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Entim Mara Camp
Masai Mara National Reserve
Entim meaning “forest” in Maasai is discreetly tucked away in the riverine woodlands in the heart of the Masai Mara Game Reserve in the middle of the very best game viewing area. The camp affords views across expansive plains, with the distant backdrops of undulating escarpments and volcanically-sculpted hills. Designed to give guests the feel that it is part of the landscape this eco-friendly camp has ten well-placed en-suite permanent tents which are tastefully but differently furnished. Each tent has a veranda from where it is possible to witness the sight of thousands of Wildebeest crossing the river during their annual migration through this vast wilderness area. There is a cosy lounge area with a small library, separate bar and dining area. The experience at Entim is not your average hotel or lodge experience: it's about being right in the hub of one of the most famous

Exploreans Mara Rianta
Mara North Conservancy
Exploreans Mara Rianta is a beautiful truly all-inclusive camp nestled in the heart of the Mara North Conservancy. Overlooking the Mara River which winds itself around the camp with gently flowing waters it is surrounded with wildlife and teeming with large groups of Hippos. All 20 luxury tents are built on elevated wooden platforms each with their own private view deck. Overlooking the pool and the Mara river the main building and tented terrace has a welcoming Reception area and lounge, a library, wireless Internet access, a comfortable Bar and cocktail lounge and a typical safari style decorated restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can enjoy a relaxing and invigorating treatment or massage at the Mvua African Rain Spa while being captivated by the unspoilt atmosphere of the African bush and the soothing sound of the Mara river or by gazing up at the stars a

Fig Tree Tented Camp
Masai Mara National Reserve
Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River on the northern border of the Masai Mara game reserve. Due to its central location all areas of the park are accessible during game drives. Accommodation is in chalets or permanent en-suite safari tents. The camp has two bars, a main dinning room, an open-air dining area and tree house coffee deck. Also available is a video room, guest lecture facilities, swimming pool and curio shop. In the evenings Masai dancers entertain and for those interest in the local culture a naturalist gives talks and slide presentations on the local Masai and their way of life. Masai Morans (warriors) will accompany clients on game walks to enjoy the openness and beauty of the reserve by foot at a small charge. Hot Air Balloon company, Adventures Aloft, are based at Fig Tree Camp and offer daily departures where at the end of the flight a

Governors Camp (Little)
Masai Mara National Reserve
The adventure starts even before you reach this intimate camp. First have to cross the Mara River by boat followed by short walk through the riverine forest to reach Little Governors which is located around a watering hole. Established in 1976 the camp has just seventeen tents tucked away amongst the trees. From every verandah the view changes constantly with the myriad of wildlife coming to drink at the watering hole. All en-suite tents are spacious, comfortable, tastefully decorated have their own private verandah. In keeping with safari tradition lighting is by gas and kerosene lanterns, or by candlelight. As dusk falls, the flickering lights in the forest make the Camp a peaceful and atmospheric place. Meals are served outdoors during the day and in the candle lit dining which overlooks the waterhole by night.

Governors Camp (Main)
Masai Mara National Reserve
Created in 1972 and situated on the banks of the Mara River in the west of the Masai Mara Game Reserve Governors has taken special care to preserve an atmosphere in which todays’ travelers can share the same elemental landscape that inspired Hemmingway and magnetised adventurer the World over. The camp has 37 en-suite guest tents which are set amongst the trees with gas and paraffin lamps for lighting. All guest facilities are under canvas and keep the authentic, traditional safari atmosphere. The dining tent, campfire and the bar tent are the centre of the camp. Next to the reception is a small gallery with local paintings and handcrafts as well as a small souvenir shop. Breakfast and lunch are served buffet style, alfresco. Dinner is served in the dining tent. For dinner the menu offers a choice of four courses, including a choice of main courses. A traditional campfire is

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