Losokwan CampLosokwan Camp

Losokwan Camp

From: $360.00

Losokwan luxury camp is located in the Mara North/Lemek Conservancy. The camp offers an authentic African bush experience alongside elegance. The tented camp comprises of six spacious en-suite tents each designed to have minimal impact on the local environment and each tent is furnished with comfortable beds and a lounge area.The camp is unfenced and elephants, buffalo, wildebeest and hippo wander through giving you a rare insight into behaviour.


Losokwan Camp

Losokwan Camp is an authentic Kenyan safari camp located in Lemek Conservancy Masai Mara ecosystem. The camp comprises six cosy tents with en-suite toilets, hot bucket showers and all the other amenities.

Rated on Trip Advisor as “The Best Tent Experience Ever!” the service is unsurpassed and the accommodations excellent. Game drives, walks and night drives are all part of your package.

Read this from one of their happy guests…

We took off from a small airstrip a few miles away from the Nairobi airport and landed in the Maasai Mara wilderness in the middle of nowhere. Dixon (our trusted guide and driver) picked us up and we started off with our first game drive right away. We drove around in the Lemek conservancy for a while spotting interesting wildlife against the Maasai Mara landscape. It was a sight to behold.

Over the next 3 days, we had an unforgettable experience both with the wilderness and also with the Losokwan camp members, most of whom were part of the Maasai tribe. We were warmly greeted by the entire camp on arrival and we were just in time for lunch.

The experience of living in tents in the wilderness without any fencing or artificial defenses was thrilling. One morning, we observed zebras, ostriches and antelopes around 500 ft from the tents.

We were truly fortunate to see some of the most amazing wildlife sights in the Masai Mara wilderness. The Lemek pride of 15 lions had brought down a giraffe and were enjoying a family feast. We followed the male of the pride with his two lionesses for a distance of 2 miles. The closest we were to the lions was 2 ft as they walked past our jeep. According to them, we were non-existent in their home.

We were lucky enough to see a cheetah with her fresh kill and a leopard.

Apart from the predators, we were able to view and understand the breath taking ecosystem of the Masai Mara – From eagles and vultures, to rabbits and jackals, to zebras and wild hogs, to predators and finally to the elephants, giraffes and several members of the antelope family among many others.

At one point, we were able to come across a scene of extreme diversity – only seen in movies by most. A panoramic view in front of us consisting of giraffe, elephant, gazelles, warthog, zebras and many others. Jackals and a small pride of lions hiding in the bushes, no photograph could do this scene any justice. One has to be there and see it to understand its depth.

Breakfast at the banks of the Mara river (a cliff) with crocodiles and hippos down below just 15 ft – 20 ft away is hard to forget. We travelled to the Masai Mara crossing were the wild beasts, zebras and other animals cross over during the great migration following the movement of the lush pastures during the months of June – August. A small herd of ~ 50 to 100 wild beasts and zebras attempted to cross over as we looked on.

Of course, none of this would have been possible without Dixon. His ability to observe the presence of animals from miles away even without binoculars is something we could never fathom. His guts, talent, skill and patience gave us a once-in-a-lifetime unforgettable experience.

Joseph, the chef prepared exquisite food through our stay and even took care of little requests from our side.

Vincent and Duncan ensured that our tents were spotless and tidy every day.

Dennis, a very polite and caring waiter ensured extreme comfort before, during and after every meal.

Joseph, the security guard, ensured that we were always safe by walking us around the camp during darkness.

Daniel shared his immense knowledge about the behavior of various species of animals and their traits. Discussions around a warm and cozy campfire during cold nights was a truly memorable experience.

Vincent and Daniel, being members of the Maasai, were adept at firing an arrow and hurling a spear.

Thuto, the manager travelled to the camp from the Nairobi head office to ensure that our stay was extremely enjoyable.

To conclude, the Maasai Mara experience is something that one must go for at least once in their lifetime.

Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Kenya.

For more information on the unique area area you will be in read all about the Masai Mara. If you would prefer privacy and isolation then consider Ol Pejeta Bush Camp in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

How to Get There

Fly into Nairobi and be met by your personal guide who will assist you onto your light aircraft for the 45 minute flight into the Masai airstrip.

Here you will be met again by a member of the Losokwan Camp and driven the short distance to the camp.

For more information on flights, times and costs, please contact us.

Rates and Seasons

High Season

1 July – 31 October and 20 December – 2 January

$420-00 per person sharing (Deluxe Tent)

$360-00 per person sharing (Superior Tent)

Mid Season

3 January – 31 March and 1 November – 19 December

$370-00 per person sharing (Deluxe Tent)

$310-00 per person sharing (Superior Tent)

Green Season

1 April – 30 June

$320-00 per person sharing (Deluxe Tent)

$260-00 per person sharing (Superior Tent)

Included / Excluded


• Full board accommodation
• Shared game drives in Lemek conservancy using 4 x 4 land       cruiser (2 game drives per day)
• One Sundowner, One bush breakfast
• Soft drinks, Mineral water
• Non-premium wines + local beer
• One full day transport to Maasai Mara game reserve with     packed lunch for a minimum stay of 3 nights during high     season – park entrance fees not included
• Local airstrip transfers (Mara North or Ngerende airstrip)
• Laundry
• Wireless internet


• Guided Bush walks, Birding – $40 per person
• Lemek conservancy fee per night ($70 per adult per night, $45    per child aged 3- 11 yrs a night)
• Premium drinks
• Exclusive use of vehicle: USD 350 Per day per vehicle
• Cultural Visits: USD 30.00 per person per visit
• Bush meal – $30 per person per bush meal
• Night game drive – $80 per person per game drive
• Extra lunch – $30 per person
• Amref flying Doctor Cover: $20 per person
• Balloon Safari: USD 450.00 Per Person
• Gratuities & anything of personal nature
• Christmas & New year supplement: 24th, 25th, 26th of Dec     and 31st and 1st of Jan. Per person per night rate: $30

Personal travel insurance and vaccinations are not included in quoted prices.

Package Offers

Flying Package – 2 nights

$950-00 per person sharing


Return flight from Nairobi

Two nights fully inclusive accommodation

Game drives, bush breakfast and sundowners.


Conservation fees.

Valid to 31 December 2019

Honeymoon Package – 3 nights

$2 960-00 per couple!


Conservation fees

Private dinner and bottle of wine

Return flights from Nairobi, transfers and game drives

Full day private game drive and park entrance fees

Offer valid to 30 September 2019