When people think of safari in Africa, a Kenya safari is the one that comes to mind. From the stampeding herds of the Mara to the cultures of the Maasai, Rendille and Samburu, and the Pink Flamingos of the Rift Valley Lakes against the backdrop of the majestic Mount Kenya. This is the original “Out of Africa” safari destination.
Nalepo Mara Lodge, located 7 miles from Mara Triangle, features a baggage storage, a safe deposit box and a carpark.
Olare Orok Conservancy is less than 12 miles away. Freeman Safaris lies near the property. It is 20 minutes by car from Mara Lodges airport.
Every room is furnished with satellite television, a storage and a work desk. Some rooms have views of the garden. Most rooms at this property come with a shower and toiletries.
At Nalepo Mara Lodge guests will find 24-hour reception, dry cleaning and room service.
Guests can chill out in an outdoor swimming pool.
Established in 1992, Mpata Safari Club is designed by the Japanese architect Edward Suzuki.
Choose any of our 12 Deluxe Rooms each with interlocking curves that separate the bedroom and bathroom before opening to the enticing veranda.
With emphasis on comfort and a unique combination of interior design.
EMBARK ON AN OTHERWORLDLY SAFARI
If luxury and private safari is what you long for, you’ll find both in abundance at Olarro. Sanctuaries for indulgence sitting within the Masai Mara region, our all inclusive luxury lodge retreats offer a truly exclusive experience of Kenya’s wildest lives.
With two different lodges on offer at Olarro, guests can choose between a secluded hilltop haven and a lodge meticulously planned to offer uninterrupted savannah views.
While each opulent outpost offers a very different perspective, both escapes promise privileged African safari views. Our luxury lodges lie within Olarro’s very own 20,000-acre wilderness – owned entirely by us, open only to our guests.