Bateleur Camp


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  • 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.

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A high quality tented camp evoking the style and elegance of a safari in the 1920s combined with modern day comforts.

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