No visit to the Maasai Mara is complete without a safari in a hot air balloon, which can be booked in advance or at the camp immediately on your arrival. Setting off at dawn, gliding silently over the majestic savannah plains and capturing panoramic views of spectacular beauty is guaranteed as a 'once-in-a-lifetime experience'.
Kenya is home to 42 indigenous Tribes, of which the most famous surely are the Maasai. This nomadic, warrior tribe which once held vast swathes of pre colonial Kenya, still retain many of their traditions as they live largely unaffected by modern day civilization
Sundowners are a tradition in African bush safaris with a multitude of cocktails or your favourite drinks, watch the sun go down as you enjoy these magical and memorable moments.
We had an amazing safari holiday at Mara Olapa camp. It was a lifelong experience. The Camp accommodation was very comfortable with an imaginative layout.PV3000
This has been the best trip to Mara so far! Could not beat the service, game drives, and general hospitality. Staff are amazing - so friendly and always so willing to help. The drivers Moses and Jonathan are just incredible - their vision is something special. They all went above and beyond to make our trip just great for us. We will definitely be coming back! Hopefully soon!Shahsilma85
Good food, à la carte not like in the bigger camps buffet style food. For lunch they do not just make one of these awful sandwiches but salads which is great. The tents are clean, spacious and comfortable and everybody is ever so helpful. Highly recommendable.Blabla992017
Staff and service including the chef was just amazing. Coupled with the fact the location being in the famous double cross area famous for the enkunyai pride of lions and the 6 marsh boys together with the famous leopardess called kaboso. This camp is simply magicalHalpesh P