The Maasai Mara in southwestern Kenya provides tourists one of the Greatest Wildlife Reserves in all of Africa. Stay at the Mara Plains Camp to enjoy the incredible wildlife and natural beauty that Kenya offers.
Mara Plains Camp is a safari experience in Kenya that should not be missed. Developed by the Great Plains Conservation, the African camp takes advantage of the area’s incredible wildlife numbers, in addition to one of the highest densities of predators found anywhere else in the world.
Maasai Mara reserve is split by the mighty Mara River, which runs north to south. The Mara River is the home to numerous crocodiles and hippos. During the impressive, annual migration, one can see over a million wildebeest plus hundreds of thousands of zebras try to cross the Mara. The stunning images have been captured and shown on various media channels.
Taking after the very successful Zarafa Camp in Botswana, Mara Plains Camp follows suit with many of the same design values and ethics that has made Zarafa very successful.
Mara Plains Camp consists of only seven tents and is located among the trees of the Ntiakatek River. It overlooks the plains of the scenic Maasai Mara Reserve, in addition to the 35,000 acre, private Olare Motorogi Conservancy. Staying here is a true VIP experience.
Designed by CEO of Great Plains Conservation, Dereck Joubert and his wife who is the renowned photographer Beverly Joubert, Mara Plains Camp is a stunning accomplishment. Much care and planning was done to ensure the ultimate enjoyment of its guests, along with minimizing any impact to the Maasai Mara ecosystem and its abundant wildlife.
But don’t think you are roughing it in an old style camping tent. The Mara Plains camp was carefully designed and built to be your “home away from home.” It’s VIP luxury travel all the way with luxury amenities aplenty. Step back in time and feel like you are participating in a high-end 1800’s safari expedition.
The wooden floors at Maasai Mara Camp are over 70 years old and recycled from old African railroad ties. The luxury decor features deep reds and purples that are meant to honor the area’s great Maasai chiefs and warriors. The gorgeous furniture consisting of deep leather, brass and copper represent the region’s colonial exploits.
The wildlife is what draws visitors each year to Kenya. You’ll receive top notch safari hospitality, plus participate all day game drives in custom–designed open vehicles and bush walks.
Each guest tent at Maasai Mara Camp includes a complimentary set of professional Canon camera and lenses in addition to a pair of Swarovski 42×10 HD binoculars to be used during a guest’s stay.