Leleshwa Camp

Location: Masai Mara | Kenya

Price guide: £££££ £350-£500 per person per night

The Mara has a camp to suit every taste, and Leleshwa Camp is a welcome addition to our portfolio of old favourites. In the Siana Conservation area of the greater Mara, it’s so much more than just a wildlife experience. Surrounded by Maasai villages, here you experience the bush as those who live there do - with people and wildlife living side by side.
Perfect forPhotographers, and anyone with an interest in the local community.
In the knowTry and go on a night game drive if you have the energy as it really is a world transformed with a multitude of different animals coming alive after dark.

Recommended for...

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

Hotel Overview

Where

In the Siana area of the Greater Mara Reserve.

Rooms at Leleshwa Camp

There are seven deluxe tents to choose from at Leleshwa, all of which you will find are very spacious and incredibly comfortable. The king size beds are all fitted with premium cotton linens, waiting for you to return from your game viewing. The tents are all spaced out around the camp to give each guest plenty of privacy from one another whilst still having a front porch with a view.

Food and Facilities

Dining is a highlight at Leleshwa and you will enjoy most of your gourmet meals al fresco with your other guests for a nice social occasion. If you are looking for a bit of privacy however, then meals can be arranged to be had on the porch of your tent for a more personal evening. When you are not in your tent then the lounge tent will always have something to keep you entertained as well as providing you with cool drinks from the complimentary bar.

Activities at Leleshwa Camp

As leleshwa is located near a Masai tribe whom they work closely with, guests will have the opportunity to go and see how they live and get a chance to learn all about their culture. There is a multitude of ways to view game at Leleshwa, ranging from bush walks to balloon safaris so you will get a chance to see all the incredible wildlife in a variety of ways.

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Travel is possible (but it’s not the best time)

Travel is not recommended

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