyager Safari Lodge is situated outside the Masai Mara game reserve. It is built on the edge of a picturesque "bow" of the Mara River, which boasts a vast variety if wildlife all year round. The Lodge offers 78 rooms all en-suite. The rooms are built in blocks of 6 and each has its own unique vantage point in spacious grounds. All the rooms have hot and cold water and electricity. At the end of the site in the main building is a large reception/lounge area and a spacious glass enclosed restaurant. Breakfast and lunch are provided (weather permitting) on the terrace overlooking the river. There are 2 bars; a hippo bar and the lounge bar.

Facilities and activities include; private dinners on the swimming pool deck, nature walks, Masai dance performance every other evening, 2 bars, Swimming pool, Gift shop, Safe deposit boxes for valuables, Bush banqueting and Ultra Light Machine flying safari from Lodge.

Olare Safari Camp

Olare (salt lick in the Maa language) safari Camp is located by the Intiakitikiak River, one of the Mara river tributaries, near a prime breeding pool for hippos, not to mention, the abundance of the Maasai Mara game-drive way. Olare Safari Camp is the perfect gateway for the true African Experience.

Personalized service is provided to visitors for the truly authentic African Safari Experience. Game drivers and meal times are flexible thus allowing guests to plan their day as they wish. After dinner nothing beats a slow nightcap by campfire, coupled with adventurous stories of our tour guides, with promise for more the following day.

Night game drives can be organized as an extra value added portal. This is a must-try for every visitor. Game drives are done in customized 4x4 vehicles. Walking safaris which end with a sun-downer cocktail by the fireside under the famed African skies can also be undertaken from this camp.

We also contribute by observing environmental and natural laws that seek to preserve the rich heritage of the Maasai Mara, one of the seven wonders of the world. We have therefore, launched campaigns to rehabilitate forest by encouraging locals to participate in our tree planting program.

Mara Bushtop Camp

Set amid the 60,000 hectares of the Mara Siana Wildlife Conservancy bordering the Masai Mara , this camp is perched on top of a hill with a scenic valley to one side, the camp lies within striking distance of the beautiful Mara River where the famous river crossing of wildebeest and zebras takes place during the migration.

The camp uses solar power for most of its energy needs, no expense has been spared on the fittings provided in the 12 luxury tents, each with own private wooden deck with a telescope ensures abundant opportunity to view the magnificent game roaming the reserves . There are outdoor sunken tubs to wallow in as you spend the afternoon away.

Each tent has large Comfort beds, delightfully fitted en-suite bathroom with indoor and outside shower, a dining table and writing desk for your personal use. 24 hour butler service is available, allowing guests to dine from a mouth- watering a la carte menu in the privacy of their own tent, and a laundry service is also provided on request.

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Siana Springs Intrepids Lodge

Situated at the base of the Ngama Hills, on the eastern edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Siana Springs Intrepids Lodge occupies a lush indigenous forest watered by the largest natural springs in the Mara ecosystem - Siana Springs, or 'the plentiful springs' in Masai Mara.

Siana Springs Intrepids Lodge's offers guests unique opportunities for thrilling walking safaris, night drives and fly-camping along the seasonal streams beneath the Ngama Hills.

this lodge offers 38 luxury tents spread amid woodlands and ponds with single or double beds featuring modern en suite bathrooms with hot showers. other facilities include; a freeform swimming pool and sunbathing terrace, conference room with business facilities, a safari boutique with souvenirs and safari essential

Mara Sopa Lodge

Set in the Oloolaimutia valley the lodge blends in perfectly with its surrounding hillside landscape. The accent here is on the Masai people and the fabulous wealth of wildlife, birdlife and natural flora to be found in the fabled Mara.

The Mara Sopa Lodge has 200 beds by way of 77 rooms, 12 suites and 1 Presidential suite, all of which are 'roundavel' style and have en-suite bathroom facilities which provide shaving sockets and hairdryers. It also has a freeform, fresh-water pool which offers spectacular views over the valley.

