The private bush house, Acacia House, sits in the Ol Chorro Losoit valley within the beautiful Lemek hills, far from the tourist trail. This private house is within the 70,000 acre Mara North Conservancy area from where the Mara Bush Houses team have operated their wilderness expeditions for more than twenty years. Each bush house opens up to a large verandah, leading into an open-concept dining and seating area replete with a log fire for those cooler nights in the bush. As with all the bush homes, Acacia House comes with a host of well-trained and experienced staff at guests’ disposal to ensure that your only concern is to enjoy the space and setting. Adjacent to the house and raised just above the waterhole, there is a pool and a barbeque area, offering asylum to relax, dine, and socialize between safari expeditions – a scene most poignant during sunset. This pool is shared with nearby Mara House.
Acacia House features spacious double en-suite bedrooms and a third attic room, created specifically for younger guests. Amenities include laundry service, solar and generator power, and a battery charging facility.
Acacia House has an open-plan dining and seating area complete with log fire for those cooler nights in the bush. The food is organic Kenyan cuisine prepared by a small team of experienced chefs. A barbecue area provides a place to relax, to socialize between safari expeditions, and to enjoy the picturesque sunsets.
A fully qualified safari guide and vehicle will be on hand to assist with a wide range of activities which include walking, day or night game drives and visits to local villages, schools 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. There is also a pool that is shared with nearby Mara House.