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Wow! We stayed 3 nights (far too short) a family of four. It felt like Out of Africa, the tents were beautifully furnished overlooking the plains filled with wildlife. We were treated like kings by attentive staff, brilliant chefs who cooked up delicious meals which...More
Response from CheliPeacockKenya, Manager at Elephant Pepper CampResponded August 17, 2014
Thank you for your kind review. We are so pleased that you enjoyed your stay with us. You are always welcome to come back!
Patrick and Sophie
We stayed at Elephant pepper camp for four nights. We are a family of 6 , our youngest 13.
It was a fabulous stay and we just loved the tented camp. It is amazing to sleep with the wildlife outside your door and to hear...More
Response from CheliPeacockKenya, Manager at Elephant Pepper CampResponded August 3, 2014
Dear Richard, Monica, Phillipa and family,
Thank you very much for your kind review. We are so happy that you chose to stay with us and enjoyed your time at Elephant Pepper Camp. You are very welcome back.
Patrick & Sophie
We stayed here for 3 nights and every day was amazing. Patrick is the most amazing host and shows genuine passion for his job- this camp genuinely feels like his home and that you are part of the 'bush family'. The staff are all amazing...More
Response from CheliPeacockKenya, Manager at Elephant Pepper CampResponded July 27, 2014
Thank you so much for your kind review. I am so pleased that you had such a great safari experience and look forward to welcoming you back again.
Warm regards, Patrick
EPC is located in Mara North Conservancy - By now the conservancies near the Masai Mara offer a much better game viewing experience than the Masai Mara itself. This conservancy is very private, just a few other vehicles. Then off course Elephant Pepper is a...More
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Response from CheliPeacockKenya, Manager at Elephant Pepper CampResponded June 23, 2014
Thank you for taking the time to post your review on Trip Advisor. Our endeavour, always, is to enhance our guests’ safari experience and we are delighted that Elephant Pepper Camp is part of your clients’ itineraries.
Kind regards, Patrick and Sophie
We arrived at he nearby airport and met our guide, George, We drove to the camp and looked for game along the way. The camp itself is situated in a lovely grove of trees with a beautiful meadow facing out the back. The common tent...More
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Response from CheliPeacockKenya, Manager at Elephant Pepper CampResponded June 9, 2014
Many thanks for submitting your kind review. We are so pleased that you enjoyed our time with us.
Warm regards, Patrick and Sophie
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Maasai Mara National Reserve
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Elephant Pepper Camp Hotel Maasai Mara National Reserve ,
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Hi , I was not a lone traveller but there were two lone travellers staying at the camp whilst we were there. I cannot speak highly enough of EPC having stayed in numerous other camps across Kenya and Tanzania. February is a... More
Hi , I was not a lone traveller but there were two lone travellers staying at the camp whilst we were there. I cannot speak highly enough of EPC having stayed in numerous other camps across Kenya and Tanzania. February is a great time to visit as it is not so busy , weather is great and if you like birds there are many additional migrant species to see who spend their winter in Africa. Book it , you wont regret your decision.
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