Getting here is an adventure in itself, you first have to cross the Mara River by boat, then walk a short distance, escorted by armed guards, through the forest. Meals are of the usual superlative standards, served, as in true Governors’ style, outdoors during the day or in our candlelit dining tent.
All tastes or needs can be catered for, just let the camp know in advance. Come the evening it’s time for chilled drinks and tall tales around the blazing campfire. Then, finally, a delicious dinner and a hot-water bottle to keep you warm in bed. Hot Air Ballooning is with professional balloon pilots and offered daily, early morning in the Masai Mara Game Reserve followed by a champagne bush breakfast and game drive back to the camp (separate cost).
Intimate in character, there are just 17 tents tucked around a large watering-hole that teems with animal and bird life.
17 tents Each tent has an en suite bathroom, hot water, even bidets. In keeping with safari tradition lighting is by gas and kerosene lantern or candlelight. As dusk falls the flickering lights in the forest make the camp a uniquely peaceful and atmospheric place.
Facilities include an open bar and dining tent with view over the marsh, plains and escarpment. The curio shop and laundry service are open daily. Telephone, Fax and Email in camp.