My friend Alex and I visited there last October.
We did not know what to expect so had no preconceived ideas. The camp was small, in amazing position looking out across the Loita plain. Our guide (Ledama/Ben) introduced us to the 5 Masai warriors who were our minders/guides and cooks who were friendly and helpful. walking with Kisea to Hippo and crocodile rocks gave a chance to see and understand the surroundings and some wildlife. The night drive was great fun and we saw lots of animals we never expected to see and the chance to bathe in the hot springs at night was amazing. Some of them spoke very good English and so we were able to learn a lot about their beliefs and culture. The food was good there was plenty of time for relaxation and talking round the camp fire. The warrior training was hilarious. The people were friendly and really nice. I wish them every success with this camp which was quite different to anywhere else we went in Kenya or Tanzania.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Maji Moto Eco Camp blends beautifully with the natural environment. All the facilities are built in a local Masai style with natural materials. There is no generator in the camp. We kept the thinks simple and traditional, with candles, lanterns and camp fire in the evening. Fresh food supplies are broth from Narok town with every arrival including fresh locally grown vegetables and fruits. All meals are prepared simply but delicious by a camp cook, blending traditional Kenyan and international cuisine. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Maji Moto Eco Camp Kenya/Maasai Mara National Reserve