Hotels 1

David Livingstone Safari Resort

David Livingstone Safari Resort commands spectacular views in the Serengeti-Mara eco-system; it lines the Mara River on the edge of the Masai Mara Game Reserve and overlooks deep pools infested with hippos and crocodiles. Painted in traditional Masai red ochre and lit by hundreds of hurricane lamps, the lodge makes an immediate impression: guests are met by Masai warriors in full regalia. The lodge has piped hot water, electric light and comfortable beds.

The lodge's 80 en suite rooms all have views of the Mara River from their verandas. The world's biggest land migration passes the very gates. Wildebeest and zebra in search of grazing cross the plains and rivers under the eyes of ravenous lion and crocodile.

Keekorok Lodge

At the southern end of the Mara, right in the path of the annual migration of wildebeest and zebras path, lies Keekorok Lodge. There is always plenty of activity around the waterhole but during the migration, the lodge is enveloped by the swarming mass of animals. One need hardly venture from ground to game view. From the verandah and from Kiboko Bar, there is plenty to see. One unfortunate zebra met its end right in front of the dinning room, providing supper for a pride of hungry lions, and 'live' entertainment for enthralled guests at Keekorok.

Accommodation at Keekorok Lodge is in bungalows, single story blocks, and in comfortable shaded chalets. The liberal use of cedar wood, pink and gray sand river stone, and other indigenous building materials offset the green lawns and colorful bougainvillea. After a day in the fresh air, the excitement of game spotting, a refreshing dip in the swimming pool, and the ritual of sundowners by the roaring log fire in the lounge heralds an evening full of traditional Masai dancing, cultural or wildlife lectures and videos with yet another of those remarkable Keekorok dinners.

Sarova Mara Tented Lodge

Situated inside Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve, 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.

Facilities include game drives, ballooning, walking, culture, conference facility, photography and birding.

Mara Serena Lodge

Mara Serena Lodge is perched on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful plains of the Mara. The lodge encompasses the unique heritage and diversity of the Masai community. It's strategic location offers unrivalled game viewing. It has 74 luxury rooms and suites all air conditioned with separate bathe and shower, telephone, private balcony, satellite television, mini-bars and in-room safety locks.


Facilities include a swimming pool, 2 restaurants serving local delights and international dishes, bars, Masai dances, laundry services, modern fitness centre featuring aerobics and gym, flood lit tennis courts and a large pool in-front of the lodge for game viewing.

Mara Intrepids Club

Mara Intrepids club is a beautiful lodge located inside the Masai Mara game reserve. Mara Intrepids has 30 luxury tents furnished with custom milled African mahogany furniture, oversize four poster bed, en-suite bathroom with showers, running hot and cold water, flush toilets and electricity. Camphor decked dining room where formal candlelight dinner is served. Full English breakfast and buffet luncheons are served from gleaming chafing dishes under the dappled shade of trees.

Facilities include a swimming pool, 3 game drives a day, wildlife library, gift boutique, nature walks with resident club naturalist followed by a bush breakfast or a sundowner cocktail.

Mara Governors Camp

Mara Governors Camp is set in the best game-viewing area of the Masai Mara game reserve, the entire camp is under canvas with all the comforts of a five-star hotel. The setting is magical. So much so that almost a century ago it was reserved exclusively for Kenya's colonial Governors and their Royal visitors. It nestles in the forest along the winding banks of the Mara River, it's waters teeming with hippos and crocodile. It has 38 tents lining the riverbank, with uninterrupted views over the Mara River; others have views across the sweeping plains. Created in 1972 Governors' Camp set new standards in luxury for a tented camp. All tents have en-suit bathrooms with hot and cold running water and flushing toilets.

Facilities include The Original Governors Camp, The Little Governors Camp - intimate and secluded, The Governors Moran Camp - top of the range, The Governors Private Camp - exclusive and luxurious, The Mfangano Island Camp - beautiful and quiet and The Loldia House - peace and calm. The camp emphasizes enjoying the wild splendors of Africa in the highest possible style.

Group safaris

Air Safaris

Special Offers