Mahali Mzuri Camp
Mahali Mzuri has been set up in collaboration with the local Maasai communities and a limited number of other tourism partners. The camp’s priority is to promote low density tourism therein practising ecotourism. It is perched on the side of a lush valley with views over the rolling plains. Together the Motorogi and Olare Orok Conservancies cover roughly 13,500 hectares (33,000 acres) and there are strict limits on the number of guests that can stay at any one time. The camp is well placed to observe the abundant game in the area and also to take advantage of the annual ‘Great Migration’, which sees up to one million wildebeest undertake a journey of roughly 1,600km.
Mahali Mzuri Camp Accommodation
Mahali Mzuri offers 12 luxury tented suites catering for a maximum of 24 guests at any one time. Each tented suite sits on a raised platform and includes a spacious bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, sitting area and a large deck with views over the landscape – perfect for spotting the game in the area. The camp provides guests with a wide selection of African and international menus served from a range of bush BBQs to champagne picnics to sundowners. They also cater for private meals and special occasions. All meals and drinks including alcohol and finest champagne are included in your stay. The camp’s chefs will cater to any special dietary requirements requested in advance.
Mahali Mzuri is Sir Richard Branson’s 12-tented luxury safari camp in the Kenyan Bush. At Mahali Mzuri you’ll have a front row seat, not just to the migration, but also to the abundant game you can see all year round. The camp is situated in the private Olare Motorogi Conservancy in the wider Maasai Mara ecosystem.