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David Livingstone Safari Resort

David Livingstone Safari Resort, Masai Mara Game Park Hotels


Situated to the northeast of the Masai Mara National Reserve in the Koiyaki Lemek Wildlife conservancy, the David Livingstone Safari Resort can be found on a broad bend of the Mara River, home to many hippos. The lodge is set amidst 40 acres of tropical gardens and has a swimming pool where guests can relax between game drives. The bar enjoys views across the river where hippos and crocodiles wallow each day, so even when guests are not out on a game drive the local wildlife is still nearby! The restaurant serves a good selection of food and vegetarians are particularly well catered for. Rooms have basic furnishings and each one benefits from a verandah facing the Mara River. The lodge enjoys a relaxed atmosphere with friendly staff and in a superb setting.


David Livingstone Safari Resort epitomizes gracious living and offers great value for money. The famous Hippo Bar and Pool side Terraces provide the most pleasant natural ambiance during the day for relaxing and soaking up the hot sun in

friendly Kenyan atmosphere. Our swimming pool, long stretch of gardens, river banks are all an ideal venue for weddings, receptions, cocktails, dinner parties, activity planning and more. The hotel enjoys a one kilometre private river stretch on the banks of the famous Mara river.

Royal Mara Safari Lodge

Royal Mara Safari Lodge, Maasai Mara Tented Camps


The Royal Mara Safari Lodge is situated directly on the wildebeest "Great Migration" route, near the two world famous wildebeest migration Mara River crossing points and near Leopard Gorge, all made internationally known by the BBC's Big Cat Diary television program. Our tented lodge and camp is located on the popular Hippo Bend Lagoon of the Mara River, amongst several elephant, buffalo and giraffe herds, and with close proximity to several lion prides, including the "Maternity", Musiara Marsh, "Aitong", and Ridge prides. Given the position of our camp in the richest game section of the Masai Mara, the Western Masai Mara, our camp guests are in the best location to most readily discover the Big Five mammals. Thousands of wildlife documentaries and countless millions of photographs stand testament to this timeless corner of the world.

Royal Mara Camp

Accommodation and facilities:

Our accommodations are a blend of the classic tented safari camp with the amenities of a lodge facility - the result is an exclusive luxury tented lodge and camp like nothing else in Africa. All accommodations are equipped with four-poster super king and double size beds, elegantly hand-carved solid wood furnishings and full en-suite bathrooms. We have hosted many couples and honeymooners with great success - our location, accommodations and setting in the Masai Mara safari environment make for a beautiful, romantic retreat. Royal Mara camp guests are spoiled as they sunbathe in our open veranda chaises longes, dine along the river frontage of the camp as hippos wallow in the nearby river, and experience elegant haute cuisine on their own unique wilderness safari.

A Tent at Royal Mara Cam,p Inside A Luxury Tent

Mara Serena Lodge

Mara Serena Lodge, Maasai Mara National Park


Hotel description:

Perched on the saddle of a hill, the Mara Serena Safari Lodge has one of the most spectacular views imaginable across the vast plains, forests and rivers that make up the Masai Mara – one of the world’s richest wildlife sanctuaries. It is on this very terrain that the annual migration takes place when millions of zebra, wildebeest and gazelle cross the plains below, on their way to the rich new grasses of the Serengeti. This is a spectacle that should be witnessed at least once in a lifetime. The hotel has been designed to mirror a traditional Masai village or Manyatta and all the guest rooms are located in individual domed huts grouped in a circular manner. The furnishings of each room have been inspired by traditional Masai art and each one has a private balcony with views that stretch over the vast African landscape.

Hotel facilities:

The all-time favorite, Breakfast by the Hippo Pool, a range of bush dinners, sundowners at one of the Mara’s many vantage points, private picnics, lunch boxes and specialist cultural entertainments; Express check-in/out facilities; Full housekeeping services (laundry, valet, babysitting on request, children’s menus/dining shoeshine etc); Hairdryer available on request from the Reception Desk; Full medical back-up and emergency evacuation facilities; Extensively stocked Africana Gift Shop; Beauty therapy and massage services; Swimming pool, nature walks, bird watching, balloon safaris and game drives; Forex facilities; A wide range of board games; 2 Game Drives daily (in 6-person Land Cruisers with radios and hatch-tops).

Dining: The traditional safari-styled dining room overlooks the Lodge's action-packed water hole and features a vibrant bar area, a relaxed candlelit atmosphere and menu choices that include a broad selection of imaginative and traditional safari favorites.

Mara Sopa Lodge

Mara Sopa Lodge, Maasai Mara National Park


Hotel Description:

Located on the slopes of Oloongams Hills, it is one of the first lodges to be built in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Guests are drawn to this lodge built in an ethnic design, surrounded by a rich landscape, covered in fauna, from huge desert cacti to sweet smelling jasmine flowers, all within the fabled Masai Mara game reserve.


  • ·          Parking
  • ·          Resident naturalist
  • ·          Gift shop
  • ·          Laundry
  • ·          Swimming pool
  • ·          Evening turn down service
  • ·          Baby sitting
  • ·          Visit to Masai village
  • ·          Guided nature walks
  • ·          Bird watching
  • ·          Mountain climbing
  • ·          Archery
  • ·          Walking safari
  • ·          Masai cultural talks
  • ·          Balloon safaris
  • ·          Foreign exchange

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