Olare Mara Kempinski Kenya is located in the Masai Mara within the Olare Orok Conservancy, this reserve is home to an abundance of mammals and boasts the largest collection of wildlife than any other reserve in Africa.
The incredible five-star luxury tented safari lodge, by Kempinski in Masai Mara, is in a magnificent location in the wildlife-rich Masai Mara of Kenya in East Africa. As it is well known to the Kempinski Group to have hotels and lodges which exude luxury, sophistication and class, this camp is the safari destination of the decade.
With a total of 66 lions, cheetah and leopard families, guests will also see giraffe, buffalo, hippo, elephant, wildebeest, together with a vast array of bird species. Safari drives escorted by highly knowledgeable guides with KSPGA qualifications will tour you through the breathtaking grasslands and bring you so close to the animals; your safari dream will come to reality.
Allowing a maximum of 3 vehicles per time, to ensure quietness is maintained, necessary for best animal viewings, guests can be guaranteed of a once in a lifetime experience. Guests are offered two games drives per day, and also, may take advantage of the intriguing night drives where nocturnal animals may be seen hunting for their prey.
The Kempinski Safari Camp is accessible twice daily by air transfer on Safarilink or Air Kenya from Nairobi (60 minutes long) and also one daily flight from Mombasa (90 minutes). Being true to the style and sophistication of five-star luxury represented by the Kempinski Hotels and Lodges, these beautiful safari tents ooze beauty and attractiveness.
The accommodation features king-sized beds, indoor and outdoor showers, huge bathroom with double vanity, door leading onto a wooden deck, the huge window where animals can be watched while lying in the bath, and classic contemporary decor to compliment. Guests are invited to relax and unwind on the expansive teak deck and forget about everything else in the world. Take yourself to euphoria which nature and wildlife bring.
Safari drives are led by highly qualified guides providing guests with detailed information on the Ecosystems of the Conservancy, the animals, breeding habits of the large mammals, eating habits of the large mammals, and about the conservancy and how all the Eco-systems work together to create such perfect harmony.
Lovely meals are prepared for guests such as a bush breakfast at the Hippo Pool, dinner at the communal table or private tables, and lunches. There is a set menu on offer, and all meals are prepared with most of the produce coming from the camp's incredibly huge organic vegetable and herb garden.
The Olare Orok Conservancy borders the Maasai Mara National Park and is part of the Maasai Mara-Serengeti ecosystem and wildlife zone. Founded in 2005 to be part of a new community conservancy concept. This new community conservancy concept was designed to create a commonly beneficial relationship between the Maasai and the tour operators.
The land is now leased for wildlife conservation, instead of being bought from the Maasai. The brilliant concept now gives the Maasai an annual income, and they retain their land. In return, the Maasai remove their sedentary homesteads and livestock Boma's, which allows the vegetation and grass to recover from the use thereof.
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