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Mara Intrepids Tented Camp Masai Mara

(Mara Intrepids Camp is ideally located in the centre of the Masai Mara's four game-viewing areas. Situated above a sweeping bend in the Talek River, Mara Intrepids Club is only a short trip away from the Mara River where one can witness the Wildebeest migration crossing.

 

Mara Intrepids is 298 kilometers from Nairobi and is served by an all-weather airstrip that enables guests to be at the camp within 45 minutes of leaving the capital city of Nairobi)

 

 
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Mara Intrepids Camp Masai Mara

Mara Intrepids Camp View Rates, Discounted Prices - Book & Save Now!

Mara Intrepids Camp is set in deliciously wild country on the vast savannah grasslands of the Masai Mara National Reserve with the Talek flowing past. Few places on earth can rival the setting of Mara Intrepids on the vast savannah grasslands of the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.

 

The world famous Masai Mara National Reserve is the northern extension of the sprawling Serengeti of Tanzania and the two ecosystems make for the greatest wildlife spectacle on the planet – from the million or more wildebeest migrating with changing seasons between the Mara and the Serengeti to the flocks of birds from Eurasia; from the prides of black-maned lions to herds of elephants; from sparring hippos in the rivers to the insouciant crocodiles lying in wait of prey.

 

The Mara is home to the stars of BBC’s Big Cat Diary and Big Cat Live following Shakira the cheetah, the Marsh lions and Bella the leopard with their families as they try to raise them in a world defined by predators and prey; by the hunters and the hunted.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp is built on the banks of the Talek River, which joins the Mara River and eventually drains into waters of the Victoria, Africa’s largest freshwater lake and source of the mysterious Nile. The Mara Intrepids Camp is for the intrepid traveler who wants to be away from the crowds and explore Africa’s wild kingdom.

 

 

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Non-Residents Accommodations Prices

Non-Residents Accommodations Rates Include: Full Board + Airstrip Transfers in Masai Mara Game Reserve & 3 Game Drives Per Day

Dates From
Dates To

Single Tent

(1 Guest)

Double Tent

(2 Guests)

Triple Tent

(3 Guests)

2nd Jan 2014
31st Mar 2014
486 US Dollars
676 US Dollars
955 US Dollars
1st Apr 2014
17th Apr 2014
301 US Dollars
428 US Dollars
607 US Dollars
18th Apr 2014
21st Apr 2014
486 US Dollars
676 US Dollars
955 US Dollars
22nd Apr 2014
30th Jun 2014
301 US Dollars
428 US Dollars
607 US Dollars
1st Jul 2014
31st Oct 2014
822 US Dollars
1,132 US Dollars
1,580 US Dollars
1st Nov 2014
21st Dec 2014
486 US Dollars
676 US Dollars
955 US Dollars
22nd Dec 2014
1st Jan 2015
839 US Dollars
1,156 US Dollars
1,626 US Dollars

 

Notes

Children ages are between 2-12 years

* 1 Adult + 1 child = Single rate

* 1 Child in own room = Single rate

* 1 Adult + 2 children = Full double rate

* 3 Children sharing own room = Full double rate

* 2 Children sharing own room = 75% of double rate

* 2 Adults +1 child = Double rate + child 50% of per person sharing rate

* 2 Adults + 2 children = Double rate + 50% per person sharing rate per child


Mara Intrepids Camp Accommodation Rates Include:

* Lunch

* Breakfast

* Airstrip Transfers

* 3 Game drives Per Day

* Afternoon Tea and Dinner

* Early morning Tea or Coffee

* Training levy and service charge and value added tax


Mara Intrepids Camp Accommodation Rates Exclude:

* Masai Mara Park Entrance Fees

* Nairobi to Masai Mara Game Reserve Return Flights

 

 

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Residents Accommodations Prices

Residents Accommodations Rates include: Full board, game drives and drinks Per Day

Dates From
Dates To

Single Tent

(1 Guest)

Double Tent

(2 Guests)

Triple Tent

(3 Guests)

2nd Jan 2014
31st Mar 2014

42,075

Kenya Shillings

56,100

Kenya Shillings

N/A

1st Apr 2014
17th Apr 2014

26,950

Kenya Shillings

53,900

Kenya Shillings

N/A

18th Apr 2014
21st Apr 2014

42,075

Kenya Shillings

56,100

Kenya Shillings

N/A

22nd Apr 2014
30th Jun 2014

26,950

Kenya Shillings

53,900

Kenya Shillings

N/A

1st Jul 2014
31st Oct 2014

58,500

Kenya Shillings

87,000

Kenya Shillings

N/A

1st Nov 2014
21st Dec 2014

53,185

Kenya Shillings

79,090

Kenya Shillings

N/A

22nd Dec 2014
3rd Jan 2015

57,500

Kenya Shillings

87,000

Kenya Shillings

N/A

 

Notes

* Rates above include Full board, game drives and drinks


Mara Intrepids Camp Luxury Tents

Every Mara Intrepids Camp tent is raised on stilts, and opens to the Talek River with that signature view of the endless plains. Recently refurbished to accommodate the modern, discerning safari traveler, the tents are large and spacious with private verandahs to enjoy the river and the plains, giving infinite views of the Mara.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp is luxury in the wild. In addition there are two family luxury tents, gorgeous homes under canvas. Beautifully decorated in stylistic African ethnic and modern pieces, the two bed-roomed family tents include a spacious lounge and an outside deck looking out at the river and the plains beyond.

