No other Masai Mara safari lodge has such a spectacular view of the surrounding landscape than Mara Serena Safari Lodge.
It is on this very terrain where the great wildebeest migration takes place, when millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle traverse the landscape to feed on rich new grass and give birth to their young calves.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is home to gazelle, wildebeest, zebra, giraffe, elephant, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, the legendary black-manned lion and many more.
It stands center-stage to one of Africa?s most dramatic wildlife arenas and has a ringside seat for the greatest wildlife show on Earth, the legendary migration of the wildebeest.
Drawing its inspiration from the traditional Maasai cultural motif of a cluster of domed, mud-coloured huts encircled by a ?Boma? of brushwood, the Mara Serena offers a rare blend of raw African splendour and sumptuous sophistication.
The essentially ethnic d?cor also draws on a vibrant colour-palette of sun-burst colours, embellished by a unique selection of Maasai art to create the look and feel of a traditional bush encampment.
The wide-spaced and secluded rooms have been sensitively designed so as to blend seamlessly into the landscape whilst offering magnificent Mara-vistas from their private verandas.
The interiors are individually styled in exuberant African colours reminiscent of Maasai art whilst also providing a relaxing haven after a hard day in the bush.
Guest rooms configuration:
1 presidential suite
20 double rooms (king size beds)
53 twin rooms
8 interconnecting rooms
All rooms feature:
Spacious bathrooms with shower & bath
A traditional safari-styled dining room
Breakfast by the Hippo Pool
Bush Dinners & Sundowners
Laundry/ valet services
Baby sitting services & Children?s Menus/Dining on request
Full medical back-up and emergency evacuation facilities
Beauty therapy and massage services
Large ?Hippo? swimming pool
Full Business & Conference Organization Service/ Facilities
Africana gift shop
Wide range of board games
Balloon safaris followed by Champagne Breakfast cooked and served in the bush
Visits to a traditional Maasai manyatta (village)
Nightly entertainment- musicians, maasai dancer, wildlife films and talks.