Hotels & Accommodation

Bush Safari Hotels

Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge is a sprawling, Maasai-influenced lodge on the edge of the Amboseli National Park in south-east Kenya. Mount Kilimanjaro – Africa’s tallest peak and the tallest free-standing mountain in the world – looms large in the view when her attendant clouds permit. The 96 rooms are simple adobe structures with a cheery veneer of Maasai-ness: woven stick wall hangings, murals of East Africa scenery, and rustic furniture hand-crafted from a source of local wood that is sustained by the lodge’s plant-a-tree conservation programme.

The dining hall at Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge features yet more African artistry and décor; the lounge opens onto an outdoor sitting area and campfire from where you often see elephants and other Amboseli plains game. A swimming pool is fed by a natural spring rising on Mt. Kilimanjaro and shaded by a dense canopy of acacia trees. The salon offers beauty treatments, therapeutic massages, and hairdressing.

  • Comfortable rooms with en suite bathrooms
  • Maasai-influenced design and décor
  • Hearty meals with fresh ingredients
  • Swimming pool and salon
  • Game drives, nature trails, birding walks, and cultural activities

Take your own iconic photograph

Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge is on the edge of Kenya’s Amboseli National Park and, on clear days, in full view of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The lodge offers game drives where, because of the flat plains and minimal scrub cover, you have a good chance of seeing Africa’s famed game including lion, elephant, zebra, wildebeest, and many species of bird. Make your stay an active one with sunset drives; bush walks; birding walks; visits to Maasai villages; participatory conservation programmes; cultural and educational presentations; Maasai dancing; and al fresco bush dinners.

This is one of Africa’s finest safari lodges, located in southern Kenya in the vicinity of the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro. It connects three national parks, namely Chyulu, Tsavo and Amboseli, and as such provides excellent game viewing among the rolling plains, lush hills and savannah landscapes. It is part of a 280,000 acre Maasai Reserve and the lodge is owned by the Maasai community and a share of the profits go straight back to the tribe. And with all the buildings made of local materials, it is hardly surprising that Campi ya Kanzi has won many eco-tourism and community development awards.

Tembo House forms the centre of camp with its thatched roof and lava rock exterior. Kick back in the lounge and read up about Africa, or enjoy a sundowner drink on the terrace while game gather at the waterhole. Wine and dine around a large wooden table by candlelight – the camp is managed by two Italians and is thus famous for its authentic Italian cuisine. Guests will stay in one of six thatched roof tented cottages, each with a private verandah providing stunning views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the Tsavo Hills or the Chyulu Hills. Facilities include a table, two safari chairs, a colonial trunk, shelves and hangers for your clothes, daily fresh flowers and a well-appointed bathroom. There are also the Hemingway and Simba suites which are more spacious with a double sink and extra room. And for the utmost in privacy there is a private house which has a swimming pool, jacuzzi and private guide.

  • Has won many awards for its eco-tourism
  • Go game viewing on drives and bush walks
  • Cottages offer great view of Mt Kilimanjaro
  • By staying here you help the Maasai tribe
  • Exclusive for 16 guests on private reserve

Helping and meeting the Maasai!

Campi ya Kanzi means “Camp of the Hidden Treasure” in Kiswahili. And what a treasure awaits you here! The only lodge on a 280,000 acre Maasai Reserve, and catering for a maximum of 16 guests, it certainly is exclusive. What’s more by being here you will be contributing to the Maasai community, with $30 going to the locals for every day each guest stays. Furthermore the camp plays a conservation role in protecting the wildlife and the land and all the buildings are made of local materials. And of course, you will meet the Maasai people and gain an insight into their way of life. And we haven’t even mentioned the Safari yet! Enjoy game drives and guided bush walks with Maasai warriors, spotting a vast array of wildlife and birdlife in Tsavo, Amboseli and Chyulu National Parks. Visit Maasai villages, go camping in the wilderness, hop a flight over Kilimanjaro and much much more!

This is a small, up-market eco-tourism tented lodge situated in Kenya’s largest park, Tsavo East National Park. The accommodation and activities are geared for the discerning traveler in search of a private experience in the Kenyan bush. From day and night game drives in open vehicles to walking safaris along the Galana River in Tsavo East National Park and wild luxurious meals in the bush. Here the experienced and enthusiastic staff know how to make each day a unique and exciting safari experience.

The Galana River flows lazily by, refreshing in the middle of Tsavo’s heat- and the warm coastal breezes ruffle the doum palms over the bandas. The Magic of Galdessa is tangible and a stay here is an authentic and intimate encounter with nature. This is a remote place, off the beaten track. The Camp’s accommodation consists of bandas (semi-tented thatched bungalows), comfortable & elegantly furnished, designed to preserve the natural beauty of the site. The camp epitomizes the true feeling of a safari camp in harmony with its environment.

The Camp is also divided into upstream and downstream sections, referred to as Galdessa Private and Galdessa Main. Galdessa private can be booked for exclusive use.

  • Open vehicle game drives
  • Individually tailored activities
  • Night game drives
  • Bush walks and meals
  • Eco-Tourism!

Eco-friendly the best way

Because of concern for nature conservation, part of the income and much of the time of the Galdessa staff is spent on various conservation projects designed to protect them, for your pleasure and that of future generations. Galdessa also uses solar power, recycles waste, and has even installed a water treatment plant.

The camp is located in the heart of one of Africa’s most successful conservation projects, and is lucky to have 33 black rhino in its direct vicinity. Galdessa actively supports this and other conservation projects in Tsavo.

The first lodge ever to be built in a Kenyan National Park, Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge is superbly situated in the lee of Mount Kilimanjaro, encircled by volcanic splendor, adjacent to a teeming water hole and daily visited by vast herds of elephant, buffalo and plains game. Inspirationally positioned so that not only all the rooms but also the open-air restaurant, timbered game-viewing decks and rock-built bar enjoy uninterrupted views of the legendary snows of Kilimanjaro, the lodge also stands central to miles of lion-stalked grasslands, elephant-studded plains and wildlife-teeming bush and is ideally placed for visits to all the park’s prime attractions. Faced in volcanic stone and utilizing the natural rocky outcrops of a valley known as ‘the place of the young rhino’, from which it takes its name, the lodge has been designed to blend chameleon-like into the savannah landscape.

