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Masai Mara Camps, the best ones compiled for you.

Kicheche Mara Camp

Kicheche Mara Camp has moved from its former site in Lemek and is now located in Acacia Valley in Mara North Conservancy. The camp is located in a prime wildlife area, in this top quality Conservancy, and game viewing starts frequently in the camp itself. Access is from Mara North airstrip, 20 minutes game drive away. The camp is a classic, intimate, luxury bush camp completely unfenced, with eight canvas guest tents.


Kilima Camp

Kilima Camp, one of the best safari holidays camp in the Masai Mara (Maasai Mara). Kilima Camp has a fantastic location overviewing the Masai Mara. The intimate eco-lodge is an ideal base to enjoy the real african wildlife experience in comfort and style.


Mara Fig Tree Camp

Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River in the world famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. The Camp is situated on the northern border of the national reserve and its central location makes all areas of the park accessible during game drives. The rooms spaciously line up along the Talek River, overlooking the plains of the reserve. The camp consist of 70 tents, 38 safari tents overlooking the Talek River, each with a double and single bed, 22 garden chalets with double and single beds, 10 superior Ngamboli tents on the banks of the Talek River.


Mara Intrepids

Mara Intrepids is a short drive from the Mara River, where more than a million wildebeest and zebra make their perilous migration crossing every July and August. For the remainder of the year, the camp offers some of the world’s finest game viewing, with large local populations of plains game, elephants, rhinos, buffalos, and all the Big Cats. In 2004, some 75% of the footage for the BBC’s famous Big Cat Diary was shot in the vicinity of the camp. Mara Intrepids has all-weather airstrip.


Mara Leisure Camp

Mara Leisure Camp is located within one of the most spectacular locations in the entire Masai Mara Game Reserve. One of the most exciting spectacles in the world is that of the ‘Great Migration’, where two million wildebeest, zebras and other herbivores pass through the Masai Mara/Serengeti ecosystem in Kenya and Tanzania. This is a perilous migration for the animals, where they encounter many river crossings, and have to run the gauntlet of crocodiles in waiting.

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