David Livingstone Safari Resort

This lodge is situated along the meandering Mara River and it is an oasis of peace and tranquility in the world’s famous Masai Mara.

The facility boosts 82 en-suite rooms all with spectacular views of the Mara River, where the annual migration of Wildebeests passes to penetrate through the Masai Mara Reserve.

The rooms are decorated in vibrant local style with bright fabrics and rugs whereby the thick beams support the thatched roofs and on those chilly nights after long hot days, guests find the comforting surprise of a hot water bottle slipped between their sheets during dinner.

The rooms are firmly furnished with twin or double beds, hot showers and flush toilets plus private verandahs.

Guests to the resort will get a perfect satisfaction. It is nestled on concessional land on 4 shimmering hippo pools with a resident population of over 200 hippos and many crocodiles thus being a suitable facility to experience Masai Mara.

The facility’s main restaurant serves a Champagne breakfast daily as you watch the hippo play well as lunch and dinner are also served here. Picnic lunches, bush dinners and barbeques are set up in the middle of the vast African wilderness almost anywhere in the Masai Mara.

The cuisine is an international fusion of fine dining from the world over and freshly prepared with the finest Kenyan ingredients.

Almost all vegetables, fruit and meat are organic and purchased fresh from small farms around Naivasha and Narok where the fertile volcanic soil of the Rift Valley nurtures them with nutrition and minerals.

The resort boosts to have one of the best stocks of wine in the Masai Mara and constantly thrive to improve it.

Wines of the world such as; American, Australian, Chilean, Spanish, French, Italian, Kenyan and South African wines to compliment your every meal as well more to take home with you are available.

Diners can see a variety of hippos cross the river from their tables as they sit down to first class meals prepared by the international chefs. At all times of the year, five families of hippos spend their days basking in the deep pools below the bar and restaurant.

Activities there include; safari nature walks with a resident naturalist who will take you along the Mara River where you will see an amazing variety of bird species and insect life as well as all the flora of the entire area and its many medicinal uses.

Game Drives with guides who are all members of the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association on 4 wheel drive game drive vehicles, Balloon safaris and visits to Masai village to enjoy the amazing Masai culture.