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This was our 5th visit to Bushtops, which is unheard of the only place in the world that we have been to more than twice. The standard and the staff of this camp make a winning combination. The tents if you can call them tents...More
The camp is located on a private conservancy and what fantastic game we saw as we arrived - cheetah, elephant and buffalo!! Our magical family tent had views over a salt lick and gave us constant thrills of spectacular sightings of animals. The tents are...More
Our second visit to Mara Bushtops was every bit as good as the first if not better. Whilst it was not the Migration we saw so much game and a great variety from our first trip. Black Rhino, four baby Cheetahs with their mother and...More
I admit it - I'm a Bushtops "junkie". This was my 3rd time at Mara Bushtops and I've also been at Serengeti Bushtops 3 times. On my visit last week, I was privileged to be able to share the fantastic new family tent which is...More
Mara Bushtops is perfect for a bit of luxury on your safari.
The tent (if you can call it that) was spacious, beautifully furnished with a view to die for.
Relax in your hot tub at the end of your game drive (the driver will...More
The camp sits in its own private conservancy which has impressive wildlife numbers. Pride of 14 resident Lion called the Bushtops pride, group of over 50 Resident Giraffe. A resident Leopard. If you go on the Bushtops... More
The camp sits in its own private conservancy which has impressive wildlife numbers. Pride of 14 resident Lion called the Bushtops pride, group of over 50 Resident Giraffe. A resident Leopard. If you go on the Bushtops website you’ll see info on there natural salt Lick they have in front of the restaurant. Attracts a lot of wildlife daily. The reserve is just under 30 minutes drive away. The conservancy is also home to a historical Maasai cave which is exclusive to Bushtops guests. There info on the cave excursion on the website too. It’s called the “Kakiya cave”