Cool, tranquil and hushed for optimum game-viewing the open-air dining area, timbered decks and rock-hewn bar blend the traditional “khaki-and-canvas” look with bright-painted banners, sepia-hued paintings and evocative olive-wood carvings of elephant herds and tail-erect wart hogs. The elegantly renovated rooms draw on a sun-gold, sky-blue and bush-green savannah colour palette and have been so styled to provide world-class luxury and a quintessential African aura whilst featuring private verandas with views of eternity.

  • Well visited waterhole
  • Views of Kilimanjaro
  • Open grassland & wildlife teeming bush
  • Known as ‘the place of the young rhino’
  • Lava flows & other dormant volcanic activity

The waterhole only a stone throw away

Only 100 meters away from the main building is a waterhole, which attracts animals from all over the game park. The lodge’s 53 large rooms all have a private toilet and shower and look out onto the waterhole from the veranda. The dining room serves excellent local and international delicacies and you can enjoy the cuisine with great scenery. You may also enjoy morning and afternoon game-viewing drives.

Located in the heart of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, Sarova Saltlick Lodge is a truly unique concept consisting of 96 rooms elevated on stilts, each overlooking a waterhole and linked by suspended walkways. At night, the waterholes are floodlit ensuring that guests enjoy an uninterrupted view of the daily procession of thirsty visitors below. Most of the 96 guestrooms at Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge are overlooking one of several waterholes and are located in 12 original clusters on stilts with only 4 rooms on each of the 2 floors. Rooms are spacious and comfortable and have private bathrooms with shower. All beds have mosquito nets and each room is equipped with an electric fan.

There are a host of safari activities to partake in at Saltlick, go on a night game drive and see those animals not usually encountered on a daytime game drive. Take a nature walk with qualified guides; enjoy a bush dinner or breakfast, champagne sundowner at Kudu Point or visit local communities and experience their culture.

  • Salt lick attracts many animals
  • Unique architectural style
  • Big 5 game viewing
  • Floodlit waterhole
  • Bird watching & nature walks

Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary is a privately owned conservation area located at the foot of the Taita Hills adjacent to Tsavo West National Park in Kenya – one of the world’s largest game reserves. The Sanctuary provides a safe habitat to over 50 species of mammals and 300 species of birds within 28,000 acres of rolling savannah and woodland. The Sanctuary is a success story in sustainable conservation where wildlife – including elephant, lion, buffalo and giraffe – thrive.

This commitment to responsible ecotourism, which has been so well supported by visitors, ensures that the Sanctuary and all its wildlife will continue to prosper. The Sanctuary offers many diverse opportunities for guests to experience the unique flora, fauna and culture of this fascinating ecosystem.

Voyager Safari Camp has simplistic beauty and charm. It is located in the majestic shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, between the famous Amboseli game reserve and Tsavo West Game Park. Voyager Safari Camp sits right on the banks of the Sante River. The Voyager Safari Lodge is situated on a 30,000-acre private farm on the western edge of Tsavo West National Park to the northeast of the Masai Mara National Reserve, within the borders of the Koyaki/Lemek Wildlife Trust. The lodge sits on the banks of a broad ‘bow’ on the Sante River, with sweeping views over waters inhabited by large pods of hippo. The camp’s environs are home to many birds and beast, while a short drive will deposit you amoung the big game of one of Kenya’s wildest and least explored national parks.


Of the camp’s 25 tents, 16 sit on the southern bank of the river and nine on the northern. The spacious tents offer the classic ambience of an African camping safari, with large secluded verandahs overlooking the wildlife-rich shores. The main building overlooking the dam houses our bar and dining room, with a long verandah where breakfast is served. In the evening the candlelit tables are arranged on the lawn so that guests can dine out under the night sky beside a roaring campfire. The grub served up is delicious. Both lunch and dinner offer guests a variety of dishes that include fresh salads, meats, fish and vegetables. There is a choice of English or Continental breakfast in the morning and an attractive buffet at lunch and dinner.


Done the safari and want a beach holiday? You’ve come to the right place – swap your khakis for board shorts and bikinis and sip a cocktail under a palm tree with the azure Indian Ocean in front of you. Now we’re talking!

  • Snorkel or scuba-dive among coral reefs
  • Catch a tan on palm-fringed sandy beaches
  • Check out the fascinating old Mombasa town
  • Sail across the ocean on a traditional dhow
  • Visit the Portuguese stronghold ‘Fort Jesus’

Mombasa is a melting pot of Kenyan culture! Occuppied by the Arabs, Portuguese and British at various points in its tumultuous history, its Swahili inhabitants have seen a myriad of customs come and go. But their lifestyle remains almost unchanged and you will still see the men tacking their dhows out on fishing trips, trading with the Arabs and bartering remains a way of life. You’ll be fascinated by the derelict architecture, hustle and bustle of the markets, spice shops and minarets of the many mosques lighting up the skyline.

And of course there are the beaches! Whether you head north or south, white sand, warm water and the turquoise-coloured Indian Ocean combine to create a seaside paradise that is almost perfect. There are pristine coral reefs for water activities, a great variety of game fish for keen anglers, dhow trips to choose from daily and seafood to cater for your culinary needs! 

There are a huge range of accommodation options in and around Mombasa – it really depends what you want to do. If you wanna be part of the buzz and bustle then stay in Mombasa City. But if you wanna get to grips with Swahili culture and history, then cross the causeway onto the island and choose a hotel in the Old Town.


Most visitors come here for the beaches. Whether you head north or south along the Indian Ocean coast, there are secluded seaside resorts which will fulfil all your fantasies of a picture perfect paradise. And there’s always the famous Lamu Archipelago – a collection of islands with unrivalled beaches and pristine coral reefs.

Hemingways is a luxury resort in Watamu Bay – an unrivalled Kenyan setting. The white sands of Watamu Bay and its crystal waters form Kenya’s finest stretch of beach. It is an area of great beauty and interest; there are coral reefs to marvel at, the ruins of ancient Gede to be explored and marlin to be fought.

Hemingways Resort has 68 luxury bedrooms and six private suites within earshot of the surf, all have views of the activities of Hemingway’s deep-sea fishing fleet. The suites are extremely comfortable, have ocean views and are within yards of the beach. All have bathrooms with showers en-suite.

The ambience of the hotel is of relaxed sophistication, with the friendliness of a privately owned hotel coupled to the facilities and standards of an International resort. Hemingway’s varied cuisine is highly regarded, with attentive service to match, and it’s staff is renowned for their courtesy and friendliness.

Offers a choice of Garden Facing Rooms, Deluxe Rooms, Junior Suites, Penthouse Suites and Presidential Suites. All in all there are 143 bedrooms to choose from so whatever your budget and requirements, there is something sure to suit you.


