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At a Glance

From USD 330 pp/pn

  • Witness the great Masai Mara migration

  • Private concession of the edge of the Great Rift Valley

  • Great for travellers on a budget

  • Forty luxury tented camp

  • Split level swimming pool

  • Family friendly

Set next to the iconic Masai Mara National Reserve on the edge of the Great Rift Valley is where you’ll find Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp.  This is a large camp ideal for families and travellers on a budget.


Whilst on your daily game drives you can expect to see the predators following the massive herds of game as the migrate through the grassy savannah of the Masai Mara.



The accommodation on offer at Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp consists of classic tents, superior tents (including three family tents) and superior view tents.  Each tent sits on a wooden platform with canvas walls and roofs. The facilities include king size beds and en-suites with double vanities and indoor showers.


Step onto your veranda and you’ll find comfortable seating with the superior tents also having day beds.



The guest facilities on offer at Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp include a stunning split level swimming pool and lounging area with views over the reserve, various lounge and bar areas, viewing decks.


Guests can dine in the dining room, outside under the stars or privately by the lodge pool or on your very own veranda.



The activities available to guests staying at Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp include twice daily game drives conducted by highly experienced guides.  Your guide with take you to see the massive herds of game slowly moving their way through the Masai Mara.  As always where there’s game there’s predators, lions, leopards and cheetah are always close by.


Night drives are also conducted enabling you to see the nocturnal creatures.  We would always recommend accompanying your guide on a bush walk as you will be able to see the small creatures that are generally missed on a game drive along with animal tracks. Optional activities include hot air ballooning and Maasai cultural visits.