Stay in one of our maasai cottage or bring your own pitch tent.. Here at Maasai Mara village we want our guests to have a comfortable and enjoyable stay whilst experiencing the wild nature and Maasai culture.
I offer my guests an authentic look at Maasai life and culture today, much of it largely unchanged for hundreds of years. The Camp is limited to one group of 2-10 visitors at a time to provide you an
experience tailored to your interests and to minimize the impact on the community.
Meals are not included on the price,but we would be happy to prepare for you three meals a day that is (Breakfast,Lunch, dinner) at an additional cost of $25dollars per person per day. Balloon Safaris Optional (450$ dollars per person ) Experience the crisp fresh air of the Masai Mara Game Reserve while silently floating above in a hot air balloon safari.
The balloon lifts off at dawn after coffee and a flight briefing. The one hour flight will give you a birds eye view of the Maasai Mara Game Reserve in all it’s glory.
You will land to a welcoming delightful champagne breakfast in the bush, which will make a perfect end to your balloon safari. On the way back to camp we will have a little game-drive before we arrive.
A Wildlife Safari in the Maasai Mara is full of
beauty and wonder, with frequent sightings
of the Big 5 (Lions, Elephants, Leopards, Buffalo and Rhinoceros) and hosts the Great Wildebeest Migration, voted as one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of Africa”, where more than 1 million Wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of Zebras plunge across the crocodile infested Mara river.
It totally depends on the client. We are there once needed!
Are you thinking of going on a safari in Kenya? Then you need to hear about the Leruk Maasai Safari Camp. This is an amazing Camp that can organize individual or group safaris & accommodation.
If you are looking for a unique experience, that gives you a glimpse of how local tribes live and how they interact with nature, then this is the perfect place for you. What better way to see the Masai Mara than through the eyes of the Masai's.