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Maji Moto Eco Camp
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    Reviewed December 16, 2010

    've just returned from a month in Kenya, and of all the amazing places I stayed Maji Moto is the one that stands out. As soon as you arrive you realise this is just such an special place. The camps location overlooking the Loita plains provides the most amazing views that I don't think I could ever tire of. Our Masai guides, Sankale and Tomboy made us feel so welcome, walking with them through the open plains and learning about the nature of the area is an experience that will stay with me for a long time. Laughing round the camp fire about our Western ways (explaining that we buy packaged milk from the supermarket rather than visiting a cow) is also something I will always remember!

    After Maji Moto I continued onto the Masai Mara for some amazing game drives. I'm so glad that I took the time to visit Maji Moto first as it allowed me to appreciate a whole different side to Kenya and the Masai culture. The road to the Masai Mara is also pretty awful so Maji Moto is a prefect respite on route!

    Thanks again for an amazing stay, I will be back :)

    • Stayed: November 2010, traveled with friends
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    Reviewed December 11, 2010

    I will always remember Maji moto as long as i live.Truly it was an experience like no other.The camp had a setting of its own:it was in dramatic plains of Loita as well as a bushland and Savannah. All this was a striking backdrop for the wildlife...To begin with the Masai culture.The cultural walk to the nearby native Masai village was really educational and fun and interesting.One amazing fact is that the camp has also embraced the Masai culture by the style they camp was built in.This made me feel as if i was one of the Masai because i was also able to buy some of their clothes which i occasionally wore.The camp with its African style was blending into its surrounding very well.
    We had exciting game drives.As we drive through the breathtaking scenery,we saw unique wildlife .The landscape was also spectacular.As we explored the stunning terrain, i aws able to see why Kenya aws the hosts of the big five.All this seemed logic to our guide who was a masai too but to me it was all a new world but not a part of every day life.
    The camp had its own highly acclaimed chef who offered exciting cuisines with a blend of both local and international cuisines which were accompanied by wine.............. imagine taking wine in the wilderness!!!!!
    After the game drive, we had dinner which was set in a truly traditional style under the African night and entertainment was offered by the Masai. Believe me this people can really jump..We had a camp fire before going to our bed down in our serene safari tents.Around the fire, our guide told us alot of stories.
    Unfortunately, our stay came to an end.i couldn't believe that our 5 day stay was over yet deep down i felt and still feel there is more i could have experienced. And it is for this reason that i will be BACK AGAIN MAJI MOTO. I love you Kenya.....................................

    • Stayed: November 2010
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    Thank ToulouseOhanne
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    Reviewed December 10, 2010

    Maji Moto wow !!!

    What a fabulous place in Masai Mara, our trip was short but nevertheless enjoyable beyond our expectations. We had most knowledgeable masai driver / guide Mr Sukantet ( William). You need to have skills to drive over that terrain as we landed in Keerook and then drove to Maji Moto with 1 day stop over in JT Mara camp. He was great , filling us with stories about masai people , their life and taking us on our quest to see big 5 . He is also very knowledgeable about animal world ( ask for him if you have opportunity when booking with eyes on Africa) Maji Moto is special place indeed, set on top of the hill with fabulous views, we have enjoyed great food, great company , visited local school and evening dip in hot spring. Words cant describe this experience .. my husband motto now is “ Win lotto go to Maji Moto”, would return to enjoy hospitality and company of great guys we have met on our trip and with help of Neva and Roman being so organised and offering this experience to us, hopefully very soon.
    THANKS

    • Stayed: November 2010, traveled as a couple
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    Thank KAKE75
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    Reviewed September 25, 2010

    A really chilled out place with great people and views, a clean loo and shower. Some very photogenic masai's.

    • Stayed: August 2010
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    Thank pebbles28_10
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    Reviewed September 12, 2010

    At first glance it was difficult to understand why a scattering of bell tents on a windy, exposed knoll rising from the Great Rift Valley floor, run by a small group of Maasai traditionalists has such a popular reptation. However, after only a very short time, one realises that the subtle quality and environmentally sympathetic build of the camp, the mesmerising hospitality of Senkale Ole Ntutu and his team, and a location with panoramic views to die for, are the potent ingredients of a truly intoxicating recipe. Supported by top quality home cooking and a range of interesting and fun activities, there was never a dull moment at Maji Moto.
    During our two night stay we experienced the 'hospital' walk, savannah walk, fire lighting, and warrior training. Unfortunately the school was closed for holidays and so the Manyatta visit was not available. Thankfully, early afternoons were reserved for chill out time, although the temperature inside the tents could soar at this time of day. A champagne sundowner followed by a hot spring bathe under the stars was arranged by our guide, Dan, on our last night courtesy of our land agents Eyes On Africa.
    A big thank you to Senkale and his crew for an unforgettable experience and we wish him the best of luck and much profitability for his social improvement projects.

    • Stayed: August 2010, traveled with family
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