Last minute private house in the Mara. And two of Kenya’s most stylish and authentic small safari camps offering 4 nights for the price of 3.
For a country that many would credit with inventing the concept of safari as we know it, Kenya remains remarkably little known to most, beyond the obvious hotspots.
It’s well known for the exceptional game-viewing in the Mara, but even here the lesser-visited conservancies manage to offer superb game viewing without crowd-control problems. The truth is Kenya is one of the most rewarding places in Africa to visit if you’re looking to combine pristine wilderness with stylish and relaxed safari camps.
It also makes for one of the best places for a family safari – most Kenyans love nothing more than to indulge their inner-child and are better than most at dreaming up activities to keep children fizzing with excitement. If you’re thinking of getting away last minute, then think about The House in the Wild - a stunning private home on a 1000 acre private estate, Naretoi, on the edge of the Maasai Mara. There's a week of late availability here in early August - ask us for details of this
Meanwhile a couple our favourite camps – Offbeat Mara and Offbeat Meru - are offering specials for the rest of this year; stay for 4 nights, but pay for 3. Now is an excellent time to get out and see what Kenya has to offer.
Combine the sensational game viewing in the Mara North Conservancy (an area of 74000 km2 far from other camps and lodges) with a few days exploring Meru National Park. Contact us for further details of these and other offers to Kenya
Posted by: Alex