All the rooms come with well-appointed bathrooms complete with luxury toiletries and bathrobes. There are private balconies or terraces which provide panoramic sea views as well as air conditioning to keep you cool during the day. And you certainly won’t go hungry with a choice of three restaurants serving a variety of cuisine.

  • Kick back on a private beach on your deckchair
  • Spoil yourself with a world-class spa treatment
  • Enjoy culinary delights at one of 3 restaurants
  • Savour the jacuzzi & wallow in the swimming pool
  • Ideal for business or leisure – whatever you wish

Spoil yourself at the spa! 
You’re on holiday and you deserve to be pampered once in a while. So when you’ve had your fill on suntanning and swimming, head to the Nirvana Health and Wellness Spa. Enjoy a soothing treatment and let your body unwind as you forget about the stresses of city life. Afterwards lounge about in the jacuzzi or wallow in one of the swimming pools.

  • Diani Reef Beach Resort
  • Mombasa Coastline
  • Kenya

Diani Reef Beach Resort is set alongside a beautiful private beach on the Indian Ocean coast near the seaside town of Mombasa in southern Kenya.

The Funzi Keys is an exclusive island resort, off the south Kenyan coastline, which offers guests a dream deserted island experience! It is situated south of Mombasa, and can be reached by road and boat transfer or a simple 15-minute charter flight. The hotel opens out onto a secluded stretch of beach, and the Ramisi River flows behind the buildings, ideal for boat cruises to spot crocodiles and birdlife! The double storey main building is made up of a dhow-shaped bar and lounge area, and a rooftop restuarant overlooking the Indian Ocean where guests can savour fresh seafood and local delicacies. There is a 45m swimming pool ideal for whiling the days away, and guests can enjoy a massage, pedicure or manicure if they feel like being pampere!

Accommodation consists of nine sea front cottages set along the high-water line and eight sea view cottages, each made of stone and thatch so it can blend in seamlessly with the coastal environment. Relax on your west-facing private verandah with wonderful views of the sunset and there are jacuzzis in the sea front cottages! Facilities include four-poster beds, mosquito nets, fans, safes and beach accessories as well as en-suite bathrooms with showers. 2 of the cottages can cater for families with an extra room for children, and there are an array of water sports and wildlife excursions to choose from. Hardly surprising it was voted one of the top 6 private island resorts in the world by Conde Nast Traveller!

Honeymoon Special: Stay 5 nights half-board, but pay for 4! This includes a free bottle of SA champagne and is valid until 20 December 2009.

  • Voted one of top 6 private island resorts
  • Toast a stunning sunset from your jacuzzi
  • Enjoy water sports, boat cruises and more!
  • Your private piece of Indian Ocean paradise
  • Candlelit dinners in restaurant or on beach

Water sports and extra activities!
You really are spoilt for choice at the Funzi Keys. Enjoy complimentary trips to the sandbank, a great spot to start the day with breakfast, and boat trips down the Ramisi River with its basking crocodiles and abundant birdlife including the African Fish Eagle, storks, kingfishers and more! Try your hand at sailing, windsurfing, canoeing and creek or deep sea fishing or go scubadiving and snorkeling in the Kisite Marine Park with turtles and dolphins among the reefs. And you can finish the day off with a sundowner dhow cruise on the Indian Ocean as the African sky morphs into a kaleidoscope of colours!

  • The Funzi Keys
  • Mombasa Coastline
  • Kenya

The Funzi Keys is located on a private island in the Indian Ocean, south of Mombasa, reached by a 2-hour journey by road and boat or a 15-minute charter flight.

Perched on a cliff and opening onto a private 700ft beach, Msambweni House consists of 3 luxury suites, a tented room and 2 decadent villas each with an infinity pool and Jacuzzi. Not bad at all.

Perched on a cliff and opening onto a private 700ft beach, Msambweni House consists of 3 luxury suites, a tented room and 2 decadent villas each with an infinity pool and Jacuzzi. Not bad at all.

Msambweni House is an exceptional seaside retreat on the south Kenyan coastline, offering guests the timeless charms of luxury and elegance with a relaxed ambience. It is located about 50 miles south of Mombasa and from its lofty position atop a cliff it overlooks a private 700ft beach and the glistening waters of the Indian Ocean. There is a coral reef just offshore and a wide range of water sports and excursions for water babies and landlubbers alike. Relax beside the infinity pool during the day and walk along the winding jetty to the perfect sundowner spot. The restaurant serves superb fresh seafood and Swahili delicacies and you can wine and dine by candlelight on the beach or at the sandbank.

Accommodation comes in various shapes and sizes. The Main House has 3 luxury suites with king-size beds and private verandahs that provide panoramic views, as well as 2 extra rooms. There is a tented room with king-size bed, two toilets, air conditioning and guests can use the main pool. The 2 Lamu Villas are the steal though, each with an infinity pool and Jacuzzi on their private terraces. All the rooms are spacious with en-suite bathrooms, satellite television and DVD, and allow the sea breeze to waft by uninterrupted.

  • Exclusive beach just for resort guests
  • 2 villas with a private pool and jacuzzi
  • Enjoy water sports and boat excursions
  • Indian Ocean views in almost every room
  • Wine and dine on beach under the stars

Enjoy an array of activities! 
If you ever do leave your luxury room, the sparkling infinity pool or your private Jacuzzi, there is plenty to keep guests entertained at Msambweni House. There is a coral reef just offshore where you can snorkel and explore the underwater world. There is world-class scubadiving in Kisite Marine Park where you can get up close and personal with sea turtles and dolphins. Other activities include fishing, kite surfing, windsurfing, volleyball, croquet, badminton, and motorized water sports can be organized. You could also treat yourself to massage, pedicure or manicure, and there is a golf course nearby if you want to perfect that swing.

Swahili style and world class luxury make Leopard Beach Resort & Spa undoubtable one of Kenya’s finest beach destinations. This completely rebuilt hotel (the original was built in 1970) although fairly large never feels crowded with well spaced out rooms and plenty of wide open space around you. The rooms themselves are spacious and well furnished, many have exceptional sea views and from all only a few short steps are necessary to get onto the white sandy beach.

The Leopard Beach Resort has a total of 155 rooms situated in a vast magnificent tropical garden. 48 of those are superior sea-facing rooms and 18 are suites and Deluxe ”Chui Class Cottages” with breathtaking views of the ocean. Guests enjoy sumptuous breakfast buffets. Lunch is mostly buffet style while for dinner guests are offered either a buffet or a choice of menu, often accompanied by entertainment with a weekly grill party on the beach and on terraces with stunning views over Diani Beach.

