stamp3Why photographers love Rekero Camp

This traditional East African tented camp is perched above the mighty Talek River. The sweeping views over the plains and river are spectacular.  The cherry on top is the warm hospitality of their team and excellent guiding. Rekero is owned and run by the Beaton Family who have been in Kenya for many years and is well positioned for crossings and predators, including leopards. Hippos grunt in the pools below while guests dine alfresco on the lawns and often see and hear crossings right outside the camp. This blissful location means that fantastic game viewing can continue, even when relaxing in camp. It has a great team of staff, and the high number of return guests reminds me that this is indeed a very special camp.

How we rate Rekero Camp

Accommodation  starstarstarstar 
Guiding starstarstarstar to star
Wilderness starstarstar 
Dining starstarstarstar
Proximity to crossings starstarstarstar

Rekero Camp at a glance

There are 9 spacious tents including two family tents. These are classic styled with en suite bathrooms and hot showers. The dining area is gracious with candles, and the food and service are great. An excellent viewing deck overlooks a crossing point. The camp runs on solar and generator power.

The concession

Rekero is situated within the Masai Mara and is one of the closest camps to the main crossing point. It’s inside the national reserve.

The seasons

Peak season is from July to September for crossings.

What Rekero Camp costs

The rates start from $750 a night.

Photographers need to know

You will be close to crossings, which is great news. At other times of the year, this quiet and well-positioned camp has excellent game.

The good news

Rekero is a Mara favourite with excellent crossing right in front of camp. The camp prides itself on the standard of its guides, many of whom are silver rated.