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C14 Kerekorok - Siria Escarpment Masai Mara Reserve-, Masai Mara National Reserve 00621 Kenya
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#5 of 12 hotels in Masai Mara National Reserve
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Mara Siria Bush Camp is a specially designed tented bush camp for those travellers who want to experience a true wildlife safari off the beaten track. Mara Siria Camp reverts to the original spirit and to the true meaning of “Safari” by offering individual services and private atmosphere. The camp's location on top of the Siria Escarpment offers a unique and stunning view into the plains of the Maasai Mara Triangle and at the Mara River.
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English, German, Swahili


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C14 Kerekorok - Siria Escarpment Masai Mara Reserve-, Masai Mara National Reserve 00621 Kenya
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Markus wrote a review Feb 2021
Frankfurt, Germany178 contributions56 helpful votes
It was an unforgettable experience. Breathtaking views. Lydia, the manager is such a nice an friendly person like all the other staff members. Food was excellent and the tents were in a very good condition and cozy. The whole camp feels like Africa at its best.
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Date of stay: February 2021
Response from iris schulz, Marketing at Mara Siria Camp
Responded 19 Feb 2021
Dear valued client. Thank you for taking your time to write us a review. We are very glad to learn that you enjoyed your trip and had an amazing time with us. We invite you to stay with us again in the future. Many thanks.
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Jade T wrote a review Jan 2021
Chiang Mai Province, Thailand11 contributions5 helpful votes
This is an amazing experience, a once-in-a-lifetime activity! The trip started with a flight in a small plane, that took only one hour to reach the camp. The trip by plane itself was a great experience as you could admire the landscape by the window and you feel as a private guest in such a small plane. Jacob, my driver and guide was waiting for me on arrival at the airstrip with a bottle of fresh water. On the way to the camp, we already saw zebras, elephants, giraffes! I was welcomed in the camp by Lydia with a delicious and refreshing juice. She explained to me the rules of the camp: you can go wherever you want during daytime but you should stay in your tent at night and only come out accompanied by a guard, as animals roam freely in the camp. Afterthat I discovered my tent: a luxurious accomodation with a very nice bed, a full bathroom and nicely decorated. You even have a box with a lock to keep your things and a small table camp and seat if you wish to write down your adventures at the end of the day! The camp is an eco-lodge so hot water is to be supplied on request on a daily basis. There is electricity in both the bathroom and room but you should light it only when needed. Otherwise there is also a small light near the bed if you want to read in the evening. I had a fabulous lunch (small pizza, fish, pasta, fresh veggies) and off I left with the driver for the excursion! Jacob was an excellent guide and driver: on the first afternoon we already saw a rhinoceros, lions sunbathing, and of course antilopes, topis, elephants, giraffes, hyenas, jackals etc. I was short of breath as this really is an incredible experience: animals go around absolutely free, they pass near your car or in front of it and they don't mind your presence, they are just looking around to hunt or giving signals to their peers. Jacob is an encyclopedia on animals and, as a Masai himself, he can explain a lot about the area, how Masai people cohabit with animals etc. His sight is impressive, I used binoculars but nevertheless he could see farther bared-eyes than I could with my binoculars. He is always happy to stop in order to let you take pictures, and tries to get the best angle possible for you to see animals. He also explained the flora, the trees and the flowers surrounding the savannah. Dinner back at the lodge was delicious, restaurant-type with "profiteroles" for dessert! To be noted the impressive terrasse with a breathtaking view on the Mara triangle area, the river and the horizon far away. The next day was a full game drive day. Jacob took me to see hippos and crocodiles as well near the river. We had a great picnic lunch in the middle of the savannah. He drove me up to the border with Tanzania. We saw a few lions roaming around looking for shade. We even spotted a cheetah in the afternoon who was lazingly having a rest in the high grass. We drove in the savannah for the whole day and I was very happy to enjoy a nice shower and delicious meal on arrival in the evening. Mamboshi the guard was very careful to join me whenever I needed to go out for dinner in the evening. Moses helped at the dinner and I am grateful for Sarah who put a bottle of hot water in my bed for the night, as evenings can be chilly, Masai Mara being up to 1.500 meters high. I cut my phone for my whole stay and enjoyed every bit of it. However, if needed there is wifi access in the camp. The last day, we left at 6 am to enjoy a game drive before leaving to the airstrip. It was amazing seeing the sunrise on the savannah. We packed breakfast and had it in the savannah. We saw again antilopes, giraffes and elephants on the way to the airstrip. I felt nostalgic to leave Masai Mara though I only spent two nights there. It is an amazing trip I would recommend to anyone! A family with kids were staying in the same camp and they enjoyed their time as well. I guess that the unfortunate time of covid-19 pandemic also made us lucky to have few cars roaming around the park, so it was a breathtaking trip without many tourists around.
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Date of stay: January 2021
Katfinnigan wrote a review Jan 2021
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We had an absolutely wonderful stay at Mara Siria! We stayed 4 nights at this tented camp and loved every minute of it. The tents themselves are clean and comfortable and come with spectacular views of the Mara, but nothing really beats the experience of waking up to giraffes and zebras hanging out, munching on the greenery just outside your "door." But what makes Mara Siria a truly fantastic place to stay is their amazing staff. The food is also SO GOOD, thanks to Ruth who prepared amazing meals (3 course meals at the camp, and fantastic packed breakfasts and lunches during game drives). Lydia and Joel took excellent care of us while we were at the camp and taught us a little bit about their respective languages and cultures (Nwega!!). Jacob, our phenomenal guide helped make sure our game drives were always a success (despite some rain and a little bit of chilly weather) - with him, we saw all the "Big 5", including the elusive leopard (and rhinos twice!). All in all, this is the best place to stay and experience all the Mara has to offer and I would absolutely recommend it!
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Room Tip: Tent #5 had spectacular views!
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Shally Achola wrote a review Sep 2020
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My companion and I were staying at the camp for a period of Four days and three nights and we were extremely happy with the outcome. Lydia was the first person we interacted with and she was simply marvelous for the entire duration of our stay. The staff was super attentive and quick to respond. The game drives were also excellent and the food though limited in choice was amazing as well. I would definitely want to stay there again. If for nothing but the view from the camp!!!!
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Oliver wrote a review Sep 2020
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Wonderful camp at a wonderful place! Close to nature with excellent guides (Eric!!!). Highly recommended! You have the river Mara near with all the animals you can dream of! Its an ecofriendly camp with tents in which you feel like Ernest Hemingway...
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled solo
US$299 - US$600 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Mara Siria Camp
What are some of the property amenities at Mara Siria Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Mara Siria Camp?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and a snack bar during their stay.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Mara Siria Camp?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does Mara Siria Camp have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Mara Siria Camp offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Mara Siria Camp?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Swahili.