Opened in August 2010, Entumoto is a Swedish-Maasai owned, permanent tented camp in the Siana Group Ranch (Siana Conservancy), on the north-east border of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The camp is located on the Megwarra escarpment, in a tranquil dell swathed in bush, at a point where three valleys meet, looking west towards the main Mara reserve.
Our view of Entumoto
Entumoto means ‘meeting place’ and it’s quite an appropriate name for a very civilised, permanent camp, with high standards of comfort and service and particularly good food. Although the camp isn’t fenced, with its paved paths, tent platforms and swimming pool, it feels like an area that has been thoroughly tamed. We think Entumoto has high appeal for comfort-seeking, first-time safari-goers, and particularly for honeymooners and older families.
Entumoto is located on a wooded hillside and is unusual among tented camps in having a pool.