Hemingways ol Seki Mara
Situated in the heart of the Naboisho Conservancy that borders the Masai Mara National Reserve is the luxury tented camp, Hemingways ol Seki Mara. As the conservancy limits the number of guests allowed this makes for a very private safari experience.
The lodge has one of the best locations on the edge of a small bluff that overlooks the plains, facing South the sunrises and sunsets are simply spectacular. ol Seki is the Masai name for the Sandpaper tree and is symbolic of peace and harmony in their culture. The lodge certainly delivers this in excellent fashion.
Tourism to this area benefits more than 500 Masai families directly and provides them with a sustainable livelihood. Current research has shown that this area has one of the highest Lion densities in all of Africa. There are also healthy populations of Elephant, plains game and occasional Wild Dog sightings.
The main area of the lodge with it’s rich interiors is very welcoming, whether relaxing or dining the views across the landscape are breathtaking and will still your mind to perfect relaxation. A swimming pool is below the main guest area and surrounded by a wooden deck.
There are six standard suites as well as two family suites at the lodge, the latter are connected by a central lounge area. All have canvas sides that can be rolled up during the day to allow the breeze through. The suites are spacious with a room steward assigned to each suite.
En-suite bathrooms have a single vanity basin, complimentary toiletries and shower area.
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Combine this with Kicheche Valley Camp, Serengeti Migration Camp, Saruni Wild or end your safari with some beach bliss at Fanjove Island.
If you are looking for more information on the conservancy then visit Naboisho.