Elephant Pepper Camp
Elephant Pepper Camp is a small luxurious safari camp located in a private concession in the northern Masai Mara. Between July and October, wildebeest and zebra cross the plains, migrating from the Serengeti.
Elephant Pepper Camp Highlights
Elephant Pepper Camp is located in the Koiyaki Community Conservation Area, a private concession area in the northern Masai Mara in Kenya. Being situated on the outskirts of the Masai Mara National Park ensures the camp can provide a more flexible safari activities in their open-sided vehicles and game walks. Between July and October, wildebeest and zebra cross the plains, migrating from the Serengeti. These animals are prey for lions, leopards and cheetahs, which abound in large numbers. The private concession ensures guests enjoy more exclusive and private game viewing, away from the large tourist groups.
- Small, luxurious tented camp
- Large honeymoon suite or family unit
- Very good safaris including walks and night drives
- Excellent food and all diets are catered for
- Eco-friendly property
Elephant Pepper Camp Game Viewing and Activities
A 500km round trip from the southern Serengeti to the northern edge of the Masai Mara National Reserve, the Great Migration is probably Africa's greatest wildlife spectacle and one of the world' s exceptional natural phenomena and one of the highlights of visiting Kenya. Migrants include 1.3 million wildebeest, 360 000 Thomson's gazelle, 191 000 zebra and 12 000 eland. They join the large resident populations of topi, impala, African buffalo, Grant's gazelle, kongoni, giraffe, zebra, warthog, waterbuck and elephant. Adding pathos and drama to the extraordinary spectacle are hungry lions, hyenas, cheetah, wild dogs, leopards and jackals.