House in the Wild, Masai Mara: 14 Guests
Set on the Naratoi Conservancy, House in the Wild is split between 4 cottages on the edge of the Mara River, able to sleep up to 14 people. The cottages are impeccably decorated and connected by a huge lawn, perfect for the kids to play and enjoy the sunshine before cooling off in the beautiful pool overlooking the river. With multiple seating and dining areas, main lounge and dining area with bar, your group can spread out or congregate as they choose.
Cottage 1 has a large veranda with two double rooms, sharing a bathroom with a bath and an outside star shower. Cottage 2 has a double bed with the option of an additional 2 single beds for children at the rear of the room. Cottage 3 is under the shade of a huge Warborgia Tree and is a double en suite with a massive bath overlooking the river. Cottage 4 has two large double en-suite rooms with private lawn, veranda and lounge areas.
Naratoi Conservation Area offers walking, biking and motorbiking opportunities (bring your own bikes) and immediate access to the Lemek, Enonkishu and Olchorro Conservancies in the Northern Mara area, perfect for getting into the amazing Maasai Mara from the comfort of your own ‘home’. The brilliant local guides can take you out for game drives in the Northern Conservancies, bird walks, guided hill climbs, school visits, fishing for catfish and educational cultural activities. Or, if the surroundings and amazing pool are what you want most, then just lounge on the sunbeds with a cool refreshment and enjoy watching the hippo pod in the river below.
The glory of the Mara is legendary. The region is the crown jewel of the Kenyan tourism industry: savannahs, huge skies and, when the migration comes thundering through, huge numbers of wildlife. But those in the know often think the best time to go to the Mara is when the migration is not in – when the wildebeest herds and accompanying human hordes have left, the place really comes alive and visitors can explore and appreciate Mara’s peace and beauty, with beautiful birds and wildlife in the maze of small rivers crossing the sweeping grasslands. You could stay in one of the many camps and lodges in the Mara or have your own, self-catered amazing home to stay in for your trip, giving you a private base to get to know this remarkable landscape. Your home, your timings, your rules (within reason ????): This is the value of a private home in the Mara, only with us.
Non Resident (game package / fully catered per person per night)
|Regular Season||Adult||Child sharing (5 yrs – 15 yrs)|
|9th Jan. – 30th June
1st Oct. – 19th Dec
|USD 620||USD 410|
|USD 90||USD 50|
|Premium Season||Adult sharing||Adult single||Child sharing (5 yrs – 15 yrs)|
|1st Jul. – 30th Sept
20th Dec. – 6th Jan
|USD 730||USD 855||USD 485|
|USD 90||USD 90||USD 50|
Resident (game package / fully catered per person per night)
|Regular Season||Adult sharing||Adult single||Child sharing (5 yrs – 15 yrs)|
|6th Jan – 19th Dec||KSH 27,000||KSH 27,000||KSH 17,000|
|KSH 2,000||KSH 1,500||KSH 750|
*Children under 5 stay free of charge
Conservancy Fee (applicable to all guests)
|Kenyan resident adult||KSH 2000||USD 20|
|Kenyan resident minor||KSH 1000||USD 10|
|East African resident adult||KSH 2000||USD 20|
|East African resident minor||KSH 1000||USD 10|
|Non-resident adult||KSH 9250||USD 80|
|Non-resident minor||KSH 4350||USD 40|
|Vehicle||KSH 2000||USD 20|
|External guide||KSH 2000||USD 20|
Please note that as of July 1st private vehicles will not be allowed to access Naratoi, Enokishu, Olchorro and Lemek conservancies. All game drives must be done in safari vehicles.