In a very wild corner of the southern Masai Mara, Sala’s Camp is one of the first camps in Kenya to bear witness to the annual wildebeest migration, which usually occurs between June and September each year. Its location close to the meeting of two rivers – the Sand and Keekerok – also ensure that gameviewing is good year round, with all of the legendary “Big 5” present alongside extraordinary birdlife.
Guests at Sala’s Camp are accommodated in 7 sumptuous tents, each equipped with hot showers, baths, solar power and all-important hammocks for those lazy afternoons in between game drives. One tent is especially spacious, designed for honeymooners or families of up to four. Some of the units also boast private plunge pools – a real luxury on a hot day.
Activities at Sala’s Camp include of course, gameviewing by vehicle as well as quintessential sundowners around a campfire and bush breakfasts. Hot air ballooning over the plains – a unique and memorable experience – can also be arranged. For children, the camp offers a special program designed to teach kids to unlock the secrets of the African wilderness.