Mara Intrepids

Mara Intrepids Club is situated in the Maasai Mara game reserve, along a bend on the Talek River. With one of the most striking locations in the area, it is even more impressive that the club surpasses all expectations with its well-appointed tents. Each tent feature en-suite bathrooms with showers, hardwood flooring and granite countertops against four poster beds. To add to the high quality and worth of this luxury camp, dining is a fusion of delightful fruits, vegetables and flavours. Meals are prepared in courses by chefs comparable to the world’s best.  The camp enjoys one of the most spectacular locations in the entire Mara ecosystem. Intrepids is a short drive from the Mara River, where up to one and a half million wildebeest and zebra make their perilous migration crossing every July and August. An Intrepids safari offers a unique game viewing adventure, including three daily game drives with their experienced guides and educational outings and famous adventurers club. Other features include a swimming pool with a sunbathing terrace, elevated game viewing platform with drinks service and a bush boutique.

  • Luxury TentLuxury Tent

The camp features elegant tents spread over a large riverside site, each possessing large four poster beds. Modern en-suite bathrooms are equipped with showers to add to the luxurious atmosphere in an untamed arena. The secluded, raised platforms with views over the river and surroundings.

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Bush Dining

If dining at the camp proves a tad too tame, you can head out to wilder settings and enjoy sumptuous bush breakfasts and dinners in the bush including sundowners within sight of a lion or a herd of elephants or the hippos snorting in the river below. It’s the ultimate African appetizer.

  • SundownerSundowner

Instead of meeting at the bar for a drink, why not meet somewhere in the Mara for a sundowner where you can sip a cocktail by the campfire and watch the sun melt in the horizon. Evenings in the Mara come alive with the night animals like the bat-eared fox, the owls and the big cats like the lion and the leopard stirring to hunt under the cover of darkness. You simply cannot miss to drink a toast to Africa’s incredible diversity of wildlife.

  • Game DrivesGame Drives
Game Drives

Three guided game reserve safaris every day in the reserve (Included free with every stay) – the early morning from 6AM to 9AM; the midmorning after breakfast and finally the late afternoon from 3.30PM returning to camp at sunset. Or you can indulge in a full day guided game safari to the Mara River with a packed picnic breakfast and/or lunch. The 4×4 safari jeeps which are used for daily game safaris are specially modified to allow for more legroom and roof racks open for the best game viewing and photography.

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