Sala's Camp is inspired by the bygone days of the classic safari experience. Located in the peaceful southern Masai Mara, farther from the busier safari crowds, the peace of a classic excursion in Kenya marries with the luxury of a modern age.
Sala’s Camp is made up of a total of eight private tented accommodations. One of these tents is specifically set aside for families, featuring expanded space for up to four adventurers and its own private pool. Guests will also find an additional luxury tent with a private pool and an intimate honeymoon suite tucked away on its own, perfect for romantic occasions on safari. No matter the luxury tent chosen, en suite bathrooms come standard, complete with flush toilets and safari showers. Because Sala’s Camp hosts no more than 22 guests at a time, guests will indeed feel a sense of the blissful isolation and wild magic experienced by past safari pioneers, as if they are being hosted by the wilderness itself.
For those who wish to experience the natural phenomenon of the Great Migration, Sala’s Camp is in prime position. The banks of the Sand and Keekorok Rivers meet within the camp’s grounds, and just beyond their joining, the landscape spills into Tanzania. Within range is the Northern Corridor, the main route trod by millions of hooves each year, leading to traveling herds of wildebeest and plains game frequently active and on the move around camp. Game drives in the morning light bear witness to the first activity of the day, and afternoon explorations further peek into the wild routine of the animals just passing through, and those who call the area home year-round. The dedicated guides and rangers at camp lead guests on walking safaris near the river, looking for signs of activity and seeing the wilderness from a very different perspective.
When not out exploring time at camp is spent totally at leisure. Each tent is fitted with a hammock for napping, or for gazing out over the wild panorama. Chefs at Sala’s Camp prepare sumptuous meals, enjoyed together at main camp or packed up for a bush breakfast or sundowner. Hand-baked pastries and breads are on offer, as is the fully-stocked bar at main camp. A journey to Sala’s Camp is a classic safari that doesn’t skimp on comforts.Request Information