Keekorok Lodge

Keekorok Lodge

Keekorok Lodge

Keekorok Lodge is located in the very heart of Kenya’s fabled Masai Mara National Reserve, Keekorok, meaning motley abundance in the local Masai language, was constructed in 1962 on a choice eighty acre site in an area of permanent springs and lush grassland

Keekorok Lodge is the first game lodge ever to be built in the Mara and is erected in the direct path of the spectacular annual wildebeest migration. At the height of migration, Keekorok lodge is surrounded by a swarming mass of wild game, and there is hardly any need to go on a game drive as it is not uncommon to see all sorts of wildlife on the perimeter of the grounds.

Keekorok Lodge offers accommodation in stone built bungalows with private balconies. All rooms at the Keekorok Lodge have ensuite bathrooms. There are 89 double rooms, 8 superior rooms and 4 suites.

Each room iat the Keekorok Lodge come with Twin, Queen-Size & King-Size Beds,  Private En-suite Bathrooms, Private Balconies, offering unobstructed game viewing,  Room Service and Mosquito Repellents.

All the rooms at the Keekorok Lodge are  airy & spacious, en-suite, and furnished with Twin, Queen-Size & King-Size Beds, Private En-suite Bathrooms, Private Balconies, offering unobstructed game viewing

Facilities at the Keekorok Lodge Masai Mara include; Laundry Services, housekeeping, central safety deposit boxes, cinema & TV lounge, conference facilities (40 delegates capacity, Internet service, local entertainment

Activities to engage in while staying at the Keekorok Lodge include Hot Air Ballooning, Game Viewing, Bird Watching, Culture Safaris, Lake Victoria Fishing Expeditions, Board Games

Mara Sopa Lodge

Mara Sopa Lodge

Mara Sopa Lodge

Located on the slopes of Oloongams Hills, Mara Sopa Lodge  is one of the first lodges to be built in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Guests are drawn to this lodge built in an ethnic design, surrounded by a rich landscape, covered in fauna, from huge desert cacti to sweet smelling jasmine flowers, all within the fabled Masai Mara game reserve.

Mara Sopa is located  on the eastern boundary of the Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya, 2km from the Oloolaimutia Gate. The accent here is on the indigenous Masai people and the fabulous wealth of wildlife, birdlife and natural flora. Luxuriously appointed bedrooms, a refreshing swimming pool, a boutique and gift shop, wildlife films  ensure that your stay will be blissfully comfortable.

The Mara Sopa lodge has 77 rooms, 12 suites and 1 Presidential suite, all of which are ’roundavel’ style and have en-suite bathroom facilities. Every room and suite has a private, elevated veranda with splendid views across the valley. Here guests can relax, sunbathe and watch resident birds and wildlife. Mini-bars are also available in each room.

Other facilities include a well-stocked shop selling curios, clothing, jewellery, general accessories and personal requisites and toiletries. The lodge has spacious conference facilities for up to 120 guests and is an excellent venue for special occasions. It can cater for birthday and anniversary parties, bush breakfasts, lunches or bar-b-ques, sundowner cocktail parties, gala dinners or theme evenings.

 

Sentrim Mara Camp

Sentrim Mara Camp

Sentrim Mara Camp

Sentrim Mara is located in Masai Mara Game reserve, 3 km after Sekenani gate. The entire 10 tents are spread out in serene surroundings amongst acacia trees that surround the camp. The main guest area consists of the reception, lounge area, restaurant and bar.

Sentrim Mara Camp’s 4 spacious tents tents have private en suite bathrooms with hot showers, flushing toilets and power for lighting as well as sockets for charging camera batteries. Each tent has a private, elevated balcony providing opportunities for game viewing and a place to relax and watch the sunset.

Sentrim Mara Camp has a dinning area that is spacious and well lit, meals are served here by the service team. With its own electricity supply ,the camp is well lit in the evenings , in all tents and public areas. You can recharge your camera batteries at the power outlet, ready for the next day’s big game photo shoot.

