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Kenya

Sala’s Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated in the southern corner of the grand Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Sala’s Camp offers the traditional setting of a tent camp with the amenities of a luxury hotel.

Dotted along the Sand River, the camp consists of 7 spacious, luxury canvas tents for up to 16 guests. Each tent is decorated in soft colors reflecting the hues of its natural surroundings and features polished wood floors. All rooms come with an en suite bathroom with hot showers, running water, and flush toilets as well as providing hand-made Kenyan toiletries, dressing gowns, and slippers. The Keerorok honeymoon suite can accommodate a family of four and comes with a private plunge pool. Its en suite bathroom is fitted with elegant brass and copper fixtures and a large copper bathtub. Similarly, the large Forest Luxury honeymoon tent has a plunge pool and the sophistication of a traditional safari tent with the contemporary touch of a glass door. The camp utilizes solar power for its electricity and provides in room safes.

Sala’s camp is located on the junction of the Sand and Keekorok rivers and is perfectly situated for viewing the wildebeest migration from July to September when the herds pour in from the nearby Serengeti. With the Reserve’s abundant wildlife, there is an excellent chance of seeing the Big 5, cheetah, serval, hyena, bat-eared foxes, black-backed and side-striped jackals, hippo, crocodile, baboons, warthog, topi, eland, Thompson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle, impala, waterbuck, oribi, reed-buck, and zebra. The camp believes in giving back to the local community and employs local Maasai as guides and staff.

There are several exciting activities to choose from at the camp. With the Big Five within easy reach, the camp offers daily game drives with the extra luxuries of blankets, hot and cold drinks, and sweets to enhance the adventure. The camp has a special program for children where their spotters teach young guests the secrets of the bush. For a little competitive fun, bush volleyball can be played along the hippo and crocodile free stretch of the Sand River. The rivers are also a haven for bird life, so naturally the camp is the perfect spot for bird-watching. Hot air-ballooning is ideal for an aerial view of the Maasai Mara and the drama of the wildebeest migration. Bush breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and sundowners are available too. The camp even encourages the arts and provides watercolors and an art pad for those who wish to forever capture the splendor of their surroundings.

All guests enjoy full-board during their stay, which includes all meals and most drinks. Bush breakfast serve up omelets or pancakes to order. Delicious lunches are served on the new deck with sweeping views of the riverbank. When the Sand River is dry, the camp sets up dinner in the riverbed surrounded by candles and lanterns and features mouth-watering barbecue. There is also an indoor mess tent warmed by a cozy fireplace for dining indoors. Most days are ended relaxing in a hammock or gathering around the campfire.

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Kenya

Sala’s Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated in the southern corner of the grand Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Sala’s Camp offers the traditional setting of a tent camp with the amenities of a luxury hotel.

Dotted along the Sand River, the camp consists of 7 spacious, luxury canvas tents for up to 16 guests. Each tent is decorated in soft colors reflecting the hues of its natural surroundings and features polished wood floors. All rooms come with an en suite bathroom with hot showers, running water, and flush toilets as well as providing hand-made Kenyan toiletries, dressing gowns, and slippers. The Keerorok honeymoon suite can accommodate a family of four and comes with a private plunge pool. Its en suite bathroom is fitted with elegant brass and copper fixtures and a large copper bathtub. Similarly, the large Forest Luxury honeymoon tent has a plunge pool and the sophistication of a traditional safari tent with the contemporary touch of a glass door. The camp utilizes solar power for its electricity and provides in room safes.

Sala’s camp is located on the junction of the Sand and Keekorok rivers and is perfectly situated for viewing the wildebeest migration from July to September when the herds pour in from the nearby Serengeti. With the Reserve’s abundant wildlife, there is an excellent chance of seeing the Big 5, cheetah, serval, hyena, bat-eared foxes, black-backed and side-striped jackals, hippo, crocodile, baboons, warthog, topi, eland, Thompson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle, impala, waterbuck, oribi, reed-buck, and zebra. The camp believes in giving back to the local community and employs local Maasai as guides and staff.

There are several exciting activities to choose from at the camp. With the Big Five within easy reach, the camp offers daily game drives with the extra luxuries of blankets, hot and cold drinks, and sweets to enhance the adventure. The camp has a special program for children where their spotters teach young guests the secrets of the bush. For a little competitive fun, bush volleyball can be played along the hippo and crocodile free stretch of the Sand River. The rivers are also a haven for bird life, so naturally the camp is the perfect spot for bird-watching. Hot air-ballooning is ideal for an aerial view of the Maasai Mara and the drama of the wildebeest migration. Bush breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and sundowners are available too. The camp even encourages the arts and provides watercolors and an art pad for those who wish to forever capture the splendor of their surroundings.

All guests enjoy full-board during their stay, which includes all meals and most drinks. Bush breakfast serve up omelets or pancakes to order. Delicious lunches are served on the new deck with sweeping views of the riverbank. When the Sand River is dry, the camp sets up dinner in the riverbed surrounded by candles and lanterns and features mouth-watering barbecue. There is also an indoor mess tent warmed by a cozy fireplace for dining indoors. Most days are ended relaxing in a hammock or gathering around the campfire.