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I stayed here with my husband and another couple and we all really loved this camp! It is nestled right beside the mara river and you can fall asleep to the rushing river sounds. The staff is so warm and welcoming! They really made our...More
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Stayed at Mara Eden for 3 nights. Amazing experience in middle of nowhere, back to nature, surrounded by trees and next to a river, limited wifi. Feel so relaxed.
There are currently 10 tents. The tent is spacious and comfortable exceeding my expectations. Hot water...More
Very nice camp located in middle of the action, approach road is basically a Game drive/Safari.
Not luxurious but great service, hot water in morning and evening.
Good fresh meals.
Viewpoint up the hill amazing place to see sunset.
Would definitely recommend for the location...More
Great room with the sound of Mara river arousing all my senses, excellent and exceptional service and mouth watering food. Small camp that looks into every guests experience. Set up within the bushes calm and cool environ alerting your presence in the bush.
We loved this place - the setting is spectacular, the staff are super friendly and helpful, the tents are very comfortable. Sleeping to the sounds of grunting hippos, waking to the beautiful river and clean bush air. A unique experience we will remember always.
The water boilers were heated through the use of firewood as far as I saw - they stressed that if there is accidentally no hot water to just come tell them instead of settling for a cold shower. In my experience it was very... More
The water boilers were heated through the use of firewood as far as I saw - they stressed that if there is accidentally no hot water to just come tell them instead of settling for a cold shower. In my experience it was very dependable and not reliant on weather (though constant heavy rain might interrupt the firewood burning, I believe).