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Mara Plains Camp
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Mara Plains Camp



Mara Plains Camp

  • Cooking Classics
  • Traditional safari camp

Rates and services

Fully inclusive

terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included

Our commitments

In the morning, the Savannah rustles to the growls of big cats and in the distance, a herd of zebras approach a waterhole. For the Mara Plains Camp this region, beating to Nature’s drum, is a world treasure to be preserved at all costs.

As a member of the Great Plain Conservation, Mara Plains Camp has certain responsibilities: preserving one of the last pockets of wilderness in Africa, protecting big cats and other animals from the Savannah and supporting local communities. At Mara Plains Camp guests are accommodated with this in mind: the tents blend into the natural environment without disturbing its beauty and the simple food is prepared using local products. Here, plant and animal life reign supreme and protecting endangered species is a priority. A fine approach to responsible tourism, in partnership with the neighbouring Maasai families.

Benjamin Maritim

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Holly Brown & Ben Porter

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