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Let me begin by saying that I have been going to Kenya often for the past 22 years and have been on many safari's. Because this was the peak season, the camps that I have stayed in the past were all full, so in searching...More
As the title says this is really a little bit of Eden in a most amazing location.
Nestled on the bank of the Mara river this secluded camp is out of the way and situated beautifully to see the river. The tents all face the...More
The camp is located at Talek River you can view the park seating at your veranda.Anyone looking for adventure,you will it.The guards are at watch during night.The best entrance gather is at Talek gate and even suitable for people who would like to fly as...More
I have always wanted to go to the Masai Mara. Not only was our trip a dream come true, it was an amazing adventure. Jay, our host, went out of her way to make our holiday an unforgettable one. The staff were friendly, the food...More
For someone that lives in Africa and is quite used to African Wildlife as well as hospitality, I cannot stress enough how amazing this particular holiday was!!
From the moment we arrived we were met with only but huge smiles and friendly faces. No request...More
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US$ 498 - US$ 986 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Rift Valley Province >
Masai Mara National Reserve
Also Known As
Mara Eden Safari Camp Kenya/Masai Mara National Reserve
The water boilers were heated through the use of firewood as far as I saw - they stressed that if there is accidentally no hot water to just come tell them instead of settling for a cold shower. In my experience it was very... More
The water boilers were heated through the use of firewood as far as I saw - they stressed that if there is accidentally no hot water to just come tell them instead of settling for a cold shower. In my experience it was very dependable and not reliant on weather (though constant heavy rain might interrupt the firewood burning, I believe).