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