Julia’s River Camp

This exclusive tented camp is tucked on a sleepy bend of the Talek River in the midst of the Masai Mara’s endless savannah thus being a better and convenient place to start your safari.

With this impressive and spectacular location of the camp on the river assures a view to an abundance of wildlife without even leaving the camp such as; elephants, lions, wildebeests and buffaloes among others.

These animals are usually seen at the river as they go there to drink some water. All of the camp’s tents are nestled along the banks of the Talek River only few feet from the river and sit on their own elevated wooden platform offering privileged views.

With a total of 28 tents, the camp has 3 separate camps to choose from which include; Hippo Camp, Buffalo Camp and VIP Camp and each of them comprise of its own unique characteristics and charm.

The facility’s three spacious Mess Tents provide the perfect setting for enjoying delicious meals which will be prepared by the camp’s talented chef as well as offering a great space to relax and unwind in after a long day safari.

The dining area can be set up to accommodate the different guest parties who stay at the camp (maximum 12 tents in Hippo and Buffalo camps, and maximum 4 in VIP) and will only be shared with other guests of the same camp.

However, the camp also serves meals in the outdoor areas such as; breakfast as you watch the sun rising or lunch under the shade of a tree by the riverside, that is if you don’t decide to stay out all day on safari, and in that case, the camp can organize a packed lunch for you.

The chill-out zone has comfortable chairs and cushions and has a library area which guests are free to use. The camp offers a communal plug point where guests can charge up their cameras, laptops, mobile phones and others.

There is a bar at the camp serving a selection of drinks ranging from alcoholic to non-alcoholic drinks.

To finish off the evening, guests can go for the camp fire accompanied by relaxing conversation and the sounds of the African night under a rich mantle of twinkling stars.