Salt Springs Mara Camp
Salt Springs Mara Camp is named for the Olotulo – emurt salt lick which the camp overlooks. It is perched high on a rocky hill with expansive views of the Mara River and the Mara plains. The camp is owned and operated by the Maasai community. its aim is to empower the community by giving local employment and providing space tor the women to sell their handmade artefacts.
There are 5 en-suite tents. All tents are decorated with bright Maasai fabrics, and have verandas with views of the salt lick and the animals that are attracted to it. The dining area has a large veranda on the cliff with panoramic views. Meals can be served in the dining area or in the guests’ tent. Continental style cuisine is served. The bar serves soft drinks, beers, wines and spirits.
Game drives in the Maasai Mara National Reserve are on offer. Bush breakfast and bush dinner can also be arranged. Game walks with Maasai moran and cultural visits to local Maasai villages are also available.
Sundowners and picnics can be provided. For a surcharge, a balloon safari can be arranged at a location not far from the camp. The camp is located on the Oloololo Escarpment, not tar from the Mara Rianta Bridge.
Salt Springs Mara Camp – Facilities
- Gift shop
- Game drives
- Game walks
- Visit to local villages
- Bush meals
- Full board
- Bed and Breakfast
- Half board
- Community development projects
- Credit cards