Basecamp Explorer Masai Mara is located along the banks of the Talek River and uses a variety of eco-friendly practices including solar power and recycling of waste materials. The local Masai community is also very involved at the lodge, and you'll have the opportunity to get to know more about their traditions and cultures on village visits and through interactions with your Masai guide.
Safari Camps and Lodges in Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Sentrim Mara Camp is located Ngama Hills in the North Eastern edge of the Masai Mara game reserve. The Ngama Hills can be seen from very far when inside the Masai Mara and, therefore, they are very prominent national reserve landmarks, which makes this lodge very unique.
Fig Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Talek River in Masai Mara National Reserve (Kenya) and offers both luxury tents and chalet accommodation. Fig Tree Camp has 10 presidential tents built on a private wing of the camp.
Fig Tree Camp is centrally located in the Masai Mara thus making all areas of the reserve accessible during game drives, including large sections of the Talek and Mara Rivers that are most dramatic during the annual wildebeest migration between July and September.
Mara Fig Tree Camp has 2 bars, a main dining room, an open air dining area, tree house coffee deck, video room, conference facilities, swimming pool and curio shop. The camp has a resident nurse and a clinic.
Activities to engage in while staying at the Mara fig Tree Camp include Game drives (Day and Night), local naturalist are available to give guest free lectures and slide presentations on the Masai Mara, Local Maasai dancers also entertain clients in the evening, Game Walks and Balloon Safaris.
Keekorok Lodge, 'motley abundance' in the Masai language, is located in the very heart of Masai Land. Keekorok Lodge is constructed on a beautiful eighty acre site surrounded by permanent springs and lush grassland, where during the migration the lodge is enveloped by a mass of animals.