Salas Camp

Salas Camp: Information from the owner

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Type Tented Camp
No. of rooms 7
Last updated 18-Jan-2017

Main description of Salas Camp

Sala's Camp: Facilities

Property facilities Laundry Service (Complimentary)
Room facilities En-Suite, Shower, Pure Cotton Linen, Safe, Laundry Service (Complimentary), Bath
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Big 5, Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Safaris, Gourmet Picnic, Hot-air Ballooning, Fishing

Room types at Sala's Camp

Forest Family Tent without a pool (Tent 3)

Forest Family Tent without a pool (Tent 3)

The Forest Family Tent can accommodate a family of two adults and 2 children and has space to accommodate a third bed. The tent has ensuite bathrooms with bath, flushing loo and plumbed in shower.

Forest Honeymoon Tent with a pool (Tent 7)

Forest Honeymoon Tent with a pool (Tent 7)

The Forest Honeymoon Tent is located on the forest side of Sala's Camp. It has a private plunge pool and is an airy, sophisticated room. It embraces the charm of the traditional Hemingway-style safari while incorporating contemporary touches like glass doors. The tent is located in a private and serene area at the end of the camp perfect for honeymooners.

Forest Luxury Tent with a pool (Tent 6)

Forest Luxury Tent with a pool (Tent 6)

The Forest Luxury Tent is located on the forest side of Sala's Camp. It has a private plunge pool and is an airy, sophisticated room. It embraces the charm of the traditional Hemingway-style safari while incorporating contemporary touches like glass doors.

Forest Luxury Tent without a pool (Tent 4)

Forest Luxury Tent without a pool (Tent 4)

The Forest Luxury Tent 4 is located on the forest side of Sala's Camp. The tent embraces the charm of the traditional Hemingway-style safari while incorporating contemporary touches like glass doors.The tent has an ensuite bathroom with bath, flushing loo and plumbed in shower.

Forest Luxury Tent without a pool (Tent 5)

Forest Luxury Tent without a pool (Tent 5)

The Forest Luxury Tent 5 is located on the forest side of Sala's Camp. The tent embraces the charm of the traditional Hemingway-style safari while incorporating contemporary touches like glass doors.The tent has an ensuite bathroom with bath, flushing loo and plumbed in shower.

Keekorok Family Tent with a pool (Tent 2a and 2b)

Keekorok Family Tent with a pool (Tent 2a and 2b)

Sala’s new Family Tent is book-ended by two rooms that are joined by a communal lounge leading out onto a large veranda with sun beds, private dining areas and the plunge pool. The interior of the rooms are soft in colour, embracing the natural hues of the surrounding yellow grasslands and river sand. The bathrooms are elegantly accented with rich copper and brass fittings reflecting Africa’s warmth and include large copper bathtubs and spacious showers. Floors are made from bamboo and covered with natural reed carpets while striking black and white images hang on the canvas, enriching the space.

Keekorok Honeymoon Tent with a pool (Tent 1)

Keekorok Honeymoon Tent with a pool (Tent 1)

The honeymoon tent has a private plunge pool, veranda and spectacular views. The interior of the rooms are soft in color, embracing the natural hues of the surrounding yellow grasslands and river sand. The bathrooms are elegantly accented with rich copper and brass fittings reflecting Africa’s warmth and include large copper bathtubs and spacious showers. Floors are made from bamboo and covered with natural reed carpets while striking black and white images hang on the canvas, enriching the space.

Activities at Sala's Camp

 Bush lunch and bush dinner

Bush lunch and bush dinner

Sala's camp can offer bush lunches to all guests at a perfect spot overlooking the Tanzanian border, under the shade of a sausage tree beside the Sand River. When the Sand River is dry dinner can be set up in the riverbed surrounded by candles where guests can enjoy a delicious Barbeque.

 Game drives

Game drives

Our game drive vehicles ensure maximum game viewing and comfort. They are kitted out with Maasai blankets and ponchos to keep you warm, suncream, fridges with cold drinks, hot drinks, books, sweets (everything to keep you happy during a game drive).

 Get arty on safari

Get arty on safari

Each tent has a watercolour set and artist pad for you to use during your stay. Get creative in the camp’s idyllic, artistic surroundings and paint the unique scenery, wildlife, flora and fauna.

Ballooning

Ballooning

Ballooning is a popular activity in the Mara particularly during the migration. Experience the magical Masai Mara from the comfort of a hot air balloon. Flights usually last one hour and include breakfast and a game drive. The whole experience will take three hours. The launch site is two kilometres from the Talek Gate, which is inside the reserve. The cost of this will be US$ 450 per person.

Bird Watching

Bird Watching

Sala’s location on the confluence of the Sand and Keekorok rivers mean that it is a true haven for birdlife. Discover the Mara’s vast array of birds from the privacy of your tent or as you lounge in one of the hammocks around camp.

Bush breakfasts

Bush breakfasts

After a morning game drive, enjoy a sumptuous bush breakfast without going back to camp. The game drive vehicles are fitted with stoves that allow guests to enjoy a freshly cooked bush breakfast, which includes fried eggs, omelettes and pancakes cooked to order.

Bush volley ball

Bush volley ball

Enjoy a game of bush volley ball in the crocodile and hippo free section of the Sand River in front of Sala’s Camp when the water levels are low.

Gym in a bag

Each tent is provided which you are welcome to use during your stay. Each bag contains a yoga mat, skipping rope and post safari stretch card to take you through some simple exercises to ease and relax.

Sundowners

Sundowners

An essential part of any safari experience. Watch the sun set over the vast animal filled plains of the Masai Mara.

Restaurants at Salas Camp

Dining at Sala's Camp

The finest Kenyan produce is cooked to perfection at Sala’s Camp. Delicious homemade bitings are produced before meal times, whilst meals themselves are intimate and thoughtful, with beautiful table decorations to set the scene, and food that is tasty, wholesome and perfectly fitting to the rustic bush setting. During the migration season, guests will often go out on a game drive for the entire day, taking a Sala’s Camp special picnic with them. Evening meals can also be enjoyed under the stars by the river.

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