Mara Simba Lodge

Details

Details of Mara Simba Lodge

ROOMS: 84

The 84 guest rooms, arranged in clusters of 6 in each natural wood and stone Banda (4 rooms on the ground floor, 2 interconnecting rooms on the first floor) comprise 60 twin rooms, 12 double, 4 double+single and 8 triple rooms.

They all have ensuite showers, tiled bathrooms with natural granite and Twyfords, (UK) bathroom fittings. Each spacious room, which can easily accommodate an extra bed, opens onto its own private veranda with uninterrupted views across the river.

The general specification of the various rooms are as follows:

Double Room: 1 room double bed.


Double Room Extra
1 room with a double bed and an extra single bed.

Twin Room
2 single beds.

Triple Room
3 single beds

Tents also Available.

All the rooms have a magnificent view of the Talek river and the sorroundings from the veranddah. The rooms are big enough to add extra beds if required.

Other Services

  • Laundry facility available
  • Vehicles available for game drives
  • Workshop and petrol/diesel filling station available
  • Room service available. Childrens cots and meals are also available.

Short Overview

The Mara Simba lodge sits overlooking a dramatic bend on the bank of the Talek, a tributary of the Mara River, gently blending into the surrounding wilderness. Fom August to November a place to be to observe great migration spectacle!

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • In national parkIn national park
  • PoolPool

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