Every room and suite has a private, elevated verandah with splendid views across the valley and on which guests can relax, sunbathe and watch resident birds and wildlife. Mini-bars are also available in each room. There is a guest shop that stocks a wide selection of curios, gift items, clothing, film and toiletries.

The Mara Safari Club

This tented camp situated in the northwest of the Mara at the base of the Aitong hills on the ox-bow of the Mara River, bordering the world renowned Masai Mara Game Reserve. The Camp takes advantage of a natural sweep in the river enabling it to be surrounded on three sides by water and all the tents are elevated on platforms ensuring a unique view! All the tents have their own private river frontage. There is also a platform between these tents and the standard tents, allowing for superb game-viewing and private dining

There is a total of 50 tents, of which 42 are twin-bedded and 8 double-bedded. 10 of these double bedded-tents are Premium tents and have sunken baths in the bathrooms.

All tents have 220v electrical sockets, "lamps" (electrical), dressing table and hand-woven rugs and poster-bed drapes. There is a bar and restaurant where a cosmopolitan combination of food is served, including traditional Kenyan dishes. Buffet lunches and barbecues are sometimes held by the poolside.

Elephant Pepper Camp

Situated right on the Northern Edge of the Maasai Mara reserve, Elephant Pepper Camp is a step back in time, an original bush camp, a return to the traditional bush safari camp: starlit nights, campfire tales and hurricane lamps. but with modern comforts: evenings by the campfire and dinner under the stars are a special feature of this tented camp. This 8-tented bush camp is a seasonal camp, which is taken down for a month or so in the rainy seasons. The homely atmosphere of this camp is part of its charm. Clients can relax with nature, no generators, no vehicles passing, no permanent structures jarring the skyline, just the sights and sounds of the bush which completely surround you.Each ten has en-suite bathrooms. The appetising food is prepared by chefs trained by the owners' family using traditional North Italian recipes mixed with international and local favourites. A barbecue by the campfire, dinner in the mess tent, or a bush breakfast on the open plains are some of the lasting memories to take home.

Mara Porini Camp - Ol Kinyei Conservancy

Mara Porini Camp is in the exclusive wildlife conservancy of Ol Kinyei, one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the Serengeti-Mara eco-system; a pristine wilderness with open savannah plains, riverine forest, springs, streams and rivers, rolling hills and spectacular views across the Mara. Ol Kinyei belongs to a Masai community who have recently set aside the conservancy as a sanctuary for wildlife. the camp has 6 guest tents sited in the shade of Yellow-barked Acacia trees along the banks of the Laetoli, a permanently flowing watercourse within Ol Kinyei . The tents are spacious and each has an en-suite bathroom with flush toilet and safari shower. The camp accommodates a maximum of 12 guests, giving the experience of real camping in the bush in an exclusive private wilderness but with all the comforts required by discerning travellers. Food is excellent with home baked bread, fresh salads and high quality meals prepared by the camp Chef.

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Porini Lion Camp, Ole Arok Conservancy

Porini Lion Camp is located in the exclusive 20,000 acre Olare Orok Conservancy, which borders the Masai Mara Game Reserve, home to an abundance of animals including the Big Cats for which the Mara is famous. The Camp is situated along the banks of the Ntiakatiak River, a seasonal river with some permanent hippo pools near the camp. With 6 luxury guest tents the camp is very exclusive and giving you a real safari in the bush experience. The tents are very spacious and have private verandahs along the length of the tent. Each tent has en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets and hot showers. Food is excellent with fresh baked bread and high quality meals prepared by the camp Chef.

Leleshwa Camp - Masai Mara

Leleshwa Camp is a small, intimate camp, accommodating up to 14 guests in 7 en-suite safari tents.

