Set on a rocky promontory, overlooking the Isupukiai River Valley, the luxury Ol Seki Hemingways Mara camp enjoys panoramic views in a wilderness area teeming with game on the eastern Naboisho Conservancy north of the Mara Reserve.
The area provides a rare opportunity to enjoy wildlife viewing, in a pristine setting away from mass tourism. The oasis of inspired and beautifully designed tents is nestled amongst Cordia and Acacia trees attracting an abundance of wildlife and birds, many of which are seen from the tents in the valley below.
6 luxury Nina Tents - The modern architecture creates a luxurious living space in six uniquely rounded tents, each boasting a double and a single bed, dressed in the highest quality linen. Traditional colonial décor coupled with all the modern amenities provide guests with a genuine Safari experience. A large en-suite bathroom and changing area with flush toilet and hot shower allow for total comfort whilst maintaining the Safari atmosphere. Each Nina remains hidden from the next offering privacy and seclusion. Six opening panels allow guests to enjoy a 270 degree view of the Mara plains. All the tents are designed to meet environmental demands, creating the smallest of footprints.
Library and Dining Tents - The library tent offers selection of local and international literature, giving guests the chance to enjoy a read while soaking in the views of the Koiyaki plains. Share a story with guests and staff over a drink from our complimentary bar. Traditional African décor and colonial furnishing provide the perfect Safari atmosphere.
The abundance of wildlife in the Naboisho area allows guests to enjoy big 5 game viewing in a pristine and untouched surrounding away from the hustle of mass tourism.
Guests can enjoy a truly isolated Safari experience that winds back the colonial clock. Day trips into the Maasai Mara National Park can also be organized. With a picnic lunch you can visit the Mara River to see the famous crossing. All the game drive schedules are customized to your wishes. A selection of international cuisine and literature is available from the dining and library tents, enabling guests to unwind at the end of the day while overlooking the completely unspoilt African Savannah and the abundance of wildlife that it has to offer.”