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Masai Mara hotels and lodges

The Maasai Mara National Reserve lies in the Great Rift Valley, a fault line of some 3500 miles (5600km) long from Ethiopia’s Red Sea through Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi and Mozambique. There are some excellent safari lodges and camps in the Masai Mara National Reserve itself as well as the surrounding conservancies. See below for our collection of Masai Mara National Reserve Safari Lodges & Camps.

Cottar's 1920's Camp

Cottar’s 1920 Camp in Kenya lies on untouched exclusive property on the outskirts of the Maasai Mara Reserve. The lush remote area guarantees privacy, luxury and an abundance of wildlife. Read more.

Masai Mara Hotels And Lodges Cottars Camp

Ol Seki Camp

Surrounded by flat plains and green bush the view from Ol Seki Camp is spectacular. The camp is elevated on a rocky plateau allowing guests to see from horizon to horizon. Read more.

Masai Mara Hotels Lodges Ol Seki Camp

Olonana Tented Camp

Olonana is hidden away on a private stretch of the Mara River at the foot of the impressive Siria Escarpment lies the front door to all of Kenya. Read more.

Masai Mara Hotels Lodges Olonana Tented Camp

Governor's Camp

Nestled along the winding banks of the Mara River, Governor’s Camp is nestled in the forest along the winding banks of the Mara River with teeming birdlife, hippo and crocodile. It’s a pristine spot for wildlife lovers to vacation in style and comfort. Read more.

Masai Mara Hotels And Lodges Governors Camp

Naboisho Camp

The eight luxurious tented suites offer large screen windows to let the sights and sounds of the Kenyan wilderness flow over you every chance you get. Read more.

Masai Mara Hotels And Lodges Naboisho Camp

Rekero Camp

Overlooking a migration crossing point in the Masai Mara, Rekero offers a front row seat to some of the greatest spectacles of Africa. Read more.

Masai Mara Hotels And Lodges Rekero Camp
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Wolfe spent his youth on his scrambler in the Southern African wild, it was there where he developed a love for treacherous adventures, wildlife and the African bush. His decades of experience in African travel makes him uniquely equipped to guide International arrivals to the continent.

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