Lodges & safari camps in Maasai Mara Conservancies
Appealing both to safari purists and those seeking a little luxury, Naboisho Camp is the most upmarket of the handful of new, ...More about Naboisho Camp
We think this is a wonderful camp. We stayed 7 nights and did walking safaris every day and sometimes 2 in a day. Roelof and Helen Schutte have really stamped their characters ... reviews...
Located in the quiet Mara North Conservancy, Offbeat Mara sits near the Olare Orok River and is nestled into the bush so discreetly ...More about Offbeat Mara
Offbeat Mara was quite a contrast to Offbeat Meru, including in the weather. We had one of the old tents which was fine but a little small. Food and guiding were good and ... reviews...
Encounter Mara is a luxury tented camp, opened in 2011, tucked in a shady forest of orange-leaf croton and Euclea trees on the ...More about Encounter Mara
lovely large well appointed tents with good view but not as well served as Meru so no morning tea or fresh hot water for washing. Very good guide, knowledgeable, interesting ... reviews...
Kicheche Bush Camp
Located in the quiet Olare Motorogi Conservancy and with only six tents dotted through the bush, Kicheche Bush Camp is an intimate ...More about Kicheche Bush Camp
Kicheche Bush Camp really felt like home from home. Darren and Emma were fantastic hosts and made us feel like nothing was too much trouble. The tents were luxurious and ... reviews...
Kicheche Mara is a relatively small, well-designed and very well run bushcamp in Acacia Valley, stretched out above the Olare ...More about Kicheche Mara
Hugely surprised at the number of animals we spotted just in the short journey from the airstrip to the camp! Camp was well located in the valley and tents were spacious, ... reviews...
Leleshwa, one of the smallest camps in the Greater Mara eco-system, is located on the wooded banks of the little Ropile River, ...More about Leleshwa
When EA first suggested a camp near the Masai Mara to us, it is fair to say that we were very cautious as we have largely avoided the more popular corners of Africa while ... reviews...
Mara Plains Camp
Nestled in the trees on the edge of the Ntiakatek stream in the 120km² (30,000 acre) private Olare-Motorogi Conservancy (previously ...More about Mara Plains
Great location, tents have just been refurbished and are beautifully done. Excellent guide and game safaris. I would really recommend it! reviews...
Basecamp Dorobo Fly Camp
A simple encampment of dome tents, Basecamp Dorobo Fly Camp is set in a peaceful valley in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. With no electricity and shared rustic bush bathrooms (a fly camp is a temporary safari camp), it has no permanent staff and is usually used for one or two nights as an excursion ...More about Basecamp Dorobo
Basecamp Eagle View
Sister camp to Basecamp Maasai Mara near the reserve’s Talek Gate, Basecamp Eagle View is located in a stunning spot, with arguably the best views in the quiet 211km² Mara Naboisho Conservancy, a Maasai-owned conservancy north of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. It is small and relatively simple, ...More about Basecamp Eagle View
Cottars 1920s Camp
Located on its own private conservancy of 6,000 acres, Cottar’s 1920s Camp is owned and run by Calvin and Louise Cottar who established this luxurious camp in the nineties. Designed in an authentic 1920s style, the camp follows the iconic ‘Out of Africa’ style – expect campaign furniture, pith ...More about Cottars 1920s Camp
Elephant Pepper Camp
Elephant Pepper is a small, tented camp located in the protected Mara North Conservancy. Originally built in 1984, it was named after the grove of elephant pepper trees it’s nestled in. From here you can explore the game of the Mara North Conservancy, or venture into the National Reserve itself ...More about Elephant Pepper Camp
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 ...More about Entumoto
Karen Blixen Camp
Named after the Danish author of Out of Africa, this beautifully sited, Danish-owned, tented camp is located on the east bank of a broad loop of the meandering Mara River. The camp is a member of the Mara North Conservancy, where the guides usually conducts their game drives, and it’s also within ...More about Karen Blixen Camp
The newest of three Kicheche camps in the Mara region, the upmarket and unfenced Kicheche Valley Camp opened in 2011 in a secluded, wooded valley in the eastern part of the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. The tents are set on platforms above the Moliband stream and the central dining and lounge area ...More about Kicheche Valley
Hugging the brow of a hill in its own private game sanctuary, Mara Bushtops is an exclusive, hotel-style, tented lodge a few kilometres outside the Maasai Mara National Reserve’s busiest gate. Based around the former home of Mara hunting and safari legend Glen Cottar, it features personal butlers ...More about Mara Bushtops
On the west bank of the Mara River, tucked between the river and the escarpment on its own 16km² private conservancy, Ngare Serian is the sister camp of Serian, and faces the main camp, which is sited 100m upstream on the east bank within the Mara North Conservancy. The camp is owned by a veteran ...More about Ngare Serian
Ol Seki Hemingways Mara
A designer tented lodge in a stunning location, Ol Seki perches at the end of a ridge in the Naboisho Conservancy, northeast of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. Built in 2005, it was bought in 2011 by the Hemingways hotel group On an arrow-shaped bluff pointing south, with a 270-degree panorama, ...More about Ol Seki Hemingways
Porini Lion Camp
In a riverbank location in the Olare Orok Conservancy, Porini Lion Camp is a traditionally styled tented camp in one of the Mara region’s most successful community-owned wildlife conservancies. Just north of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the Olare Orok Conservancy is a community-integrated ...More about Porini Lion Camp
Porini Mara Camp
The first tented camp in the Mara region to be run with support from the local community, Porini Mara Camp is a genuine eco-camp nestled around the banks of the Ole Sabukiye River in the Ol Kinyei Conservancy (founded by Porini Mara’s owner), in the northern part of the Mara eco-system. Porini ...More about Porini Mara Camp
On a wooded, south-facing hillside in the far north of the Mara North Conservancy, Saruni Mara is a stylish and unfenced bush lodge of six individual cottage-villas. The six cottages are spacious and very comfortably furnished. Their terraces give sweeping views and thatched with steeply pitched ...More about Saruni Mara