The Tents

An impeccable safari experience that has the perfect balance between sophistication and simplicity. The movable camp is pitched on private camp sites deep in the remote wilderness areas of the Mara, with a fresh, uncluttered approach to safari camp design. Guests can enjoy their space and privacy with only four tents accommodating up to eight guests.

At a Glance


Safari Tent

Super king, extra-length bed (can be configured as two twins)

Family Tent

Triple tent set-up option for young children


Writing Desk with charging station

Double vanity & twin-bucket shower

Canvas tents with ventilation ensuring comfort

Outdoor seating area

Separate dressing armoire

Standing fan and complimentary WiFi


Views of the Mara from the comfort of your bed

Al fresco dining

In-Tent massages (booked 24-hours in advance)

Camp in Style


Current Rates

From 2,100 per guest per night

A light-footprint tented camp accommodating up to eight guests in four lovely en-suite tents deep in the Mara Triangle, moving amidst the Great Migration between July and September. Priced per guest per night in Peak Season and at an exclusive-use camp rate in Standard Season.



Guided safaris in the Mara Triangle, guided walking safaris on the escarpment, all meals and drinks (excluding French Champagne & reserve wines), laundry, WiFi, on-property guest experiences and child-minding.


Park Fees, Angama Foundation contribution, French Champagne and reserve wines, hot-air balloon safaris and gratuities.

Rate for Peak Season


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