Recreation at the Sentrim Mara Sentrim Mara

• Guided Nature Walks
• Game drives
• Baloon Safaris can be organized on request
• Sundowners
• Bush breakfast, lunch & dinner on request
• Visits to nearby places of interest

Ashnil Mara Camp

Ashnil Mara Camp

Ashnil Mara Camp

The Ashnil Mara Camp is perfectly positioned at the confluence of the Olkeju and Mara Rivers in the Masai Mara National Reserve. This new camp offers luxury tents which sit alongside the riverbank, boasting an unrivalled position for wildlife spotting, and is close to the action during the annual wildebeest migration.

Ashnil Mara Camp offers thirty luxury tents.Each with a thatched roof, private veranda and ensuite bathroom (with hot and cold running water and flushed WC). At night, the winding paths between the widely-spaced tents are lit by hurricane lanterns imparting a uniquely magical feel to this unique tented camp.

The camp offers a central dining area and bar. The Ashnil Mara Camp menu will typically include a wide selection of typically East African Safari or Kenya favourites as well as numerous international choices (vegetarian options always available).

Facilities at Ashnil Mara Camp include open-air bar that serves a selection of cocktails, liquors, beers and soft drinks and the buffet restaurant offers a range of international dishes and local specialities. You will find a modern yet traditional Kenyan lounge area which is the prefect place to relax after game drives to discuss the days sightings. There is also inviting swimming pool and a traditional Africa ‘Curio’ shop within the grounds.

 

Mara Fig Tree Camp

Mara Fig Tree Camp

Mara Fig Tree Camp

Mara Fig Tree Safari Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River, a tributary of the Mara river in the world famous Masai Mara National Reserve. The camp is situated on the northern border of the national reserve and its central location makes all areas of the reserve accessible during game drives.

At the Fig Tree Safari Camp accommodation is offered in 38 luxury safari tents overlooking the Talek River, each with a double and a single bed. There are also 10 superior ‘Ngamboli Super Luxury Tents’, also on the banks of the river; or 22 ‘Garden Chalets’ also with double and single beds. All rooms/tents are ensuite with private balcony and generator electricity.

Facilities at the Fig Tree camp include two bars, a main dinning room, an open-air dinning area and a tree house coffee deck. Also available is a video room, guest lecture facilities, swimming pool and curio shop. The camp has a resident nurse and medical clinic.

Guest Lectures Our local naturalist is available to give guest free lectures and slide presentations on the Masai Mara ecosystem. Local Maasai dancers also entertain clients in the evening. Night safari drives available at additional costs.

Mara Serena Safari Lodge

Mara Serena Safari Lodge

Mara Serena Safari Lodge

An interpretation of a traditional Masai Manyatta village of domed huts, Masai Mara Serena Lodge is set on the saddle of a hill where it overlooks the 1800 sq km of rolling plain, woodlands, and rivers that make up the Masai Mara Triangle – one of the world’s richest wildlife sanctuaries.

Mara Serena Safari Lodge has such a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape or the game and bird life that inhabits the Masai Mara. It is this very terrain stretching endlessly before the lodge where the annual migration takes place, when millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle traverse the landscape to feed on the rich new grass and give birth to their young.

Mara Serena comprises of 74 rooms, with a swimming pool ideally situated for those hot and balmy nights out in Africa. Breakfasts, cocktail parties, and dinners on the terrace overlooking a waterhole where big game comes to feed.. The main dining resembles and enlarged Masai manyatta (village). Located in the main building is the lounge and bar which serves both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. There is a large outdoor pool with lounge chairs, tables and umbrellas.

The lodge’s restaurant overlooks the local watering hole, a gathering place for animals. The menu features variations on safari favorites, and traditional African classics. The restaurant has its own bar. Breakfast can be served by the Hippo Pool. The resort arranges bush barbecues and sundown cocktails at the watering hole. Private picnics and lunch boxes are available by reques.

There are two regularly scheduled game drives a day, in six-person hatch-top Land Cruiser vehicles. There is a swimming pool surrounded by stone terraces overlooking the grasslands. There are cultural activities and nightly entertainment, and an Africana gift shop.