  • Rest & relaxation at the wonderful spa
  • Take your pick of water sports
  • PADI 5 star dive centre
  • Exquisite split level swimming pool
  • The amazingly beautiful Diani beach

The amazing Uzuri Spa & Fitness Forest at the resort is a contender for East Africa’s finest spa. Here the spa experience is totally unique. Built in the indigenous forest area at the back of the resort, the setting is immaculate and tranquil. Imagine the smells and peace of sitting in a forest, thats exactly what it is like. A stunning pool, Jacuzzi, steam sauna, gym and health bar area, provide ample space to relax and enjoy fresh fruit juices and salads.

  • Leopard Beach Resort & Spa
  • Diani Beach
  • Mombasa coastline
  • Kenya

Situated on Diani Beach, 34 km south of Kenya’s bustling port of Mombasa, Leopard Beach Resort enjoys prime position on one of the world’s most stunning beaches. Baobab Beach Resort

The recently renovated Baobab Beach Resort certainly has a lot to offer. From well furnished and decorated rooms, many of which feature great sea views to exquisite dining, a variety of watersports and a picture perfect postcard beach well worth writing home about.

Although a fairly large resort with a total of 160 rooms, you won’t feel like you have checked into a run of the mill resort. Individual service, extremely friendly staff and a personal touch all go a long way to making you feel as relaxed and comfortable as is possible.

The food is divine, and you could choose to eat your lunch right out on the beach, especially if you just can’t tear yourself away from the amazing view. And to work up an appetite for your next sumptuous meal, why not engage in any one of a number of water and land based activities on offer. You could explore pristine coral reefs, learn to windsurf or simply go for a romantic stroll.

  • Relaxing massage at the wellness centre
  • Dine out on the white sandy beach
  • Scuba dive or snorkel magnificent reefs
  • Learn to windsurf!
  • Take a romantic walk along one of Kenya’s best beaches

Eco-Tourism at its best 
Winner of the 2001 Environmental Award the management of Baobab Beach Resort prides itself in its efforts to protect the ancient indigenous coastal forest that surrounds the property. Set in one of the last vestiges of virgin coastal forest the hotel grounds are alive with dazzling butterflies and birds, brilliant flowers and blossoming vegetation as well as indigenous monkeys and forest dwelling wildlife. In addition, the Baobab Beach Resort uses solar power and an advanced eco-friendly sewage disposal and water re-cycling system to ensure the property meets environmentally acceptable spa

Nestled just off Shanzu Beach and the deep-blue hues of the warm Indian Ocean lies Mombasa Serena Beach Hotel. Luxury lodges line lush gardens and palm trees complete the picture of what paradise should look like

Mombasa Serena Beach Hotel is home to 166 air-conditioned bedrooms and suites so you have a number of options to choose from. The Village Rooms are housed in a traditional Swahili Village themed on the ancient island town of Lamu. Carved balconies, coral pillars, Zanzibar-carved doors, gleaming arches and stone-carved niches add a touch of class.

The Garden Rooms provide panoramic views over the gardens to the sparkling reaches of the Indian Ocean. The design is much the same but winding stairways, broad verandas, sumptuous brass-inlaid furniture ensure these lodges blend in better with their surroundings.

  • Stay in stunning Swahili-style houses
  • Snorkel or dive in Mombasa Marine Park
  • Catch a tan on palm-fringed sandy beaches
  • Go deep sea fishing and feast on seafood
  • Sail across the ocean on a traditional dhow

The resort is within touching distance of the world-renowned Mombasa Marine National Park, which is 200-square kilometers of pristine coral reefs, tropical fish and a kaleidoscope of colours so bright you will never want to leave this underwater world! Check out turtles and 250 marine species including crabs, butterfly fish, parrotfish, sea urchins, cowries, moray eel, lionfish, starfish and sergeant major fish.

  • Mombasa Serena Beach Hotel
  • Mombasa
  • Kenya

Mombasa Serena Beach Hotel is situated on Shanzu Beach, the most northerly portion of the coast between Mombasa and Mtwapa Creek, on Kenya’s famous Indian Ocean.

Set in gardens of green grass and palm trees and within touching distance of the azure Indian Ocean, Sun ‘n Sand Beach Resort provides that beach setting you have always dreamed of. So stop dreaming and make it a reality!

Sun ‘n Sand Beach Resort is an absolutely massive resort which consists of 300 rooms in total. So it’s unlikely to be choc-a-bloc, even in season. The more budget-conscious travellers can choose from 260 standard rooms while the more discerning can take their pick of 35 deluxe rooms. There are also 4 Executive rooms and a Royal suite for those looking to really treat themselves! All rooms have a sea view from private balconies.

  • Relax on sunken sunbed in lagoon pool
  • Snorkel or scuba-dive among coral reefs
  • Catch a tan on palm-fringed sandy beaches
  • Variety of activities for adults and kids
  • Sail across the ocean on a traditional dhow

Snorkel or dive among coral reefs! 
A kaleidoscope of colours and corals make up the reefs just offshore from the Sun ‘n Sand Beach Resort. Tropical fish abound in the waters and this is your chance to be part of the underwater world. All snorkelling and scuba-diving activities can be done through the hotel.

Encircled by clear turquoise waters, surrounded by silky white sandy beaches and hemmed in by tropical reefs it’s easy to imagine the god of water and sea choosing this place above all other Located on the silver sands of Bamburi Beach, the Neptune Beach Resort boasts 78 well furnished rooms. Each room has either a view of lush tropical gardens or the azure blue waters of the Indian Ocean. The rooms have been recently refurbished and redecorated and air conditioning comes standard, a must for the humid heat of the tropics. Relax in your own luxurious bathtub or sip cocktails on your private balcony.

The resort offer a wide variety of water and land based activities, choose an activity to busy yourself during the day or simply relax poolside as a kindly waitron brings your yet another brightly coloured drink, and you can keep the mini umbrella if you choose to. Activities include water aerobics, volleyball, archery and beach soccer and in the evenings, entertainment from local artists, musical bands, comedy skits and sometimes a snake show!

  • Silver sands of Bamburi beach
  • Water and land based activities
  • Lounge poolside and sip tropical cocktails
  • Get a relaxing massage
  • Dress up for a themed dinner night

Fine food & drink
With one of the more famous fully stocked tree bars in the area with a regular clientele, the resort also provides guests access to a beautifully designed all inclusive bar. The main restaurant boasts international standard meals with offerings of theme nights and specialty cuisine throughout the week. There is also access to an a la carte restaurant that serves up tasty offerings. An all day snack menu keeps the wolf from the door between sumptuous feasts.

