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Masai Mara Safari Camps and Logdes

The Mara Sopa Lodge is one of the first lodges to be built in the famous Masai Mara and is located on the slopes on Oloogams Hills. Surrounded by a fauna covered a rich landscape of sweet smelling jasmine flowers and huge desert cacti. 

Mara Sopa Lodge has 50 traditional round house buildings with thatched roofs each featuring 2 rooms. Each room at the Mara Sopa Lodge has 2 double beds with mosquito nets, en-suite bathroom with shower, ornamental fire place, chairs and a coffee table and each room has a veranda with seating offering views over the famous Masai Mara Game Reserve.

Mara Sopa Lodge offers the Jumbo Bar located in the elegant lounge and the Pool Bar isituated in the pool area. Ol Murani Bar has a billiard table and television and is located at the bottom of the building, it has a viewing deck in front and at night you can view the hyenas, wild dogs and jackals feeding.

Mara Sopa Lodge's dining room has lovely high ceilings and red painted walls adorned with paintings of Masai warriors going about their everyday life. Some walls feature beautiful hand beaded necklaces and in the centre you will find a huge fireplace, decorated with life size carvings of Masai warriors and their shields. 

The Mara Simba Lodge was one of the first built in the Masai Mara and is the only true environmentally friendly lodge in Kenya. Situated on a dramatic bend on the River Talek the lodge compliments in natural surroundings and is decorated in traditional Masai style. Stretching for a mile along the banks of the River Talek the landscaped gardens are filled with a variety of birds, butterflies and monkeys.

Mara Simba Lodge offers safari accommodation in 54 guest rooms each with verandas with uninterrupted views of the River Talek. Mara Simba Lodge rooms are arranged in clusters of 6 and each is designed with natural wood and stone, all of the rooms are spacious and feature en-suite bathrooms.

Mara Simba Lodge also offers safari accommodation in heavy duty tents that sit on a solid base and feature twin or double beds, private bathroom facilities and a Veranda with river views.

Mara Simba Lodge's own naturalist gives presentations on the wildlife and ecology of the Masai Mara, conducts walking safaris, Masai cultural lectures in the comfort of the lodges bar which also features an open fire and a wide variety of soft and alcoholic drinks.

The dining area  at Mara Simba Lodge has cedar wood floors and high thatched roofs and overlooks the Talek River - a tributary of the Mara River.

After game drives, the large, sparkling swimming pool invites you to cool relaxation. Night time floodlit viewing, from the comfort of chairs set on the wide, open veranda fronting the lounge and dining area, may reveal an elusive leopard across the silvery water.

Sentrim Mara Tented Lodge is a deluxe intimate design Camp located right on the North Eastern edge of this famous Masai Mara game reserve. Mara Sentrim Camp is located in Ngama Hills, which are I.B.A (Important Bird Area). The Hills can be seen from very far when inside the Masai Mara and, therefore, they are very prominent national reserve landmarks, which makes this lodge very unique. These hills are the source of the many streams that run across the Masai Mara Plains and attract a lot of animals.

Mara Sentrim Camp offers safari accommodation in 10 en-suite tents 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.

Each of Sentrim Mara Camp tents have modern en-suite bathroom, hot and cold showers, writing desk and an elevated private balcony for spectacular views of the sunsets and the hills. The tents have got two double beds each, personal closets, flush toilets and sockets for battery charging for cameras. There is power for lighting in every room, a bathroom and flushing toilets

Keekorok Lodge was one of the first lodges built in the Masai Mara National Reserve; located in the very heart of Masai Land. Keekorok meaning 'motley abundance' in the local Masai language, was constructed in 1962 on a beautiful eighty acre site surrounded by permanent springs and lush grassland, where during the migration the lodge is enveloped by a mass of animals. The recently refurbished lodge offers the highest standard on luxury and comfort, yet maintaining it's rustic 40 plus years of charm, history and character. 

Keekorok Lodge offers safari accommodation in 89 double rooms, 9 superior rooms and 4 suites. The double rooms comprise of stone built bungalows, single storey blocks and comfortable shaded chalets, all of which feature private bathroom facilities, mosquito nets and balconies and terraces offering views over the Masai Mara and the lush gardens. The Superior rooms have interconnecting doors making them ideal for families and the suites are considerably larger.

Keekorok Lodge Hippo Pool Bar is connected to the lodge by a 1km long wooden board walk which meanders through Keekorok Forest andr overlooks a permanent watering hole which is home to 20 Hippos and is visited regularly by Elephants and Lions.

Keekorok Lodge's restaurant serves a variety of traditional local delicacies, Asian and Western food. Guests also have the option to dine al fresco on the restaurants veranda, or for that special meal why not try the Elephant Deck overlooking the wilderness and rolling savannah and dine in complete privacy.

Keekorok Lodge pool area, shaded by flowering stubs, is the perfect place to relax after game drives. The lodge also provides some evening entertainment, such as traditional dances performed by local Masai Warriors, a TV Lounge a Wildlife film is also shown on alternative nights.

Fig Tree Camp is located in the Masai Mara game reserve - home of the “Big Five” and the magical spectacle of the wildebeest migration. Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River and offers both luxury tents and chalet accommodation. A new addition at Fig Tree Camp are the Ngaboli tents, 10 presidential tents built on a private wing of the camp.

Fig Tree Camp is centrally located in the Masai Mara thus making all areas of the reserve accessible during game drives, including large sections of the Talek and Mara Rivers that are most dramatic during the annual wildebeest migration between July and September.

Mara Fig Tree Camp offers a choice of staying in one of the 38 single or double tents, 22 single or double garden chalets or superior Ngamboli tents on the banks of the Talek River.  All rooms are en-suite and have their own private balcony.

Mara Fig Tree Camp has 2 bars, a main dining room, an open air dining area, tree house coffee deck, video room, conference facilities, swimming pool and curio shop. The camp has a resident nurse and a clinic.

Activities to engage in while staying at the Mara fig Tree Camp include Game drives (Day and Night), local naturalist are available to give guest free lectures and slide presentations on the Maasai Mara, 

Local Maasai dancers also entertain clients in the evening, Game Walks and  Balloon Safaris.