Big cat destination
Maasai guides
Budget friendly
Range of activities
No booking fees


Sekenani Camp is located six kilometers east of the main gate to the Maasai Mara reserve. It is built in the riverine forest that surrounds the source of the Sekenani River.

Famed for its biodiversity, the Masai Mara National Reserve is a treasure trove for wildlife seekers. From the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra from July-October, the excellent residents of big cats (who don’t migrate), the excellent birding, elephants, the beautiful Maasai people and the mesmerising sunrises & sunsets. The Masai Mara is not one to miss on your next bucketlist adventure!


Low Season: 1 March – 14 June, 1 November – 21 December
Shoulder Season: 2 January – 28 February, 15 – 30 June, 16 September – 31 October
High Season 1 July – 15 September (Peak Season 22 December – 1 January)


The camp accommodation comprises of fifteen well-appointed tents, each with a full-length bathtub. The tents are separated from the restaurant and bar by a suspension bridge across the Sekenani River, and in such a way to ensure complete privacy.

Each tent was carefully sited such that from no tent can one see any other tent. This approach to privacy has earned Sekenani Camp a reputation for being one of the most romantic destinations and accommodation in the Maasai Mara.

The public areas are in a large tent-like structure with canvas sides which are rolled up during the day. In the evenings a campfire on the veranda is the focal point for guests who enjoy drinks and exchange stories before dinner. There’s also internet access available!


Game viewing is the primary reason and one of the activities for most people to visit the reserve. However, many people also enjoy going for a bush walk escorted by Maasai Guides. The hills behind the camp are the highest in all of the Mara and the view of the surrounding country side is simply spectacular.

There are also bush dinners and sun downers which can be pre-arranged as per clients’ needs. Balloon Safaris and a visit to Maasai village can also be organized.

Optional activities available to book;

  • Sundowner $30 per person
  • Private dinner $50 per person
  • Bush breakfast or dinner $40 per person (Minimum 4 Pax)
  • Hot air balloon flight $475 per person
  • Visit to Masai village $30 per person (payable locally)


Children sharing with 2 parents;
2yrs and below – free
2yrs – 12yrs sharing with parents – 50% of nightly rate


Sekenani Camp has been recognized by the Eco Tourism Society of Kenya and other environmental agencies for its continuous effort to maintain a pristine environment and to have the minimum possible impact in the course of its operations.


Low Season
  • per person sharing, inclusive
Shoulder Season
  • per person sharing, inclusive
High Season
  • per person sharing, inclusive

Low Season: 1 March – 14 June, 1 November – 21 December
Shoulder Season: 2 January – 28 February, 15 – 30 June, 16 September – 31 October
High Season 1 July – 15 September (Peak Season 22 December – 1 January


  • Accommodation
  • Airstrip transfers from Keekorok Airstrip
  • All meals with a soft drink
  • All game-drives
  • Pricing in US Dollars


  • International airfare
  • Visas and other entry costs
  • Travel insurance
  • PCR testing for your journey home (if applicable)
  • Personal expense such as extra drinks/food on transfers, phone calls, curio shop purchases
  • Gratuities for your tour driver/guide, waiters/staff at accommodations
  • Ground transfers or flights from Nairobi available and will be quoted
  • Optional activities: Balloon Safari $450 per person, Safari walk $30 per person
  • Optional extensions available in Diani Beach, Zanzibar and other safari destinations

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