Naibor CampSeptember 8, 2021
Far removed from the most-visited parts of the Mara, Acacia House and Mara House overlook the popular Ol Chorro waterhole. The two houses share a pool and the barbecue areas are ideal for sundowners or long lunches.
Tucked away in the tranquil Ol Chorro Losoit Valley between the Lemek Hills – a haven for wild dog – the Mara Bush Houses are in the 30,000-hectare Mara North Conservancy, adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve in southwest Kenya. The two houses share a pool, and the barbecue areas are ideal for sundowners or long lunches. Inside each house, you’ll find an open-plan dining room and lounge with a log fireplace – perfect for when the temperature takes a slight dip in the evenings. Though not hosted, each house comes with a full team, including a chef, house manager, and your own private guide.
Inside each house, you’ll find an open-plan dining room and lounge with a log fire – perfect for when the temperature takes a slight dip in the evenings. Each house has three bedrooms; Mara House has three en suites, while Acacia has one en suite, a ground-floor bedroom with a shared bathroom, and an attic room that’s ideal for kids.
An exclusive private house which offers an excellent family safari experience in the Mara North Conservancy Area, Acacia House consists of two spacious double en-suite bedrooms with a third attic non-en-suite bedroom suitable for children.
Mara House features three spacious en-suite bedrooms, with a large and comfortable sitting and dining area complete with a fireplace, and a smaller den or office with a television and DVD player.
Credit Card Facilities
Day Game Drives
Elephant Research Base
Guided Bush Walks
Excursions to Mount Ololokwe
Helicopter Scenic Flights