Maasai Simba Camp

This camp is in Merrueshi Group Ranch close to Kenya’s famous Amboseli National Park at the foot of Mountain Kilimanjaro (the highest free-standing mountain in Africa).

The camp boosts eight cottages and three Hemingway style tents each with its own private veranda. All the tents have a simple but elegant design and are beautifully furnished.

The cottages are made of volcanic rocks well as the floors are made of Mazera stones and with a thatch roof. The camp is a historical site formerly used by the Masai warriors for training.

It has been restored and made accessible for adventure travelers seeking to have authentic cultural and safari experience with the Masai. The entire camp is nestled under a canopy of indigenous acacia trees on the banks of Kiboko River.

Activities at the camp include; daily walking safaris led by the Masai warriors; bead -making lessons facilitated by Masai Women Co-operatives; a tour to local Masai villages, local schools and the village clinic; storytelling sessions by Masai elders around the bonfire and a vibrant Masai warrior dance held at the night before departure.

Guests will also have a great opportunity to go on a bird watching safari with English speaking guides.

Each morning at the camp starts with a safari walk into the bush with Masai warriors to guide the guests of which this program is suitable for people interested for experience beyond a typical safari.

A minimum of two consecutive nights at Masai Simba Camp is suggested in order for guests to get the most out of their visit. Facilities at the camp include; airport shuttle, indoor fireplace, laundry services, restaurant on premises, and parking on premises.