  • Neptune Beach Resort
  • Bamburi Beach
  • Mombasa Coastline
  • Kenya

Located on the silver sands of the Bamburi Beach, is only a 20-minute drive away from Mombasa’s Old Tow

This rollicking resort is set on the shores of Bamburi Beach which laps up the bluest of blue waters to grace the Indian Ocean. It offers refined luxury and comfort and you could quite easily spend a week here without leaving the resort!

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa is more a village than a hotel and you could pretty much be busy from sunset to sunrise without actually leaving the complex. But when you do manage to get away from your balcony with ocean views or climb out the sparkling pool, you will find reams of untouched ocean spilling out from the beautiful Bamburi Beach.

Accommodation consists of 338 rooms ranging from standard rooms to grand presidential suites. Somewhere in between we have 128 seafront rooms, with great ocean views, 66 palm rooms which are slightly more luxurious and 6 exclusive Executive Suites. Whether you are on a budget or budgetless, there is something to suit your every need.

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa is actually situated 14kms from Mombasa town centre, on Bamburi Beach, part of Kenya’s famous Indian Ocean coastline.

The soft silky sands of Silver beach stretch out before you and then plunge into the deep blue Indian Ocean. This is Voyager Beach Resort and you can take it all in from the pool or your private balcony – it’s not too hard.


Accommodation at Voyager Beach Resort consists of 233 spacious cabins so take your pick. 83 of them have beautiful sea-views while the rest face out onto lush tropical gardens. There are special cabins designed for families as well as three large Junior suites. All cabins have a private balcony and their own telephone, air-conditioning unit and safe.

There are four restaurants offering fare to match your culinary tastes and the three bars ensure the fun continues 24 hours a day! Staff perform on the outdoor terrace every evening for your enjoyment. But you can also escape the party and relax on your balcony or wallow in one of three sparkling pools.

  • Comfortable cabins with great sea views
  • Snorkelling, scuba-diving or windsurfing
  • Catch a tan on palm-fringed sandy beaches
  • Go deep sea fishing and feast on seafood
  • Entertainment and activities occur daily

The fun and action never stops! 
There is enough fun and games to keep you hooked for a lifetime at the Voyager Beach Resort. There is a daily entertainment programme and family shows. The sporty ones can choose from Volleyball, pool games and tug-of-war contests or even a game of golf! Go scuba diving with the resident diving school, Windsurfing, sailing and snorkelling or big game fishing on the top-class fishing boat. If you don’t wanna get wet join a glass-bottom boat ride over magical coral reefs or a historical tour of Mombasa’s old town and harbour.

  • Voyager Beach Resort
  • Mombasa
  • Kenya

Voyager Beach Resort is situated on Silver Beach, just 7km north of Mombasa, on Kenya’s famous Indian Ocean coastline.

Kenya’s first all-inclusive beach resort. Turtle Bay offers guests every conceivable oppurtunity at great value. If you can dream it, you will probably find it already on the agenda at Turtle Bay. Turtle Bay is ideally suited to families wanting a beach holiday before or after engaging in an inland safari. There is a wide variety of sports and activities including tennis, bikes, water-polo and even the option of Swahili lessons! Water-sports include snorkelling, windsurfing and canoeing. As well as three restuarants, an entertainment lounge with shows of traditional dancing and with a supervised childrens club, Turtle Bay entertains the whole family.

The rooms at Turtle Bay are well appointed; offer all of the facilities one would expect from a high class hotel. They have all been extensively renovated and redecorated, all have a separate bath and showers, balcony, split unit air-conditioning and a complete mosquito proof sleeping area.

  • Voted one of the top 5 beaches in the world
  • Wide range of sports & activities.
  • Supervised childrens club
  • Take your pick of 3 Restuarants
  • Ocean front rooms

Give the right gift, in the right way 
Many people like to give out pens, exercise books, sweets etc whilst on their visit. Whilst it’s really important to give and to help, Turtle Bay Community office promotes responsible ways to help. They recommend that you don’t give items directly to children you meet as this encourages them to beg. If you’d like to give pens, stationery or any other items, give them to the Community office. They will forward the items to school teachers to distribute. The children will still benefit, and you won’t be encouraging children to beg from foreigners.

Severin Sea Lodge is picturesquely positioned in an umbrella of palm trees which cast guard over the luxury resort. There are two sparkling swimming pools, an array of top-class restaurants and a great bar to knock back a cocktail after a hard day relaxing on the beach.

Accommodation consists of 100 Karibu or 100 Comfort rooms. The 100 Karibu rooms are equipped with air-conditioner, telephone, bath or shower and safe. The Comfort class rooms are more luxurious and spacious with additional facilities such as mosquito nets, direct dial telephone and piped music.

  • Catch a suntan on the beautiful Bamburi beach
  • Spoil yourself with a massage at Health Centre
  • Enjoy culinary delights at one of the restaurants
  • Stroll on soft white sand and swim in blue waters
  • Ideal for business or pleasure – whatever you wish

Explore the underwater world! 
At Severin Sea Lodge you have an excellent opportunity to dive or snorkel among colourful corals and tropical fish. The resort is home to one of the best PADI-accredited diving schools in Mombasa. If you want to stay out of the water, there is a glass-bottomed boat so you can experience the kaleidoscope of colours. Try your hand at deep-sea fishing or just lounge back on your deckchair.

Hotels In Masai Mara

Olonana is situated on the banks of the Mara River, in the heart of Kenya’s Big Game country. This unique setting offers a world of remarkable opportunities for safari adventurers. In addition to big game viewing in the Masai Mara Reserve, visitors are offered a rare glimpse of the day-to-day lives of the Maasai people in the adjacent Maasai village or ‘engang’. No other lodge in the Mara offers such a close cultural experience with the Maasai.

Olonana features 12 spacious permanent tents, each tastefully appointed with two comfortable queen-size beds, en suite bathrooms with showers, and large, river view verandahs. Enjoy a quiet evening drink, cozily seated on your verandah, watching the hippo frolicking just before heading out for their nightly grazing. The chefs will delight you with exquisite cuisine, which can be served al fresco perched on the Siria escarpment overlooking the Mara plains or as a picnic deep in the bush. Or you can sink into the comfortable sitting area with some books from the camp’s library lounge, and then enjoy a delicious dinner in the dining room overlooking the private section of the Mara River.

