House in the Wild
A boutique owner run lodge located on the banks of the Mara River, House in the Wild enjoys a splendid location in the North of the Masai Mara ecosystem. Naretoi Estate is completely private and what was once dedicated to farming is now slowly being converted back to its former natural state.
The location of the house gives it easy access to three different conservancies making game drives and wildlife sightings particularly good. Activities are focused on unlimited game drives in the Enonkishu, Ol Chorro and Lemek Conservancies where game densities are high. Lion, Cheetah, Elephant, Buffalo and Hyena are daily sightings in the area.
The main guest area consists of a warm lounge area with bar as well as dining room and out the front of this is the swimming pool perched on the rivers edge. Views from here stretch across the river to the Kileloeni Hill.
The 5 private cottages have all been designed with their own style and decor and have been equipped with every comfort of home.
River Cottage is a double en-suite cottage with two single children’s beds at the back of the room.
Original Cottage has one double and one twin room sharing the same bathroom which also has an outdoor star shower.
Warburgia Cottage lies under a grove of Warburgia trees’. This is a double en-suite cottage with a beautiful bath overlooking the river.
Marula Cottage has two spacious en-suite rooms, a double and a twin room and has it’s own private veranda, lawn and seating area.
Hippo Cottage is further upstream and can be made up as a double or twin. The cottage has a private lawn and views down to the river, extra beds can be added for children.
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Combine this with Lewa House, Ol Malo House and Lodge or The Emakoko.
Read more about the Enonkishu Conservancy.