Mara

The grasslands, rivers and mountain backdrop of the Mara are a spectacularly open and rolling canvas for one of the greatest game arenas in the world. Many people time their visit to coincide with the annual migration—rainfall and the availability of grazing trigger three million ungulates to migrate across the Serengeti Mara Ecosystem.  It is undoubtedly one of the great natural wonders of the world, and nowhere is it more spectacular than in the Mara, where the animals gather from July to October. At this time, the vast herds are not only in enormous concentrations, but they are forced to cross rocky and crocodile-infested rivers.

Angama Mara

This is surely one of the most beautiful lodges in Kenya. It means suspended in mid air and is perched on the cliffs overlooking the plains of the Mara.


Cottar’s 1920s Camp

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Governors Camps

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Kicheche

Kicheche Mara Camp is a classic tented camp hidden in a beautiful acacia valley overlooking the Olare Orok.


Mara Explorer Camp

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Mara Plains

Part of the stable owned by National Geographic and run by film makers Derick and Beverly Joubert, this lodge ticks all the boxes.


Porini Lion Camp

From this tented camp, photographers can enjoy the best of the Masai Mara’s game-viewing, including river crossings, migration and spectacular predators


Rekero

This traditional East African tented camp is perched above the mighty Talek River. The sweeping views over the plains and river are spectacular. 


Topi House

Perfect for small groups or families, Topi House is designed to be your very own private bush home in the middle of Africa’s greatest ecosystem.