Mara Safari Club

The main building, with lounge, bar and dining room is cantilevered over the river. Game drives, guided by our experienced "driver-naturalists", are by four-wheel-drive Land Cruiser. At the club, the pool, al fresco buffet lunches and nightly activities of Masai dancing, slide shows and talks on the Mara's ecosystem and Masai culture, all add up to create a truly unique experience.
The Mara Safari Club is a four-hour drive from Nairobi, or a forty-five minute flight from Wilson Airport (Nairobi) with a ten-minute drive from Ngerende Airstrip.

Kenya Safari Accommodation And More at Mara Safari Club

  • Mara Safari Club has a total of 50 tents, of which 42 are twin-bedded and 8 double-bedded. Of the 45 standard tents, 5 have sunken baths in the bathrooms and king-size beds. Being located on the oxbow of the Mara River, all tents at the club have river frontage. This allows very peaceful game watching from one's private verandah, as the riverine flora and fauna is full of life and excitement. It is not uncommon to see hippos and crocodiles swimming or walking in the river, monkeys swinging through the trees or any of the larger mammals stopping at the water's edge for a drink.
  • Five of the 50 tents are Premium Tents. The Premium Mara Safari Club Tents comprises of 3 doubles and 2 twins, and 2 have a king-size bed. 3 of the Premium Tents have sunken baths in the bathrooms. There is a platform between the Premium Tents and the Standard Tents, allowing for superb game-viewing and private dining. All tents, each erected on a concrete plinth are luxurious ensuite "rooms", spread out along the bend of the Mara River. The tents have been superbly furnished to the highest possible standards with netted four-poster beds and permanent bathrooms. Each zip up tent has a verandah overlooking the river. 
  • Each Mara Safari Club tent has complimentary water with glasses, insecticide and air-freshener, electric lamps, dressing table and hand-woven rugs and poster-bed drapes, shower stall, flush toilets in bathroom, washbasin. Each bathroom has Lonrho shampoo, hand and body lotion, shower and bath gel, and freshly laundered towels, solar-heated-hot, and cold running water. The tent windows have mosquito gauze and flaps. Each tent also has a flashlight and an umbrella.

Mara Safari Club Dining and Relaxation

  • The dining room is located in the main building; the dining room is hewn out of wood beams and glass, allowing natural light to filter in to the high-ceilinged, spacious room. Evenings are cozy in the softly lit area. The menu is a cosmopolitan combination of European, African and Asian dishes, made from the abundance of fresh Kenyan produce. 
  • Both breakfast and lunch are served buffet-style, while dinner is Table D'Hote, with a choice of main course. The seating capacity is 120 people, and the dining room is open for breakfast from 7.30 a.m. to 9.30 a.m., for lunch from 12.30 p.m. to 2.15 p.m. and for dinner from 7.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m.. Special early children's dinners can be arranged. Please notify the reception on your arrival.
  • The lounge is also in the main building. Sectioned off to create "private" seating areas, the decor has a definitely African flavor, with woven wall hangings, and Masai artifacts. An extended veranda adjoins the lounge to afford superb views of the Mara River. A fire is lit each evening. This area is the venue for the Masai dancers, slide shows and lectures. The seating capacity is 80 people, though use of the verandah can increase the numbers. 
  • Room Service only offers morning tea/ coffee/ hot chocolate with wake-up calls.

Recreational Safari at Mara Safari Club activities include:

  • Swimming: The free-form swimming pool is manned by an attendant from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. Sun-beds and mattresses abound. Towels are provided. Changing rooms, both the men's and the ladies', have showers. An adult must accompany children under 12 at all times. The swimming pool surrounds are ideal for private cocktail parties.
  • Masai Dances: Every third day, Masai dancers perform in the lounge from 7.30 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.
  • Slide shows: The Resident Naturalist conducts a slide show every third day on the habitat and animals in the Mara, from 07.30 to 08.00 p.m.
  • Talk on Masai Culture: A specialist on the Masai culture discusses traditional, and contemporary lifestyles of the Masai, every third day, from 07.30 to 08.00 p.m
  • Table Games: Such as scrabble, and cards are available from the reception.
  • Library and Information Center: This contains books on wildlife, maps and other interesting information, and is open from: 8.30 p.m. to 12.30 p.m., 2.00 p.m. to 3.30 p.m. and 06.30 to 07.30 p.m. The Resident Naturalist is always available to answer any environmental questions.
  • Wildlife Videos: Wildlife videos are played after dinner in the lounge, on alternate days, from approximately 9.00 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.

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