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Maasai Mara safari camp in Kenya

Maasai Mara safari camp in Kenya

Live with a local Maasai tribe
From US $70 per person per night
Accommodation
Come stay at our Maasai Mara safari camp in Kenya in December and January.
Great Migration experience with the Maasai, Kenya

Great Migration experience with the Maasai, Kenya

Migration safari to Masai Mara and Wilderness Camp
From US $1,990 5 days ex flights
Tailor made
Kibale National Park campsite & guest house, Uganda

Kibale National Park campsite & guest house, Uganda

Stay with us and Explore crater lakes
From US $10 to US $110 per accommodation per night
Accommodation
Tanzania safari lodge, near Saadani National Park

Tanzania safari lodge, near Saadani National Park

Secluded luxury ecolodge on the beach just north of Saadani
From US $105 to US $235 per accommodation per night
Accommodation
Swaziland lodge accommodation

Swaziland lodge accommodation

Luxurious eco lodges on Lake Jozini in Swaziland
From R565 to R1,250 per person per night
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    I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
    Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
    Very enjoyable
    It was OK
    A bit disappointing really
    Maasai Mara safari camp in Kenya
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    US $70
    per person per night
    Memorable parts? Arriving in the village - the warmth of the welcome, the pleasure of staying in a manyatta (mud hut). Also the activities are wonderful - walks amongst the zebra, milking cows, firing bows and arrows, lighting fires. Really good fun!! Tips? I went for 4 nights - 2 in the camp and 2 in the village. The camp is great - paraffin lamps, good food and comfy beds. You can get the lie of the land and start to get to know your hosts. But don't miss out on staying in the village... (more)Helena Smith
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