Mpata Safari Club sits high on the edge of the Oloololo escarpment with panoramic views across the Masai Mara Plains. The Club House is located in the middle of 23 separate cottages. The architecture of Mpata Safari Club was designed by one of the best architects in Japan. From each separate shirring shape unit, you can see the sun rise from the horizon of the Savannah.
Sarova Mara Game Camp is well positioned to enjoy the unique phenomenon that is the Masai Mara. The rolling plains around the tented Camp are teeming with wildebeest, gazelles and zebras, during the migration months and the Camp is situated near the migration path.
Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River and offers both luxury tents and chalet accommodation. A new addition to the Fig Tree Camp is the Ngaboli tents - 10 presidential tents built on a private wing of the camp.
Tipilikwani Camp overlooks the vastness of the Masai Mara plains from the banks of River Talek. It is an exclusive, intimate yet vibrant Camp of 20 luxuriously appointed riverfront tents. All bathrooms are equipped with stand alone bathtub.
The Olumara is spectacularly set along the Masai Mara Koiyaki Lemek conservation area, which is a vast unexplored area. This is a photographer's haven and great for both day and night game drives. Local game include elephant, Butchells zebra, Masai giraffe, lesser kudu, Grant's gazelle, lions, cheetahs, rhinos, elands, the rare honey badgers as well as occasional spotted resident leopard etc.
Camp Oloshaiki straddles a bank of the Talek River, under a canopy of indigenous fig and acacia trees. Creating a cool retreat from the heat of the plains, the leafy canopy attracts a large variety of bird life all day long and you will be gently awakened by a chorus of bird calls every morning.
Ilkeliani is a small 17 tented camp right on the edge of the Masai Mara, within easy game driving distance of some of the best game viewing areas of the reserve.
Sentrim Mara is located in Masai Mara Game reserve, 3 km after Sekenani gate. The camp consists of 10 tents which are spread out in serene surroundings amongst acacia trees that surround the camp. The main guest area consists of the reception,
Amboseli is best known for unrivalled views of Kilimanjaro and its elephant population - over 1000 elephant in the Park eco-system, which are some of the biggest elephant in Africa. It is also home to herds of Zebra and Wildebeest and their predators, as well as more than 300 species of birds.
At the foothills of Mt. Kilimanjaro is the Amboseli Sopa Lodge, set on 200 acres of land not far from where Ernest Hemingway lived whilst writing his novel, "The Snows of Kilimanjaro." Amboseli National Park is home to the Masai people, as well as over