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Maji Moto Maasai Cultural Camp

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Nairobi
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I have mixed emotions/feelings about Maji Moto. It offered a very unique experience (manyatta accommodation and hot springs, evening bonfires) in the wild. I enjoyed the peace and quiet of the camp and the treks/walks with Koila, Meeri and Fosti. They were most welcoming and accommodating. I however feel that more can and should be done about the meals. The...

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Cincinnati, Ohio, United States
Reviewed 1 February 2017

We stayed at Maji Moto from December 27th thru January 2nd of 2016/17. My wife and I can't say enough incredible things about this stay. It started with Salaton and his best friend Chris picking us up themselves in Nairobi and driving us back to the Maji Moto village. After the very warm welcome from some of the village people...

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Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 17 January 2017

Great experience and gives a great feel to be close to the people. All very clean and sleeping in the local huts is amazing. The shower with water from a hot water well is also special. Food is good and all the walks is really special. Making fire, sitting around the fire talking. Not sure everybody will enjoy it so...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 11 January 2017

I stayed Dec 2016 for 4 jights and it was ine of the most humbling and enriching trips I habe ever had. Merrie and the rest of the team were amazing. I was a solo traveller and I was the only guest but I had an amazinf time seeing and experiencingnhow they lived. We went hiking to thr loita hills...

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Santa Barbara, California
Reviewed 2 May 2016

My fiance and I recently spent a couple days at Maji Moto and actually had a wedding ceremony with Salaton and some of the local community. This was our first trip to Africa and spending time here was one of our major highlights. If you want an authentic experience, this is a MUST! There are a lot of fake Maasai...

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Nairobi, Kenya
Reviewed 17 December 2015

A very warm welcome- good food- nice and comfy rustic rooms built with local materials- eco-friendly- amazing hospitality and great walking, hiking opportunities! The hosts were all very nice - and Chief Salaton leading by wonderful example- the singing and chanting around the fireplace at night are unforgettable.

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Berkeley, California
Reviewed 29 November 2015

This an exceptional cultural and travel experience. The arrangements were absolutely perfect from the moment we stepped off the plane in Nairobi to the moment we were transported back to the airport one week later. The acitivities, people, experiences, lodging could not have been more excellent. The week was indeed mind altering, and we cannot recommend highly enough the visit...

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Doha, Qatar
Reviewed 20 November 2015

It is rare to experience life in a global community, where, despite vast differences between cultures, resources and histories – one finds sincere human-to-human connection. I experienced this connection at Masai Moto. I was restored by deep sleeps in an exquisitely simple hut with a wooden shutter that I opened each morning to allow the wind to clear my dreams....

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Doha, Qatar
Reviewed 10 November 2015

This review is long overdue but Maji Moto Maasai Cultural Camp has been on my mind and in my heart for months now. My friend and I had a wonderful experience at this camp making it a highlight of our time in beautiful Kenya. We spent five days as guests at this camp and enjoyed every second. Salaton, Meeri, Rose,...

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Bungoma, Kenya
Reviewed 2 November 2015

The best thing that can happen for a traveler like me is to arrive somewhere and find a family. That's pretty much happened in the Maji Moto Cultural Camp. My big brother (olalashe) Salaton, Susan, Baba Queila, Meeri, Nasieko and all the guys made me really feel like being part of the Maasai family during my stay as a volunteer....

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  • Breakfast included
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  • Breakfast included

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Address: PO Box 547, Narok 20500, Kenya
Region: Kenya > Rift Valley Province > Narok
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“traditional huts, good view of the hills”
 of 5 bubbles maciopara, 1 Nov 2015 | Read review
“All the rooms are clean and cozy.”
  • Sunrise over the Loita Plains just a few hundred feet from my room.
 of 5 bubbles ALittleAdrift, 1 Nov 2015 | Read review
“stay in the huts, check the weather before you pack (it can get cold at night), and bring flashlights.”
 of 5 bubbles Alan_WMountVernon_NY, 6 Jul 2014 | Read review
“The accommodations are very rustic,similar to the living quarters of the Maasai people.If you need modern western style accommodation this is not the place.”
 of 5 bubbles 671cynthiac, 11 Oct 2013 | Read review
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