Tribes Style: Delux
- Elegant tented suites
- View plains game from your private deck
- Attentive butler service
- Twice daily game drives plus bush walks
- Dine beneath a canopy of stars
- Seasonal viewing of the wildebeest migration
At Bateleur Camp you can experience the elegance of a bygone era, with antique furniture, polished wooden floors, leather sofas and soft lamp light setting the scene. Combine this with sweeping views over the Masai Mara and you have a truly magical place to stay on your Kenyan safari.
The tented suites are secluded, offering privacy whenever you want it. Rooms are very spacious, with seating areas and lavish en-suite bathrooms. Sit back on your private veranda and enjoy the special 'Out of Africa' views. Should you want for anything, your personal butler is a just call away, ready to offer assistance.
Activities include twice daily game drives, guided bush walks and night drives. You can also be able to visit a local village to spend time Maasai people, learn about their culture and day-to-day lives. While in camp there's time to relax in the lounge, catch up on some reading, sip a chilled drink and enjoy a cooling swim in the lap pool.
Meals are plentiful, starting with a breakfast of cooked eggs, tasty waffles, cold platters and fresh fruit. Lunch tends to be a light meal, leaving room for afternoon tea and cakes, while dinner is served by the camp fire. Your day is rounded off with a nightcap under the stars, as you prepare for sleep and look forward to the next day's adventures.
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Client Rating for Kenya 5/5 from 58 reviews
Bateleur Camp is a very good luxury safari camp. The staff are very welcoming and professional, and the guides knowledgeable and interesting to talk to. This is a matter of taste but I found the experience a little more like staying at a hotel than a camp - I felt slightly distant from the landscape and wildlife while in the camp itself, but the game drives were very good. Two members of staff deserve an extra-special mention. Milka Kerubo, the camp manager, was kind enough to have dinner with me a couple of times (as I was travelling alone) and told me fascinating stories about growing up in the Maasai culture. Wilson Naitoi was my guide for all the game drives and a guided walk, and was extremely knowledgeable and interesting to talk to.
The Tribes Foundation
Simply by booking with Tribes, you are making a difference. Every booking helps with The Tribes Foundation, the charity we back with admin and funds. Most clients give additional donations which we always put to very good use with one of the wildlife, environmental or social projects we support.
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