  • Olonana is a partnership between the Masai Community and the Lodge
  • Enjoy close cultural experiences with a trip to Masai Village
  • Big five game viewing in the Masai Mara
  • Fantastic tented accommodation with ensuite facilities, built on the Mara River
  • Friendly and professional Kenyan staff who are trained to look after your every whim

Olonana: Wildlife & Game viewing 
For guests on the Full Game Package, two game viewing drives in open-topped 4 Wheel Drives vehicles are included in the package. The jewel in Africa’s crown, Maasai Mara is host to the most spectacular array of wildlife. Her 320 square kilometers of open savannah, woodlands and tree-lined rivers creates an eco-system which supports huge numbers of bird and mammal species. The western border of the park is the spectacular Siria Escarpment, and together with the acacia dotted plains, creates scenery of stunning beauty.

Lion are found in abundance throughout the park as are elephant, giraffe, a variety of gazelle species and zebra. Cheetah and leopard are also regularly seen and, if lucky, you may also find rhino. Game viewing is never dull in the Mara, and patience is often rewarded with unique sightings: a pride of lion stalking their prey; a solitary leopard retrieving its kill from the high branches of an acacia tree; male impala sparring to attract females into their harem; or even a herd of elephant protecting their young from opportunistic predators. The annual wildebeest migration traditionally is present in the Mara from August-October and at this time nature’s dramas unfold before your very eyes at every turn.

Olonana makes use of the Kichwa Tembo airstrip, which is 15 minutes away from the camp. There are twice daily flights from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport. Wild Quest Safaris can organize flights and transfers on your behalf. Olonana is also accessible by road from Nairobi.

The camp is set on an elevation surrounded by two streams and hidden amidst wide gardens with manicured lawns and exotic flowers. Facilities include a dining area that has internal and external seating and two bars, one internal with a fireplace and the other near the poolside. There is a swimming pool and curio shop. There are three tents which can be used to seat up to 300 conference delegates.

The camp consists of 75 tents, of which three are permanent triple rooms. All rooms have 24-hour electricity and a private en suite bathroom with a shower and hot and cold running water. Game drives are done in a four-wheel drive vehicle, and bush dining and sundowners are offered. Evening entertainment includes two resident guitarists who play by the fireside and traditional Masai dancers. Balloon safaris can be arranged at an additional cost.

  • Superb location beside the Masai Mara
  • Luxury tents with all modern amenities
  • Enjoy evening dancing & music by the fire
  • Go on great game drives and a balloon safari
  • World-class game viewing & the Great Migration

World-class game viewing 
The Wildebeest Migration is what the Masai Mara (and Serengeti) are famous for. But this obscures the fact that the game viewing is out of this world, at any time of the year! The plains are filled with a smattering of antelope and predators roam at will – it is one of the few places in the world where you can spot the Big Five and more before lunch. There are some things money cannot buy – and many of them are in Masai Mara!

The Sarova Mara Camp is just outside the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-western Kenya and on the border of Tanzania’s Serengeti Game Reserve.

Live like a king. Governors’ Camp is in the Masai Mara Game Reserve on the bank of the Mara River. Comfortable walk-in safari tents have en suite bathrooms and private verandahs overlooking the river or the plains of the great reserve.

Not by accident was Governors’ Camp the sole reserve of Kenya’s colonial governors and their regal guests. The site is both a hive of wildlife activity and a showcase for Africa’s classic scenery. Created in 1972, the camp set the trend for safaris across the continent: luxury tents with en suite bathrooms, hot running water, flush toilets, enormous beds with cotton linen and a private view of the Masai Mara Game Reserve.

The living area is a tented haven of relaxation that looks out over the Mara River and the Maasai Mara plains that, once a year, are filled with over a million wildebeest and zebra on a culinary pilgrimage from the Serengeti down south. Dinners are taken in the candlelit dining tent or beside the campfire under the stars; breakfast and lunch are freshly prepared buffets on the banks of the Mara under the shade of ancient trees.

Mara Explorer is a luxurious and secluded lodge on a river in the Masai Mara Reserve. Private decks, open-air bath tubs and hand-crafted beds all look out over the Talek River as vast herds of migrating game and predators roam the plains below.

Mara Explorer, in the heart of the Maasai Mara Reserve, will have you exploring more than the jungly riverine forest and the great plains of East Africa: the luxury, privacy and spectacular setting will leave your mind at rest and free to wonder wherever it pleases. From your private deck or open-air Victorian tub overlooking the Talek River your senses are bombarded with images, sounds, smells, textures and tastes.

The lodge has just 10 tented suites, each decorated with rustic safari mementos and hand-crafted furniture; the dense riverside forest offers complete seclusion and the canvas walls offer an intimate exchange with the sounds of Africa. The living area at Mara Explorer features a spectacular deck that hovers over the river and regular visitors are giraffe, elephant, hippo, antelope and nocturnal creatures. Food, wine and service rival that of city hotels and the best is still to come: a Masai Mara safari under the keen eye of your experienced guide.

Mara Explorer is on a quiet bend on the thickly forested Talek River, which runs through the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-west Kenya, East Africa.

Governors’ Private Camp is your personal piece of pristine safari wilderness. Positioned on a gentle bend of the Mara River in the Masai Mara Game Reserve, the private camp offers luxury and total exclusivity to single groups of between 4 and 16 people.

On a gentle meander of the Mara River, in the Masai Mara Game Reserve, Governors’ Private Camp is yours and yours alone. Accommodating single groups of up to 16 people, this private lodge offers personal service in total seclusion and without the staggering cost of booking out entire public lodges.

The standard of luxury meets that of the successful Governors’ Camps group of lodges in Kenya: large walk-in safari tents, en suite bathrooms, hot water, flushing toilets, private verandahs overlooking the Mara River and its wildlife activity, fine dining tailored to your requirements, a personal host and private, on-demand safaris in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. To enjoy the privilege of a private safari in one of Africa’s most popular destinations, you must stay a minimum of three nights with at least four people.

  • Have the whole place to yourself and who you want!
  • Large & luxurious walk-in safari tents on Mara River
  • Classic East Africa scenery with the eloping plains
  • Personalised service, great guides & private safaris
  • Masai Mara’s famous Big cat, Plains game and more!

Exclusive safari in Masai Mara
Every year, millions of visitors flock to the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-east Kenya to see Africa’s wildlife, birdlife, big cats and to watch millions of wildebeest and zebra migrating northwards in search of greener pastures. The result: exclusivity comes at a price. Not so with Governors’ Private Camp, which is an affordable alternative to staying in a public lodge and having to share the magic of your East African Safari with lesser mortals. And there’s no compromise on luxury, personal service and location.

