Masai Mara


The Mara Serena Safari Lodge is located on a hill in the heart of the Masai Mara, near the Mara River with fantastic panoramic views over the grassy plains. The nearby waterhole is visited by numerous animals. Magnificent view! Even from the pool you can overlook the breathtaking landscape, which is home to wildlife such as grass eaters, elephants, big cats and many more.
Game drives are carried out with vehicles and local drivers of the camp!



The center of the North Conservation Masai Mara Reserve in the middle of the bush are the 20 luxurious tents directly on the Mara River, which meanders around the camp. The flowing waters surrounded by wild animals and large groups of hippos forms a magical idyll.
Tent chalets are built on wooden platforms directly above the bank of the Mara River and offer the perfect view! The communal area is the restaurant, a cozy lounge, the large panoramic terrace, the pool with sundeck and loungers and a spa area with sauna. Game drives are carried out with vehicles and local drivers of the camp!
Optional night game drives, hikes, village tours, bush breakfast and bush dinner, as well as balloon rides.


Amidst the beautiful scenery of the Masai Mara Reserve on the banks of the Mara River is the luxurious Governors Camp. Traditional safari ambience, personal style, consistently high quality and first-class care characterize this outstanding safari camp. A classic dining tent, bar tent and fireplace are at the center of the complex. Breakfast and lunch are served al fresco, dinner in the restaurant tent. 38 comfortably equipped tents in the beautiful safari style are ready for the friends of the original Africa in beautiful nature by the river. In this environment, you can still breathe the atmosphere of bygone days of Hemingway!
Game drives are carried out with vehicles and local drivers of the camp!


The lodge is located adjacent to the Maasai Mara Game reserve, 3 km from Sekenani gate.
The extensive savanna grassland in between the rolling hills hosts a large variety of wild animals. Every year about 2.5 million wildebeests and hundred thousands of zebras wander through the Masai Mara between the months of June and October on their Great Migration between the Serengeti National park in Tanzania and Masai Mara in Kenya.
This spectacle has recently been declared the 7th natural world wonder. Masai Mara is a permanent home to lions, leopards, cheetahs, black rhinos, elephants, buffaloes, hippos, crocodiles, giraffes, antelopes and around 400 species of birds among many others.

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