Mara Wildebeest Camp

Details

Details of Mara Wildebeest Camp

TENTS:

15 tents made up of twins, doubles and triples and one honey mooners tent.

All tents have hot showers, WC, Zip up front and a front veranda all under the canopy of African makuti.

Lighting:provided by a high powered three phase generator that will allow you recharge your cameras and mobile phones

Short Overview

Mara Wildebeest Camp is situated within the Masai Mara Eco-system and on the banks of Ololaimutia River which is a watering point for most of the wild animals expecially elephants, buffalos, antelops etc 20 Kms from Keekrok Air Strip, 15 Kms from Sekenani Gate, 2Kms from Ololaimutia Gate and 230kms from Nairobi.

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