Mara House is our most recent addition to our collection of private safari houses. Located in the same valley as Acacia House this three bedroom bush home is designed to suit a couple, small group or family on safari.
Designed to reflect the success of both Topi
houses we have once again placed with all the main living areas at the front. These lead onto the verandah so all can enjoy the wonderful views down to the game rich waterhole. It is here and at the nearby pool (shared with Acacia House)
that much of the day is passed when not out and exploring. The three double rooms are all ensuite and spacious living areas mean the group staying here have plenty of indoor as well as outdoor space. Your private team will prepare all meals to the usual high standard and will cater for bush picnics or lunches under the acacia trees by the pool.
Mara House comes with a full complement of well-trained and experienced staff at guests disposal including a chef, wildlife guide and house manager to ensure a seamlessly-run safari experience which delivers the very best the Mara has to offer. It is an opportunity to explore this wilderness from a private bush home in the company of your personal Masai guide on your own terms.
A fully qualified guide and vehicle will be on hand to assist with a wide range of
which include walking, day or night game drives and visits to local villages and trading centres. Game viewing is done primarily in the conservancies of Mara North, Ol Chorro and Lemek - an area of about 100,000 acres. Trips into the Reserve can be undertaken should guests wish to do so.
Mara House is situated in a secluded valley amongst the Lemek Hills in the game rich Mara North Conservancy. Daily scheduled flights operate into Ngerende and Mara North Airstrips from Wilson Airport and other areas of Kenya. Ngerende Airstrip is slightly closer, but the airstrip used depends on the airline.
Road transfers from Nairobi or camps within the Greater Mara Area can also be arranged. Driving time from Nairobi can be up to 5 hours and is not recommended.