Mara Serena Lodge
No other Kenya safari lodge has such a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape of the Masai Mara than Mara Serena Safari Lodge. It is on this very terrain where the great annual migration takes place, when millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle traverse the landscape to feed on rich new grass and give birth to their young calves. The Masai Mara National Reserve is home to gazelle, wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, elephant, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, the legendary black-manned lion and many more.
Masai Mara Sopa Lodge
Sopa means "Welcome" in Masai language. Masai Mara Sopa Lodge is set in the Oloolaimutia valley, where the lodge totally blends in perfectly with its surrounding hillside landscape. The accent here is on the Masai people, and the fabulous wealth of wildlife, bird life, and natural flora to be found in the fabled Masai Mara National Reserve
Mara Safari Club
The luxurious Mara Safari Club is set in the Ol-Choro OirouaConservation Area, bordering the Masai Mara Game Reserve, at the foot of the Aitong Hills. Surrounded on three sides by the Mara River, all tents have their own private river frontage, with four-poster beds, verandah, electricity, modern en-suite facilities with hot and cold running water.
Mara Explorer Camp
Mara Explorer Camp, a new luxury in the world's oldest wilderness, is situated on a broad thickly forest bend of the Talek River in the middle of the Masai Mara Reserve.Opened in late 2000, Mara Explorer has elevated the art of the African safari to spectacular new heights. Mara Explorer is managed by Kenya's first Masai lady manager, Tiito Mpetti, who also runs a community charity educating Masai girls in her native Megwarra Village, to which she will happily invite interested guests.
This luxurious tented camp lies at the confluence of the reserve's four main game-viewing areas, and enjoys prime views of the spectacular wildebeest migration between June and September.
Siana Springs Intrepids
Just eight kilometres from the eastern boundary of the Masai Mara reserve, Siana Springs Intrepids offers a uniquely personal safari experience on the edge of the world's most celebrated wilderness. Situated at the base of the Ngama Hills, on the western edge of the Masai Mara National reserve. Siana Intrepids occupies a lush indigenous forest watered by the largest natural springs in the Mara ecosystem - Siana Springs, or 'the plentiful springs' in Maa. The camp's location in the heart of the Siana Group Ranch offers guests unique opportunities for the private bush walks and drives on the game rich plains and along the seasonal streams beneath the Ngama Hills.
MARA INTREPIDS CAMP,KENYA
Sitting above a sweeping bend in the Talek River, at the confluence of the Masai Mara's four game-viewing areas, Mara Intrepids Club enjoys one of the most spectacular locations in the world's best-known wilderness. The camp 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.
Mara Fig Tree Safari Camp
Fig Tree Safari Camp is located on the banks of the Talek 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. To make an evening a real adventure at the Fig Tree Safari Camp, one can choose to stay in a tent or a cabin, giving the best of both worlds. The rooms spaciously line up along the Talek River, overlooking the plains of the national reserve.
Keekorok Lodge, erected in the direct path of the wildebeest migration was the first lodge built in the Masai Mara. At the height of migration, Keekorok lodge is surrounded by a swarming mass of animals, and there is hardly any need to go on a game drive.