Fly Me To The Mara
Spoil yourself with an unforgettable Masai Mara wildlife experience and enjoy complimentary flights between Wilson Airport and the Masai Mara.
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In the foothills of the scenic Oloololo Escarpment, the rim of the Great Rift valley.
Seasonal views of the great Migration, including river crossing .
Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp boasts 12 luxury tents and 28 superior tents, all of which give out onto magnificent views over the open grasslands or the shady forest surrounding the Sabaringo River. The superior tents feature beautiful Maasai-inspired interiors that showcase a simple and contemporary use of local materials. Oversized beds are perfectly positioned to make the most of the views, while stained cypress wood furniture combine with tribal decorative elements.
Situated in a private concession therefore able to do bush walks and night drives. Sensitive off-road driving practices allow for close interactions with the wildlife. Frequent sightings of bushbuck and warthog on the camp grounds.
Exceptional wildlife sightings thanks to the wide open spaces and the openness of the Mara.
Wildebeest, kongoni, topi, large herds of elephant, buffalo, giraffe, black-maned lion, cheetah and massive crocodiles in the Mara River.
Blessed with an astounding year-round concentration of animals and site of the Great Wildebeest Migration,
Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve provides an unsurpassed wildlife experience. Kichwa Tembo private concession, which neighbours the Masai Mara, meaning ‘head of the elephant’ in KiSwahili,
consists of private land leased from Maasai landlords and is situated in the remote western Mara.
In addition to its the excellent year-round concentration of wildlife, Kichwa Tembo lies directly in the path of Africa’s spectacular Great Migration.
Steeped in the aura of classical safari, the recently refurbished andBeyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp boasts 12 luxury tents and 28 superior tents, all of which give out onto magnificent views over the open grasslands or the shady forest surrounding the Sabaringo River.The generously sized swimming pool is set among the trees and surrounded by lush lawns and spectacular views. Opening up onto incredible Masai Mara views, the guest areas feature cosy split-level spaces decorated in a palette of stone and taupe. Celebrating the romance and nostalgia of the Mara, a double-storey bar and lounge area feature oversized windows with spectacular panoramas. The split-level dining area has been designed around an interactive kitchen and vegetable garden, making food an integral part of the safari experience.