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Kempinski opens Masai Mara tented camp

Kempinski Hotels has opened the doors (or rather tent flaps) to its all-inclusive Olare Mara Kempinski, Masai Mara Tented Camp. As the company’s first property in Kenya, the Camp is located in the Olare Orok Conservancy Masai Mara, a one-hour flight from Nairobi or 90 minutes from Mombasa. The Masai Mara is a large game reserve that stretches 580 square miles and rises 1,500 to 2,170 metres above sea level. The terrain is primarily grassland and forest with clumps of distinctive acacia trees. Famous for the abundance of lions, the great wildebeest migration and the homeland of the Masai people, the Camp will allow guests to experience Africa at its finest. “Adventure in the Masai Mara is the latest Kempinski experience we’re proud to offer sophisticated travellers,”said Reto Wittwer, CEO and President, Kempinski Hotels. “Exceptional scenery, intimate dining and the opportunity to interact with nature can all be enjoyed, together with Kempinski’s style, comfort and service.”Accessible via twice daily air transfer on Air Kenya or Safarilink from Nairobi and one daily flight from Mombasa, Olare Mara Kempinski is hidden in a grove of woodland on the banks of the Ntiakitiak River and accommodates a total of maximum 24 guests at any one time. Each tent is furnished in the classic style of the grand African safaris with four-poster or twin beds, outdoor and indoor showers with oversized old-fashioned claw foot bathtub and a teak deck spread over 80 square metres. One of the tents even features its own plunge pool. Designed for active adult travellers, the Camp presents a wide variety of on-site and off-site activities including game drives in 4X4 Land cruisers with knowledgeable safari guides, night safaris, escorted bird, game and nature walks, Masai village visits, bush breakfast at the hippo pool or early morning balloon safaris over the Masai Mara National Reserve. All trackers, rangers and guides have a minimum of Bronze Level KSPGA qualification. The recommended itinerary includes a three-night/four-day stay to allow guests to take in the excitement of the Masai Mara while giving ample time to relax. Packages offered are all-inclusive starting with airstrip transfers, full board including beverages, two game drives per day and conservancy fees starting from $435 per night p.p. (double occupancy). (http://www.kempinski.com)

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