Mara Bush Houses
Mara Bush Houses is a group of three luxurious, safari houses situated in the Masai Mara of Kenya. The houses offer beautiful views over a waterhole and one of the houses are located close to the migration route.
Mara Bush Houses Highlights
Topi House is known as ‘The Bush Home’ and it’s ideal for bush picnics and sundowners. The house is located directly on the wildebeest migration route and is known for the best viewing point to experience masses of wildlife right in front of its door. Acacia House is raised above the waterhole, where wildlife can often be spotted drinking water.
- Mara Bush Houses is made up of three houses; Mara House, Acacia House and Topi House.
- Mara Bush House is located in the Masai Mara where the annual migration takes place.
- The bush houses are ideal for couples, families and a small group of friends.
- Topi House is located directly on the wildebeest migration route.
Mara Bush Houses Game Viewing and Activities
A wide range of activities are on offer for guests, including walking, day and night game drives, bush picnics and sundowners and visits to the local village. The houses also offer the perfect viewing point to spot wildlife as they often come to drink water at the waterhole and the wildebeest migration route is located close by. The great migration takes place every year between July and October where over 1 million wildebeest and thousands of zebra pass through the area. Guests are able to witness the spectacular river crossings and the predator activity during the annual migration. Among the popular animals, are the more rare species spotted on game drives, including the caracal, wild dog and the rhino. As guests visit the local community, they are introduced to the natural guardians, the Masai locals, of the Masai Mara area. Game drives are accompanied by armed rangers who teach guests about the environment, fauna and flora. Guests and rangers track wild animals together and guests learn the sounds of the birds and wildlife passing on messages to one another.