There are three camps in Kenya owned by the same company, and Tipilikwani is one of them. As with Elephant Bedroom Camp, the tents are large with very comfortable beds. The bathrooms are also very roomy, and there is plenty of hot water for a shower. You can also charge your phone, iPad, etc. right in your room. The hot water bottle to warm up the bed on a cool evening is very nice. Service is wonderful. My bed was turned down when I returned from my game drive, and the hot water bottle was in my bed when I returned from dinner. The food was wonderful. I never thought I would experience a weight gain while on safari, but varied breakfast offerings, three course lunches and the dinners as well were hard to resist. With menu items as varied as caprese salad to velvet chocolate mousse with raspberry glace, there were definitely many tempting selections at each meal. One day I asked the chef if he could prepare a "typically" Kenyan item for me that evening, and he supplied a delicious side that was not a listed menu option. On a Friday evening, a surprise treat was entertainment provided by some of the local Maasai men. They danced and jumped much to my delight. In fact, George and the chef, who are also Maasai, ended up joining in as did two children who were guests at dinner.
- Also Known As:
- Tipilikwani Masai Mara Camp Hotel Maasai Mara National Reserve
- Tipilikwani Masai Mara Camp Hotel
- Tipilikwani Masai Mara Camp Kenya/Maasai Mara National Reserve