- Type:Luxury Hotel
- Summary:Front row seats to the great migration
- Feature:Take a guided tour to a local Maasai village
- Rooms:12 Tents
- Location:Maasai Mara ,
- Nearest airport:Wilson Nairobi Airport
Location and transfer
Transfer from Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta Airport to Wilson Domestic Airport (30 minutes by road) for a one-hour flight to the Mara North Airstrip, then approximately 45 minutes' drive from the airstrip to Mahali Mzuri.
Visas are required for entry into Kenya.
Visitors can apply online, via the ecitizen website, prior to travel.
NB: From 1 September 2015, the electronic method will be the only way to apply for a Kenya visa.
There are six fixed tents situated either side of the main area, the furthest tent is no more than a five-minute walk away. Two of the tents are Family Tents. Each tent is en suite and set on a raised platform with large furnished decks offering stunning views across the Mara landscape.
During your stay you may be treated to any one of a number of carefully selected dining options – dinner may be served at the glass table suspended over a grand tree stump in the dining tent, or it might be a bush barbecue, you might also enjoy Champagne picnics or sundowners on the African plains. Wherever you dine, you can select from menus comprising African and International dishes made from locally sourced produce.
Children aged from 8 years and over are welcome in camp and are able to join their parents on game-drives. However, only children over the age of 12 years can accompany their parents on game-walks.
Health & Fitness
Nasaro - which literally means 'refuge' or 'relaxation' in Maa - is located near the valley floor, providing a uniquely intimate setting from where you can enjoy world-class pampering alongside some of the most stunning views of the Mara. Products from the Africology range, which capture the essences of Africa, are used to heal and rejuvenate.
You’ll spot a diverse range of wildlife and birdlife on your twice-daily game-drives (in open vehicles) and guided walks throughout the Motorogi and Olare Orok Conservancies, in particluar the topi (an antelope only native to this area), hippopotamus, warthogs and hyaenas.