Situated in a picturesque forest at the border of the Lemek and Mara North private conservancies, this Hemingway-style tented camp is a tranquil bush retreat ideal for those yearning to reconnect with nature. The combination of just three tents, exclusive-use 4x4 access and expert Maasai guides makes for a truly memorable African safari.
The area has a thriving resident population of elephant, giraffe, buffalo as well as leopard and classic Masai Mara plains game. Game viewing in the Mara North and Lemek Conservancies rivals that of Masai Mara National Park with the bonus that you are unlikely to see any other vehicles, and night drives are permitted which could lead to encounters with elusive species such as genet and white-tailed mongoose.
Track animals and learn specialised bush skills passed down from generations of Maasai warriors. Walking safaris individually tailored to your interests and fitness level take you through the forests, springs and mountains of this pristine wilderness.
Make a Positive Impact Through Travel
Saruni believes in the ethical creation of wealth. This is the way forward for Africa, and for conservation: the protection of wildlife and nature based on the distribution of income and jobs to its stakeholders. This is why they are proud to be among the founding members of Mara North Conservancy (MNC) and to be part of Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) – two leading community-run conservation organizations in Kenya, which demonstrate the vital connection between communities, conservation and wildlife, a relationship fueled by tourism.