Sala’s Camp is a small, authentic tented property that opened in 2004 at the confluence of two rivers. It is located in the far south of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, near the Tanzanian border, and so is one of the first camps in the Mara to greet the arriving herds of the great wildebeest migration. This area also tends to be a little quieter than other parts of the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Our view of Salas Camp
This is an unpretentious and welcoming camp with a great location. Though it is likely to be busy during the peak seasons, we would still expect it to be quieter than elsewhere. Sala’s isn’t the smartest camp we visited in the Maasai Mara, so those who are seeking a very high degree of comfort and style may wish to look elsewhere, but it is comparable with the better tented camps in the Mara and the team here is excellent.
Sala's Camp combines a forested location and old-style tents with light and stylish interiors.