Ol Seki Hemingways Mara
Set on a rocky promontory, overlooking the Isupukiai River Valley, our luxury Ol Seki Hemingways Mara camp enjoys panoramic views in a gorgeous wilderness area teeming with game on the Naboisho Conservancy north of the Mara Reserve. The area provides a rare opportunity to enjoy wildlife viewing in a pristine setting away from mass tourism. The oasis of inspired and beautifully designed tents is nestled amongst Cordia and Acacia trees attracting an abundance of wildlife and birds, many of which are seen from the tents in the valley below. Ol Seki Hemingways Mara is a partner with the Naboisho Conservancy thus involved in the management and major decision making process of the conservancy.
- Six light and roomy “Nina” tents each with a double and single bed with a changing room and ensuite bathrooms.
- Two “suited” family tents compromising two bedroomed tents and ensuite bathroom, either side of a private living/dining area. Guests staying in the suites will benefit from their own private kitchen and a dedicated team of staff for each unit. Each suite also has its own game viewing vehicle.
- Lighting is by generator, inverter and solar power. Phone and camera batteries can be charged in tents.
- Lock up trunk in each tent for valuables.
- Large sitting room tent
- Library tent
- Complimentary private dining on request
- Complimentary Wi-fi internet access
- Complimentary mineral water
- Complimentary laundry services
- Mobile phone networks
- Credit card facilities
- Shared game drives in 4x4 vehicles with knowledgeable guides, both during the day and at night in the Naboisho Conservation Area
- Game walks with an experienced guide
- Bush picnics, sundowners, bush dinners and star walks
- Visits to an ancient Ndorobo cave below the camp
- Game viewing from your private verandah, binoculars in hand and star gazing at night.
- Visits to the local and unspoilt enkangs (Masai villages)
- Visits to the Koiyaki Guiding School where skills of effective tourism and wildlife management and incentives to conserve the bio diversity of the area are taught.
- Shared game drives to the Masai Mara Game Reserve
- Masai Warrior spear throwing
- Bow and arrow making
- Traditional fire lighting
- Story telling by the camp fire by a Masai native
|Contacts:||Hemingways House, Karen Office Park - Langata Road
P. O. Box 146 - 00502 Karen, Nairobi
Tel: +254 20 2295 013 / 014 / 015