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Tucked away in the tranquil Ol Chorro Losoit Valley between the Lemek Hills — a haven for wild dog — Mara House, Acacia House and Dik Dik House are in the 30,000-hectare Mara North Conservancy, adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve in southwest Kenya.

It’s a peaceful area far away from the most-visited parts of the Mara. Waterbuck and zebra wander into the grounds to graze, while lion, leopard and cheetah prowl the plains of the community-owned conservancy.

The Mara and Acacia houses stand as spacious three-bedroom havens, while Dik Dik house provides a cozy two-bedroom retreat. As the houses are exclusive-use properties, you’re free to design your own itinerary. Choose to sleep in and enjoy a leisurely breakfast on your deck or head out early to watch the sunrise in the bush. Stay out all day or spend the afternoon lazing around the pool with a cold drink and a good book. It’s your safari, at your true home-away-from-home in the heart of the African bush.



Why choose Mara Bush Houses

Exclusive Location

Ideal for  Families & Friends

Tailored Safari Experiences

The Great Migration easily accessible 

Mara North Conservancy

The Mara North Conservancy is a beautiful private wilderness area of more than 68,700 acres. It forms the north-western zone, bordering the Masai Mara National Reserve in the south of Kenya.
The Masai Mara is famous for its unique concentration of animals, birds, rich vegetation and open savannah.

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