Leleshwa Camp is an eco-friendly camp committed to community conservation and development. The camp is situated just outside of the Masai Mara Game Reserve which gives guests the opportunity to enjoy a range of other safari activities in addition to those permitted in the reserve itself.

Leleshwa Camp consists of 7 well-appointed tents of 20 x 14 feet with en-suite bathrooms and a large verandah. Each tent has either 2 single or 1 king sized bed with duvet bedding and an extra canvas cot bed can be provided for children. The tents are insect-proof and pleasantly furnished with thoughtful touches for your comfort.

Bathrooms are fitted with flushing toilets and a traditional safari shower. Although water is not piped to the tents, hot water is available at all times. Solar power provides lighting inside the tents. At night, hurricane lamps bathe the camp in a soft, warm light and Masai warriors are on patrol to escort you.

Every night a roaring campfire is lit and you can relax under the expansive African night sky and let the sounds of the bush wash over you. Facilities: 7 en-suite safari tents, dining and comfortable lounge tend

Mara Simba lodge

Mara Simba lodge is the ultimate lodge in the Masai Mara national reserve of Kenya. The emphasis is on exclusivity and comfort, the ambiance is Masai, and the decor incorporates ethnic design elements from the local tribes. The Mara Simba Lodge grounds extend almost a kilometer along the Talek River with the beautiful riverbank left in its virgin state. Further back, lush landscaped gardens of indigenous plants and trees attract colorful birds and butterflies. The lodge overlooks a dramatic bend in the river and is designed to complement its natural setting.

Mara Simba lodge has 84 guest rooms, arranged in clusters of 6, fitted in natural wood tones and stone banda. Guest rooms have en-suite showers, tiled bathrooms with natural granite. Each room can easily accommodate an extra bed, opens onto its own private veranda with uninterrupted views across the river. In addition to the lodge, Mara Simba has a few luxury tents if you choose to be accommodated in one.

The Mara River Camp

The Mara River Camp, one of Kenya's smallest and most charming tented lodges nestles at the foot of the Oloololo Escarpment and on the north west boundary of Kenya's famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, on a beautiful forested bend of the majestic Mara River.

Mara river camp offers 16 permanent en-suite tented camps with accommodations in Savannah Style.

All Mara river camps tents are specially enlarged to take families. (max 4 beds). The lodge has a 240 Volt electricity, En-Suite flush toilet, hot & cold running water. Activities include game drives in 4x4 Land cruisers, Hot air balloon over the Mara, Fishing trips to Lake Victoria

Mpata Safari Club

Mpata Safari Club is perched on a hilltop with breathtaking views of the Masai Mara Reserve. Its advantageous location and well designed programs offer guests a chance to experience the environmental beauty of this world renowned reserve. Images of Africa will linger in your memory long after you return from Safari. Guests stay in individual cottages well spaced along the top of the escarpment offering paranomic views of the plains below.

Mpata safari clubs has 11 suites and 12 deluxe units, each with separate bedroom, bathroom and verandah. With emphasis on comfort and a unique combination of interior design, the suites have a lounge, kitchenette and best of all, an outdoor jacuzzi.

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Cottars 1920s Safari Camp

Cottars 1920s safari camp is located down on the very eastern edge of the Mara and the border of Tanzania. The camp harks back to the days of gramophones, hand cranked cars and old world charm.

Cottars 1920s safari camp has 8 tents each with en-suite shower rooms, dressing areas, the main bedroom and a veranda. The decoration inside has been done in a way to incorporate original safari antiques from the 20s and game drives, done by night and by day, in replica vehicles.

Kicheche Mara Camp

Kicheche Mara Camp is a classic tented camp hidden in a grove of wild olive and croton trees in a prime wildlife area of the northern Mara plains. The camp is f limited to twenty two guests.

Kicheche Mara Camp is located on the Aitong Plains in the northern Koiyaki Lemek region of the famous Greater Mara. The camp is located in a prime wildlife area and game viewing starts right from the camp itself.

