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Tipilikwani Mara Camp
Tipilikwani Mara Camp
Tipilikwani Mara Camp
Tipilikwani Mara Camp
Tipilikwani Mara Camp

Tipilikwani Mara Camp


1°27’39.5"S 35°14’38.4"E

Tipilikwani Camp: gallery


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Tipilikwani Camp: picture gallery


Tipilikwani Mara Camp is located on the Talek River on the north-east edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve
Its simple reception is where you meet each day for game drives, and where the shop is.
There is also a reception desk here if you need assistance from the staff.
Flagstone pathways lead from the reception and main areas to the tents.
Each tent has its own veranda with comfortable lounge chairs...
... whilst inside, are either twin beds...
... or a double bed.
But all the tents have a day sofa or chairs, and a writing desk...
...woven rugs on the floors and cream curtains...
...and a private ensuite bathroom.
It is a simple bathroom, but little touches like bathrobes make it a pleasant one.
Some toiletries and drinking water are provided.
The family tents, are two large tents that share one platform and interconnect.
The main lounge area has numerous places to sit and relax...
... and is furnished in a rustic African style.
Objects made locally, and further afield from places like the Congo add lots of character.
Activities from Tipilikwani focus on game drives inside the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
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Tipilikwani Mara Camp is located on the Talek River on the north-east edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve
Tipilikwani Mara Camp is located on the Talek River on the north-east edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve
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Its simple reception is where you meet each day for game drives, and where the shop is.
Its simple reception is where you meet each day for game drives, and where the shop is.
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There is also a reception desk here if you need assistance from the staff.
There is also a reception desk here if you need assistance from the staff.
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Flagstone pathways lead from the reception and main areas to the tents.
Flagstone pathways lead from the reception and main areas to the tents.
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Each tent has its own veranda with comfortable lounge chairs...
Each tent has its own veranda with comfortable lounge chairs...
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... whilst inside, are either twin beds...
... whilst inside, are either twin beds...
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... or a double bed.
... or a double bed.
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But all the tents have a day sofa or chairs, and a writing desk...
But all the tents have a day sofa or chairs, and a writing desk...
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...woven rugs on the floors and cream curtains...
...woven rugs on the floors and cream curtains...
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...and a private ensuite bathroom.
...and a private ensuite bathroom.
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It is a simple bathroom, but little touches like bathrobes make it a pleasant one.
It is a simple bathroom, but little touches like bathrobes make it a pleasant one.
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Some toiletries and drinking water are provided.
Some toiletries and drinking water are provided.
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The family tents, are two large tents that share one platform and interconnect.
The family tents, are two large tents that share one platform and interconnect.
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The main lounge area has numerous places to sit and relax...
The main lounge area has numerous places to sit and relax...
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... and is furnished in a rustic African style.
... and is furnished in a rustic African style.
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Objects made locally, and further afield from places like the Congo add lots of character.
Objects made locally, and further afield from places like the Congo add lots of character.
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Activities from Tipilikwani focus on game drives inside the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Activities from Tipilikwani focus on game drives inside the Maasai Mara National Reserve.

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