Enkorok Mara Camp which is set on 30 acres of private land in Masai Mara Siana’s Conservancy. The camp overlooks the scenic Oloolotikoshi Hills and the spot is perfect for sundowners for guests relaxing after a game drive with a captivating sunset. The Camp is set on the banks of Oloirigynyisho River where Zebras, Wildebeests, Elephants and other wildlife regularly come to drink water. Ololaimutia gate is located 2.5 Kms from the camp whilst the Keekorok Airstrip is 20kms and Sekenani Gate is 25Kms away.
The spacious and airy Tamu Tamu restaurant serves delectable meals and is designed as an African Hut which is a place where families eat together. The circular design of the hut ensured that there was one focal point and people were close knit in the African culture. Our guests are family and the dining areas is an integral part of our camp where we eat together and chat about the day’s activities with our guests.
Guests staying at the Camp can pick up give always made by the local community as part of our social responsibility programme from the Zawadi Shop.
Enkorok Mara Camp is setting standards offering luxury services at affordable prices. Our friendly and professional staff are set out to send our guests back to their countries with great and lasting memories.
DAY 1 Pick up from your Nairobi hotel at around 07:30Am. Then Proceed for the Masai Mara Game Reserve with the first stop over at the viewpoint of the Great Rift Valley which is about 45 mins from the city center.after for game the stopover we proceed with our journey to masai mara and have a stretch at narok.Arrive for lunch and later in the afternoon go for evening game drive, Dinner and overnight will at the jamabo Mara Lodge
DAY 2 breakfast and there after leave for the whole day game drive packed with your picnic lunch. The Masai Mara is famous known for its lions, elephants, leopard, rhino and buffalo that make the ’big five’ though luck is essential for spotting the other two namely
Day 3:Breakfast at the lodge and after breakfast check out and start our journey back to Nairobi