Staying at the Maji Moto camp was one of the best experiences I had in Kenya. All the the village people who worked there were so accommodating yet I still felt like they welcomed us into their every day living. The food was amazing and fresh. I never felt "scared" of what was being served. They cut fresh fruit, serve ginger tea and popcorn as snacks too. The managers knew our needs and honored the things we consider to be common sense like cleanliness and nourishment. They "get it" more than other "eco resorts" I've been to. Yet, I always felt like a member of the village there rather than a tourist. They just have it down! You have to go to see. Show up, and your eyes will tear up when you have villagers singing and dancing for you and loving it. Oh and get I mention there's hot springs....hot springs!!!
- Also Known As:
- Maji Moto Maasai Cultural Camp Kenya/Narok