Saruni Camp is situated in a private conservation area outside the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, one of the most incredible wildlife parks in Africa. Saruni is small and offers a personal safari experience catering for only 12 guests at a time. The nearby Campi Ya Tembo caters for only six guests. The camp offers a private location in a beautiful valley in the heart of the African bush. Apart from witnessing the spectacular annual migration of wildebeest, guests can interact with local Maasai people and learn about their culture and warm hospitality.
The Masai Mara in Kenya is the most legendary of Africa's reserves. Predators such as lions, cheetah and leopard prey on the large numbers of gazelle, wildebeest and zebra that graze on the Mara plains. It is however the black-maned Mara lion who is the star of the show. Elephant, buffalo, kongoni, topi, waterbuck and primates are can also be found on in the wide green gold savannahs of the Masai Mara. The Masai Mara is also home to the northern end of the wildebeest migration and thousands of wildebeest, zebra and antelope sweep in from Tanzania's Serengeti. These herds are tracked by large predators who pick off the weak, young and stragglers. The migration pass along the Mara River, shoving and pushing just waiting for the first animal to cross so they can complete the final leg of their journey. All while crocodiles lie in wait for their best meal of the year. Large herds of resident elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo and impala live in Saruni's secret valley. The area around the camp is ideal for walking, bird watching and observing wildlife. Long after the massive herds of wildebeest and zebra have passed, the plains are still home to an abundant of wildlife.
Karen Blixen Camp is set on the bank of the Mara River in a private concession adjoining the reserve. It enjoys open access, but also privacy within the concession. Zebras, elephants and hippos drink from the river throughout the day offering superb game viewing.
Cottars 1920's Camp is an exclusive and private concession between the Masai Mara and Serengeti National Park. It is a good camp to see the migration as it enters and exits the Masai Mara - between July and October.
Little Governors' Camp was built in 1976 around a small waterhole that teems with wildlife and birds. It has a prime location in the Masai Mara, originally being the favourite safari location of Kenya's governors.
Olonana Tented Camp is a luxurious camp situated in a private area of the Mara River at the foot of the Siria Escarpment. The tents offer beautiful views overlooking the Mara River playing host to an abundance of wildlife.
The award-winning, eco-friendly Porini Lion Camp offers a unique opportunity to take guided walks with Maasai Warriors and experience day and night game drives within the Olare Motorogi Conservancy
Il Moran Camp is situated along the banks of the Mara River in the heart of the Masai Mara, perfectly positioned for the migration. The camps' tents line the winding banks of the river, with the best game viewing right on your doorstep.
This 4 night introductory tour allows you to explore the famous Masai Mara migration in Kenya from July to October and enjoy fantastic game viewing all year round.
Spend 10 nights in pure African luxury on this romantic bush and beach safari tour. Your time will be split between 2 game viewing regions and the pristine, untouched Mombasa coastline