Hemingways Ol Seki

Location: Masai Mara | Kenya

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

This private tented camp bordering the Masai Mara is your enclave of luxury in the wildest terrain of Kenya. Located on a separate private conservancy to the rest of the Masai Mara Reserve means that you can look forward to an exclusive safari where you can watch the great wildebeest migration without the crowds.
Perfect forThose who are looking for a private luxury safari.
In the knowThe guides and managers are keen photographers and will do their best to impart some knowledge so that you leave with some spectacular shots.

Recommended for...

  • Family-friendly
  • Guiding
  • Honeymoon
  • Peace & Quiet

Hotel Overview

Where

The camp has been built on the Naibosho Conservancy bordering the Masai Mara

Rooms at Ol Seki Mara Camp

The tents are ideal for couples. The high dome centres over a double bed decked out in fine linens. Six opening panels encompass the bed on three sides which mean that from the comfort of your pillow, you can watch the dawn break in panorama. The rear section of the tent houses your ensuite bathroom and dressing area and in front of the tent is a large wooden deck where you can enjoy private dining, sunbathing and star gazing. The tents are huge and beautiful and you’ll forget that there are any other structures nearby, so well hidden is each tent.

Food and Facilities

Dining at Ol Seki is down to your personal preference. There are three different options to choose from, dine with the other guests in the dining tent or on your own private decking if you fancy some seclusion. The kitchen is completely mobile so don’t be surprised if it is moved out of camp for a bush breakfast or picnic lunch. In the evenings snack on aperitifs and enjoy a sundowner around the camp fire before dinner. Hemingways only work with the best so you should be pleasantly surprised by every meal here.

Activities at Ol Seki Mara Camp

As the camp is in a private conservancy, they can offer you exclusive sightings of all the indigenous animals in the area. Professionally qualified guides will take you out on game drives and train your eyes to spot the elusive animals from their surroundings and when you do spot them you won’t have to worry about your view being disturbed by other vehicles. Typically you will go out on two game drives in a day, once in the morning before breakfast and one in the late afternoon but everything here is tailored to you so there is no set timetable, just do whatever takes your fancy.

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