The Governors’ family of camps is inside the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-western Kenya and on the border of Tanzania’s Serengeti Game Reserve.

Governors’ Il Moran Camp is the feather in an already stylish cap! Situated inside the Masai Mara Game Reserve and overlooking the Mara River, the lodge offers luxury, seclusion and an exceptional East Africa safari.

One of the oldest and best-known safari operators in Africa, Governors has a string of luxurious safari lodges in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Catapulted to fame by the BBC Big Cat Diary series, which was filmed on location, Governors’ is the last word in predator game viewing and it just so happens that the annual migration of over a million wildebeest and zebra passes through the private concession.

Governors’ Il Moran Camp is the smallest and most luxurious of the six lodges in the Governors’ portfolio with just ten massive walk-in safari tents – down from 20 to reduce the impact on the ecosystem. Each has a massive verandah with a private view of the Mara River; inside are enormous beds and decadent en suite bathrooms with free-standing Victorian baths, huge showers with hot running water, double vanities and a flush toilet.

The Governors’ family of camps is inside the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-western Kenya and on the border of Tanzania’s Serengeti Game Reserve.

Kichwa Tembo is situated at the foot of the Oloololo Escarpment on the western border of the Masai Mara Reserve in southwestern Kenya. Meaning ‘Head of the Elephant’ in KiSwahili, Kichwa Tembo is located on a private concession.

Kichwa Tembo is situated at the foot of the Oloololo Escarpment on the western border of the Masai Mara Reserve in south western Kenya. Meaning ‘Head of the Elephant’ in KiSwahili, Kichwa Tembo is located on a private concession leased from Masai landlords in the exclusive western Mara – much less crowded than the eastern part of the Reserve. Situated below the location where Out of Africa’s famous final scene was filmed, this romantic and totally private camp reflects the ambience of Kenyan safaris of the 20s and 30s. Nestled in a lush riverine forest, the nine tented suites epitomise classic elegance with polished wooden floors and en suite bathrooms with glass-walled showers, twin hand-basins and a separate flush w.c. Each tent has a private deck overlooking the vast game-filled plains of the Masai Mara, and a personal butler will ensure your every need is catered for.

At Bateleur Camp beautiful antiques adorn the comfortable sitting area and indoor/outdoor dining area, transporting you to the heyday of classic safaris. The camp also features a deep lap pool and a small African gift shop. Your private butler will serve you delicious Pan-African cuisine in the dining area, on the veranda or in a romantic setting under the stars. Bush breakfasts and candlelit dinners are a Kichwa Tembo Bateleur Camp unforgettable experience of the African bush.

  • Kichwa Tembo Bateleur Camp is one of the most exclusive camps in Kenya
  • Friendly and well trained staff who go the extra mile
  • Spectacular views of the Masai Mara from each of the 9 tents.
  • Step back in time as the camp has been decorated in antiques and collectibles from the 20’s and 30’s
  • With only 9 tents the camp has a small and intimate atmosphere

Kichwa Tembo: Game Activities 
A stay at Kichwa Tembo Bateleur Camp allows you to partake in a variety of activities. Discover the Masai Mara on interpretive morning and afternoon game-drives in open 4×4 safari vehicles led by experienced guides– all of whom have achieved the highest scores in the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association examination. Fascinating night game-drives in Kichwa Tembo’s private concession will reveal a host of interesting nocturnal creatures.

Led by highly skilled guides and traditionally-attired Masai naturalists, wilderness walks along the Mara River and up the Oloololo Escarpment – one of the ‘steps’ of the Great Rift Valley – will bring you face-to-face with wild Africa at its best. Daily lectures by a Maasai naturalist and visits to a Masai cultural village offer an incredible insight into the fascinating lives of the brilliantly-clad Maasai people. Balloon Safaris can be arranged for guests.

Naibor is a luxurious tented camp in the heart of the world-famous Masai Mara Game Reserve. Overlooking the Talek River, the camp serves as a richly adorned haven from which to explore one of Africa’s premier wildlife destinations.

Naibor’s seven spacious, pale-canvas tents, shaded by African Green Heart trees, set the mood for your stay in this world-class lodge. Each tent has a private verandah for own-time game spotting, and is furnished with fig wood king size beds and soft, comfortable linen. Wool rugs and wide sofas scattered with bolster cushions dot the room, ready to welcome you into complete relaxation after a day in the bush.

There are plenty of activities to suit everyone’s tastes; morning and late afternoon game drives, mountain biking and walking safaris are all available, and cultural visits can be arranged as can hot-air ballooning (at an additional cost). Between all this excitment you can kick back and relax in one of the airy, beautifully decorated canvas tents.

  • Superb location overlooking the Talek River
  • Check out all the game from your private deck
  • Emphasis on exclusivity, luxury and comfort
  • Hop a hot air balloon over the Masai Mara
  • World-class game viewing at all times of year
  • Your chance to witness the Great Annual Migration

Witness the Great Migration 
Due to its strategic location, Naibor Luxury Camp is able to offer abundant year-round game viewing as well as the opportunity to witness the spectacular annual migration, a signature event in the region. Watching thousands of wildebeest and zebra plunge across the Mara River is a sight never to be forgotten. It is the stuff of legend and this is your chance to be there!

The Mara Safari Club is set by the Mara River at the foot of the Aitong Hills in the Ol-Choro Oiroua Conservation Area that borders the Masai Mara Game Reserve. The club is a five-hour drive from Nairobi, or 45 minute flight from Wilson Airport near Nairobi. Away from the crowds of tourists and main concentration of camps in Masai Mara, any visit to the Mara Safari Club promises great game viewing and unrivalled luxury in the heart of Africa’s greatest game reserve.

All tents have their own private river frontage with a viewing deck from where hippo and crocodile are regularly seen. Occasionally elephant wander past to drink the water and during the migration period large herds of wildebeest can sometimes be observed attempting to cross the river nearby. The rooms have twin and double four-poster beds, electricity and modern en-suite facilities with hot and cold running water.

The main building, with lounge, bar and dining room is cantilevered over the river, providing a superb vantage point to view the resident hippos and the amazing riverine birdlife. The superb pool set on the banks of the river, al fresco lunches and evening Masai dances, cultural and wildlife talks and wildlife shows all add greatly to the Club experience. The restaurant serves a high standard of international cuisine combined with traditional Kenyan dishes. Game drives are conducted by experienced driver-naturalists, in 4×4 Landcruisers and despite being close to the farmlands, the game viewing around the Fairmont Mara Safari Club is excellent.

