Salas Camp: Information from the owner
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For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.
|No. of rooms||7|
Main description of Salas Camp
Sala's Camp: Facilities
|Property facilities||Meal on Request|
|Room facilities||En-Suite, Shower, Pure Cotton Linen, Safe|
|Available services||Laundry Service|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Big 5, Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Safaris, Gourmet Picnic|
Room types at Sala's Camp
Honeymoon suite / Family tent
The seventh tent is a large double suite, which is either made up as a honeymoon suite or a two bedroom family tent. It is slightly set away from the rest of the camp so means that guests here can be a bit self-contained and can even enjoy meals on their own little lawn outside their tent.
Sala’s Camp offers six en-suite tents, designed to offer the height of luxury on safari under canvas. The six tents were originally a mobile safari camp, so they are light and practical, yet spacious and very comfortable. Each of the tents has a huge driftwood bed with ultra comfy mattress and linens. Whilst comfort is the first concern, Sala’s Camp retains the traditional simplicity of the pioneering days. Children under the age of 3 are considered infants, and stay free of charge.
Activities at Sala's Camp
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.
At Sala's Camp, guests can enjoy a picnic breakfast Your guide shall make you a wonderful English Breakfast using the stove on the back of the vehicle.
Dinner under the Stars
Guest can enjoy dinner under the stars in the Sand river bed.
With its wide grassland and outstanding wilderness, the Maasai Mara is home to a vast number of wildlife and hosts one of the most spectacular wildlife experiences - the great wildebeest migration. We can arrange morning, evening or even full day game drives, setting out at dawn to watch the natural world as it wakes up.
Star gazing is superb in this area of clear skies and no light pollution.
Enjoy a traditional Kenyan cocktail known as a Dawa and watch the sun set in the Masai Mara.
Volleyball in the Sand River Bed
In the cool of the afternoon guests can join the staff for a game of volleyball in the Sand river bed.
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.