 

All have en suite bathrooms and washrooms. For quiet moments, you can escape to the high tower in the forest glade and scan the tree canopy of the riverine forest and the plains. It’s a great vantage lookout point for any wildlife that strolls by or stalks the prey.

 

 
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Mara Intrepids Camp Bar

Mara Intrepids Camp Bar overlooks the Burrungat plains; drinks at the bar – alcoholic or non-alcoholic –can be exciting. The very eagle-eyed can catch sight of an elephant quietly slipping through the riverine forest or the occasional leopard making a kill. The bar is open all day till the last patron retires.

 

Enjoy the unique blend of bar cocktails like the Tides of Mara or the Migration Fever. If you’re concerned about safety, the river cuts across the bar and plains, so you can relax and toast a drink to Africa’s wilderness.

 

A bonfire is lit every evening where stories of the day’s adventures are traded and on most evenings, the resident naturalist will give a power point presentation of Mara’s dynamic seasons, each bringing with it its own vibrant changes, forever drawing the Mara enthusiast like a magnet to its sprawling savanna.

 

Guests are advised not to jump into the river from the suspended bridge that connects the plains to the bar - for the river is only reserved for the residents – that means the local hippos and crocodiles.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Restaurant

Mara Intrepids Camp dining al fresco on the outside patio of the restaurant is a delight under the canopy of towering trees and untouched gardens. Every meal is a feast. Mara Intrepids Camp kitchen boasts its own vegetable garden where the freshest of homegrown herbs, fruits and vegetables are grown.

 

Guests are spoilt for choice with a-la-carte menus and gourmet barbeques under sunny blue equatorial skies or on the inner deck of the shaded thatched dining room. The food fare ranges from continental to traditional African and Asian foods.

 

The desserts are to die for with chocolate mousses and cinnamon tarts, fresh fruits and cheeses presented on platters to wet anyone’s appetite. Nothings too hard for the chefs to turn out any dish ranging from vegetarian to seafood platters on request, including favorite recipes provided by you.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp resident genet and greater bush babies drop in during dinner, sometimes shy and curious, giving many a newcomer their first sighting of these nocturnal animals.

 

Diners are treated to Masai dancing by the Masai moran's from the neighboring manyattas and those daring enough can join in to challenge the Masai leaps. For the wild at heart.... 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.

 

 
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Mara Intrepids Camp Activities

Mara Intrepids Camp Game Drives
Three game drives everyday in the reserve – the early morning from 6 am to 9 am; the midmorning after breakfast and finally the late afternoon from 3.30 pm returning to camp at sunset.

 

Or you can indulge in a full day game drive to the Mara River with a packed picnic breakfast and/or lunch.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Adventurers’ Club
Recommended for children accompanying their parents on safari this family program provides a fun and exciting opportunity for the kids to learn about the wild from our Masai naturalists who specialize in plants, wildlife and survival skills.

 

Children will be edu-tained through various activities and facilities on-site including an obstacle course that portrays the challenges wild animals face, don't be surprised if you child comes out looking like Mowgli from Rudyard Kipling’s all time favorite Jungle Book.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Balloon Safaris (upon request)
Enjoy the thrill of an early morning hot air balloon ride where you can enjoy the spectacle of the Masai Mara sunrise and the aerial view of big game scattered across the rolling plains of the reserve.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Photographic Safari
Led by trained guides, some of whom are active photographers themselves, African Spice Safaris is able to ensure that your safari goes beyond your expectation.

 

The 4x4 safari jeeps are specially modified to allow for more legroom and roof racks open for the best game viewing and photography, with accessories such as beanbag mounts for cameras available upon request. The vehicles are also fitted with mini-bars for cold beverages to ensure your comfort.

 

Fly day trip - Mfangano Island, Lake Victoria (upon request)
Take a 40 minute flight from Mara Intrepids Camp to Lake Victoria crossing over the expanse of the Mau forest - one of Kenya’s biggest indigenous forests – and the famed green tea plantations of Kericho to Mfangano Island sitting on Lake Victoria.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Nature walks
A two-hour nature walk with a Masai naturalist will see you identify more than 30 species of plants, spot a variety of birds and pick up some survival tips like knowing how to behave in the presence of wild animals.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Cultural Visits
Guests at Mara Intrepids can visit the Masai Manyattas or kraals where a local Masai guide will give you an intriguing account of the Masai people and the traditions that have stood the test of time and still prevail on the plains.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Star Gazing
Take a detailed tour of the African sky with expert guides at Mara Intrepids. The Equator slices Kenya almost in half making it one of the very few places in the whole world where you can observe both the northern and southern hemisphere skies from one location.

 

Mara Intrepids Camp Birding
A visit to the Masai Mara isn't only about seeing the "Big 5"; the game reserve also boasts a bird list of over 450 species. These range from the large and highly conspicuous Common Ostrich, to the small (but still conspicuous) Cardinal Quelea.

 

A bird walk is a must for every bird lover or simply someone curious to see the rich profusion of birds; keen birders can record more than a hundred species in a day.

 

 
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Booking & Reservations for Mara Intrepids Camp ideally located in the centre of the Masai Mara's four game-viewing areas - Kenya

Booking Office Tel: + 254 (0) 20 2437871

Mobile : + 254 - 721242711 (Safaricom) - Kenya

Email: info@africanspicesafaris.com

 

 

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