Welcome to Mara Siria
The Mara Siria Camp is a luxurious and eco-friendly safari tented camp in the North-West of the Masai Mara. Located on the Siria Escarpment on the Western border of this world-famous reserve, Mara Siria Camp offers the perfect starting point for your safari.
The camp fits nicely into the natural environment of the Siria Escarpment, and offers an unique opportunity to explore the natural beauty of the Masai Mara. Even after returning from a day out on safari the feeling of wilderness will be maintained. Electricity and hot water in the camp is produced environmentally friendly by a photovoltaic plant which ensures that you can relax and enjoy the natural sounds of the environment.
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The advantage of Mara Siria Camp is the amazing view over the Masai Mara and Mara river. The tent was spacious, even for three people, with several comforts (do not forget that it is a tent). The tent was also very clean, safe and there was hot water for bathing. The camp has no fence and it is beautiful that zebras and giraffes move freely within it. The staff was very friendly, helpful and very polite.
We stayed 4 days at Mara Siria an that was by far the best part of our safari. The staff was super kind, always keen to share safari stories but never intrusive. Food is great and the tents are clean and comfortable. Particularly enjoyed the hot water bottle in bed after dinner. You are really within the bush, with often zebras coming to say hi in front of your tent.
NEWS & OFFERS
- 15th to 17th September - join a safari to Masai Mara for only 37,500 KES more
- All visas must now be purchased online in advance of travel. Travellers will be asked to produce a printed copy of the E-Visa upon check-in. If they do not have the required visa, they will not be permitted to travel. more
Please select dates below to check availability on www.booking.com. If you don`t find rooms please get in touch with us. We also offer Flying and Road Packages or Special Rates for East African Residents