The Elephant Pepper Camp in the Masai Mara of Kenya, East Africa, provides the ideal base from which to explore the wonders of the African wilderness. The Masai Mara in Kenya is home to a vast wilderness where a diverse range of wildlife, rolling plains, and lush forests can be found. Situated in the Mara North Conservancy, which is the heart of the Masai Mara ecosystem, this tented camp combines rustic simplicity with African chic luxury.
The spacious luxury safari tents are large, bright and offer vast bathroom areas. Featuring exquisite furniture with dark wood and brass fittings, the tents exude an elegant atmosphere. The Luxury Safari Tents, located under a grove of fig and Elephant Pepper Trees, spaced out to guarantee privacy.
From the verandah or hammock, one can admire wildlife roam on the savannah plains. Running water throughout the camp, including the showers, is available to guests. The tents can fit one extra bed to accommodate children under the age of 16 years.
The lodge's two Honeymoon & Family Tents are most suitable for couples who prefer extra space and privacy as well as for families. The spacious suites offer an en-suite master bedroom and a sitting room, which can be converted into a second bedroom for children under the age of 16 years. The lush bathrooms have double wash basins, flush toilets and hot water showers. Situated on either end of the lodge, the Honeymoon / Family Suites afford great vistas over the savannah plains from the private veranda.
The Greater Mara covers an area of 8000 square kilometres. It forms the northern part of the great Serengeti / Masai Mara ecosystem. Due to the great abundance of grazing and vegetation, this region of East Africa is home to a rich population of wildlife, both the plains game, Thompson’s gazelle, zebra, giraffe, topi, wildebeest, impala along with many predators.
The lodge's cuisine is mouth-watering offering a wonderful combination of traditional Italian recipes such as homemade pasta, Melanzane Parmigiana and Osso Bucco, as well as fresh organic salads. As as an alternative to breakfast at the lodge, guests may enjoy a picnic breakfast while on their early morning safari drive traversing the African wilderness.
Elephant Pepper guests usually enjoy their lunch at the camp after their return from their morning safari drive. But the lodge can also arrange picnic lunches for guests who enjoy a full day out. During the evening, beverages and snacks are served around the campfire, followed by an unforgettable candlelit dinner in the dining tent.