Found in the heart of the Masai Mara, Sala's Camp is ideally situated for taking in the spectacle of the Great Migration. The camp rests at the meeting point of two rivers and offers guests an exciting location for a luxury tented experience. With views off towards the Sand River and the Northern Corridor, guests will have prime position to watch the annual migration with almost 2 million wildebeest and zebra crossing from Tanzania to Kenya during the months of July through to September. Outside of the migration months, the area is still incredibly rich in wildlife, and guests can enjoy casual game viewing from the comfort of their tents.
The camp is small, with only 7 tents on offer and room for only 14 guests. Naturally intimate, Sala's Camp is ideal for those hoping to enjoy a quieter and more private experience of the Mara. Tents are large and well-furnished, with en-suite bathrooms that feature flush toilets and hot showers, either double or twin beds, and electricity provided by solar power. One tent is larger than the others and is ideal for families or honeymooners.
Meals are very tasty and home cooked, with candlelit dinners under the stars on offer for those seeking romance. Children are also well accommodated with friendly staff and kid's activities provided.
40 minutes from Nairobi by schedule or private charter into Keekorok airstrip. By road: A 4 hour drive from Nairobi to Narok Road, then towards Sekenani gate, past Keekorok, and on towards Roan Hill.
Game drives, bush walks, hot air balloon safaris and village visits.
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This place was our favourite. Everything about it was simply amazing. Storm was an incredible host and very personable. The staff (we made good friends with Georgie in particular) and our safari guide, Moses could not do enough for us. I cried upon leaving this place and I don?t think i?ll ever be able to truly express just how incredible it was.
Probably our best experience. Upgraded to the honeymoon/family tent (perhaps we paid for that?) which was amazing. Of course, what you get to witness is all luck, but we saw a python kill a warthog baby and a leopard take down a mature male Impala. Both up close and personal. More to your point, however, the guides and staff were exceptional and we loved it regardless of the sights we…
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