There are plenty of activities available at the camp. Twice-daily game drives as well as night drives offer the best opportunities to explore this game-rich region with frequent sightings of leopard, endangered black rhino, hippo, crocodile, elephant, kongoni, topi, buffalo, giraffe, cheetah, and over 450 bird species. A morning hot air balloon ride takes in the sunrise over the Maasai Mara’s swamps, rivers, and forests and is followed by a champagne breakfast. Guided bush walks explore one of three different paths while taking a closer look at the flora and fauna. Bush breakfasts, dinner, and sundowners are the perfect way to tempt the palate and the eyes. For a cultural visit, trips to local visits explore the way of life for the Maasai people and even visit the Maasai Craft Center for some locally made souvenirs.
The main lodge has split-level spaces and includes a cozy bar and spacious dining room serving delicious Pan-African fare. A rim-flow pool provides a respite from the heat of the day and breathtaking views of the Maasai Mara. The massage room offers relaxing treatments. While the Safari shop sells fine Kenyan handicrafts.