Mara North Conservancy

Mara North Conservancy is a beautiful private wilderness area of more than 74,000 acres. It is home to a spectacular array of plants, reptiles, birds and mammals; including elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah and large concentrations of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle and other migratory wildlife. Leopard Gorge, in the heart of the conservancy, is famous as the setting of countless BBC Big Cat Diaries and National Geographic documentaries. Bordering the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the conservancy is vital for sustaining the famous Serengeti wildebeest migrations and the highly threatened African wild dog and black rhino.

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andBeyond Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp

Kichwa Tembo is a larger luxury camp with 40 tents laid out in neat grounds, in a private concession bordering the Masai Mara. Tents are simple yet stylish, and look out onto shady forest or sweeping grasslands. Kenya’s top reserve offers exceptional game viewing all year round, and from July…

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Sanctuary Olonana Camp

Sanctuary Olonana has the perfect location overlooking a private stretch of the Mara River. The 14 oversized tents are extremely comfortable, and have parquet floors, four-poster beds and private verandas looking onto the hippo-dotted river. Game viewing is excellent at any time of year, and from around July to October…

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