Siana Springs in the local Maasai language means the plentiful springs. It is truly an area of abundance in flora, fauna and cultural attributes. It epitomizes the best in diversity in all aspects as the species richness and natural history making the Camp an ideal eco-lodge from where you can partake to the world's greatest wildlife spectacle the wildebeest migration.
There are also other mammalian species, enthralling bird species and the distinctive Maasai Mara ecosystem. The Camp has a rich history dating back to 1920, when the first Game Warden selected its current site for his Camp. The Camp is now located on a Wildlife Conservancy whose ownership was bequeathed to the local community in the late 1970s.
Situated at the base of the Ngama Hills, on the Eastern edge of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Siana Springs occupies a lush indigenous forest watered by the largest natural springs in the Mara ecosystem - Siana, or "the plentiful" springs in Mara.
The special tented camp offers 38 spacious tents situated in three secluded 'wings':
The Bamboo Wing, surrounded by bamboo groves and flowering ornamental trees near the main camp
The Palm Wing, overlooking a series of springs, lily clad ponds and lush indigenous forest
The Acacia Wing, which occupies more open acacia woodland rich in birdlife on the camp boundary.
The tents boast the very latest in luxury camping, with large single or double beds, personal closets, writing desks, and ensuite bathrooms with flush toilets and steaming hot showers.
Tented camp 38