Mahali Mzuri Masai Mara, Kenya

Located in a private conservation area -the Olare Motorogi in the Masai Mara - approximately an hour's flight due west of Nairobi, the camp lies right in the heart of the wildlife-rich plains and the migration path (July-October), ensuring wildlife aplenty, with a high chance of spotting the stars of the show.

It is the ultimate glamping, with beautiful tents nestling under thatched bow roofs, all looking out over the plains to a small river. You eat in a styling dining tent, open sides to a verandah and view or under the stars, listening to the sounds of the night and eating by firelight.

We have a stay 3 pay 2 offer for stays until 7 April and a 4 for 3 offer for stays until 15 June 2017 - more details under Safari Specials.

Nearby Attractions

The Masai Mara

Similar Properties

Mara Plains Camp

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Mahali Mzuri
Attractions

Facilities

The 12 luxury tents have wooden floors, an en-suite bathroom, plenty of living space and a lovely raised patio with views over the surrounding bush and wildlife. There are six tents located on either side of the Main Tent, each reached by a walkway. The furthestis still only a 5 minute walk from the Main Tent. Ten  are designed to sleep two adults and all can be split, if necessary, into twin beds. Two tents are configured to accommodate two additional guests.

For a small camp there are surpisingly luxurious facilities including a dining room, comfortable sitting room and bar. There is also a lovely 12-metre infinity pool with a sunbathing deck and the Nasaro spa treatment room offering a range of treatments.

Activities

Twice daily, you'll hop into a 4x4 Land Cruiser with your experienced guide and explore the wild beauty of the 13,500 hectares of game land. This is a truly intimate experience with uninterrupted views of the animals, plus drinks on hand to toast the sunrise or sunset. You can also take guided bush walks to learn more about the plants and their medicinal properties, as well as getting a closer look at the smaller animals and insects that Africa is famous for.