Entim Camp is a luxury tented safari camp situated on the edge of the riverine woodlands that overlook the Mara River. From its prime location inside the heart of the Masai Mara National Reserve, Entim Camp guests can witness the wildlife drama of thousands of wildebeest crossing the crocodile-infested Mara River right from the comfort of the veranda of their tent.

Highlights
  • 12 luxury, en-suite safari tents overlooking the Mara River
  • Sweeping views of expansive plains against the distant backdrop of the Rift Valley escarpment
  • Located in the heart of the game-rich Masai Mara National Reserve
  • In July and August, thousands of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle congregate on the banks of the Mara River right by Entim Camp and make their way back in October
  • From February to April, predators such as lion and hyena compete for prey

Entim Camp's ideal location along the Mara River affords guests the opportunity to watch the greatest wildlife show on earth - the migration of over a million wildebeest, zebra, and antelope from the Serengeti in neighbouring Tanzania into the Masai Mara between July and October - from the comfort and privacy of their verandah.

Luxury tented safari camp in the heart of the Masai Mara

Raised on wooden decks overlooking the Mara River, Entim Camp's 12 luxury twin- or double bed, en-suite tents with flush-toilets and hot water showers are furnished in soft, earthy tones. Each tent has a cozy lounge area that walks out onto a private veranda which is shaded by the dense surrounding riverine woodland. The safari camp also has a tranquil guest lounge cum library, a separate bar, and a dining area which has a river-facing verandah so guests can enjoy watching the coming and going of game while they dine al fresco.

Front-row seats to Mara River crossings

Tucked into dense woodland on a bend of the Mara River, Entim Camp lies close to several major crossing points in the Mara River. Its superb location in the heart of the Masai Mara National Reserve allows guests to witness the Great Migration of hundreds of thousands of wildebeest as they attempt the river crossing over several months each year from the comfort of their verandah. At night, guests are lulled to sleep by the call of the wild - the snorting of gnus, grunting of hippos, the chattering of hyenas, and roaring of lions.

Spectacular, uncrowded game viewing opportunities

Entim Camp's superb location in the heart of the Masai Mara means that guests are often first on the scene at wildlife sightings. Guests staying at other safari camp accommodation in the surrounding area and conservancies have to first drive long distances in order to enter the national reserve and then cover even more distance before they get to a chance to see the animals the Mara is famous for. They also need to start making their way towards the gates before they close at 18h30 while Entim Camp guests can linger longer.

Sunrise and sunset are times when Entim Camp guests, guided by knowledgeable Maasai driver-guides, get to witness the Masai Mara's most important and dramatic wildlife events, often without other safari vehicle traffic around. Big Five - elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino - sightings along with cheetah and serval are common and the savanna teems with plains game such as wildebeest, zebra and many other types of antelopes.

Entim Camp I Masai Mara

Entim Camp game drives in Maasai Mara National Park.

Getting there

By road - Entim Camp is approx. 300 km away from Nairobi and it takes about six and a half hours to get there by car. Please ask us to arrange a road transfer for you.

By air - Ol Kiombo Airstrip is 25 minutes away from the Entim Camp. You will be met at the airstrip on arrival and taken to camp. Luggage allowance is 15 kg per person (soft luggage only). Air Kenya, Safari Link, and FLY540 all service the Masai Mara with daily scheduled flights. Please feel free to contact us for further details.

Our take on Entim Camp

Kenya's Masai Mara is synonymous with some of Africa’s most spectacular wildlife viewing, and one of the best things about Entim Camp is its unrivaled location in the heart of the action. From the welcoming service of the helpful and friendly staff to the Mara River facing luxury safari tents where guests can witness migration crossings without leaving their verandah, Entim Camp is a fantastic all-year-round safari destination choice.

Includes
  • Accommodation and all meals
  • Soft drinks, beers, house wines
  • WiFi
  • Shared game drives in the Maasai Mara National Reserve
Excludes
  • Park fees
  • Gratuities
  • Anything of a personal nature
  • Cellar wines, premium spirits, or champagne
  • Bush breakfasts and bush dinners
  • Cultural visits
  • Hot air balloon safari
  • Private guide
You may also want to look at
Feature 6 day masai mara wildlife safari entim camp masai mara kenya
6 Day Masai Mara Wildlife Safari
6 days
From
$2,300
£2,300
€2,300
R2,300
pp sharing

This affordable 6-Day Masai Mara Wildlife Safari takes you on the journey of a lifetime to one of the best game viewing areas in East Africa. Our scheduled, small-group safari is fully-guided and overnights in a luxury tented safari camp that is located in the heart of the Masai Mara National Reserve on the edge of riverine woodlands that overlook the Mara River. Speak to us about custom departure dates (at an additional cost). To avoid disappointment, be sure to book early!

Maasai Mara Reserve
Maasai Mara National Reserve

The Maasai Mara, Kenya. Also sometimes written as the Masai Mara. It's said that you won't find a greater abundance of game anywhere in Africa, as you will in Kenya's Maasai Mara National Park. Apart from the Big Five, the reserve is home to an incredible variety of wildlife in large numbers; like the annual wildebeest migration, involving over 1.5 million animals.

Africa Travel Guide Serengeti Migration Area Tanzania Giraffes Looking On
Serengeti Migration Area

The Greater Serengeti Migration Area refers to a huge area that incorporates a number of national parks, including Serengeti and the Ndutu region of Ngorongoro. Vast plains, rolling hills, volcanic mountains and forested areas make for breath-taking scenery. Add to that abundant wildlife and the annual circular migration through the region of millions of wildebeest, zebra, antelope and their predators, and you have the perfect safari setting.

Share