Your Private Haven in the Heart of the Masai Mara
Escape to the beautiful Maasai Mara and experience the peace and luxury of Mara Bush Houses, the newest addition to the Saruni Basecamp portfolio. These 3-bedroom exclusive use houses – Mara House and Acacia House – are located in the quiet Ol Chorro Losoit valley, surrounded by the pristine Mara North Conservancy. Both Houses offer the perfect retreat for families or groups of friends seeking privacy, comfort, and an exclusive experience in the wild. Enjoy stunning views of a wildlife-filled waterhole, with a dedicated team to take care of every need to create an unforgettable safari experience.
Comfort and service in the wild
Acacia House and Mara House each have three bedrooms and combine style with a cosy atmosphere. All bedrooms in Mara House are en-suite, while Acacia House has a double room with a private bathroom, an attic room for children, and a ground-floor double room with a shared bathroom. With a large, spacious verandah overlooking the busy waterhole, a large dining and living room with a fireplace, and a shared pool house, the Houses offer a luxurious setting and tailored service with the charm and comfort of feeling at home.
At Mara Bush Houses, our guests’ desires and preferences are top priority. Our dedicated and hands-on team includes a wildlife guide, personal chef, and household manager who ensure every stay is seamless and memorable.
Delicious dining experiences
Our house chef creates delicious meals tailored to guests’ culinary preferences making the dining experiences truly extraordinary. A stay at Mara Bush Houses includes bush breakfasts and sundowners, and guests can choose to dine in the house, on the veranda overlooking the waterhole, or by the shared swimming pool, which also has its own barbecue and dining area.
Flexibility and freedom to explore
A unique advantage of staying at Mara Bush Houses is the flexibility and freedom it offers. Guests can plan their day as they please, with a fully qualified safari guide and a custom-built safari vehicle at their disposal. From exciting game drives, where off-road driving is permitted in the conservancy to get closer to the wildlife, to guided walks through the wilderness, to cultural experiences with a visit to the nearby Maasai community, guests embrace the freedom to create their own unforgettable adventures. Night game drives, bush breakfasts, and sundowner drinks add an extra touch of magic to the safari adventure, creating memories that will last a lifetime.