The camp offers a friendly and relaxing stay, each tent is comfortably furnished with an en-suite bathroom and flushing toilet, low wattage lighting is supplied 24 hours. The majority of the tents are in secluded positions overlooking the plains and nearby hills, while others are closer together for families or friends.

Karen Blixen Camp

Karen Blixen Camp in the Masai Mara National Reserve offers an authentic 'yesteryear' experience for safari visitors wishing to gain that little extra from their safari experience. You will find that the Karen Blixen Camp experience is a step back in time with the luxury of today. Long gone are the days when staying in a tented camp meant roughing it.

Set on the bank of the Mara River the Karen Blixen camp's location is spectacular, with the great Mara plains behind the camp and the impressive escarpment and the river in front. Throughout the day zebras, elephants and hippos come to drink from the river.

The camp comprises 22 spacious tents set on large mahogany platforms – each with a private veranda from which you can enjoy an afternoon siesta drinking in the wonderful surroundings. The tents are furnished with comfortable furniture for the ultimate camping luxury. 19 tents are placed along the riverbank, whilst 3 units are situated on raised platforms offering incredible views of the area. Each of the tents has private bathrooms. Gas geysers heats up water whenever a guest wishes to enjoy a hot shower. We do not use firewood and thus refrain from contributing to deforestation of the area. 6 solar panels provide us with all the necessary electricity with a battery bank making sure there is power and light in the tents all day and night. Camp facilities also include a restaurant, bar, lounge, swimming pool, gift shop with internet access as well as wellness treatments offered by our resident masseuse.

Sentrim Mara Safari Camp

Nested in a valley between two hills in the Masai Mara, Sentrim Mara is a deluxe intimate design Camp located right on the North Eastern edge of this famous game reserve. This is a home away from home for those who enjoy a personalized experience. This luxury safari camp offers a new concept in the African safari, the thrill of an adventure lived with our tradition, coupled with high standard of service and cuisine. This Safari Holidays Camp is simply the best choice among the best in the wild.

Ngama Hills where the Camp is situated, and after which this Africa safari Camp is named - Ngama hills tented camp, is a prominent land mark in the reserve. This is one of the main features that break the monotony of the flat savannah plains which is a main characteristic of the Mara. These hills are also the source of a few streams that runs down across the plains below and quenches the thirst of the reserves numerous herds of animals.

Mara Hippo Lodge

The Mara Hippo Lodge is located near the Ololaimatek south-side of the Mara Triangle. Its one of the most beautiful lodges to be found within and around

the world famous Mara Game Reserve.

Accommodation is within suspended cabins equipped with beds, bathrooms and toilets. The lodge offers a choice of excellent dishes serving a wide range of international cuisine and a mixture of African delicacies and has a well

stocked bar where you can relax and quench your thirst after your

long drive to the Mara or after a breathtaking game drive. In order to harmonise this beautiful game laden landscape, the lodge has put in great effort to protect its greatest asset, the environment. So all architectural structures at the Mara Hippo Safari Lodge have been designed to compliment the magnificent surrounding.

The Ashnil Mara Camp

The Ashnil Mara Camp is located at the confluence of the Mara and Olkeju Rivers in the Masai Mara National Reserve. This camp offers 30 luxury tents which sit alongside the riverbank and offer luxurious accommodation. This is a good position for wildlife spotting, and is close to the action during the annual wildebeest migration.

TheAshnil Mara Camp's restaurant serves buffet meals, while the open-air bar serves a wide selection of beers, cocktails and liqueurs. Nearby is a modern lounge, a great place to pass time and relax. In the evenings, enjoy the breathtaking sunset and discuss the day's wildlife sightings. There is a beautiful, inviting swimming pool and a souvenir shop.


Category: Safari Camps and Lodges   Published: Wednesday, 13 October 2010 15:19  Hits: 14839 Tags: Print

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