Ol Seki Mara
Ol Seki Mara Camp Location: Eastern Koiyaki, Masai Mara, Southern Kenya
No of rooms: 8 (6 Nina tents & 2 suites)
Style: Extraordinary raised tents with lavish designs and exceptionally comfortable furnishings
Highlights: All year round excellent game viewing, no people
Dining: Meals eaten together in the main area, dinner in your tent, or candlelit dinners in the Ndorobo caves.
Ol Seki Mara Camp is located far from the madding crowds of the Mara reserve, but has an abundance of resident game, which is just yours to see. The tents are some of the most luxurious in Kenya, raised on platforms with sensational views and stylish colonial furnishings.
Each uniquely designed bedroom tent remains completely hidden from the next, providing every client with the utmost privacy and seclusion. The abundance of wildlife in the Koiyaki area allows guests to enjoy big 5 game viewing in a pristine and untouched surrounding away from the hustle of mass tourism.
Ol Seki Mara Camp has two types of tents – the traditional Nina tents are unique with round tents and modern architecture combining to make a stylish and comfortable abode, perfect for a very luxurious safari experience. Each tent is totally private, and cannot be seen by any of the other tents – the front of each Ol Seki tent opens to reveal a 270 degree view of the Masai Mara. Ol Seki Mara Camp also has two, two bedroomed private suites.
The camp boasts an extensive library, giving guests the perfect opportunity to read whilst overlooking the Koiyaki plains. Activities here include day and night game drives in luxury 4×4 safari vehicles, guided game walks, sundowners, visits to the local school and local guiding school, and local Il Ntorobo talk and demonstration (on site), as well as hot air balloon safaris.
Ol Seki Camp is a member of Ecotourism Society of Kenya and makes every effort to maintain sustainable and responsible tourism, by working closely with the local community. They have been awarded the Silver Ecotourism Award in response to their commitment to the community and the environment.Show Less