The Sarova Mara Camp is set on an elevation surrounded by two streams and hidden amidst wide gardens with manicured lawns and exotic flowers. Facilities include a dining area that has internal and external seating and two bars, one internal with a fireplace and the other near the poolside. There is a swimming pool and curio shop. There are three tents which can be used to seat up to 300 conference delegates.
The camp consists of 75 tents, of which three are permanent triple rooms. All rooms have 24-hour electricity and a private en suite bathroom with a shower and hot and cold running water. Game drives are done in a four-wheel drive vehicle, and bush dining and sundowners are offered. Evening entertainment includes two resident guitarists who play by the fireside and traditional Masai dancers. Balloon safaris can be arranged at an additional cost.
The Great Wildebeest Migration is what the Masai Mara National Reserve (and the Serengeti National Park) are famous for. But this obscures the fact that the game viewing is out of this world, at any time of the year! The plains are filled with a smattering of antelope and predators roam at will - it is one of the few places in the world where you can spot the Big Five and more before lunch. There are some things money cannot buy - and many of them are in Masai Mara!