| 15 tents are extra spacious and have more exclusive interiors.
Sarova Mara Game Camp has a restaurant, a bar (there are performances in the evenings),
a lodge garden with a swimming pool, conference facilities for up to 80 people, and
massage. The lodge is enclosed by an electric fence.
The lodge offers game
drives in the park.
This is of interest mainly to guests arriving by air; if you arrive by road, you will
probably do game drives in your own vehicle. You can also book balloon
More about Masai Mara
Masai Mara (sometimes referred to as 'the Mara') is one of the prime parks in
East Africa. It is home to a great number of animals and to many different species,
including the Big
Five. Masai Mara's main attractions may be the migration,
present in the park during August to October, and its many lions. Other classic safari
animals often seen are cheetahs, crocodiles, hippos, giraffes and elephants. The birding
is good, and many birds of prey may be seen.
The Masai Mara landscape is known for its huge undulating plains, crossed by a few major
rivers. In the south, the park borders Serengeti
Masai Mara is situated in a part of Kenya dominated by the Maasai
tribe. Maasai warriors and villages may be seen en route when travelling to the park.
Most lodges and camps in the area arrange visits to such villages.
Masai Mara offers good game viewing all year round, but you may want to avoid April
and May, which are usually wet and rainy. The prime time is August to October, when
the migration is present, adding vast herds of wildebeest and zebras to the resident
Wildlife around the lodge
Sarova Mara Game Camp is fenced, so you can't expect much wildlife within the lodge
area. You may see monkeys and dikdiks, and of course birds.