MARA NAPA CAMPS
MARA NAPA CAMPS is the premier collection of camps in the Maasai Mara. Currently under construction, the 15 acre compound will include 6 luxury tents, a 5 bedroom family home, and a 10 room research camp and facilities. The design was created by local Maasai, Prince Harris Pems Taga. The luxury camp reception, dining, lounge areas, observation tower, and women's craft collective area have traditional makuti grass thatched roofs. There is a water purification and distribution plant on site that provides fresh clean water to the community, other local camps, and all areas within Mara Napa Camps.
The property purposely has no fences, and buildings have been designed so as not to interfere with the established pathways of local wildlife. The 15 acres is bordered by three rivers that offer watering and bathing spots for many large animals and crocodiles. Elephants, warthogs, mongooses, hippos, and baboons are commonly seen enjoying the rivers and grasslands of the Mara Napa Camps. Also on the horizon are a Maasai cultural museum, computer center, coffee house, radio station, mobile vet, community theatre, bookstore, drone surveillance to deter poachers and track wildlife, and an education and gathering place.
All luxury tents include a private fire pit, 2-person swinging bed/hammock, outdoor shower and sunning areas, bamboo sheets, in-room French press coffee, tea kettle, running purified water for showers and sinks. In-room or deck dining is always an option. 24-hour security by local Maasai make guests feel secure despite the proximity to wild animals. Sunrise and sunset safaris are included at no extra charge every day. Three gourmet meals, and snacks on demand are served daily offering specialized menus to meet your every need, including Vegan and Keto.