Within touching distance of both the Mara and Talek rivers, this exclusive tented camp only caters for 14 guests and could not be more perfectly positioned to take in the Great Annual Migration. Sounds pretty good to us!

This spectacular and exclusive tented camp is very close to the confluence of the Talek and Mara Rivers, offering great game viewing any time of the year. There are only seven tents which take a maximum of two people each so this is the way to beat the crowds and enjoy your very own slice of the Masai Mara Game Reserve. It is important to note that the camp operates on a seasonal basis – from June to October and December to March.

From your tent you can enjoy an uninterrupted view of the Talek River – spot animals from the comfort of your armchair. Each tent is ensuite and well-appointed, with spacious bathrooms and tasteful finishing touches. Dining usually occurs in the open air, among the sights and sounds of the bush with superb and varied cuisine.

  • Rekero Tented Camp
  • Masai Mara Game Reserve
  • Kenya

Rekero is a luxurious tented camp in the heart of the world-famous Masai Mara Game Reserve in southwestern Kenya.

Mara Intrepids is a large and relaxing lodge on the Talek River in the Masai Mara. Staff are friendly and enthusiastic, the guides are excellent, the food is delicious, the rooms are comfortable and the game viewing is fantastic.

Mara Intrepids is a large and insatiably welcoming safari lodge on the Talek River and close to the Mara River in the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-west Kenya. The 30 safari tents have luxurious bathrooms with oversize mahogany four-poster beds, wooden floors, river-view verandahs, and a surprising level of privacy: the camp comprises several self-contained wings.

There are four living areas ensuring large groups have autonomy while individuals remain undisturbed and able to enjoy the pristine East Africa wilderness and the spectacular Masai Mara setting to the full. Food is homely, well-presented, and prepared with fresh ingredients. Mara Intrepids has pioneered the family safari with family-sized tents and two separate wildlife and community programmes designed for young children and teenagers.

  • Casual safari camp on banks of Talek River
  • Luxurious and well-appointed tented suites
  • En suite bathrooms, private viewing decks
  • Super secluded riverfront dining terraces
  • Use the great elevated game viewing deck
  • Family-friendly and ideal for youngsters

Great staff and Game Viewing
If there’s a single highlight of Mara Intrepids, it has to be the enthusiasm, friendliness and genuine welcome presented by all the staff. But there isn’t a single highlight and the staff have to compete with the sensational game viewing, spectacular African scenery, uultra-luxurious rooms, and delightful interaction with the Maasai villagers.

Mara Serena is a large and welcoming safari hotel deep in the Masai Mara with a location that cannot be beaten. Built into the side of a large hill, the view from almost everywhere is over the Maasai Plains and the Mara River running through them.

The Mara Serena is in a striking location atop a large hill overlooking the plains of the Masai Mara National Reserve and its namesake river snaking through it, attracting a multitude of East Africa’s famous wildlife along the way. The 73 en suite rooms have a traditional Maasai village theme and they are neat, spacious, and well-appointed with magnificent uninterrupted views over the valley.

The living area at Mara Senera has a large dining area that is divided into smaller units for more intimacy; a large swimming pool, a bar and a lounge. The views from everywhere are spectacular: giraffe are dwarfed by the scale of the vista and the annual migration passes right beneath your binoculars. A range of activities fuel the wildlife fever – don’t miss the balloon safari or the hippo breakfast – and the hotel’s staff stand out for the friendly and obliging service.

  • Spectacular location deep in Masai Mara atop large hill
  • Maasai themed rooms, en suite rooms & private views
  • Restaurant & bar with view of Mara River & Maasai Plains
  • Game drives, balloon safaris, walks and village visits
  • Witness Annual Wildebeest Migration up very close
  • Get great Big Five game viewing all year round

Superb and Spectacular Setting 
The Mara Serena Lodge is deep in the Masai Mara Game Reserve in south-west Kenya. The hotel blends into the surrounding acacia trees and, from its elevated position on top of a large hill, commands a dramatic view across the great plains of East Africa. The Mara River cuts a forested swathe through the valley and is frequently the site of millions of wildebeest crossing the crocodile-infested river in bewildered haste. Outside of migration time, the game viewing is still excellent with a good chance of seeing the big five and all of the predators – not to mention many lesser-known plains game and fascinating nocturnals.

  • Mara Serena
  • Masai Mara Game Reserve
  • Kenya
  • East Africa

The Mara Serena Safari Lodge has one of the best locations in Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve: on top of thickly vegetated hills overlooking the Mara River and the game-studded Mara Plains.

Picture a lush spring-fed forest in a private reserve outside the Masai Mara and you are close. 38 en suite safari tents with private verandahs and a great restaurant and living area complement the world-class game viewing and knowledgeable guides.

Siana Springs Camp is a comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable place to stay in the Masai Mara region of south-east Kenya. Situated about 30km from the Game Park in a private reserve, the journey is part of the adventure with frequent wildlife sightings en route.

Siana Springs Camp has 38 spacious walk-in safari tents with en suite bathrooms, hot running water, flush toilets and private verandahs that look out over the trimmed garden to the verdant spring-fed forests. The tents are divided into three separate wings and all are well spaced offering privacy and an exhilarating feeling of isolation in the small hours of the night when Kenya’s nocturnal creatures are at their most active. The restaurant tent opens out onto the campfire beneath ancient acacia trees and beyond the smiling and obliging service of the Siana Springs staff, Africa lies, brooding, waiting to be discovered.

  • Safari camp surrounded by springs and forest
  • Touching distance from Masai Mara Game Reserve
  • Spacious & private tents with en suite bathrooms
  • Relaxed & informal living spaces and great views
  • Excellent game viewing, walking safaris & ballooning

Culture, Conservation and Wildlife 
Siana Springs is at the base of the Ngama Hills on the eastern edge of the Masai Mara Game Reserve, in a lush indigenous forest fed by a natural spring system that is a popular watering hole for Kenya’s celebrated wildlife. The private reserve offers unique opportunities for walking safaris, night drives, and overnight camping safaris along the seasonal streams beneath the Ngama Hills. Game viewing vehicles are open-sided, which means better pictures and more comfort for you, with the added thrill of an impossibly close encounter. Your Maasai hosts offer interpretive visits to their villages and will even perform their ritual songs and dances after dinner.

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