Spacious tented accommodation, beautifully furnished with king sized, deep comfort beds. Full en suite facilities featuring waterfall showers. Private viewing decks, overlooking the Masai Mara, and others nestled within the ravine forest.
Indulge in the masterpieces created by our talented chefs, prepared with fresh produce from our own organic garden. Dine in our spacious restaurant with panoramic views, within the intimacy of your own private deck or even al fresco in the bush.
Unique to the Mara, the Lodge has specially adapted 6×6 Pinzgauer vehicles for game viewing within Masai Mara’s rich Wilderness Triangle. Enrich your visit with amazing activities, from walking safaris to cultural Maasai trips and balloon rides over the Mara.
Set on the Siria Escarpment, 1000ft above Kenya’s Masai Mara with breathtaking views over the Mara Triangle and Great Wildebeest Migration route. Here you will experience solitude and serenity. Exclusive access into the Masai Mara, via our private road.
“In a country of exceptional hospitality, this was exceptional”
5 of 5 stars Reviewed 3 weeks ago We chose this new resort on the basis of our stay the year before at their beach resort at their Indian Ocean Retreat. We were welcomed as if we were returning friends and the staff welcomed us into “their family”. The food was excellent, the view from our cabin overlooking the Mara was awe-inspiring and we had a great time throughout. Of course, the main reason to visit is for the wild-life. The Lodge uses six-wheeled, high, vehicles. These are well-suited to smoothing out the off-road terrain of the Mara. They would not be quite fast enough for the greater distances on-road in the Serengeti but are perfect for the Mara. As Sue said, “In the end, the quality of your guide determines the level of your experience.” Peter was enthusiastic, very knowledgeable about even individual animals on his patch and, of course, possessing the almost uncanny ability of the Masai people to spot animals at incredible distances. Some excursions can be quieter than others, depending entirely upon the movements of the animals. One quiet afternoon was followed by a mind-boggling (long) morning, on which we saw: A lioness just failing to catch a Topi, a gazelle seconds after birth, two white rhino shyly heading into the bush, a cheetah with 5 cubs, a white rhino in the open and two lions having a dispute over a kill. This serves to illustrate how important it is to make as many trips as possible, to maximise your chances to see such sights. We will return, for sure, in the next year or so. CeriLondon London