Mara Bush Homes
Location: Mara North Conservancy and Olare Orok Conservancy Masai Mara
No of rooms: 3 private houses, 3 rooms in each
Style: Luxury private houses for those wanting exclusivity
Highlights: These lodges are homely and relaxing, you feel instantly welcome and they become a home from home.
Dining: Wherever you like – you will have a private chef
What’s the difference: Privacy in the bush is bliss – you will have a fully staffed house and an expert private guide all to yourself.
The Luxury Safari Company Award for: Best Home from Home.
These three private houses are ideal for families or groups of friends who want to get away from it all. They are very comfortable and homely, but not over the top. Your house comes fully staffed and includes everything. You will have a gourmet chef and expert guide at your disposal and can really relax here. There are three private houses:
Acacia House – Mara North Conservancy
This house is off the beaten track and it is the living spaces that dominate Acacia House beginning with a large, open-air verandah looking out over the famous Ol Chorro waterhole. There are two spacious double en-suite bedrooms and a third attic room, created specifically for younger guests. To the side of the house, raised above the waterhole, there is a pool and a barbecue area which provide a place to relax, dine and socialise between safari expeditions, particularly around sunset. This pool is shared with nearby Mara House.
Mara House – Mara North Conservancy
Mara House is designed to suit a couple, small group or family on safari. All the main living areas are at the front. These lead onto the verandah so all can enjoy the wonderful views down to the game rich waterhole. It is here and at the nearby pool (shared with Acacia House) that much of the day is passed when not out and exploring. The three double rooms are all ensuite and spacious living areas mean the group staying here have plenty of indoor as well as outdoor space.
Activities at Mara and Acacia Houses include:
Fly camping can be done from nearby Naboisho Camp
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