Ngerende Island Lodge
Ngerende Island Lodge offers luxury accommodation within the popular Masai Mara. The lodge can sleep up to 14 guests, providing contemporary designed suites. The lodge is the perfect location for weddings and honeymoons.
Ngerende Island Lodge Highlights
The Masai Mara Reserve is famous for its Big Cats. Apart from the big cats the Masai is famous for the world's greatest natural spectacle, the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti taking place from July to October. Ngerende Island Lodge is an ideal location for honeymooners. There is even a honeymoon suite which is isolated from the main lodge to provide extra privacy, having its own private plunge pool and Jacuzzi. The lodge can also accommodate guests who feel to tie the knot with their loved one. The lodge can take care of everything from the ceremony to the reception with accommodation for the bride and groom and up to 12 guests at the lodge or 8 guests at Ngerende in the Wild.
- Ngerende Island Lodge is located within the Masai Mara.
- The lodge is located on the banks of the Mara River.
- The Masai Mara is popular for its abundant wildlife.
- The famous annual Great Migration takes place at Masai Mara, where wildebeest and zebras migrate to better grazing plains.
- The lodge is ideal for weddings and honeymoons.
Ngerende Island Lodge Game Viewing and Activities
The Masai Mara boasts astonishing amount of game within the area. Game to be spotted are gazelle, wildebeest and zebra, who graze in large numbers, and where prey is found so are predators. The famous black-maned Mara lions are residents to the area, and can only be seen here. The reserve is also home to cheetah, elephant, kongoni, topi, Thompson's gazelle, waterbuck, hyena, and primates. Every year the Masai Mara hosts the world's greatest event, the Great Migration, where wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti mirgrate. From July to October the Mara plains attracts more than 1.3 million wildebeest together in a single massive herd. Activities at Ngerende Island Lodge focus on game-viewing. Game viewing is done by taking guests with specially designed 4x4 vehicles. Expert guides and spotters are all seasoned-professionals and have an eye for detail especially when looking for animals, birds and reptiles. Other activities include visits to the Rhino Sanctuary, bush breakfasts, visits to the local school, assisting in the tree planting initiative and star gazing.
Just a few kilometers downstream from its renowned sister camp, Mara Plains, is Mara Toto; perfectly positioned in a small bend in the Ntiakitiak River where thick forest meets savannah. A balanced blend of comfort, adventure and intimacy set this brand new camp apart from the many others in the Mara.